Supreme Court Says Sex Offenders Can Be Kept Indefinitely

17 May

by Dr. Boyce Watkins

The United State Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the federal government has the right and power to keep sex offenders incarcerated after they’ve served their sentences. To keep him/her, the government must prove that the the offender may be "sexually dangerous" in the future.

"The federal government, as custodian of its prisoners, has the constitutional power to act in order to protect nearby (and other) communities from the danger such prisoners may pose," Justice Stephen Breyer wrote in the opinion for the majority.The primary plantiff in the case, Graydon Comstock, was certified to be dangerous six days before his prison term was set to end. Comstock had been arrested for processing child pornography and was filing suit with other inmates at the Butner Federal Correctional Complex in North Carolina.


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One Response to “Supreme Court Says Sex Offenders Can Be Kept Indefinitely”

  1. Afrodesia May 18, 2010 at 4:57 am #

    Bloody well about time! If a death sentence can’t be carried out on all child rapist then life in prison certainly works for me. Death to all child molesters and rapist.

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