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  • #46
    Originally posted by Haliaeetus View Post
    Giving them to various scientific institutions as human test subjects is better than just killing them. That way at least the society would have some use of them.
    Anti-paedophilia is the point where /pol or TRS edgelordism seeps over into the mainstream.

    Originally posted by Huginn ok Muninn View Post
    [FONT=Georgia][SIZE=3]Firstly, what sort of "market" is there for child pornography? Can you "buy" this anywhere? If so, why would anyone do this? Every sort of depravity is available free on the internet, so most people in possession of it probably got it without enriching the original abuser.
    Child pornography was, around 2000 or so, purchasable on mainstream pornographic sites though now it is underground on the onion services.

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    • #47
      Hmm... looks like those who try to make money at this do get caught. I don't see how they could really get away with it, since they are open for business to anyone, including, potentially, law enforcement. In addition, there is the money trail which is damning. I agree that people who sell this stuff should suffer severe penalties depending upon the content. People who can be proven to pay specifically for this content should also be charged, but mere possession, as I said before, is problematic and could easily be used to frame people. There is also the issue of shared computers. Suppose some 12 year old shows off on a webcam on his family computer. Should he be executed too, or should his parents who knew nothing about it? I think you can prosecute something that is clear rape and exploitation for commercial gain, but dragging some kid with raging hormones out into the street and executing him or her is out of hand. Sounds like something ISIS would do.
      Most people think as they are trained to think, and most people make a majority.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Huginn ok Muninn View Post
        Hmm... looks like those who try to make money at this do get caught. I don't see how they could really get away with it, since they are open for business to anyone, including, potentially, law enforcement. In addition, there is the money trail which is damning. I agree that people who sell this stuff should suffer severe penalties depending upon the content. People who can be proven to pay specifically for this content should also be charged, but mere possession, as I said before, is problematic and could easily be used to frame people. There is also the issue of shared computers. Suppose some 12 year old shows off on a webcam on his family computer. Should he be executed too, or should his parents who knew nothing about it? I think you can prosecute something that is clear rape and exploitation for commercial gain, but dragging some kid with raging hormones out into the street and executing him or her is out of hand. Sounds like something ISIS would do.
        Nobody is talking about dragging people into the streets and putting bullets in their head without due process. Sure there should be a legal trail and things like that and take into the account of young people making mistakes and such. However, I would venture to say that if an adult has these things on the computer and has a collection of it they should be done away with. The best way to rid a society of these perverts in to brake the chain so to speak and do it publically. The same goes for child molesters. We used to hang and behead criminals in public and why exactly have we gotten away from that? Have we become too soft and things are now out of control? There was an old saying that said "spare the rod, spoil the child" perhaps we should take these old saying into account.
        Life is like a fire hydrant- sometimes you help people put out their fires, but most of the time you just get peed on by every dog in the neighborhood.sigpic

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        • #49
          200 years is decent enough, but in some ways unfair to taxpayers. Because now taxpayers are forced to pay to feed, house and provide free medical care & gym access to this scum for the rest of his life.

          A more fair punishment might be perhaps a beating (brutal, but non-fatal), and then ankle bracelet monitoring and intense probation for the rest of his life. The state should also have the authority to brand the word "Pedophile" into the face of such people. That way everyone can instantly be on high alert around them. Kids can be taught to recognize and avoid them.

          This is, of course, for being found guilty of child porn possession. For those who actually do harm children - and there is sufficient proof of it - the penalty should be death.

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          • #50
            I don't think possession should be criminal. Possession is easy to produce, both intentional and unintentional. For example, we cannot control the content that may be accidentally downloaded to our drive, even to a temporary folder by opening a malicious email with an unknown attachment. Not to mention that if the government doesn't like you, they can plant some child pornography and accuse you of that.
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            • #51
              This is one crime I will never understand. How anyone could molest a child is beyond me. They must be truly sick, or just plain evil individuals for them to to even think of doing such a horrible thing.

              I can't think of a punishment too severe for these vile creatures.

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              • #52
                Prison

                I read a short explanation of the type of porn pictures, which involved children, adults and animal scenes in the photos. He deserves 5-10 years in prison for supporting sexually exploitative materials of unknown origin, but sex offenders who cause actual physical damage do not even get these lengthy sentences, more likely 3-12 years for solid convictions. He deserves to be fired from his teacher job too.

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                • #53
                  I think a father who holds his daughter's hand while crossing the street should be immolated to death with flamethrowers, but only if it makes a passing cat lady "feel uncomfortable."
                  Most people think as they are trained to think, and most people make a majority.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Bayreuther View Post
                    I read a short explanation of the type of porn pictures, which involved children, adults and animal scenes in the photos. He deserves 5-10 years in prison for supporting sexually exploitative materials of unknown origin, but sex offenders who cause actual physical damage do not even get these lengthy sentences, more likely 3-12 years for solid convictions. He deserves to be fired from his teacher job too.
                    Indeed. I'm not in favor of prison sentences anyway.
                    I support as punishments:
                    - Restitution
                    - Corporal Beating
                    - Forced Labour
                    - Banishment
                    - Executions (as last resort)

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                    • #55
                      I would give 3-4 year for the downloaders, 10 years for the dealers and capital punishment for the makers.

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                      "Remember that, even when those who move you be kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, "But I was told by others to do thus,"or that virtue "was not convenient at the time." This will not suffice."
                      /King Baldwin IV in the Kingdom of Heaven/

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                      • #56
                        This is a bit difficult. I do think the possession of child pornography should be illegal, but there is the problem, that there are ways to hack the computer of somebody and put child pornography on their computer and the person knows nothing about it. Of course, these people are innocent and shouldn't be punished. However, people who have millions of child porn images on their computer are not very likely to have them by accident. They should be punished.

                        I personally am of the opinion that the punishment for possessing child pornography should depend on what is visible on the images. If someone has photographs or videos of actual rapes of children, I would punish that way more harshly than if someone just possesses pictures of "modeling" or "posing" children who are naked but aren't touched or raped or something. I would make the punishment dependant on what actual harm to children is visible on the pictures.

                        Pornography that includes actual rape should be illegal anyway, also if it contains only adults and no children.

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                        • #57
                          Possession of child pornography should be punishable by both castration and life in prison

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