Pedophile brothers Corrido undergo chemical castration

May 19, 2009 12:21


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Convicted pedophiles Oren and Shlomi Corrido will begin on Tuesday chemical castration in a Haifa clinic. The brothers have both served time in prison for a variety of sex offenses. They have recently relocated to Haifa, where they were arrested on suspicion of assaulting a 14-year-old, only to be released after prosecution failed to provide sufficient evidence for their conviction. To ensure the success of the procedure, the Corridos will receive a monthly injection of a drug that acts on the brain to inhibit hormones which stimulate testosterone production. Both brothers signed consent forms declaring that they were undergoing the treatment volitionally and aware of its potential side effects.

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