US Prison Bureau Suppresses Study Linking Child Pornography to Child Molesters
By Peter J. Smith
July 20, 2007
(LifeSiteNews.com) - The Federal Prison Bureau has a new study indicating that 85% of convicted consumers of child pornography may have sexually molested a child. However the New York Times reports that the federal agency has suppressed the publication of the report out of concern that the public will misinterpret its conclusions.
The Times reports that the unpublished research was conducted by psychologists at the Federal Bureau of Prisons and that it constitutes the first in-depth survey of online sexual offenders' history - everything from indecent touching to rape - done by prison therapists who were actively performing treatment. the rest