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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by the_ultimate_evil, Apr 1, 2013.
What's a paedophile?
Tell me this is an April Fools joke...
sadly no. this judge has been in the papers in the past for saying it was courageous for a guy to break into peoples houses
and its been reported on few sites and papers
I imagine the judge's comments while inspire a certain brand of courage in other individuals. He better not give them lip when their courage inspires them to action, either.
This idiot should not be allowed to be a judge. Paedophiles deserve to suffer badly in prison.
I say let that judge take the pedophile's place in prison and let's see how long it'll take for him to change his position...
I take it that judge doesn't have kids.
I take it that judge is a goddamn moron, is more like it.
Well that too. Probably best a child isn't subjected to his logic.
At the very least, the guy needs to at least be put under psychiatric observation and therapy to help curb his problems. Probation most likely isn't going to stop this guys habit.
Psychiatric help isn't going to do anything. Paedophiles are like serial killers and rapists. They never stop. How many children have to be abused before the bleeding hearts of the world get that?
The only therapy should be for the victims. They deserve the help.
I'm not a bleeding heart. I just fully recognize the fact that thinking that people are beyond some form of help is not in any way helpful, and a large problem with the US penal system. Most violent and/or sexual crimes can be linked to some underpinning psychiatric problem. Ignoring that fact is the reason why these sick people slip through the cracks and have opportunities to engage in these activities in the first place. The guy is sick in the head, and therapy could help in some capacity. Its better than just cutting him loose like this judge did.
They should just be locked up and let the other inmates take care of them.
Men raping each other, while admittedly a certain form of justice, solves absolutely nothing. It doesn't in anyway get at the core problem in a broken person. Locking people up and simply forgetting about them isn't working. This is proven by America's ridiculously high prison population and its ridiculously low effectiveness.
I didn't mean rape them. I meant kill them.
The children who are victims of this should definitely get therapy to help them and to make sure they don't become abusers themselves since that can happen.
As for the ones who are already adults, unfortunately, it's probably too late for them.
I just told my Mum this story and she said that the judge is a ****ing idiot and the prick should be ****ing castrated.
My Mum rules.
Is there any evidence of therapy curing pedophilia?
I'm assuming she's referring to the pedo, but the judge should be too for that matter.
Yeah, the pedo. I think. Hard to say, really. She doesn't like judges that much.
If the guy in question has actually abused children himself, then I'd be more inclined to agree. However, in this case I think a distinction between simply downloading images and creating them isn't unreasonable.
The former is obviously reprehensible, but I don't think it should be placed in the same category as the latter (in terms of severity). Granted, what the guy did is quite obviously illegal, and I'm not sure I agree with the judge's reasoning, but people are responding as though this guy has actually gone out and diddled little children, and that doesn't appear to be the case (that we know of).
Is this behavior a cause for concern with regard for the potential of abuse in the future? Absolutely. That's why I'm a bit conflicted about this whole thing.
He's just one step away from actually doing it. If there's an opportunity to do something before he can, it has to be done.
Protecting children should be society's top priority.
So it's okay to preemptively punish somebody for a crime they didn't commit?
More bleeding heart liberal ********?