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To: KoRn
Until government starts treating sex offenders like the "criminals" they are, instead of people needing "counseling" and "treatment", the length of their sentences will never reflect their continuing danger to the community.

I have fought for stronger sex offender sentences in my community for years and have had some measure of success, but the fact remains that there are way to many bleeding heart types that still believe that these pieces of human refuse can be "cured" with "treatment" and "counseling", although there doesn't exist a single study to indicate that to be the case.

If bans on even possessing a device capable of accessing the internet were strongly enforce we could, at the very least, make it that much tougher for sex offenders to find and exploit victims.

And if that is all that it does I would be happy with that.

6 posted on 12/04/2010 6:42:49 PM PST by The_Pickle ("We have no Permanent Allies, We have no Permanent Enemies, Only Permanent Interests")
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To: The_Pickle

The answer is simple. When someone is found guilty of a crime, put them in prison. When they have served their sentence, let them out and leave them alone.


10 posted on 12/04/2010 7:50:58 PM PST by Sporke (USS-Iowa BB-61)
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