The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil,
but because of those who look on and do nothing.

~~~ Albert Einstein

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Treatment won't work?

OMMFG. I do believe that for one the very few times ever- a a psychologist and member of the state's Sexual Offender Assessment Board actually might have looked at a pervert, and saw them for just what they really are. Untreatable, and a danger to society for as long as they live.

He testified that Kauffman exhibited a longtime pattern of seeking adolescents for sexual interaction - a disorder for which "no successful treatment" exists. He said Kauffman formed relationships that involved invitations to his house, where alcohol was served, "for the purpose of sexual victimization."

I wonder how long it will take them to figure out just how many perverts who fit that bill have already been released into society- on the false pretense that this 'sugar pill' they call treatment actually works.

Timothy Brian Kauffman, 40, of Coatesville, pleaded guilty to involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and corruption of minors, stemming from a series of illicit encounters he had with boys ranging in age from 15 to 17 from 1998 through 2006.

Addressing Chester County Court Judge Anthony A. Sarcione, Kauffman apologized to the victims, his family and the community. In attendance were his mother, Dawn Jones, and his sister, Sheree Pealor.

Kauffman described himself as "an open-hearted, kind and caring person" who devoted himself to helping others, beginning at age 14 when he joined a fire company and continuing through his military service in the Persian Gulf war, and his award-filled paramedic work, which included Brandywine Hospital, Uwchlan Ambulance and the Parkesburg Fire Company.

Of course, despite the fact that they have already come out and pretty much admitted that he'll never stop, he's only been sentenced to 10 to 20 years, making him anywhere between 50 and 60 when he gets out.