Simi Valley council to reconsider Halloween sex offender law

With Halloween just over two months away, the Simi Valley City Council on Monday night will again consider a proposed law aimed at protecting trick-or-treating children from contact with the city’s 119 registered sex offenders.

The ordinance is slightly weaker than a previous version, no longer requiring registered sex offenders to post signs on their front doors saying, “No candy or treats at this residence.” Full Article

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Well, the bottom line is this. Prohibiting someone who was convicted of a legal offense to participate in Halloween festivities is both unconstitutional and truly surreal. I think its time for the Simi Valley council to get real and realize that if or when a lawsuit if filed within their city, there is no turning back!