Two dozen felony charges have been filed in Kansas City against a man accused of exposing four women to the virus that leads to AIDS, and infecting a fifth one. The charges are against Festus resident Albert L. Spicer. Investigators say the incidents happened in the Kansas City area before Spicer moved to Festus. The penalty for infecting someone with AIDS is ten to thirty years in prison – the same penalty given in second-degree murder cases.