Child Sex Offenders and the death penalty child sexual abuse includes any sexual touching or assault on a child by any person. A sex offence can also include exposing oneself, dressing provocatively to arouse sexual feelings in a child, or watching or taking pictures of a child in a sexually provocative way. (2) Believe it or not, child sexual abuse happens everyday. I think that sex offenders are repulsive and distorted. I also empathize that capital punishment be engaged to sex offenders. Sex offences on children happen to frequently.
At least one in five girls and one in ten boys have sexually abused before the age of eighteen. (1) I feel that this despicable offence should be abstinent, let alone happen so consistently. The severest aspect of sex offenders is that 90% of victims know their abusers. (1) However, we can’t just blame adult men for this disgraceful crime, as only 70% of the abusers are adult men. 25% of the abusers are adolescent boys and girls and 5% are adult women. (1) Then again statistics are statistics.
As sex offenders are being released back into society, our sex offender registry laws must be revisited to ensure the safety of our communities. There are more than 650,000 registered sex offenders living among us in the United States today, but some of these are juveniles that are labeled sex offenders and should fall under a different category because their sexual behaviors were consensual ( ...
The dilemma is that this is happening and the criminal should be punished adequetly. You may argue that people can change and that the death penalty is too severe, but after prison 38% of these perverted convicts return to the streets abusing once again. (4) Sending abusers to prison doesn’t stop further abuse. If we don’t act now things will never change. R. H Loeb Jr.
states that abusers become “hooked” on using children for sexual arousal. (3) Many of these felons just can’t change mentally. The consequences of abuse are widespread, devastating, and can last a lifetime. Because of this insufferable malfeasance innocent lives are ruined.
Although it is very difficult to heal, with much therapy it i conceivable. An unidentified survivor speaks to abusers, ” You have no idea how much of an impact your actions have on a child, how it can absolutly devi state a person’s life, and how much work it takes to reverse the damage done, it will change that child forever. I hope and I pray you will not repeat your actions.” (1) Somebody ruined this woman’s life, but she stayed strong and got through it. The fact is that not all people are that strong. Many people will never reverse the damage done. I believe if you can be so bitter to take a life you shall be able to give your life up.
I believe in an eye for an eye. Canada’s jail system is a joke, murderers can be set free. In Canada they say that it’s a free country and capital punishment is too severe. Yet how is Canada free if we can’t even feel safe in the presence of our own home. As of 1976, unless you murder a policeman or prison guard on duty the death sentence doesn’t even exist. (2) Basically, Canada is claiming that one police officer is more consequential than thousands of innocent children.
Before 1976 you could be punished to death for treason and rape, now not even murderers recieve capital punishment. (2) I feel that if these sex offenders see that someone recieved the death penalty for child sexual abuse, they would get terrified and stop. We ” ve been letting this go on for far to long now. Something must be done with our laws to punish people appropriately. Capital punishment is in order. R.
DefinitionCapital punishment, also known as the death penalty, is the execution (killing) of a convicted criminal by the state, as punishment for crimes known as capital crimes or capital offences.MethodsThere are five methods of execution: Lethal Injection, Electrocution, Lethal Gas, Firing Squad and Hanging.Lethal Injection:When this method is used, the condemned person is usually bound to a ...
H Loeb Jr. states in Crime and Capital Punishment that “sex offenders have a psychological disturbance called Kleptomania,” (3) and that it isn’t the sex offenders fault for his appalling actions. That is just like saying Hitler isn’t responsible for murdering all those innocent jewish people. If you are old enough and stable enough to be able to sexually abuse a child, then you are old enough and stable enough to take responsibility for our own actions. Every person in this world is taught what is right and what is wrong from when they are small.
These sex offenders aren’t the victims of this harrowing offence, the children on the other hand are. Another argument people may have is false accusations, but there are more children out there that have been abused than the false reports. Child sex offenders are repulsive, distorted, and perverted felons. I soundly conclude that these criminals should be penalised accurately.
Capital punishment, I genuinely feel is the only way to terminate this malfeasance. Just imagine that entire time one little incapable child could have had a happy life growing up. However, it doesn’t have to be that way any longer. We hold the capability to demolish this felony in the palm of our hands, let’s do it now. (1) stop it now. web (2) Gendreau, Paul 1988 (3) R.
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