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IG-64
03-18-2005, 07:31 PM
click (http://www.accessnorthga.com/news/ap_newfullstory.asp?ID=57456)

:mad: :(

STTCT
03-18-2005, 09:15 PM
I saw this. Makes me sick. I hope he's lying. But it sure doesn't sound like it. Boy - these past few days with the news have been awful. This, the MJ trial, Peterson ass -hat, the feeding tube debate.

I think I'm going to go watch Star wars now... Where the good guys win for once :)

Lady Jedi
03-18-2005, 11:56 PM
No, I don't think that he's lying. Here's (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7236847/) another article.

I wish that they'd just do away with the b**tard., so he can't hurt anyone else. :disaprove

IG-64
03-19-2005, 06:52 AM
Originally posted by Lady Jedi

I wish that they'd just do away with the b**tard., so he can't hurt anyone else. :disaprove

If I were you i'd leave that opinion to yourself >_> <_<

*is paranoid of argument*

legameboy
03-19-2005, 11:54 AM
I hate idiots like these. :(

DarkLord60
03-19-2005, 10:21 PM
I return to the threads to say hi and see this. I am so sick right now It pisses me off how sick people can be!

El Sitherino
03-20-2005, 12:28 AM
He'll be killed in prison soon enough. Cold blooded killers don't take kindly to child rapists or pretty much anyone that messes with kids.

acdcfanbill
03-20-2005, 02:17 AM
its funny how the criminals seem to have a better idea of what to do with these people than the normal ppl in society.
'omg capital punishment should be done away with'
*rapist gets sent to prison and murdered by inmates*
'ahh justice is done, and my concience is sooo clear'

Sabretooth
03-20-2005, 06:30 AM
Well, as long as there is mankind, there WILL be crime. Can't really say more.

STTCT
03-25-2005, 01:11 AM
I'm going to go out on a limb as a mother and say -

They should castrate and GPS track all convicted child sex offenders. There is no cure - and looking at the Megan's Law site I can't believe how many of them are around my area and around schools. Ridiculous.

Breton
03-25-2005, 02:45 AM
Originally posted by STTCT
I'm going to go out on a limb as a mother and say -

They should castrate and GPS track all convicted child sex offenders. There is no cure - and looking at the Megan's Law site I can't believe how many of them are around my area and around schools. Ridiculous.

I don't know about USA, but according to the Statistic Central Burea of Norway, nearly 70% of all sexual offenders did not have any relapses. In other words, they went back to being normal, law-abiding citizens.

You shouldn't apply the same yardstick to everybody. Many child sex offenders are disgusted of what they have done and wish to live better lives. Shouldn't we give them that chance?

I belive that if we label them and shun them (as you unfortunatly suggest), this will only increase the chance of relapse.

BongoBob
03-25-2005, 02:52 AM
Yes, but if it prevents those 30% from EVER doing it to anyone else, it's freakin worth it IMO.

Sabretooth
03-25-2005, 02:53 AM
Originally posted by Breton
I don't know about USA, but according to the Statistic Central Burea of Norway, nearly 70% of all sexual offenders did not have any relapses. In other words, they went back to being normal, law-abiding citizens.

You shouldn't apply the same yardstick to everybody. Many child sex offenders are disgusted of what they have done and wish to live better lives. Shouldn't we give them that chance?

I belive that if we label them and shun them (as you unfortunatly suggest), this will only increase the chance of relapse.

Sure, but what of the child? He will have the incident scarred in his mind. And anyways, that child sex offender may have become a good guy, but that's 70%. What if this 30% take advantage and multiply their numbers?

Tell me if I'm looking stupid, I'm not good at debating. <_< >_>

El Sitherino
03-25-2005, 06:43 AM
Originally posted by Breton
I don't know about USA, but according to the Statistic Central Burea of Norway, nearly 70% of all sexual offenders did not have any relapses. In other words, they went back to being normal, law-abiding citizens. Sadly, that's not the case with the US. I haven't really studied it in a while, but I'd say it's probably flipped at the most 30% go back to normal lives. Most of the time sexual offenders just get more clever and learn how to get away with their crimes, so it could be even more.

Then again, we have all these kiddy pageants and are now having shows, advertisements, etc. sexualizing little children.

Porn companies are sending virtual porn (porn models digitally altered to look like pre-pubescents) samples to offenders, etc.

Some genuinely wish to lead normal lives after doing their time and society over-sexualizing everything doesn't help. Not to say that I think that's a valid excuse, but it doesn't help them when they're trying to escape temptation. The problem is we're only recently trying to do psychological treatment, in AND out of prison, and even at that we have minimal funding and rarely have consistent scheduling.

Originally posted by Breton
I belive that if we label them and shun them (as you unfortunatly suggest), this will only increase the chance of relapse. The temptation causes relapse, the shunning causes violent reaction. Usually just slaughtering of children, defiling after death.

Like a smoker or alcoholic. Shunning creates violence, tempation just destroys the barrier set between them and the drink they want.

IG-64
03-25-2005, 11:06 AM
Originally posted by Sabretooth
Tell me if I'm looking stupid, I'm not good at debating. <_< >_>

I know exactly how you feel.

Breton
03-25-2005, 03:26 PM
I personally believe those 30% who do relapse are because the judical system isn't doing a good enough job on following up criminals and sex offenders, and partly because of people's reaction towards them. They become "outcasts" from society, won't get a job or a chance of a decent life. In such situations, tabu temptations might be the only thing left in their lives.

I think it's very wrong to demonize these people. Many of them are disgusted by their former actions, and want to become better citizens.

Sexual offenses against children is a horrible, horrible thing. But hate the sin, not the sinners.

STTCT
03-25-2005, 08:34 PM
What's wrong with GPS tracking them - I'm not saying that it should be available to regular citizens - but for police. Too many of the offenders on the Meagan's law site are not where they are registered. They've jumped ship - and if they were Law Abiding, Normal re-habilitated people why wouldn't they be honest with the police about where they are? I do hate the offenders and the crime. It is a sickness I agree - and it is not fair to shun them, but its not fair to children to release them with little or no rehibilitation to populated areas of children....

acdcfanbill
03-26-2005, 12:47 AM
whynot gps track everyone then... no offense, but i think the govt keeps way too many tabs on us the way it is... granted you would put them only on criminals, but pretty soon it would move to criminal prevension im sure.

Mr Wally
03-27-2005, 04:55 PM
Sexual offenses against children is a horrible, horrible thing. But hate the sin, not the sinners.

Couldn't have said it better :D good job

What about the man from... mississippi, I think is was, the bus driver who was previously a sex offender that was arrested and charged because he was driving children to a camp when the normal bus driver couldn't make it. As he put it, he was trying to live a normal life and do his job. Yet he was arrested because he was not supposed to be around children.

I don't remember the entire story, I just heard it on the news once, but you could probably find more info by googling it. However, the point is, that there are people that make a mistake once in their lives, pay the price, but aren't ALLOWED to go back to living a normal life because of our government.

Dagobahn Eagle
03-27-2005, 07:37 PM
This should be moved to the Senate.

Thrackan Solo
03-28-2005, 11:28 PM
Originally posted by DarkLord60
I return to the threads to say hi and see this. I am so sick right now It pisses me off how sick people can be!

thats true.

I know someone who worked at a prison that said one of the inmates bragged about killing his kids and his cell mate killed him.

Mr Wally
03-31-2005, 03:01 PM
...... wow.... the cell mate KILLED him? That's crazy.:eek: