The State of California is conducting an experiment by releasing some sexual predators, who have undergone treatment at a State Hospital into some communities. One such example is Cary Verse, who is now in Bay Point. Convicted of sexual assault of three boys and a man and treated in Atascadero State Hospital, he left treatment in Feb. 2004 and is now on conditional release. He works at a rug cleaning business, now owns a car and attends Kingdom Hall on a regular basis. He has found friends, but apparently most from Jehovah's Witnesses.
And this is the best part. He intends on finding a wife at Kingdom Hall.
"The homosexual part of my life is non existent," Verse said. I suppose, by that, he means that he is no longer overly engaged in homosexual activity. In the next breath he says: "A girl I get involved with will have to be bery open. I'm going to be attracted to guys forever, and she needs to understand that."
I wonder what girl will ever fall for that?
See "Convicted sexual predator Cary Verse has found job and is making friends since being ordered to Bay Point"