By Adam Pagnucco.
One of the things that has been missing so far in the #Metoo movement’s impact on Annapolis is the naming of actual perpetrators of sexual harassment. Well, that ends now. Senator Cheryl Kagan (D-17) has issued a statement on official letterhead accusing former District 16 Delegate and current lobbyist Gilbert J. Genn of touching her inappropriately. (Genn was once a member of the House Judiciary Committee and Chair of the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice.) Think on this, folks: if a lobbyist is behaving this way with a person of power – a State Senator! – what is happening to others?
We reprint Kagan’s statement below.