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WE DO NOT CHARGE A FEE FOR OUR SERVICES
The entire purpose of theis Act is to ensure our children are safe and properly hold those accountable to the fullest extend. HASTE has contacted several representatives such as Rep. Bob Gibb and Rep. Nino Vitale among others and they were not interested in speaking with us. Some didn't have the decency to contact us back while others stated they had no interest.
HASTE will continue to find a representative in Ohio that will at least sit down with us and discuss this Act. We will not give up. The more representatives we find that truly have no interest in making Ohio children safer, only proves they have no concern for our children and should be a clear sign of where you stand with them.
The purpose and intent of this title are to ensure that children are safe, secure and protected against crimes perpetrated against them within the State of Ohio by ensuring those that have been indicted and convicted of the succeeding crimes against a child will never receive nor will be eligible for plea deals, appeals or parole. Convicted sex offenders will be required to utilize a restricted license plate similar to ORC 4511.19(G)(4). Moreover, assets from convicted sex offenders shall be liquidated with 100% of the proceeds being restituted to the victim(s). Convicted sex offenders with a tendency for recidivism, shall receive life in prison without parole.
Should a crime against a child be committed by a minor, in accordance to ORC 2907.04, said minor who committed the crime shall be placed in juvenile detention, receive a mental health assessment with the parent(s) of said child being required to restitute the victim(‘s) parent(s) in any and all medical bills accrued as a result of the crime committed, be it mental counseling, physical therapy or medical attention.
This title is intended to promote the safety and well-being for all children within the State of Ohio regardless of ethnicity, race, creed, political and religious affiliations, gender or disabilities from their birth to eighteen years of age. This title is intended for any and all persons regardless of ethnicity, race, creed, political and religious affiliations, gender, age, socio-economic status or disabilities who engage in the succeeding crimes against a child;
Kidnapping, abduction, unlawful restraint, criminal child enticement, coercion, rape, sexual battery, unlawful sexual contact with a minor, gross sexual imposition, sexual imposition, importuning, voyeurism, public indecency, child sex trafficking, child abuse, child molestation, statutory rape, statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, corruption of minors, indecent assault, possession of child pornography, distribution of child pornography, underage prostitution, supervisory indecent liberties with a minor, electronic solicitation of a minor, organ harvesting, adrenochrome harvesting, child slave trade, human trafficking, murder, filicide, child neglect, medical neglect, dependent, abandonment or the unlawful use of recreational and prescription drug use.
This title shall exclude all survivors of human trafficking that were coerced, forced or subjected to participate in the aforementioned crimes against a child with further exceptions as per Ohio Senate Bill 4. Said survivors will be required to participate in mental health treatment as mental health issues will obviously arise from these traumatic experiences. This exception only applies to survivors described in this section.
Child or children refer to minors that are under the age of eighteen.
Safe and secure refers to being free from danger, injury or death.
Protected refers to being defended.
Atrocities refers to kidnapping, abduction, unlawful restraint, criminal child enticement, coercion, rape, sexual battery, unlawful sexual contact with a minor, gross sexual imposition, sexual imposition, importuning, voyeurism, public indecency, child sex trafficking, child abuse, child molestation, statutory rape, statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, corruption of minors, indecent assault, indecent exposure, possession of child pornography, distribution of child pornography, underage prostitution, supervisory indecent liberties with a minor, electronic solicitation of a minor, organ harvesting, adrenochrome use, child slave trade, human trafficking, murder, filicide, child neglect, medical neglect, dependent, abandonment or illegal and prescription drug use.
Promote refers to contributing to the safety, well-being, growth and prosperity of a child.
Ethnicity refers to a particular cultural, class, affiliation or group of people.
Race refers to a class or kind of people unified by shared interests, habits, or characteristics.
Creed refers to a set of fundamental beliefs.
Political affiliation refers to the state or relation of being closely associated or affiliated with a particular political party.
Religious affiliation refers to the state or relation of being closely associated or affiliated with a particular religious belief system.
Gender refers to both males and females.
Disabilities refer to a physical, mental, cognitive, or developmental condition that impairs, interferes with, or limits a person's ability to engage in certain tasks or actions or participate in typical daily activities and interactions.
Coerce refers to achieve by force or threat.
Forced refers to the capacity to persuade or convince.
Subjected refers to one that is placed under authority or control.
Participate refers to taking part in an act.
