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CA: Scammers Target Los Angeles Registrants, Families [UPDATED 9/2019]

ACSOL Monthly Meetings 2019

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19 Sep 2019

Kat’s Blog: Another Case Against Kevin Spacey

Kevin Spacey is back in the news. Awhile back I wrote about sexual abuse allegations against him being dropped, he had been accused of groping a busboy at a Nantucket restaurant in 2016. The ensuing civil suit and criminal charges were dropped after the accuser pleaded the 5th Amendment during an evidentiary hearing. It was found that the accuser’s mother had altered text messages...
19 Sep 2019
At a glance, the 23-year-old has a stellar resume. He graduated magna cum laude from Binghamton University, where he was a part of an Honors Academic Society and routinely on the Dean’s list. During college, he tutored others in calculus and was a teacher’s assistant. He also volunteered at the Jewish Relief Agency collecting, packaging and distributing goods to disadvantaged families. The Union County resident...
19 Sep 2019
A couple from Georgia posed as Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies in a telephone fraud scheme and scammed six people out of $16,000 in gift cards, the department said Monday. Nicolas Brady Kennedy, 29, and Ashley Marie Walker, 28, both of Loganville, Georgia, made a series of phone calls mostly targeting the elderly in Northern Los Angeles County, Sheriff's Chief Patrick Nelson said...
17 Sep 2019

RI: After prison, more punishment

[washingtonpost.com - 9/3/19] PROVIDENCE, R.I. — He had spent 17 of his 46 years behind bars, locked in a pattern of addiction and crime that led to 16 prison terms. Now, Meko Lincoln pushed a cart of cleaning supplies at the reentry house to which he had been paroled in December, determined to provide for his grandchildren in a way he failed to do...
17 Sep 2019
For weeks, the nation has been gripped by details surrounding Jeffrey Epstein and his child sex-trafficking operation. An operation uncovered more than a decade ago but badly addressed by prosecutors. Last year we learned that Larry Nasser continued to sexually abuse child athletes for 20 years after the first accusations surfaced against him. Opinion
16 Sep 2019
San Diego City Council members on Tuesday will get their first official update in two years on a lawsuit challenging a city law that restricts where sex offenders can live. In August 2017, council members went against advice from the City Attorney's Office and refused to repeal an ordinance banning sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of schools, parks and other minor-oriented facilities....
15 Sep 2019

ACSOL Sept 21 Phone Meeting

Dear Registrants, Family Members and Supporters - Please join me and ACSOL President Chance Oberstein, a criminal defense attorney, for our "monthly" meeting to be held telephonically. The conference call will be on Saturday, Sept 21 at 10 am Pacific Time (1:00 Eastern) and will last from 2 to 3 hours. Topics of conversation will include information about the domestic and overseas travel, the...
14 Sep 2019

CA: City of Lomita Repeals Residency Restrictions

The City of Lomita, which is located in Los Angeles county, has repealed its residency restrictions which prohibited registrants from living permanently or temporarily within 2,000 feet of schools and parks as well as 300 feet from child care centers. As a result of the restrictions, registrants were unable to stay even one night in a hotel or motel in the City of Lomita....
14 Sep 2019

Living with 290: The real walking Dead

I have been a RSO for many years now. I have over come so many adversities while growing up with disabilities. When I was young I couldn't wait to become an adult so I wouldn't be bullied anymore. I put my self through community college and learned a good trade. Got married and had a family. And then I did the thing I never...
13 Sep 2019
The California judge who got ousted from the bench in a recall after he handed out a light sentence to a Stanford University student convicted of sexual assault is now out of yet another job, that of high school girls tennis coach. Former Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky was hired at the start of the school year to coach girls junior...
13 Sep 2019
___ ____, 66, has never committed a crime.But for two years, from six in the evening to six in the morning the next day, she lived under de facto house arrest with her 32-year-old son, Adam. It wasn’t because she wanted to. The home itself was a kind of punishment, she says. Full Article
12 Sep 2019

Kat’s Blog: A Pariah in Hollywood

There was an interesting occurrence in Hollywood this week. Actor Scarlett Johansson, stood up for actor/director Woody Allen, who has been accused of sexual abuse and said simply “I Believe Him.” Woody Allen has become somewhat of a pariah in Hollywood ever since his now grown adopted daughter Dylan Farrow accused him of sexually abusing her when she was a child.  Allen has consistently...
12 Sep 2019
[University of Nevada, Reno] Have you ever been in a relationship with a person who had to register on a sex offender registry? We are interested in hearing about your experiences. The first 300 people will be entered into a raffle for (4) $100 & (12) $50 Amazon gift cards. Read more about the survey and choose whether to participate [Below is some of...
12 Sep 2019

The Rise of Registries

Earlier this year, lawmakers in New York proposed a bill that would bar people convicted of multiple sex offenses from ever using New York City’s subway system again. The plan, which would inflict a form of banishment in the name of public safety, is part of a broader pattern. Sex offender registries increasingly include children under the age of 18, and some states permit children as young as 7 to be registered....
12 Sep 2019
[mercatornet.com - 9/12/19] Credible accusations have fallen to an average of one new case per year in the US Sexual abuse perpetrated by Roman Catholic priests has been headline news for years. But even with so much press attention, there are many commonly accepted myths about this issue. Remarkably, evidence-based research doesn't always receive attention, while sensationalized stories that create a particular—but sometimes false—narrative...
12 Sep 2019
[unitedsouthafrican.com - 2/20/19] For many years South Africans have been calling for a list of convicted paedophiles to be made available like that of the United States however the Department of Justice maintain that revealing details of offenders will go against their right to privacy. The Constitution limits the number of people who are allowed access to the information, yet the public are demanding...
10 Sep 2019

Follow ACSOL on our Twitter handle all4consolaws

ACSOL is now Tweeting regularly on Twitter! To stay up with the latest registrant-related national news stories and ACSOL news and events, please follow our Twitter handle: all4consolaws Or you can go directly to our Twitter page twitter.com/all4consolaws
10 Sep 2019
[kutv.com - 9/10/19] A Utah man is free today, exonerated, after spending years behind bars for a sexual assault he did not commit, according to a judge. Christopher Wickham, 50, was convicted of two counts of aggravated sexual assault in Salt Lake City in 1997, each a first degree felony. He was imprisoned and placed on the sex offender registry. Utah Third District Court...
10 Sep 2019
[ACSOL] The City of Commerce, located in Los Angeles County, has repealed its local residency restrictions. The repeal took place during a City Council meeting held on September 3. The City Council's actions took place after its residency restrictions were challenged in Los Angeles Superior Court in a lawsuit filed April 22. This lawsuit is 1 of 37 lawsuits filed thus far challenging residency...
07 Sep 2019
[losangelesblade.com - 9/6/19] During a week of flurry before Labor Day, the California Assembly and Senate Appropriations Committees determined which final legislation to pass to the floor for votes and which to suspend for this session. At the end of the day on Friday, Aug. 30, one bill superseded the usual drama to create a pall over California Democratic unity as LGBTQ legislators and...
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