Do you want to know a secret about sexual psychopaths? They're not the ones committing most of the sex crimes.
There is no cure and no way out. So why does the state spend more than $20 million a year to treat 179 former sex offenders?
Phillips families were already worried about the parolees next door. Then the headless corpse turned up.
At the Minnesota sexual psychopathic personality treatment center, they lock up men who are dangerous--or unlucky--enough to be tabbed menaces to society even after they've done their prison time