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They hooked up later that month in Johnson's dorm room, where, the student said, Johnson told him he was "clean." He gave Johnson a blow job. He wanted bareback sex, he said, because Johnson was "huge," "only my third black guy," and — as he said Johnson told him yet again — "clean."The student said he has barebacked with multiple "friends and ex-boyfriends," situations in which "we trusted each other.Clearly, failing to tell one's sexual partners that one has HIV is irresponsible and unethical.But even if that's what Johnson did, he is hardly the only one keeping such information to himself.And I got mad at him, and then he got mad at me for getting mad, and then he said, ' I gotta go.'"That same day, Oct.10, Johnson was pulled out of his class and led away in handcuffs by the St. He was later charged with one count of "recklessly infecting another with HIV" and four counts of "attempting to recklessly infect another with HIV," felonies in the state of Missouri. His lawyer, public defender Heather Donovan, allowed Buzz Feed to interview Johnson in jail with her present, under the condition that he not answer questions about his case.
Indeed, the community around Johnson — his sexual partners, many of his fellow students, and his university — turned a blind eye to HIV until it had the perfect scapegoat: a gay, hypersexual, black wrestler with learning disabilities who went by the nickname Tiger Mandingo.