Convicted Sex Offender Asks to be Castrated
MARION COUNTY---A convicted sex offender who is behind bars is not getting his wish to be castrated.
A circuit court judge in Marion County denied Lester Williams' hand-written motion asking for the state to perform the surgery on him.
Williams is serving a 10-year sentence after pleading no contest to second-degree felony sexual battery.
The 35-year-old did not explain in the motion why he wanted to be castrated.
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