Kidnapping refers to seizing and carrying away a person by force or fraud, or seizing and detaining a person against his or her will with the intent to carry that person away at a later time.
Abduction refers to the act of restraining another through the use or threat of deadly force or through fraudulent persuasion. The requisite restraint generally requires that the abductor intend to prevent the liberation of the abductee. Some states require that the abductee be a minor or that the abductor intend to subject the abductee to prostitution or illicit sexual activity.
Unlawful restraint refers to when one person knowingly and intentionally restrains another person without that person's consent and without legal justification.
Criminal child enticement refers to an act or conduct, or an attempt or conspiracy to commit such conduct that would constitute a criminal sexual offense against a child under state or federal laws.
Coercion refers to compel the individual to do some act against his or her will by the use of psychological pressure, physical force, or threats.
Rape refers to the commission of unlawful sexual intercourse or unlawful sexual intrusion.
Sexual battery refers to the act of intentionally or recklessly engaging in, or causing, offensive or unwanted sexual contact with a person’s body.
Unlawful sexual contact with a minor refers to a person motivated by sexual gratification intentionally has sexual contact with another person who is less than a certain age or whose ability to consent is impaired, or causes the victim to have sexual contact with the person or a third person.
Gross sexual imposition refers to anyone who has sexual contact with a person that is not their spouse, causes someone else to engage in sexual behavior with them, or causes two or more people to engage in sexual behavior when the offender purposefully influences another person to submit through force or threat of force, the offender significantly impairs the judgment or control of someone else in order to prevent resistance through the use of a drug through means of deception, force or threat of force, the offender is aware that the judgment or control of someone else is significantly impaired from a drug that has been given to a person through their permission from surgery or another medical treatment, the other person involved in the offense is under 13 years old or the offender had knowledge the other person’s ability to resist or consent is significantly impaired from a mental or physical condition or elderly age.
Sexual imposition refers to a person shall not have sexual contact with another, not the spouse of the offender or cause another, not the spouse of the offender to have sexual contact with the offender or cause two or more other persons to have sexual contact when any of the following applies:
· The offender knows that the sexual contact is offensive to the other person, or one of the other persons, or is reckless in that regard
· The offender knows that the other person's ability to understand the nature of or control the offender's or touching person's conduct is substantially impaired
· The offender knows that submission by the other person, or one of the other persons is because they are unaware of the sexual contact
· The other person, or one of the other persons, is thirteen years of age or older but less than sixteen years of age. Offender’s knowledge of the age of such person is immaterial. The offender should be at least eighteen years of age and four or more years older than such other person.
· The offender is a mental health professional, the other person or one of the other persons is a mental health client or patient of the offender and the offender induces the other person who is the client or patient to submit by falsely representing that the sexual contact is necessary for mental health treatment purposes.
Importuning refers to a person tries to solicit a person who is less than thirteen years of age to engage in sexual activity with the offender, whether or not the offender knows the age of such person.
Voyeurism refers to a person who engages in unlawful surveillance of a minor.
Public indecency refers to acts involving nudity or sexual activity in view of the public, often with the intent to shock, offend, or arouse.
Child sex trafficking refers to human trafficking which involves reproductive slavery or commercial sexual exploitation. It includes the transportation of persons by means of coercion, deception and/or force into exploitative and slavery-like conditions, and is commonly associated with organized crime.
Child abuse refers to physical, sexual, or emotional mistreatment or neglect of a child.
Child molestation refers to sexual acts with children up to the age of 18 years of age.
Statutory rape refers to sexual intercourse with a person who is below the statutory age of consent.
Statutory sexual assault refers to having sex with someone less than 16 years of age.
Involuntary deviate sexual intercourse refers to a person engaging in deviate sexual intercourse with a complainant by forcible compulsion.
Corruption of minors refers to inducing people below the age of consent to engage in sexual activity.
Indecent assault refers to an offensive sexual act or series of acts exclusive of rape committed against another person without consent.
Possession of child pornography refers to possessing pornography that exploits children for sexual stimulation.
Distribution of child pornography refers to transportation or production of child pornography.
Underage prostitution refers to the prostitution involving a child, and it is a form of commercial sexual exploitation of children.
Supervisory indecent liberties with a minor refers to the liberties that are taken in the physical presence of the child, but physical contact is not required. Exposing one's private parts to a child with sexual intent may constitute the crime. An indecent liberty may consist of communication of indecent language.
