30 Days of Sodom, Kansas

January 28th, 2006 | researchmaterial

The operator of a Wichita, Kansas group home for the mentally ill was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for enslaving its residents, forcing them to work naked and perform sex acts, and his wife was sentenced to seven years.

Arlan Kaufman, 69, was convicted in November of 31 federal charges and Linda Kaufman of 30 counts, including health care fraud, Medicare fraud, forced labor and holding clients in involuntary servitude at their Kaufman House Residential Treatment Center.

The Kaufmans controlled the lives of their residents, including deciding who could wear clothes and forcing them to fondle each other and commit other acts that Arlan Kaufman videotaped.

Arlan Kaufman has insisted the residents’ behavior was voluntary, saying he videotaped them so they could see themselves more objectively later…

7 Responses to “30 Days of Sodom, Kansas”

  1. the big question is how none of the families noticed.

  2. That’s because the families are still waiting for their tapes.

  3. Looking at that picture you have to wonder if the inmates really did take over the asylum. Poor crazies.

  4. There are not enough bullets for people like that…

  5. The lows people sink to never cease to horrify me. Here’s hoping he never sees the light of day again.

  6. Evil. Pure F’ing Evil. I hope
    they fry.

  7. Fuck me….I think if these are representatives of the human race (as opposed to the fucking vile shat straight from satans anus after passing through the horror of his bowels demonic horrors we’d all like them to be)that we need to start redefining the word “humanitarian”. Bill’s right, there aren’t enough bullets, because there are too many motherfuckers like these two.