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The perpetrator of crimes such as these, should never find themselves in a better position than their victims, and in this case, I believe that the winnings he has collected ought to be seized and divided amongst his victims, their families, and the families of victims of this type of crime in general.
I am of the opinion that persons who have been convicted of this sort of crime should never be a part of mainstream society, that they should be confined to institutions of either the correctional or residential type, and should be put to work whilst there to pay for their own maintenance.
If I was in charge, he would have gotten a blade between the ribs on the day of his conviction, and died slowly.
Therefore the solution seems to me, that they ought to be kept in permanent detention at either a good old fashioned prison, or a psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane
To do this, I would recommend that manufacturing facilities be constructed in the grounds of whatever prison or prisons or asylums are involved in the program, so that persons who are there for life can be put to work producing something of use to society, and at the same time that there be a nett cost to the taxpayer of virtually nothing for the upkeep of these toxic bastards.
It would also ensure that the victims are always aware that their molesters are never going to be free, never going to get along in life, never going to enjoy even a glimpse at riches, or any other pleasurable experience of any kind.
Various studies estimate that in the United States, between 2.3 and 5% of all prisoners are innocent. One study estimated that up to 10,000 people may be wrongfully convicted of serious crimes each year.
A 2014 study estimated that 4.1% of inmates awaiting execution on death row in the United States are innocent, and that at least 340 innocent people may have been executed since 1973.
According to Professor Boaz Sangero of the College of Law and Business in Ramat Gan in Israel, most wrongful convictions are for crimes less serious than major felonies such as rape and murder, as judicial systems are less careful in dealing with those cases.[5
In his case, it'd make sense to have him tagged, debagged, curfewed and no passport. Let him have enough of the money to live and put the rest into the right charities. And yes, definitely money towards the historical victims.
Otherwise, he'd be off to other countries where his money would buy kids left, right and centre.
But with people like this, they nearly always go back to offending. If he couldn't stop himself from attacking a child (or anyone else) before, wtf has changed that he can stop himself now?? F*** all!