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Pakistan: Chemical Castration, Sex Offender Registry in Pakistan’s New Rape Law

[vice.com –  12/16/20]

Rocked by intense protests after a violent gang rape in September, Pakistan’s president has approved a new anti-rape law that seeks to double down on sexual crimes against women and children in the country. Anti-Rape Ordinance 2020 will give speedy trials to women and children, create a national registry of sex offenders, give privacy to victims and survivors, and also allow chemical castration of repeat sex offenders.

Moreover, the consent of the convict will not be taken for executing castration, the discretion of which will be held by the trial court judge.

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Related:

Pakistan Passes Ordinance Allowing Chemical Castration of Sex Offenders [theswaddle.com – 12/16/20]

 

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Savages. Every single one of them.

start with the judges , and their “OWN declarated war criminals first” , before handing down any judgments oh I am sorry the judges left town along with warmongers

I spent time in Pakistan while in the service. That country is proof that there is such a thing as a time warp. It’s like stepping back into the 3rd century.

Interesting. This comparison view of the sex registry laws in Pakistan and this rape issue gives us all a view of how situations get out of hand. Even A.D.A.T gave a reflection of going back to the 3rd century and yes many nations can be overzealous or one-sided with issues that involve sexual situations. Should we all claim abuse by authorities, (just a thought).

Now Janice and Chance and the team are pretty smart and yes I have to admit that tackling this registry is no picnic as we all seek some type of relief in this ordeal. Sure we can all talk about wisdom and understand but were is the “True” value in much of many of these misguided ordeals. Is this the way to prevent or are we all blindsided a bit in much of this.

Even this chemical castration has to be looked at with an open view. As far as this rape ordeal one could say who is raping who. Are these sextortation methods used by authorities in this internet conspircy a type of hemlock coercion type of intimidation. Even if one was told if I didn’t come down they were going to come and get them in many of these situations.
Janice and many are on the right track and yes these authorities are abusing in many ways. A lot of this registry amounts to extortion or sextortion/ blackmail, so who is bearing false wittness in much of this issue. Speaking out against this registry is good in many ways in this hardship many face.

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