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Adultery rules unfair to heterosexuals, says Officer

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On Monday, a United States Air Force officer made a unique argument in military court: attorneys for Air Force Colonel Eugene Caughey said that his adultery charges should be dropped because the United States Military defines adultery as sex between a man and a woman, which would exclude homosexual extramarital sex. Colonel Caughey made the argument in hopes that it would dismiss the six charges of adultery that have been brought against him at the Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado. A military history expert at Yale university said that this it the first time a sexual orientation argument has been made to attempt to shut down military adultery charges.