Electronic solicitation of a minor refers to a conversation with a minor and during the course of the conversation; the defendant asks or solicits the minor to meet them for the purpose of engaging in a sexual act.
Organ harvesting refers to the removal, preservation and use of human organs and tissue from the bodies of the recently deceased to be used in surgical transplants on the living.
Adrenochrome harvesting refers to a chemical compound with the molecular formula C9H9NO3. It is produced by the oxidation of adrenaline (epinephrine) in mammals. The chemical concentrates in the body during times of extreme fear and terror.
Child slave trade refers to the slavery of children below the age of majority.
Human trafficking refers to an activity in which human beings are treated as possessions to be controlled and exploited (as by being forced into prostitution or involuntary labor).
Murder refers to the killing of another person without justification or excuse, especially the crime of killing a person with malice aforethought or with recklessness manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life.
Filicide refers to the deliberate act of a parent killing their own child.
Child neglect refers to the failure to provide for the shelter, safety, supervision and nutritional needs of the child. Child neglect may be physical, educational, or emotional neglect.
Medical neglect refers to the failure to provide medical dental or psychiatric care that is necessary to prevent or treat serious physical or emotional injury or illness.
Dependent refers to a person whose support and maintenance is contingent upon the aid of another.
Abandonment refers to withdraw one’s support or help from, especially in spite of duty, allegiance or responsibility.
Unlawful use of recreational and prescription drugs refers to the use, possession or distribution of illegal drugs as well as the abuse of prescription drugs.
Section I – Effects on Children
Crimes against children are considered domestic violence as it is a means to control children through physical, sexual or emotional abuse. These events in a child’s life will affect them as an adult. According to Harvard Medical School, “risk for problems is much higher if you’ve had…adverse childhood experiences” . This includes physical abuse, sexual abuse and emotional abuse. This may likely affect the child’s behavior, enabling them to participate in risky behaviors such as drinking, smoking, drug use and increased sexual activity as a means of coping with emotional dysregulation that occurs when one has been traumatized. Moreover, when a child has experienced an aforementioned traumatic event, it promotes “confusion or hopelessness, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)”  which are extremely stressful to the body. This can increase inflammation in the body, and inflammation has been associated with a broad range of illnesses, including cardiovascular disease, arthritis, hypertension and autoimmune diseases.
Section II – Chemical/Physical Castration and Therapy
There is no scientific evidence to substantiate chemical or physical castrations are successful. Scientific studies are generally plagued by many limitations, including no pre-surgery base-rate risk for sexual recidivism, lack of a true comparison group, non-sex offenders added to the group, no baseline data regarding pre-intervention offending and offense types, small sample sizes, and/or a lack of post-surgery corroboration of deviant sexual interest. “These studies fail to take into account reasons for sexual offending outside the presence of a sex drive and testosterone” .
Physical castration involves the removal of the testes which is not a guarantee because glands other than the testes, particularly the adrenals, provide the necessary male hormones. Moreover, the 8th Amendment of the Constitution of the Unites States, states;
“Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.”
Chemical castration involves the consumption of a pill or an injection. Reducing one’s sex drive chemically will not solve the problem as it is a psychological problem and not a physical one. “Defendants who deny the perpetration of the offense; defendants who admit the perpetration of the offense, but who blame their behavior on non-sexual or non-personal forces, such as drugs, alcohol, or job stress; and defendants who are violent and appear to be prompted by non-sexual factors, such as anger, power, or violence are believed to be minimally impacted by castration of either type” .
Many claim therapy for sex offenders may help but studies show varying results due to underreporting of actual reoffending, difficulties in measurement of recidivism and the variation in the ways recidivism rates are calculated. “Sex offenders have higher rates of general recidivism than sexual recidivism. This suggests they are far more likely to reoffend for a regular crime than a sexual crime” .
1. Harvard Health Publishing, Past Trauma May Haunt Your Future Health, February 2019 https://www.health.harvard.edu/diseases-and-conditions/past-trauma-may-haunt-your-future-health
2. Psychology Today. (n.d.). Retrieved August 26, 2019, from Domestic Violence: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/domestic-violence
3. SOSEN, Castration of Sex Offenders: Off with their heads!, July 30, 2017, https://sosen.org/blog/2017/07/30/castration-of-sex-offenders-off-with-their-heads.html
5. Social Work Career, Prison Social Work: Does Sex Offender Treatment Work?, Dorlee, https://www.socialwork.career/2016/02/sex-offender-treatment.html
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