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Should Child Molesters Be Castrated?

The Doctors (TV Show) discuss legislation recently filed in the state of Alabama that would require surgical castration for any child molester over the age of 21 whose victim was 12 years old or younger. Video

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  1. Janice Bellucci

    Thank you, Dr. Nancy Irwin, for representing our good cause on The Doctors Show! With very little advance notice, Dr. Irwin showed up to speak up on this controversial topics. In my opinion, the best thing Dr. Irwin did was to correct one of the doctors about the rate of re-offense. On the previous show when I appeared, the same doctor claimed that the rate was 50 percent. Dr. Irwin let her and all who watched know that the rate of re-offense was significantly less.

  2. Rocky Graciano

    Is Alabama in North America, or North Korea?

  3. Bluewall

    The South has a long standing obsession in sterilizing undesirables… be it color, low mental faculties… “Eugenics”

  4. Tim

    Some in Alabama (and elsewhere) can’t get out of the middle ages. Where is this test that shows when someone has a defect in the brain that leads him or HER to molest. Don’t know, so Just mutilate all male past offenders to stop a few. That passes as science?

    • Anonymous Nobody

      Good point. If we had a honest court system in this country (perhaps we once did, but it is now decades since we have had one) this law would be overturned on the spot as unconstitutional unequal treatment, as it apparently would apply this penalty only to males, not to females. Of course, it also is far over the line as unconstitutional cruel and unusual punishment — but that doesn’t seem to deter our courts anymore from upholding any law that comes along, as just look at all the other laws against sex offenders, including the mere basic law requiring registration.

  5. JWM

    What do you think, Human Rights Groups will think of this if somehow this becomes a law

  6. KathieG.

    Do you think families would turn in Dad, Grandpa, or Uncle Al if this were to become a law???

    • Tim

      Good point and one I don’t see expressed here too often. As the laws become more severe, family members are going to be more reluctant to turn in spouses, children, uncles, aunts, friends.
      Here’s another point: DNA evidence later finds someone innocent who was therefore castrated by mistake. Sorry, we can’t replace what was removed.

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