Various punishments are being considered for making sex offenders, especially against children, deterring from their actions. One of the options that emerged was the punishment of the wives against the perpetrators of sexual crimes against children (pedophile).
Chemical emasculated is not the same as the general process of walnut. If the nectar is performed by surgery intended to cut off the testicles or ovaries in an attempt to sterilize, then the chemistry is chemically inserted in the body. Chemical emasculated is designed to reduce sexual arousal and sexual activity (hormonal weakening).
For in Indonesia, the option of punishment for the perpetrators of sexual crimes is still a discourse. But in some countries, the punishment of the hazel has been in effect, even for a long time.
Here are the countries in the world that enforce the punishment of the wicked for the perpetrators of sexual crimes:
United States of America
The state of California is the first US state to impose chemical penalties for child sex offenders. California’s punishment in California applied since 1996.
Whereas in the state of Florida, the punishment of emasculated has been in effect since 1997. Other states are Georgia, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Oregon, Texas and Wisconsin.
In some of these states, chemical punishment can be done depending on the court’s decision, for the first crime. However, for the second criminal act, the penalty is forcibly imposed on the perpetrators of sexual crimes.
In principal, the US state authorities declare that the punishment of righteousness is appropriate to the perpetrators of sexual crimes against children.
The Polish government passed a regulation governing the punishment of a child against child sex offenses since 2009. However, the regulation has been in effect since 2010. The application of the law in Poland was carried out by force against perpetrators who have been found guilty by the court.
Beginning in mid-2012, the Moldovan government begins to enforce the punishment of candor for child sex offenders. But this punishment has been criticized by Amnesty International and is called inhuman treatment.
Amnesty International calls that every crime must be punished in a manner consistent with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Estonian government began imposing chemical penalties on sex offenders beginning in 2012. The then Estonian Minister of Justice, Christian Michal, stated that chemical penalties will be given through treatment to suppress libido of sex offenders.
Estonian punishment is primarily imposed on pedophile offenders (perpetrators of sexual deviance of young children).
It is not known for certain since the Israeli government ship enforced the punishment of the elderly for child sex offenders. But local media Haaretz reported two child sex offenders who agreed to undergo chemical punishment in May 2009.
The punishment is applied voluntarily, so there must be a willingness of the perpetrator to run it. At that time, the two actors who are brothers willing to undergo treatment to suppress their libido in order to prevent them commit the same crime in the future.
Before serving the sentence, both actors have served prison sentences first.
Argentine punishment has just been imposed in a province of Mendoza since 2010. Given the rule passed by decree by the provincial government, any perpetrators of sexual crimes or rapists in Mendoza are subject to chemical penalties.
Punishment in Mendoza Province is voluntary in order not to violate Argentine international or constitutional law. A total of 11 convicted cases of rape in Mendoza agreed to undergo chemical penalties.
In addition, by willing to undergo punishment, the perpetrators of sexual crimes are also rewarded for the relief of the prison sentences they must undergo.
Chemical penalties in Australia are applicable in some states, including Western Australia, Queensland, and Victoria.
In 2010, a child perpetrators of repeatedly enslaved sexual offenses in North Queensland were again on trial for feeling and kissing underage girls. This man has been undergoing chemical punishment before, by voluntarily receiving treatment to reduce his libido.
Then in 2012, two sex offenders in Victoria agreed to undergo chemical sentence, through treatment to reduce their libido.
Beginning in July 2011, the South Korean government granted permission to judges in the country to impose chemical punishment on child sex offenders. The punishment order is coordinated by the commission of the Ministry of Justice of South Korea.
For the first time, in May 2012, a sex offender who repeatedly commits the same crime, Park became the first person to be sentenced to chemistry, but by the South Korean Justice Ministry’s commission. At that time, Park was found guilty of four counts of rape of underage girls.
Then in January 2013, a 31-year-old man was found guilty of a sexual crime and sentenced to 15 years in prison, as well as a chemical punishment. The …Read More