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Thread: Should all child molesters be castrated before leaving prison?

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    Re: Should all child molesters be castrated before leaving prison?

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    If you remove the testicles and the penis its gonna stop him from becoming erect and engaging in buggery
    Apparently it didn't, in this case.
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    Re: Should all child molesters be castrated before leaving prison?

    We have rights protecting us against cruel and unusual punishment...

    but not for those people!!!

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    Re: Should all child molesters be castrated before leaving prison?

    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkenAsparagus View Post
    Life imprisonment is a common punishment for child rape. I wouldn't call it cruel or unusual, and I doubt that most would either. If a child rapist picks a tracking device and chemical castration over the humane and typical punishment, how is it cruel or unusual?
    Because first off, we don't castrate or track with cyinade laced tracking devices. So off the bat, that's unusual. As those things are not usual forms of punishment. Furthermore, the permanent threat of death and the maiming of others is cruel. A child rapist cannot pick either of these things as both are not valid forms of punishment by the government. So it's moot. It's also something we can't allow the government to do.

    I mean, if you people think stuff like this, especially the active tracking thing, would remain solely in the realm of "child rapists", then you're stupid. People try to emotionalize so much crap these days to get others to not think about a problem. And in the end, we're left in a worse situation.
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    Re: Should all child molesters be castrated before leaving prison?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Except the words "cruel and unusual" are purely subjective. Just because you think something is "cruel and unusual" does not make it so.
    And just because you think something is not curel and unusual does not make it so.
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