October 13, 2015

One State Just Announced Plans To Castrate Sex Offenders

This news report is somehow in ERROR. See Sex offender chemical castration bill defeated in Senate committee
10-13-15 Oklahoma:

According to recent reports, Oklahoma State Senator mark Allen has just proposed a bill that seeks to chemically castrate violent sex offenders. The proposal follows the lead of Florida and California.

Under the new measure, first time sex offenders could undergo the procedure for early release. Second time offenders would have no choice in the matter.

The bill is without doubt controversial, but many believe it is a good idea. David Slane, an attorney who has represented more than 500 sex offenders has expressed his support of the measure.

“I remember one in particular who told me he went to his doctor voluntarily,” Slane told reporters. “He used this hormone therapy and as he said, ‘It cured me. I no longer have the thoughts. I no longer have the sex drive.’ For years afterwards he had never reoffended. So to me, that was the proof in the pudding. There may be something here.”

Slane admits that the measure would open up the FDA to lawsuits.

What do you think? Do you support the measure? ..Source.. by American News

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