Changes coming to sex offender laws?
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#1 Oct 12, 2006
Rapists should get mandatory LIFE imprisonment sentences. ALL rapists. NO parole. When rapists get out of prison--it doesn't matter if it's three years or 30 years--they will rape again, usually killing their victim(s), due to their extreme anger & further mind derangement from the experience of having lived in prison. Rape victims have to live the rest of their lives in fear of being touched and/or of being raped again because their emotional, mental, & physical lives have been attacked viciously & forever changed. It needs to be mandatory that ALL judges should have to give ALL rapists a life sentence with no parole & also force them to work in prison & further force them to send their victims' attorneys every single penny that they earn for the rest of their disgusting lives, so that the victims' lawyers can put that money into a special account that victims can use for whatever they want to--whether they choose to spend it on therapy, moving far away, or donating to a charity. Every single time a rape victim's rapist is released from prison--usually earlier than the initial miniscule sentence--the victim's entire life will be dominated by a disabling fear that their rapist will track them down & kill them for putting him in prison. The victim's prison term WILL begin the day their rapist runs wild & free because of our twisted judicial system. Rape victims always suffer, usually lifelong, from severe post traumatic stress, a degree of paranoia (rightfully so), & panic attacks. When the judicial system caters to rapists’ rights, instead of their victims’ rights—it proves just how twisted & immoral our judicial system has become. Be careful of who you vote for in November.
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