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Aaron Collis, who bribed an 18-month-old boy with candy before abusing her, is said to believe that undergoing impulse control treatment is the only way he will be released. Around 120 s*x offenders in Britain voluntarily undergo chemical castration, according to reports.

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Aaron Collis, 34, was jailed in 2009 after committing s*x crimes against 18-month-old boys. The former gardener believes that treatment is the only way out for him, reports Der Spiegel.

The controversial treatment costs a minimum of £ 20,000 and lasts three to five years.

At a recent parole hearing, the evil Collis was denied his release and was taken to open prison.

In court documents, he reportedly called for a review, saying: “The Council … should have postponed review of the [Collis] case involving drugs to control s*xual arousal.”

Drug’s effectiveness in reducing s*xual arousal

 

However, officials said there was no evidence of the drug’s effectiveness in reducing s*xual arousal.

In 2014 it was reported that Cambridge’s Collis first asked authorities to allow him to be castrated.

He had claimed that the treatment, which is supposed to reduce libido and s*xual activity, would be the only thing that could prevent him from abusing the children again.

The pervert at the time claimed that the rehabilitation and treatment programs for sex offenders “didn’t make a little difference.”

In a letter to the prison daily Inside Time, he wrote: “I only speak for myself because I know my own mind, I know my own triggers, and the SOTP [S * x Offender Treatment Program] alone does not reduce my risk. “”

Collis said he spoke with medical experts but was unsuccessful, the email reported.

He added, “I thought you were going to risk losing my libido, but I was wrong.”

“Everybody seems to be trying to convince me not to do it and they tell me that I’m young and that I don’t have to be.

“Well I’m sorry but it’s my disorganized body and brain that’s dangerous and it’s my choice.”

Chemical castration is not uncommon in the UK. In 2012, dozens of s*x offenders volunteered to use drugs to suppress their libido during a pilot at HMP Whatton in Notts.

The drug lowers his testosterone levels to those of a prepubescent boy over a period of three months, but then begins to decline.

In 2009, Cambridge Crown Court overheard Collis using candy to induce sexual activity in a young child and filmed some of the attacks.

Judge Gareth Hawkesworth said at the time: “These were heinous and heinous crimes that any reasonable member of society can hardly understand.”

After seven years indefinitely, Collis was detained under the Mental Health Act and taken to a safe hospital.

But Collis is said to have developed close relationships with the parents of his victims before abusing their children while they were alone, a court heard. Det Con Jo Crisall of Cambridgeshire Police said in 2012: “We now know of 22 victims and the new sentence Collis has received reflects the seriousness of her crimes. “Their crimes have caused lasting trauma and consequences for their victims and their families and I hope they can find some comfort in the fact that justice has been served.” Earlier this year, a pedophile teacher convicted of abusing his students begged to trade prison time for chemical castration so he could continue to raise his daughter.

 

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Ibrar Hussain is the USA Today Bestselling author of 6 novels, including The Dig, A Warm Place to Call Home (a demon’s story), and Exigency. He lives in Northern California with “the wife,” “the kids,” “the dog,” “that cat,” and he occasionally wears pants. His latest release, RETURN, is the third book in his #1 bestselling Matt Turner series.

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