There are criminal charges that can be filed against someone who knowingly and/or purposefully infects someone else. Don't think it's actually considered murder (especially now that they are better treatment options), but it's still a very heinous crime to do something like that to someone.
In my opinion, morally - yes. That is a really low blow.
I will never forget the woman I knew as a patient at a mental institution. She was there because her husband gave her syphilis years earlier. By the time she was diagnosed it was too late and her husband was dead. Her brain was so damaged. It was the most pitiful thing I ever saw. Wringing her hands all day weeping "Babe is dead, Babe is dead...". At other times she would say "where is Babe?". That is a nasty venereal disease. But HIV? Slow death? How cruel is that?
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A crime a requires culpable mental states in order to find a person in question as to whether he is guilty or not guilty. A) did person act intentionally? B) knowingly C) recklessly or with D) criminal negligence. If the douchebag had anyone or more of the above mental state but has committed this heinous act, he shall be charged with a crime, resulting in a possible conviction of time in a slammer appropriately. I would say its a felony 2nd degree b/c it is a form of a deadly weapon in my opinion and an attempted murder.