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Louisiana Senate OKs Sex Offender Castration Bill

 
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Louisiana Senate OKs Sex Offender Castration Bill
Tuesday, April 15, 2008

BATON ROUGE, La. The most serious sex crimes should be punishable by castration, with drugs or surgery, the Louisiana Senate voted on Tuesday.

The bill by Sen. Nick Gautreaux, D-Meaux, would give judges the option of imposing chemical castration on those convicted of sex crimes including aggravated rape, simple rape and indecent behavior with a juvenile. Chemical castration would be mandatory on second offenses, and the offender would have the option of choosing physical castration instead.

Senators voted 32-3 to send the measure to the House.

Chemical castration would involve treatment with the drug medroxyprogesterone acetate, with the aim of diminishing the offender's sexual impulses. Gautreaux amended the bill to add a provision that would bar such an offender from taking another substance such as estrogen that could counteract the effects of the castration drug.

The drug treatment would be mandatory on a second offense, though a medical expert would have to determine that the treatment would be effective.

Once ordered to undergo the treatment, the offender would have the option of physical castration which Gautreaux said some offenders might prefer to avoid any drug side effects or in hopes of permanently curbing impulses that led to his offense.

Voting against the measure were Sens. Cheryl Gray, D-New Orleans, Robert Kostelka, R-West Monroe, and Derrick Shepherd, D-Marrero.

Also awaiting House debate is another Gautreaux bill that would prohibit sex offenders from wearing masks or costumes on most major holidays, and prohibit them from giving candy or other gifts to people younger than 18. The bill (Senate Bill 143) by Sen. Nick Gautreaux, D-Meaux, now goes to the House for debate. Violators could be jailed for a minimum of six months and a maximum of three years. [link to www.foxnews.com]

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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

BATON ROUGE, La. The most serious sex crimes should be punishable by castration, with drugs or surgery, the Louisiana Senate voted on Tuesday.

The bill by Sen. Nick Gautreaux, D-Meaux, would give judges the option of imposing chemical castration on those convicted of sex crimes including aggravated rape, simple rape and indecent behavior with a juvenile. Chemical castration would be mandatory on second offenses, and the offender would have the option of choosing physical castration instead.

Senators voted 32-3 to send the measure to the House.

Chemical castration would involve treatment with the drug medroxyprogesterone acetate, with the aim of diminishing the offender's sexual impulses. Gautreaux amended the bill to add a provision that would bar such an offender from taking another substance such as estrogen that could counteract the effects of the castration drug.

The drug treatment would be mandatory on a second offense, though a medical expert would have to determine that the treatment would be effective.

Once ordered to undergo the treatment, the offender would have the option of physical castration which Gautreaux said some offenders might prefer to avoid any drug side effects or in hopes of permanently curbing impulses that led to his offense.

Voting against the measure were Sens. Cheryl Gray, D-New Orleans, Robert Kostelka, R-West Monroe, and Derrick Shepherd, D-Marrero.

Also awaiting House debate is another Gautreaux bill that would prohibit sex offenders from wearing masks or costumes on most major holidays, and prohibit them from giving candy or other gifts to people younger than 18. The bill (Senate Bill 143) by Sen. Nick Gautreaux, D-Meaux, now goes to the House for debate. Violators could be jailed for a minimum of six months and a maximum of three years. [link to www.foxnews.com]

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04/15/2008 11:39 PM
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Re: Louisiana Senate OKs Sex Offender Castration Bill
oops! Sorry about that. I most browse, not post.

But on this subject I have to respond. Myself being
a rape victim, and a very close male member and very dear loved one being sexually molested by a family member
really hit me hard.

His life has been a living hell. To be an innocent
child and have some sick fucker do that kind of
destruction to his soul just never can be forgotten.


Alas, Karma has a way of evening the score. The sick
fuck got an illness that left him totally impotent.
Now thats "GOD AT WORK".


Cut it off or what ever it takes.
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04/15/2008 11:45 PM
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Cut it off or what ever it takes.
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It's just a drug. The rapist takes it as part of his early parole program. After a while the probation officer stops monitoring him... he stops taking the drug,.. he re-offends.
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04/15/2008 11:48 PM
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BUMP

This should be flagged. Especially when you have the federal gov. giving viagara to convicted sex offenders
The Florida case is a perfect example.
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04/15/2008 11:49 PM
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Castrate them from the neck down.
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04/16/2008 07:36 AM
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They are animals. Most sex offenders are repeaters.

Castration is necessary.





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