Although the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Kansas’ sexual predator treatment program in 1997, new court rulings and a state audit could lead to changes that would allow more to leave the program.
Although the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Kansas’ sexual predator treatment program in 1997, new court rulings and a state audit could lead to changes that would allow more to leave the program. Rick Nease Detroit Free Press
Although the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Kansas’ sexual predator treatment program in 1997, new court rulings and a state audit could lead to changes that would allow more to leave the program. Rick Nease Detroit Free Press

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January 16, 2016 5:03 PM

The most common way to leave Kansas’ sexual predator program is to die

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