California RSOL Meeting May 18 – Los Angeles

California RSOL will return to L.A. on May 18. The meeting will be held at ACLU building at 1313 W. 8th Street and start at 10 a.m.

As always, topics of discussion will include issues of importance to registrants and their family members, such as parole conditions and residency restrictions, as well as news about pending legislation and litigation.

Attendance is free of charge and restricted to registrants and their friends / family / supporters. No media or government officials are allowed.

Hope to see you there!

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I am very grateful to Ms. Janice Bellucci and her team of volunteers who are doing a great job. I want to know how I can contact her and where do I mail my letter in support of AB702?

We’ll be there on the 18th to lend our support.

This will be my first time going. I will gladly lend my support!

It is remarkable that all sex crimes fall into the same group, yet a killer and batterer don’t. Moreover, if you’re convicted of touching a woman at a party, you’re neighbors will always see you as a threat to their children. Yet, if you killed someone, or broke into someones home, they’ll never know… And clearly that bears more risk to the public! Additionally, California prisons are overcrowded, yet the least violent inmates–sex offenders, are ineligible. So much for all people being created equal… Governor Brown should realize that sex offenders pose less risk to society then drug addict gang bangers who have spent theirs lives in penal institutions.

* Comment removed. See below May 5, 2013 at 2:42 pm. Moderator *

I just got out of gateways (joke) halfway house. it was just under the stress of the medium high prison i was sent to with only, only 7 custoday points. i am still recovering from the stress. i have not found a job, and soon i will be homeless. i need to communicate, and yet, i’m barred from using the internet. yes, i’m breaking my probation right now. i don’t really care anymore. hope to see you all on the 18th. cheers.

Hope the meeting goes well. Looks like we won’t be able to make it down. Got too much going on preparing for the Capitol on Monday. Was hoping to meet some more folks. Maybe we’ll get that meeting going somewhere in the Sacramento area soon. Best to you all who will be in attendance. 🙂

I was just given a copy of the article at L A Times dtd 4/12/13 about Ms. Bellucci, and did not have a chance to go on line before the meeting. Wish I could have been there to find out what or how I can help. I hate to admit that being a conservative person, always prejudged and in my eyes everybody was guilty. Did not what “Megan’s Law” until I read and article or how all sex offenders are cut with the same cookie cutter. Right now my family and I are trying to help a person that will be released soon, with housing and job offers. The reason we are doing it, is because we know the characher of this person that have serve his punishment for breaking the law. Accepted the consequence for the biggest mistake of his life, cost him loosing his marriage, career and most of all missing being part of his son. Thank you Ms. Bellucci not only for trying to help so many out there, but most of all for opening my eyes that not all “sex offenders” are evil.

We went to the meeting today …. I think our fourth or fifth. Much to our surprise it was the first time the parking lot underneath the building was full! I asked the guy who allows you up the elevator if all the cars were for the meeting and he confirmed they were! That is good news and a step in the right direction …. Everyone there “showed up” … Others also “stood up” and others “spoke up” …. Words is getting around. Proof of my last comment? Read the post above mine from med! Gracious people who have seen the light! Thank U for helping your friend.

I want to say THANK YOU to everyone involved in fighting back against this insanity, from those who are serving in an RSOL capacity to all of the volunteers who write letters to elected leaders and show up to speak at local city council meetings.

This past weekend my child had a soccer tournament down in Orange County. The city where it was held is one of those that had enacted a park ordinance that has suspended its enforcement based on challenges. Had there been no standing up against this, I would not have been able to watch my child score the winning goal in a game. In fact, I”m not sure how I would have gotten my child to the game short of doing a drop-off and pick-up at the park entrance. Fortunately we don’t have park bans where I live, but if left unchecked it would only be a matter of time.

There’s a little yellow button at the top right of this page that says “DONATE.” I’ll be clicking on it this week, and I encourage all of you who visit this site to do the same.