In January 1993, thirty-one-year-old Michael Crane entered a tanning salon in Johnson County, Kansas and exposed himself to the nineteen-year-old female attendant. Thirty minutes later, he entered a nearby video store and waited for all of the customers to leave. Once the store was empty, Crane exposed himself to the twenty-year-old female clerk, threatened to rape her, grabbed her by the back of the neck, and demanded that she perform oral sex on him. He then suddenly and abruptly stopped the attack and ran out ofthe store.
Georgia S. Hamilton,
The Blurry Line Between "Mad" and "Bad": Is "Lack-of-Control" a Workable Standard for Sexually Violent Predators?,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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