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One Virginia State Senator thinks he has the perfect solution for the state’s budget blues: castration.
Virginia is one of 20 states with a civil commitment program, keeping sex offenders in custody after they have been released from prison to receive psychiatric treatment. The program used to cost the state about $3 million a year but now costs about $24 million a year. State Senator Emmett Hanger thinks castration would be an effective way to drastically cut those costs.
Mary Devoy, founder of Reform Sex Offender Laws of Virginia is taken aback by the idea, saying...
“When abuse and mutilation of a human being is presented as an acceptable alternative to responsible treatment and housing for those deemed as sexually violent predators there exists a fault of reason.”
Even though the bill would only allow the state to conduct studies on the effectiveness of a castration policy, bloggers at The American Prospect says its risky for the government to make the final decision about an irreversible surgical procedure.
“Sure, (the Republican Party) might oppose government efforts to alleviate poverty or guarantee health insurance, but when it comes to the power of life and death--or at least personal autonomy--they trust that the government will make the right choice in every circumstance.”
However, while castration is a jarring concept, Cincinnati’s WKRC says Virginia isn’t the first state to consider it for sex offenders.
“Eight other states do allow some form of castration for sex offenders. But only Louisiana and Texas allow physical castration. California was the first state to allow sex offenders to be chemically castrated. That was in 1996.”
Hanger proposed a similar bill in 2007 which passed through the state legislature but was vetoed by then Governor Tim Kaine. The Daily Press thinks Virginia’s new governor, Bob McDonnell, may be key in passing this bill.
“Now it's back. This time, under a conservative governor who I bet is less likely to flinch. Especially since Gov. Bob McDonnell just had to ask for $70 million to cover the civil commitment program for the next two years.”
Hanger believes the idea of castration is not at all radical and will get at the root the a sexual predator's drive to assault.
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