Reply To: NARSOL asks CA Dept. of Correction to cease sex offender discrimination

Timothy L Davis

Very correct NASOL. Adding 30 lashes per day to persons sentence, when no judge ordered such punishment, and no others are subjected to such punishment, would be easily understood as wrong. There is no difference. Also, thinking about it, it is counter productive concept of correction and rehabilitation. I understand we are talking here about life sentences. But, may I suggest we think along the lines of a person given a life sentence and a court reducing that sentence at later date. Has the person that committed the sex offense or the public been served? Why is consensual, age appropriate sex, within the laws that apply to everyone else, not acceptable to someone that has committed a sex offense? Someone explain to me why that should not be the goal.