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Re: What makes someone pursue children/child porn? What can we do to change THAT? by Sophie-Louise on 9 February 2007 10:10pm
 
i think it can be a result of psychological trauma and these people can be treated and helped and should be. In other cases it's just plain sick. it's defining between the two above that's almost impossible.
 
Re: What makes someone pursue children/child porn? What can we do to change THAT? by tucsonmike on 10 February 2007 2:49am
 
Well here is the Wikipedia article.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_molester

Not something I can fathom. You would have to be ill to do that to a child.

As for the people who sell Child Pornography, they need to go to jail. At least in U.S. prisons, other inmates do not look kindly on them.

I remember a story my mother told. She grew up in a neighborhood where a lot of police officers lived. Well one day, they caught a child molestor. The bad guy was told he had two choices. Move out of the neighborhood or be dumped in the Canarsie marshes, never to be seen again. He moved the next day.
 
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