Sex Offenders Should Be Abolished Essay

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The Number One People Who Should Rot in Prison Sex offenders are disgusting people who should spend the rest of their life rotting in a cell. They deserve the most rigorous and cruel sentences, because not only do they rape innocent people, but sometimes they even go as far as murdering them. There have been laws passed cracking down on sex offenders. One of the most important is the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA), which gives punishment depending on the level of the crime. Congress should still be harder on sex offenders, not even allowing them to choose where they reside or work. Letting them live in public places where children socialize is begging them to relapse. Sex offenders relapsing would just lead to …show more content…
SORNA also works to make registered sex offender records more easily accessible to public. Whether people are checking to see if sex offenders reside around them or to know the surroundings of their children when they go to school. This is a good resource to have for parents and these records should be public so everyone is aware of their area. Sex offenders must make appearances periodically, register as a sex offender, and put extensive information about themselves. Not only must they do all these things, but they too must put where they reside, work, and/or go to school. SORNA is helping to get victims have peace of mind by getting rid of these people behind bars for a long time. There still needs to be more done, if sex offenders could do this to a young child then they shouldn’t be allowed to live a normal life or get the minimum sentence. When people think of a sex offender they think of the stereotypical old pedophile, but this isn’t the case at all there are sex offenders of every race, sex, and age. Previously Rikki Salzman only got house arrest and probation while a man sentenced for sex with a minor was sentenced twenty three years of prison and fifteen years of probation. These sick men and women should get a harsh sentence, but women seem to get the minimum in everything. Salzman contacted her victim over twenty five times and still her maximum sentence is nine

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