Saturday, February 17, 2018

Revised Punishments

Discuss different levels of crimes against children to see what punishments are available.

Reject the notion and subsequent laws that children are property.  They have undeveloped minds and bodies that must be valued and protected.  They are not miniature adults but dependent offspring of human beings.  Their undeveloped minds and bodies need to be nourished and nurtured. 

  1. Failure to Thrive - currently subject to state removal
  2. Neglect - currently subject to state removal
  3. Emotional Abuse
  4. Non payment of child support - a child whose parent does not support them can be held emotionally or psychologically responsible by the custodial parent or step parent)
  5. Psychological Abuse - instilling fear or terror in an undeveloped mind
  6. Child Abandonment - divorce, absent parent, foster care, lack of visitation, parent in prison or jail, parent has new family, are abandonment issues
  7. Foster care -a child in foster care feels a great sense of loss, fear, loneliness, guilt, shame, confusion, self blame, failure over issues that are not their fault
  8. Physical Abuse - physical trauma that leaves light bruises
  9. Drug addiction - removed at birth for drug addiction
  10. Bullying - what should be the punishment be for psychologically damaging another human being
  11. Physical Brutality - beating unconscious
  12. Physical Torture - continue to beat after unconsciousness
  13. Sexual Abuse - all forms of child sexual contact
  14. Sexual Brutality - causing pain and injury
  15. Sexual Torture - sexual exploitation, mind altering acts, prostitution,
  16. Child Ritual Abuse - Torture - satanic acts, sacrifice
  17. Pedophilia - sexual contact with a minor child 13 or younger
  18. Pregnancy of child 13 or younger - pedophilia
  19. Marriage of child 13 or younger - pedophilia
  20. Incest - sexual contact with a blood relative
  21. Financial Exploitation - making money off a child through illegal means
  22. Child suicide - not common in children 13 and younger but possible due to bullying or physical/sexual violations
  23. Sexual Exploitation of a child 13 or younger -  pornography, child trafficking, websites,
  24. Kidnapping - of a relative for either sexual or non sexual purpose
  25. Rape - or sexual assaultHeld as captive/bondage
  26. Prostitution - exp[osing a child to sex for money
  27. Child trafficking - for any purpose, across state lines or in/out of the country
  28. Accidental death of child - in the course of violating a child where they accidently die, such as choking on sperm, should the punishment be less severe?
  29. Intentional death of child - convicted of murder, how severe should the punihment be for the perpetrator?
  30. Planned death of child - snuff film or sacrifice, removing the child from the home

Just to name a a few crimes against children in the USA.


What punishment would fit the crime for each perpetrator?  Should family members receive a harsher sentence than a non relative or stranger or should all crimes be equal regardless of the emtional and psychological damage attached to broken trust?

  1. Parent
  2. Sibling
  3. Aunt/uncle
  4. Cousin
  5. Relative
  6. Step parent
  7. Step siblings
  8. Non kin
  9. Parents partner
  10. Babysitter
  11. Stranger (rare)





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