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Poll: What Punishment Should a Pedophile Receive for Sexually Abusing a Child


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  1. #46
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    Everyone does know Sexual abuse does not always have something to do with the mans penis right? ( am I allowed to say that here?) . You can cut the itty bitty thing off and they still can sexually abuse someone. and yes I call it itty bitty because no real man would ever sexually abuse anyone.

    My point is castration will not solve the worlds sexual abuse problem.

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    Death....by any means.

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    I wanted to vote for death, but decided instead for life w/o parole. It was a hard choice--these people don't deserve to use our air and water. I may change my vote.

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    I know I've already posted my opinion in this thread, but I was looking at the poll categories, and the "medical castration" sticks out to me...I would tend more towards a meat cleaver and a couple of Tylenol for the pain...that's more than their victims get. Okay, I'll get off my soapbox now
    This is all my opinion, which is subject to change with more information, if the wind changes direction, or if I wake up in a different mood...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepThinker View Post
    I know I've already posted my opinion in this thread, but I was looking at the poll categories, and the "medical castration" sticks out to me...I would tend more towards a meat cleaver and a couple of Tylenol for the pain...that's more than their victims get. Okay, I'll get off my soapbox now
    NO...They will only become angry murderers.
    Just hang them by the *alls till they drop dead.
    Women are Angels.
    And when someone breaks our wings,
    we simply continue to fly... on a broomstick.

    We're flexible like that.

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    i voted for death. i don't believe we can "cure" that type of sickness they have, otherwise we'd have cured them by now. they seem to get locked up and then reoffend again, the only way to stop that from repeating the pattern is to kill them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Columbo View Post
    I wanted to vote for death, but decided instead for life w/o parole. It was a hard choice--these people don't deserve to use our air and water. I may change my vote.
    And we do not nee to pay for free room and board, education and medical.
    I still say Death....
    Women are Angels.
    And when someone breaks our wings,
    we simply continue to fly... on a broomstick.

    We're flexible like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chemcopout View Post
    i voted for death. i don't believe we can "cure" that type of sickness they have, otherwise we'd have cured them by now. they seem to get locked up and then reoffend again, the only way to stop that from repeating the pattern is to kill them.
    RIGHT ON
    Women are Angels.
    And when someone breaks our wings,
    we simply continue to fly... on a broomstick.

    We're flexible like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by songline View Post
    NO...They will only become angry murderers.
    Just hang them by the *alls till they drop dead.
    My first response was death by any means with castration while waiting...I was only saying the "medical castration" part was too nice (in the poll). Just give me a meat cleaver.
    This is all my opinion, which is subject to change with more information, if the wind changes direction, or if I wake up in a different mood...

  10. #55
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    I said life without parole, but I change my miind to death - a clean swwep of this world would be a good thing.


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    I voted Death - any method is fine with me! I say the sooner the better. This world is so friggin overrun with these *******s that I personally think it's time to start weeding! If we can have snipers take out drug dealers, terrorists, and such - then why can't they just prune the population & get rid of these vermine? Sometimes I think it should be legal to become a vigilante!
    Last edited by Jersey*Girl; 10-18-2009 at 01:35 PM. Reason: Grammar, of course!

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    i chose life without parole but i hope they do something to make sure that some of these 18/19 year olds that get caught up with a g/f that is say 15/16 years old and it was consentual don't get this. i do believe there are exceptions such as the cases i just stated. but repeat offenders and those that are definitely predators shouldn't be given a chance to do this again and again.
    we need to encourage harder sentencing on those that are harming our children. our children are worth it!!

    stop the circus!! these children as all children deserve to be found and justice brought forth for what has happened to them!!


  13. #58
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    I chose Lethal Injection. I don't believe there is any kind of help for this type of person. If you give them parole , they will just do it again.
    Debbie

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    Bold and all else by me:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kennedy_v._Louisiana

    Opinion of the Supreme Court Majority
    On June 25, 2008, the Supreme Court, splitting 5-4, held that "[t]he Eighth Amendment bars Louisiana from imposing the death penalty for the rape of a child where the crime did not result, and was not intended to result, in the victim's death." In its majority opinion authored by Justice Kennedy, the Court explained that the application of the death penalty had to rest on national consensus, and that as only six States permitted the death penalty for child rape, no such consensus existed. In formulating the idea of "national consensus" the Court relied on the previous cases Roper v. Simmons (2005), which outlawed the execution of minors, and Coker v. Georgia (1977), which outlawed the application of the death penalty for the crime of rape.According to the Court, "[t]he death penalty is not a proportional punishment for the rape of a child." The opinion, which was joined by the court's four more liberal judges, went on to state, "The court concludes that there is a distinction between intentional first-degree murder, on the one hand, and non-homicide crimes against individuals, even including child rape, on the other. The latter crimes may be devastating in their harm, as here, but in terms of moral depravity and of the injury to the person and to the public, they cannot compare to murder in their severity and irrevocability." The opinion concluded that in cases of crimes against individuals, "the death penalty should not be expanded to instances where the victimís life was not taken" [11]

    Curiously, the majority opinion left open the possibility of the death penalty for 'drug kingpins', as well as treason, espionage and terrorism, these being considered crimes against 'the State' rather than against 'individual persons':

    "Our concern here is limited to crimes against individual persons. We do not address, for example, crimes defining and punishing treason, espionage, terrorism, and drug kingpin activity, which are offenses against the State."[12]
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    So, if I am reading this correctly, if we collectively can get EACH of our states to pass the DP for the rape of a child, it would then become OK to have it for a national law???? LETS GET STARTED NOW!!! I understand the concern that they will kill their victims, but honestly, they are now, and what we are doing doesn't seem to be even slowing them down. At least we could prevent some of their victims maybe.
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    Testicles in vise, quarter turn every 6 hours until death.

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