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Poland OK's chemical castration of pedophiles

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I would probably snap...and end up in jail, with likely a longer sentence than the predator would have received.

My thinking, exactly.

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Sure it might make their nether areas useless but I don't think it will rid them of the desire.

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Sure it might make their nether areas useless but I don't think it will rid them of the desire.

you have a good point, tls.

and what will 'they' do, if unable to rape??

they need to be heavily medicated as well.

once a plan is devised to keep 'them' drugged, then chemical castration should have the synergistic effect that is so very needed.

these bums don't deserve to be in society.

if they must live among us, the very least 'they' can do, is to keep their pants and mouth, zipped.

i literally get nauseated just thinking about the likes of 'them'.

leslie

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If they couldn't physically rape these children, I fear that many predators would turn to sodomy. It's a compulsion to violate and have power over something frail, small and powerless.

What should be removed is the spine...because these predators are spineless cowards.

Pierette...we agreed on something. I think this may be the start of armageddon! LOL

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Pierette...we agreed on something. I think this may be the start of armageddon! LOL

People will say we're in love, hehehe!

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An impotent offender is the most dangerous......Long term treatment and intensive supervision is the only answer....

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An impotent offender is the most dangerous......Long term treatment and intensive supervision is the only answer....

I agree that an impotent offender is very dangerous so I don't think that is the answer. But I don't agree with long term treatment - but do agree with intensive supervision and incarceration forever. Or, in the case of rape and murder, the death penalty.

steph

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An impotent offender is the most dangerous......Long term treatment and intensive supervision is the only answer....

No treatment. There is no treatment. But they must not be loose in society.

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you have a good point, tls.

and what will 'they' do, if unable to rape??

leslie

Good point and something I didn't think through when I initally posted.

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No treatment. There is no treatment. But they must not be loose in society.

Sue . .. . :up:

steph

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you have a good point, tls.

and what will 'they' do, if unable to rape??

Unfortunately, and I am sorry this will be ugly to read, but someone who cannot physically rape in the usual sense can still violate other human beings. There are forms of sexual assault that do not involve penetration with a penis---one can still rape another with a foreign object, for example, or force someone to engage in oral sex. Some rapists are impotent, and their impotence often increases their rage and escalates dangerous behavior, including murder. I honestly don't see that our society would be any safer if convicted child sex offenders are castrated and let back into community life; it might be far more realistic to sentence them to life imprisonment, perhaps in facilities specifically designed to deal with sex offenders, with no chance for parole. Or---if the crimes are heinous enough, perhaps the death penalty would be most appropriate (and keep in mind, this is coming from a bleeding heart liberal!)

My biggest concern regarding chemical castration is that any jury who decides that this is an appropriate punishment had better be 110% certain that the alleged perpetrator is guilty---exhaust the DNA evidence, make absolutely, positively sure that the person who is convicted is truly deserving of the punishment. As heinous as sex crimes against children are, juries can and do make mistakes. What if someone who is chemically castrated turns out to be innocent? What do we do then? Say, ooops, sorry, our bad, we'll give you testosterone for the rest of your life? (BTW, the possibility of wrongfully sentencing an innocent person to death also gives me pause regarding the death penalty, which I think should be used only in extremely rare instances.)

Also, there needs to be agreement as to what constitutes a sex crime against children. In Georgia, a seventeen-year-old boy was convicted of a sex crime and forced to register as a sex offender because he had consentual oral sex with a fifteen-year-old girl. He was sentenced to ten years in jail. http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1591688,00.html What the kid did was stupid and wrong---but there is a huge difference between his actions and those of a predatory adult who preys on innocent children to gratify his/her own sexual desires. But who would decide? Who would make the distinction and is it not possible that some jury, somewhere might not decide to castrate the kid who was having oral sex with his girl because he "might" grow up to be a sex offender? This is a scary, slippery slope and I'm not confident that our justice system is uniformly competent to make the right decision in every case.

BTW, what do we do about women who sexually assault children? While not as common, there certainly have been enough cases such as that of the infamous Mary Kay Letourneau, which clearly illustrate that this behavior is not confined to men. I don't see that chemical castration would be the answer for them---and, Letourneau demonstrated, not even prison was enough to deter her behavior---though it was specific toward Vili Fualaa, whom she later married.

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very good ideas and thoughts from everyone.

here are some of mine; incarcerate them for life, yeah, but don't want to pay for the scumbags stay in prison, absolutely everything has to be earned by hard labor work by them if they want to eat. i kind of like the idea of sheriff joe, in arizona. castration will be a good way to go, but like someones else said, they do not need their body parts to violate another human being, they can use a foreign object to do so, and another point is that more than sexual pleasure for them is feeling 'power' over the powerless victim and that's why i believe they do what they do more than just for their sexual satisfaction. but castrating them would be the beginning of their punishment. i think we need to go back to the old ways of dealing with people, steal something, gues what? we'll cut the hand you did it with...an eye for an eye type of thing. they use to hang people in public, what happened to that? i think that if it was still around we woudln't have as much crime because the people would double-triple think before engaging themselves in any crime. our society or i should say and correct myself that our criminal system has soften through the years and the criminals have more rights than the victims themselves, which makes my stomach turn.

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