ST. LOUIS — A Missouri sex crimes treatment program that has yet to release any offenders faces growing criticism from civil rights lawyers and patients who say being ordered to indefinitely participate in the mental health effort is little different than receiving a second prison sentence for the same crime.
Critics target Missouri sex offender treatment
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