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Guam: Sex offenders to get chemical castration

HAGATNA, Guam — The Guam Legislature Thursday narrowly passed a bill for the creation of a pilot program to chemically castrate convicted sex offenders.

The Chemical Castration for Sex Offenders Act passed 8-7, according to a release from the legislature. Full Article


Guam Passes Legislation To Chemically Castrate Convicted Sex Offenders

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  1. Q

    This is hethanistic behavior at it’s finest, I hope Wetterling, Walsh and all the others purveyors of their kind of filth and perverse thinking are happy with themselves. They are the ones that set this terrible train of laws that have been going global in motion.

    • Timmr

      This law is sexual euthanasia and reminds me of that twisted idealism of healing society through removal of the physical manifestation of the perceived social ill — or Nazi-ism. The only good thing is that it was passed by only one vote and the bill included a short term sunset provision, so that policy can reviewed later. In contrast, the States pass sex crimes laws unanimously,or near unanimously and they continue in perpetuity. At least Guam recognizes that this may not be the answer to the expressed concern? I hope so.

      • Q

        Hi Timmr; I too hope that “Guam recognizes that this may not be the answer to the expressed concern” because this parallels the sterilization program used by the Nazi’s in the 30s & 40s, and used here on a limited basis in the 50s.

        I can’t say anything goo about this program, but at least they are trying it on a pilot basis; something unheard of here.

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