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OH: Convicted animal abusers must register with Cuyahoga County Sheriff and cannot have pets

CLEVELAND, Ohio – People convicted of abusing animals can no longer have pets and must register with the Cuyahoga County sheriff, under legislation approved Tuesday by Cuyahoga County Council.

Council created an animal abuse registry, which was prompted by a new state law that makes cruelty to pets a felony. Full Article

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    • New Person

      Nice find. Sad that everyone knows that registries truly do, but would rather let fear and power usurp their heads. And this all started b/c the SCOTUS decided to make laws instead of judge laws.

  1. ONE DAY AT A TIME

    I would suggest all of us posting this article to any Facebook page we know of that involves animal rights or adoptions. Animal lovers are a very vocal and large group. This might trigger more local registries being made, which (we suspect) would eventually gather support to end all types of registries. The more lists they create, the more citizens will learn about the harm they cause and their ineffectiveness.

    • 4sensiblepolicies

      Not a bad idea. If the registry is ever dismantled by court rulings, it may not be from the ‘sex offender’ registry, but from some other type of registry the government tries to implement. One that ends up being blatantly unconstitutional even to those who pretend the sex offender registry is perfectly okay.

      Every lie that the the legislative and judicial has told allowing the sex offender registry to grow and encompass greater levels of punishment can now be applied to any other kind of registry. In the current climate in this country, who knows what kind of ‘registry’ they might come up with.

      If all the legislature needs to do is say it is merely regulatory and necessary because (fill in the blank) constitutes a threat to the public – and the judicial grant great deference to said legislature – then any registry can be made for virtually any reason. Only when it stretches too far and affects too many people, will the whole scheme start to fall apart. Caselaw/precedent that a registry for (fill in the blank) went too far for reasons we know too well, will also be able to be applied to the sex offender registry.

  2. Robert Curtis

    A registry for dogs known to attack.

    A registry for repeated DUI offenders.

    A registry for people who have been known to abuse their dogs…

    We seem to value our animals more than our people or children..

    A registry for dead beat dads/moms that don’t pay child support

    A registry for ALL muslims.

    A registry for parents that have left their children unattended.

    Lets just be honest there will one day a registry for all people for control reasons everywhere!

    • abolishtheregistry.com

      Yep, you can cut a limb off and the tree will continue on. In this case it’s more like plucking a leaf compared to what’s coming.

    • Timmr

      I think there is already a registry for most everyone, it is just not public. What else is that massive data center in Utah for? Not a public library.

      • abolishtheregistry.com

        It’s interesting what you’d find on PBS before it became so politically inclined. I watched a many documentaries on that station from the time I was a kid on up in my 20’s. Good stuff! I saw one on earthmovers, those huge dump trucks, and in this series they were talking about a underground government project that was so huge that they had two lanes coming in and out of the tunnel. One of those coming out could pass another going in. It was a data center. They spoke about doing it underground to save on power for cooling. It wasn’t in Utah! So they have more than one and probably more than two.

    • BA

      Yes and welcome to hater nation, the more legislation we create the better new polititions look, the more cases for lawyers, and the more crowded the courthouses are! So more bad plea deals and no real justice!
      My grandmother used to say the left hand does not need to know the the right hand is doing…LOL Well now welcome to 1984…..it looks like the Mexicans and muslums will know how a RSO feels !

  3. Jeff

    Good Start!!!!
    We need every one registered so the public can see how stupid it is.

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