Aversion to crime used to treat sex offenders - 1987-02-09

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F15.png Aversion to crime used to treat sex offenders February 9, 1987, Cynthia Mayer, St. Petersburg Times

"Behavioral modification is treating people as if they were trainable animals," says Arthur Krowitz of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, a group affiliated with the Church of Scientology. "It totally goes against the spiritual nature of human beings."

The Gainesville inmates don't see it that way.

"I'm the one locked up, so I must be wrong," says Ben, the child molester.


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