So I'm watching I.D. Discovery and they had a show called "Vanity Fair Confidential: The Runaway Doctor" This is the Vanity Fair article that inspired the show: http://www.vanityfair.com/society/features/2011/01/missing-doctor-201101 This is about the show: http://www.investigationdiscovery.c...al-videos/editors-note-the-runaway-doctor.htm It's an interesting story. I noticed at the end that this guy was due to be released this month. In fact he was set to be January 19th of this month. http://www.nwitimes.com/news/local/...cle_6f15dbae-3d95-5b38-8498-781ac7583894.html Before we continue this is just an example of what he'll be dealing with. This is NOT where he is as far as we know. ...According to the Web site on one center operated by the Salvation Army in Florida, residents referred to its facility under pre-release are allowed to work in the community and return to the center at night. In addition, twice a week they can go home on "free time" until 9 p.m. and on weekend passes from 4 p.m Friday to 9 p.m. Sunday. The purpose of the program is to help the resident rebuild family and community ties, according to the website. So what happens now? How does this guy slip back into society? I think he should have been given life. It seems to me that the guy is a sociopath and won't reintegrate without harming others along the way. He can't get a doctors license anymore, so what now? It's just an interesting thought that occurred to me when I found out he was released this month. What do you think?