OK'd for transfer, but going nowhere

  • Article by: LARRY OAKES , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 10, 2008 - 4:35 PM

Mike Meyer remains locked up after completing all required treatment for sex offenders. An official rejected a recommendation for transfer as "premature."

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joyce2300Jun. 18, 08 1:48 PM

This article says these facts raise the question, "Is MSOP really mental health treatment, or just permanent incarceration?" REALLY?!?! That's the question? When the 35W bridge collapsed, did we ask if it was a good thing? http://www.jtrepp.blogspot.com

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sara123123Jun. 23, 08 1:32 PM

For adults who have a sexual attraction to children, that is their sexual orientation. If you can not change a homosexual to not be attracted to the same sex for sex, you can not change the sexual orientation of a child molestor. That is why they reoffend and can not be cured. That is why they must be kept in prison for life for the damage they do to the children they molest has to be the main concern of the public and the state.

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itsforrealMar. 28, 11 2:10 PM

the long and short of it is that MSOP is a money pit. Our tax dollars would be better spent with electronic tracking and ISR. Far less expensive!!

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