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Thread: Sex offenders in the U.S.

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    Re: Sex offenders in the U.S.

    Quote Originally Posted by PsiKnot
    I believe that after doing their time all criminals should be able to re-enter society, after all they did their time, but in some cases like sex offenders we need to monitor their progress or lack thereof. Just to prevent any further occurances. I not saying they need to be monitored as a punishment, we don't need to be rude or cruel about it either but it is still something that needs to be done.
    Right, and there should be no problem with registering as a sex offender if you truly want to reform. It happened, you did it, it's your fault, so deal with the stares and the flyers of your moving into a neighborhood floating around. There's ways to improve your social standing, if that's the problem one has with it. To deal with it, just keep to yourself and make the most of what little is available to you as a convicted felon.
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    Re: Sex offenders in the U.S.

    2 me...touchy subject....i feel that they should b completly locked up...same as murderers....but my uncle would b n there....whos call i say.
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    Re: Sex offenders in the U.S.

    Quote Originally Posted by erisluvsthanatos1313
    2 me...touchy subject....i feel that they should b completly locked up...same as murderers....but my uncle would b n there....whos call i say.
    Even murderers (not all but some) are entitled to parole and salvaging what is left of their life.

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    Re: Sex offenders in the U.S.

    Quote Originally Posted by erisluvsthanatos1313
    2 me...touchy subject....i feel that they should b completly locked up...same as murderers....but my uncle would b n there....whos call i say.
    1. Murderers aren't "completely locked up". My dad was out in 15-16 years.
    2. It's not whether they should be locked up or not, it's just the registration that's the issue here.
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    Re: Sex offenders in the U.S.

    Parole is determined by a board. Thats why some get out and some don't. Perhaps even they should be registered? Depending on the circumstance some may be habitual offenders.

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    Re: Sex offenders in the U.S.

    Quote Originally Posted by PsiKnot
    Parole is determined by a board. Thats why some get out and some don't. Perhaps even they should be registered? Depending on the circumstance some may be habitual offenders.
    Maybe, but the differences between rape and murder, along with any other crime, are too much to apply the registration process to any crime other than rape just because convicted rapists have to do it. The crimes aren't the same at all.
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    Re: Sex offenders in the U.S.

    I know their different, I was attempting to demonstrate that. In the future I won't use sarcasm as a literal device.

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    Re: Sex offenders in the U.S.

    In my opinion the problem isn't registration but the fact that these crimes are taken to lightly. Sexual preditors may not actually (sometimes) take a life (or they would be charged with murder as well/instead) but they do destroy them. It is my opinion that as a society we value sex so lightly that people who commit crimes with sex are seen as a nusience more then a threat. If such crimes were held to the standard of manslaughter (just under murder) and had corresponding jail times and paroles then there would be less/no need to discuss registration.

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