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  1. Harry Boy

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    Sex Perverts, guys that overpower little children and then penetrate their little confused frightened bodys with their scummy slimey penis, one of these maggots had the balls to stand up at a hearing in the Boston State House and lecture lawmakers on how they should handle these vermin creeps.

    I'm glad that in a few short years I will be exiting this world, back in my day the Boston Cops and the people themselves would have dragged this bastard out onto Park St and beat him to within an inch of his life and then castrated him with a broken bottle.

    The New America, God Help Your Children:
    http://www.bostonherald.com/news/regional/general/view.bg?articleid=1076213
     
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    #75 Jersey

    Well, you know Harry, they get to do this when they are hired by the Governor to work for the State.
     
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    He recommended intensive, statewide parole supervision. I don't see what he's doing out of jail since its only been 8 years since his conviction; but I don't have any problem with paying for intensive, statewide parole supervision when they are let out. 3 to 5 is not what I'm looking for, BTW, for crimes against children.
     
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    Sexual predators need to be the first ones on the planes that drop them off in the farthest reaches of the Alaskan frontier, away from all people. Drop each one off every 200 miles. The clothes on their backs, a book of matches, and that's it. If they can live, so be it. If not, so be it. It's up to them.


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    Nope.
    Special prison in North Alaska between Brooks Range and the Arctic Ocean.with huge walls and no guards inside. Food and clothes sent in through an airlock. No doctors or medicine....could get wierd in there.
     
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    A repeat rapist of a child would get the death penalty were I in charge. What purpose do such people serve society? You had your chance at redemption the first time, but after the second rape, cya.
     
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    I could certainly get on board with such a policy... especially when you consider the fact that any guy who has been caught and convicted twice has probably committed the crime many times and gotten away with it...
     
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    I was just about to post that, when one of these rats get caught and charged with an assault just imagine how many times they have done it and not got caught.

    I wonder what Iran does with these people or China :confused:

    :bricks:
     
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    I agree, but do not think there is any redemption on this earth for a child rapist.. no second chances in my book.
     
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    I can't argue with that GAJ. There are some things in life that are beyond the scope of forgiveness. I guess I'm willing to give even the most vile a second chance. However, I'd come down with the iron fist thereafter. Where we have significant problems in todays society, is with repeat offenders. We need to pity them far less than we do. We appologize for people too much.
     
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    The reality is that there is seldom one victim, so if they get caught rest assured that there is a string of others who are scarred for life..
     

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