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#24 Sep 10, 2012
QWA wrote:
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Chemical castration
Possibly.

I don't know that much about it--that would still require an ongoing supervision of some kind, would it not?

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#25 Sep 10, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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Possibly.
I don't know that much about it--that would still require an ongoing supervision of some kind, would it not?
I know for a fact of a couple of nursing homes where pedophiles and other sexual offenders are housed. I'm assuming there is strict supervision. Guaranteed money from the county for the facilities.
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#26 Sep 10, 2012
Yes it would, but it seems to be better than nothing
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_castrat...

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#27 Sep 10, 2012
rowdy01 wrote:
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I know for a fact of a couple of nursing homes where pedophiles and other sexual offenders are housed. I'm assuming there is strict supervision. Guaranteed money from the county for the facilities.
There's one not too far away from me. I get post cards whenever sex offenders move in. It's apparently a lock-down facility. And it would seem as though the folks who check-in don't check out. Only get paroled because they are on their last legs and the prison system doesn't want the expense.

The ones I am worried about are the kinds of guys you see on Catch a Predator. They still have a lot of years left in them, some may get a couple of years in lock-up and then they will be out again. And seldom do you see any recognition that they are doing anything wrong. Unless they are in a position where they are watching their whole employment future washing quickly down the tube (I remember one doctor who was calling his wife to tell her that something bad had happened and he was in real trouble).

Most seem to be stuck on believing that they can lie their way out (Jerry Sandusky is still proclaiming his innocence).

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#28 Sep 10, 2012
QWA wrote:
Yes it would, but it seems to be better than nothing
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_castrat...
It sounds like the research is pretty limited.
Reality Speaks

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#29 Sep 10, 2012
QWA wrote:
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Chemical castration
a bullet

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#30 Sep 10, 2012
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There's one not too far away from me. I get post cards whenever sex offenders move in. It's apparently a lock-down facility. And it would seem as though the folks who check-in don't check out. Only get paroled because they are on their last legs and the prison system doesn't want the expense.
The ones I am worried about are the kinds of guys you see on Catch a Predator. They still have a lot of years left in them, some may get a couple of years in lock-up and then they will be out again. And seldom do you see any recognition that they are doing anything wrong. Unless they are in a position where they are watching their whole employment future washing quickly down the tube (I remember one doctor who was calling his wife to tell her that something bad had happened and he was in real trouble).
Most seem to be stuck on believing that they can lie their way out (Jerry Sandusky is still proclaiming his innocence).
Since To Catch a Predator used 13 to 15 year old "victims" (in reality adult men and women posing as underage), the freaks they pulled in were not technically pedophiles. They were still very much in violation of applicable laws though, and completely deserve whatever they got in terms of criminal sanctions.

Even more unbelievable on that show was one freak who was taken down while he was out on bail, and in fact on his way to a court date, for a previous take down on the same show.
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Philadelphia, PA

#31 Jul 3, 2013
Matthew 18: 6:“But whoever causes the downfall of one of these little ones who believe in Me—it would be better for him if a heavy millstone were hung around his neck and he were drowned in the depths of the sea!"
Bible verse: It is wrong to cause the downfall of children.
SECULAR assumption: Marriage to children causes there downfall.
Conclusion: Therefore, marriage to children is wrong.
This whole thing rests on a non-Biblical assumption.

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