Charles Hynes also says that not every sex offender goes to jail because, for people who come to his office through Kol Tzedek, his special programs for child sex abusers in the haredi community, or priests who come to his office through a similar arrangement with the Church, "we have programs for people who have this sickness." Hynes also said there is "no systemic outbreak of sexual violence in the frum community – that's a myth – any more than there is a systemic outbreak of sexual violence in the priesthood."
Note these special programs Hynes mentions, including Kol Tzedek, and the deals they dole out to sex offenders from their respective affinity groups, deals that allow sexual predators to avoid prison (and the sex offender registry and media coverage) are specifically for Catholic clergy and haredim – but not not for atheists or followers of Santeria or Seventh Day Adventists or agnostics or hipsters or artists or Blacks or Asians or Hispanics or any of the other groups that populate Brooklyn. And that should means Hynes' deals with these two religious communities discriminate against all non-haredi and non-Catholic-clergy sex offenders in Brooklyn. And that should make these deals and the special programs they created illegal.
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