Actually........I worked with (and sat across the aisle from) a guy who was arrested for picking up a minor on the internet and having sex with her. I was over at his house twice for parties, had lunch with him more than once and did the after work bar stops with him. They got him on predatory and statuatory rape charges. No one was more surprised of his arrest than his wife, who promptly sued him for divorce. The entire office was stunned. Using the logic in this thread, that would make me and everyone who worked with him supportive of these crimes also.
I had something similar happen to me years ago in 1980. I was involved with a local chapter of a national engineering professional society that put on dinner meetings, awarded prizes, things like that. Come to find out the treasurer was a serial rapist who had been sought for years. I mean, pencil drawings in every window, that kind of thing. I was stunned. This guy seemed like a perfectly normal, nice guy, but he had a secret life as a sicko. It sure made me think about how you can't tell by looking or even by that kind of interaction (we had monthly meetings) very much about a person.
But I'm sure that if I were running for national office, someone would dredge it up and find a way to get mileage out of me "palling around" with a serial rapist.