"The crime is egregious and affected the victim and his family, which was taken into account.But incarceration is not the answer."Goodman's attorney, James E.When the defendant committed this crime, she took something away from him.He was not a willing participant, but a victim."After hearing from both sides, Goodman told judge Young and the court that she was truly sorry for her actions."I know sorry is just a word, but I really am," the sobbing Goodman said."I know I hurt people and that is terrible."According to court documents, Goodman had arranged to meet the boy, who was sneaking out of his house to meet her at about 1 a.m. The pair drove around for a while, then parked and sat in the back seat talking and being intimate until about in the morning, when Goodman had to drop him off at home and get ready for work, according to the documents.
Young took into account that this was "an aberration" and that Goodman has shown compassion not only in taking care of her elderly parents but also to others in the community."This came out of the blue," Young said.
While the Islamic State group is losing territory in its self-styled caliphate, it is tightening its grip on the estimated 3,000 women and girls held as sex slaves.
In a fusion of ancient barbaric practices and modern technology, IS sells the women like chattel on smart phone apps and shares databases that contain their photographs and the names of their "owners" to prevent their escape through IS checkpoints.
He is a registered Class A Modern Medicine (Allopathic) practitioner with Medical Council of India He did Masters in Reproductive & Sexual Medicine after his MBBS degree.
He is a Certified Sexologist from The American College of Sexologists International He is a Professional Member of The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists He is the Founder President of International Association of Sexual Medicine, an International Organization of Modern Medicine doctors practicing Sexual Medicine.