One State Just Announced Plans to CASTRATE Sex Offenders
Oklahoma has announced a new plan that has left sex offenders shaking with fear.
Following the example of Florida and California, Oklahoma State Senator Mark Allen has proposed a bill that would aim to chemically castrate violent sex offenders.
Under the new plan, first time sex offenders would have the option to undergo the castration process in exchange for an early release. Second time offenders, however, would be forced to be chemically castrated.
The bill has been controversial, but many who have worked with sex offenders think it is a great idea. David Slane, an attorney who has represented more than 500 sex offenders in court, is very much in favor of the bill:
“I remember one in particular who told me he went to his doctor voluntarily. He used this hormone therapy and, as he said, ‘It cured me. I no longer have the thoughts. I no longer have the sex drive.’ For years afterwards he had never reoffended. So to me, that was proof in the pudding. There may be something here.”
Though Slane has seen it work, he acknowledges there are still some issues with chemical castration.
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