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NY: Sex Offender Uses Social Media, Murphy Calls for Megan’s Law Update

… Senator Murphy said, “____ allegedly targeted his last victim through social media. Megan’s Law must be updated to prohibit the use of social media networks for Level 2 and 3 offenders as long as they are required to register with New York State. As a father of three kids, I will fight everyday to strengthen our laws to make sure we protect children from becoming victims of these reprehensible and disgusting acts.” Full Article

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  1. G4Change

    Meanwhile, down at SCOTUS…

  2. jo

    Man kills family with a knife so I will work tirelessly to ban all knives. Dude, find something else to grandstand on.

  3. PIA

    So… man molests son in house/apartment… convicted man is no longer to live or ever be in a house or apartment !!!! WTF ??

    Man is breathing while looking at child porn, man gets released and now has a law against breathing ever again !!!

    yea thats it go with that law ! fool.

    • Son of Liberty Child of Freedom

      If Senator Murphy’s Law

      Were to acknowledge his uncertainty or lack of Current knowledge it would require him to admit the possibility of The error of his thinking. By his Biasses Rooted & Anchored in his limited memories. Biased by the lack of information he Did not know or Could Not know of.

      Warped by the ease with which he recalls the Limited fresh experiences.

      He’s images of the future are shaped by his Limited experiences of the past.

      In rejecting Current & New knowledge Senator Murphy will constrain his Future Thinking.

      Now that Senator Murphy has perceived, interpreted, or incorrectly inferred a Uncertain Situation (Risk) in this particular fashion it will be extremely difficult for Senator Murphy & others who suffer from a Systemic Error of Thinking to view it any other way.

      I Speak Truth

      As Yehovah Lives, so should we

  4. Jack

    Ok that’s it. We officially need to ban the republican party. These people are criminals of the highest order and must be brought to justice. Who’s with me?

    • American Detained in America

      People keep pointing at the republican party for this and the truth is that the democrat party has a record just as bad a record on punishing RCs. If you don’t believe it, then why did the most liberal president we’ve ever had sign the IML? Why did Jerry Brown sign an order that prevents us from driving for Uber? NEITHER party is good for us, so we need to stop looking at the democrats or liberals as our potential saviors, they’re not. Our best chances are with judges that hold to strict interpretation of the U.S. Constitution and somehow getting more of the mainstream media to acknowledge that the existence of the registry puts more people into harms way than abolishing it.

  5. kat

    Perhaps the senator should just keep his child off the internet.
    There are alot of people out there doing dispicable things on the internet, who aren’t registrants.
    The senator shouldn’t get his hackles up going after all registrants because ONE guy decided to screw up.
    How do these people get elected?

  6. mike r

    ban all dui from cars and bars, all bank robbers from all banks, all home invaders from homes and neighborhoods, all drug dealers from loitering at parks around schools and helll anywhere outside their homes, all gangbangers loitering with three or more people from getting tattoos from throwing up gang signs with there hands ect. all arsonists from owning a lighter or anything else that can make fire…you get the point…

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