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How can one feel that treatment for such a horrendous crime is effective if the perpetrator never shows any remorse for the acts they committed?
The running theme throughout the article is that those who engage in pedophilia, should not be treated as criminals, but as victims themselves, despite the fact that potentially half of them will victimize another child in the near future, and even those who complete the treatment were no more likely so show remorse for those they abused.
Researchers of the study noted that sex offenders who completed the therapy were not any more likely to show empathy toward their past victims.However, the issue in question is whether or not that treatment actually works, and most importantly, whether or not treatment can be, or should be, used in place of a correctional facility, as the author dangerously advocates.A 2004 study published in the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, which included 109 convicted sex offenders who completed therapy and 37 who dropped out, showed that the “non-completers,” were in fact more likely to commit another sexual crime.The author goes as far as to label the crime a “disability,” with potential discrimination thereof.The writer makes the claim that the laws currently in place in the US are, “inconsistent and irrational,” and argues that these child molesters should be sent for treatment, as opposed to serving prison time for their heinous acts against the most defenseless of us all.
This, in the opinion of some, shows a willingness to complete the therapy so as to move past it, but not with the intention to get better.