The page displays tweets concerned with a man who knowingly spread AIDS and was convicted by a Missouri court and sentenced to sixty years in prison for separate occurrences served concurrently that may be reduced to thirty years. The tweets are mostly by LGBT activists who find the Missouri law stunted.
Writing for Buzzfeed, Steven Thrasher describes the state’s case against Johnson as one shot through with dated, unreliable science from an era in which we did not fully understand HIV as well as high-strung emotions. During his days as a competitive athlete Johnson often used the stage name “Tiger Mandingo,” an identity that he would often use on the hookup apps that he used to meet men.The man was a high school wrestler with a body of death. Literally. He had sex with somebody and then told them later that he is HIV+. Later other of his sex partners came forward, one who has contracted HIV. Johnson's home videos didn't help his case.
They all wanted raw sex, assuming an unaffected partner. The one who contracted HIV would be active with men besides Johnson. Without delving into details of the case it does not follow that Johnson necessarily infected the man.
Groenweghe, with the final word, said this case was worse than the murder cases he’s tried, because a murder ended when “someone is hit by a bullet and died.” But HIV, Groenweghe argued, has “an agenda” to “make as many copies of itself as it possibly can.” In Johnson, the virus “could not have had a more accommodating host,” who had unprotected sex with “one young man after another.”