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p3_top.jpgWow! I mean, wowowowowowo ouch. Bobby James Allen, a confessed rapist hailing from the great state of Florida, has agreed to a very interesting plea deal. Facing life in prison for three counts of armed sexual battery, as well as a few other counts, Allen has agreed to part ways with Tom & Harry in exchange for a 25-year prison sentence.

Yeah. Allen’s gonna get his nuts lopped off. A judge, who is very creative with his sentencing, has agreed to the plea, so long as Allen has his testicles removed in the next eight days.

“You understand that this procedure is the removal of your testicles?” the judge asked Allen.

And Allen was all like, “Bring on the knife.”

Hmph. He’ll still have to serve every day of the 25-year-prison sentence, and when he gets out he’ll be a castrated old man who will still have to register as a sex offender. But, you can pretty much guarantee — unless he’s got superhero powers of regeneration — that he won’t be much of a threat anymore. And he should have a helluva falsetto, if the prison choir is looking.

But that’s not even the best castration story of the day! In Oklahoma City, where they take their college football really fucking seriously, a Texan man made the mistake of going to a bar wearing a Texas Longhorns T-Shirt. They don’t like the Longhorns in Oklahoma (or anywhere else in the South, save Texas). So, when the Texas fan, Brian Christopher Thomas, went to go pay his tab, Oklahoma fan Allen Michael Beckett started a little trash talking. And before you know, Beckett had grabbed Thomas by the crotch.

When the two men were separated, Thomas looked down and realized the extent of his injuries.
”He could see both of his testicles hanging on the outside of his body,” said Thomas’ attorney, Carl Hughes. ”He was wearing a pair of white shorts, which made it that much worse.”
It took more than 60 stitches to close the wound.
Beckett’s attorney, Billy Bock, said it was just good-natured ribbing and that his client apologized to Thomas. Later, Bock said Thomas approached his client and threatened him.

Good-natured ribbing?

Stay away from Oklahoma.

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Is he going to be able to find a doctor willing to castrate him for a non-medical reason, let alone within eight days?

Pssh...that should be the standard punishment anyway.

Good-natured ribbing?

Stay away from Oklahoma.

Only if you are a Texas fan.

I think you guys are confused about what castration does to a grown man. It is still possible for a man who's gone through regular puberty to achieve erection through testosterone produced in the adrenal glands. All castration will do is prevent the police from EVER getting DNA evidence off this guy if he rapes again. This is a medical misconception that has to be changed in the mind of the public, especially if this is going to become a standard legal punishment.

The crime should be considered a hate crime...it is no different than a person attacking another for the color of their skin. I hope they lock up this piece of trash and throw away the key. All I have to say is he better stay the fu=* out of Texas otherwise he will get what is coming to his sorry Okie A$$
May he rot in hell...and I had to censor myself from saying what I really feel.

mike's remark is misleading. the most reliable medical studies, of those who receive bilateral orchidectomies (aka. castration) for treatment of prostate cancer, place the chance of retaining any sexual funtion is 10%. i.e. sexual extinction within weeks for 90%. it is a barbaric and ineffective punishment. rape is about power, not sex. if his penis doesn't work, he might use a baseball bat or a knife instead. there is also the fact, again reflected by medical studies, that full function (aside from fertility [and dna]) can be restored via HRT. This is a judge abusing their power for their own (rather revolting) emotional satisfaction.