Sex site no regisrration no bullshit

The article is in five sections: The History of Sex Offender Registries in the US Sex Offender Registries are Manifestly Unjust Sex Offender Registries Don’t Work Sex Offender Registries Cost a Lot of Money Conclusion Sex offender registration in the US all began with the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act passed by Congress in 1994.

Its genesis was the abduction of 11 year old Jacob Wetterling, who was never found.

As a consequence of being on the registry, you find that you experience some combination of the following (): You can’t find a place to live, because nobody will give you a lease, and you can’t live within very large restricted zones which can include entire city limits.

If you do find a place to live, you may be required to have one month advance approval to reside at that address. You must post a “no treats” sign in your yard on Halloween, or you might even have to report to the police station. You are highly vulnerable to extortionists who threaten to splash your personal information across multiple web sites.

If you had committed any crime other than a sex crime, you’d be on probation/parole for a few years, then you would have “paid your price,” and you’d be “done.” However, since you were convicted of a sex crime, you first had to serve a particularly long prison sentence (11 years for inappropriate touching in one case I’m familiar with), and then you must participate in mandatory “treatment” programs after release, and you must register with the authorities as a sex offender for a lengthy period of time – often decades and sometimes for life.

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SORNA refers to the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act which is Title I of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-248).

Perhaps this also goes back to some of the puritan cultural roots of the country with “cleansing” through punishment and public shaming; but of course, that’s conjecture on my part.

But the bottom line is – the SOR’s don’t work – at least, not the way they’re supposed to.

It was enacted in response to the murder of seven year old Megan Kanka by a known prior sex offender.

The law requires public notification of a person’s sex offender status, and the commonly included information is the offender’s name, picture, address, incarceration date, and nature of crime.

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