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Treatment to be mandatory for young sex offenders

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Adolescents and teenagers convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious victim will face mandatory sexual-offender treatment in California. Gov. Jerry Brown’s office on Tuesday announced he had signed SB838. Full Article

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How about working on preventing the chances of assault in the first place? Also how many adolescents are running around sexually assaulting others who are unconscious? I sure have not read or heard about many instances (actually I can’t think of one).

These dark people misuse the word “assault” and “sex.” It;s as though they have reversed the meaning of these words. They twist things into something they are not.

I’ve heard of several such stories just in Orange County alone, including one a few years back that involved the son of an Orange County Sheriff. More interesting to me on this is the redundancy of it…everyone convicted for sexual related offenses already has to undergo “treatment” anyway, so it makes no sense to have an extra thing like this.

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