Friday, April 16, 2010

'Supervising' Child Molesters

According to a story in the London-based Daily Telegraph,
Adrian Child, the director of Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service (CSAS), told The Tablet that communities were better protected when the Church was able to supervise known abusers and manage their behaviour after the completion of their sentence.
Er, wouldn't it be safer still to have them supervised by prison guards? Whatever happened to the idea of locking people up forever for heinous criminal offenses? PC'd into oblivion, I guess.

1 comment:

Ted Amadeus said...

My idea of "supervising" a child-molesting sodomite, especially a repeat offender with a backward collar that's been shuffled around by fellow pederasts in a religious hierarchy, is a .50 caliber round between its eyes.
Politically incorrect, but effective.