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physical  vigor  of  a  person  is  also  considered maiming. The disfigurement, diminishment of vigor, or destruction  or  disablement  of  any  member  or organ  must  be  a  serious  injury,  one  of  a  sub- stantially  permanent  nature.  However,  the  offense is  complete  if  such  an  injury  is  inflicted,  even though the victim may eventually recover the use of the member or organ or the disfigurement may be  cured  by  surgery. Art.  125.  Sodomy (a)  Any  person  subject  to  this  code who  engages  in  unnatural  carnal  copula- tion  with  another  person  of  the  same  or opposite sex or with an animal is guilty of sodomy.  Penetration,  however  slight,  is sufficient  to  complete  the  offense. (b) Any person found guilty of sodomy shall be punished as a court-martial may direct. Any  unnatural  method  of  carnal  copulation is  prohibited  by  this  article.  Any  penetration, however  slight,  is  sufficient  to  complete  the offense;  emission  is  not  necessary. Art.  126.  Arson (a)  Any  person  subject  to  this  code who  willfully  and  maliciously  burns  or  sets on fire an inhabited dwelling, or any other structure, movable or immovable, wherein to  the  knowledge  of  the  offender  there  is at  the  time  a  human  being,  is  guilty  of aggravated  arson  and  shall  be  punished  as a  court-martial  may  direct. (b)  Any  person  subject  to  this  code who  willfully  and  maliciously  burns  or  sets fire  to  the  property  of  another,  except  as provided   in   subsection   (a),   is   guilty   of simple  arson  and  shall  be  punished  as  a court-martial  may  direct. In aggravated arson, danger to human life is the essential element; in simple arson, it is injury to the property of another. In either case, the fact that  no  one  is  injured  is  immaterial. Art. 127. Extortion Any  person  subject  to  this  code  who communicates  threats  to  another  person with   the   intention   thereby   to   obtain anything  of  value  or  any  acquittance, advantage, or immunity is guilty of extor- tion  and  shall  be  punished  as  a  court- martial  may  direct. A  threat  may  be  communicated  by  word  of mouth or in writing, the essential element of the offense being the knowledge of the threat to the victim.  An  acquittance  is,  in  general  terms,  a release  or  discharge  from  an  obligation.  An intent  to  obtain  any  advantage  or  immunity  of any description may include an intent to make a person  do  an  act  unwillingly. The  threat  sufficient  to  constitute  extortion may  be  a  threat  against  the  person  or  property of  the  individual  threatened.  It  may  also  be  a threat  of  unlawful  injury  or  any  other  harm  to any family member or other person held dear to the  victim. Art.  128.  Assault (a)  Any  person  subject  to  this  code who attempts or offers with unlawful force or  violence  to  do  bodily  harm  to  another person,  whether  or  not  the  attempt  or  offer is  consummated,  is  guilty  of  assault  and shall be punished as a court-martial may direct. (b)  Any  person  subject  to  this  code who— (1)  commits  an  assault  with  a dangerous weapon or other means of force likely to produce death or grievous  bodily  harm;  or (2)   commits   an   assault   and intentionally  inflicts  grievous  bodily harm  with  or  without  a  weapon; is  guilty  of  aggravated  assault  and  shall  be punished  as  a  court-martial  may  direct. Section  (a)  describes  the  offense  of  simple assault.  Swinging  your  fist,  pointing  a  gun  at  a person,  or  raising  a  club  over  someone’s  head, even though no harm is actually done, is each an act  of  simple  assault.  When  the  threat  is consummated and force is applied to the victim, the  offense  becomes  assault  and  battery. Section  (b)  describes  aggravated  assault,  of which there are two types. The first is assault with a  dangerous  weapon  and  other  means  of  force likely to kill or grievously harm the victim (like shoving  a  person  over  the  fantail).  The  second type takes place when an assailant intentionally 6-23

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