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Originally posted by TheNewKid
After reading this thread I've been trying very hard to understand the mentality of a paedophile, what drives them towards this sort of, i guess obsession?
Is it something they missed out on in their childhood and wish to go back and relive life as a child, but are trapped in an adult body who has lost the innocence so approaches it in a different way?
or just getting a thrill of doing something illegal?
I can't seem to pinpoint itedit on 6-10-2010 by TheNewKid because: (no reason given)
I think there is something in the constitution about "cruel and unusual punishment".
except that might violate our small constitutional right of no " excessive or unusual punishment"
Your sick for considering branding people. That's not better than what these pedophiles do.
Making the pedophile a slave of the state and then charging the victim for his keep is doubly-victimizing the victim. Creating circumstances where the labour of the slave benefited his rape victim is a better way.
Originally posted by seagull
In theory? Great idea.
In reality? Not so much. Here's why (feel free to prove me wrong though...not a big fan of pedos...).
More of the victims would be murdered by the animals. Or so it would seem to me, especially by the unbranded ones...because they'd be facing that stigma, once they served their time.
Pedos function best, obviously, when they're camouflaged by society. That brand would take away that camouflage...so to avoid that, they remove the victim from the equation.
The laws should be changed to a death sentence upon conviction, and the usual appeals process.
That's my thought anyway.
Pedophiles are adults who molest children. Who could be for that?? Seriously....
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