May 16, 2021
In 1993, when he was 18, Randall Menges had consensual sex with two other teenage boys at a camp in Idaho.
Menges was charged by state prosecutors with “crimes against nature” — a charge since ruled unconstitutional that was used to prosecute people who engaged in sodomy or oral sex — and served seven years in prison, according to federal court documents. When he was released, he was placed on the sex offender registry in Idaho and then in Montana, where he later moved.
On Tuesday, a federal