- Oct 29, 2018
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Steve Hurst (inset), a Republican lawmaker from Calhoun County, Alabama, says that chemical castration for convicted child sex offenders is an appropriate punishment.
Given how we know that 10- 20% of UK sex offenders are no such thing - how about we chemically castrate the guy who likes to grope Miss under 14 America pageant entrants? - or maybe take away his Adderal and his office.
"Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Oregon, Montana, and Wisconsin also have laws on the books allowing courts to order castration before a sex offender is released from prison.
In Louisiana, castration is a condition of sentence reduction or suspension.
The castration laws in California, Georgia, Louisiana, Montana, and Wisconsin only apply to sex offenders who have committed crimes against minors.
California, Florida, and Louisiana give sex offenders the option of chemical or surgical castration, which is the physical removal of testicles. "
Thanks for that last bit of information, Daily Mail.