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Father Of Amber Dubois Backing Bills Protecting Against Sex Offenders

Don't people realize that most sexual offenders never hurt anyone at all? Most of them were 18 or 19 and had a consensual relationship with a 16 year old or so decades ago, or chatted on the internet with someone posing as a minor, or downloaded a pic of a teen on kazaa or limewire, or urinated in public, or streaked in college, or received a "sext" from their teen girlfriend, or prostituted or picked one up, or had oral or anal sex which is a felonly in any southern state or some other crime where there was no victim at all whatsoever.

Not even the 20,000 plus former murderers released every year and former islamic terrorist attempted bombers have residency restrictions or have to reregister on any form of online internet registry.

Violent sexual offenders like Phillip Garrido and John Gardner love that the registy has a million petty nonviolent sexual offenders so they can hide out amongst them to stay under the radar and slip through the cracks to strike again. These laws should only be focused on real molesters and forcible rapists and kidnappers and murderers who have a real victim, but they are not. Only violent sexual offenders should be monitored or on this registry. The vast majority of "sexual offenders" have never hurt anyone. The state needs to stop harassing them and let them raise their family in dignity like everyone else is allowed to. Most of them just made a mistake as a young man and would like to lead a good life but the state won't let them.

February 16, 2011 at 9:15 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Lawmaker Proposes Bills To Better Protect Kids

Don't people realize that most sexual offenders never hurt anyone at all? Most of them were 18 or 19 and had a consensual relationship with a 16 year old or so decades ago, or chatted on the internet with someone posing as a minor, or downloaded a pic of a teen on kazaa or limewire, or urinated in public, or streaked in college, or received a "sext" from their teen girlfriend, or prostituted or picked one up, or had oral or anal sex which is a felonly in any southern state or some other crime where there was no victim at all whatsoever.

Not even the 20,000 plus former murderers released every year and former islamic terrorist attempted bombers have residency restrictions or have to reregister on any form of online internet registry.

Violent sexual offenders like Phillip Garrido and John Gardner love that the registy has a million petty nonviolent sexual offenders so they can hide out amongst them to stay under the radar and slip through the cracks to strike again. These laws should only be focused on real molesters and forcible rapists and kidnappers and murderers who have a real victim, but they are not. Only violent sexual offenders should be monitored or on this registry. The vast majority of "sexual offenders" have never hurt anyone. The state needs to stop harassing them and let them raise their family in dignity like everyone else is allowed to. Most of them just made a mistake as a young man and would like to lead a good life but the state won't let them.

February 15, 2011 at 8:03 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Sexual Predators: Are Tougher Laws The Answer?

What we need to do is stop labeling so many people "sexual offenders". Most sexual offenders are prostitutes, or those who solicit them, public urinators, streakers in college, peeping toms with binoculars from a mile away, teens sexting eachother, strippers who expose too much and get a public indecency or indecent exposure charge, or an 18 year old with an 17 year girl who gets charged with statutory rape, or a 19 or 20 something year old chatting online with someone pretending to be a minor, or someone who accidentally downloads a child pornography picture on kazaa or limewire while downloading music, or a mother who thought she was innocently taking a naked picture of her child in the bathtub and finds herself charged with production of child pornography. The people ALL of these laws should be targeting are VIOLENT sexual offenders, the ones who had an actual, real victim that they harmed physically. If someone is in a consensual relationship with a 17 year old they are not hurting that person. Rapists are hurting people because they used force. How can an MS-13 gang member commit a driveby shooting and kill someone, get only like 12 years in prison, get out and he is perfectly free to walk in any park or school or library but someone who got caught urinating in public 30 years ago cannot? That is absolutely ridiculous. We need to purge the sexual offenders registry of all nonviolent offenders so that we can focus on the violent ones because they are slipping through the cracks with the current laws.

May 14, 2010 at 12:42 p.m. ( | suggest removal )