Lists Top Ten States with Highest Rate of Offenders

Los Angeles, CA — (SBWIRE) — 08/08/2013 — Sex Offender Map, a free service providing information to parents and concerned citizens about the sex offender rates in their states and neighborhoods, announces its 2013 list of the top ten states with the worst sex offender rates. The three states that top the list are Delaware, Wyoming and Oregon.

Using demographic profiles of each state combined with sex offender data from the Parents for Megan’s Law website, the list highlights the top ten states with the highest amount of sex offenders per 1,000 people. The full list can be found on this page. Full Article

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“As a measure of precaution, I have always warned families with teenagers and young children to avoid living in neighborhoods where there are many registered sex offenders. (Better safe than sorry)”

Then you better be prepared to move to the moon. (Better following the crowd than thinking). Sheeple!

And this… “70% of sex offenders commit a 2nd crime” – and 98% of those are parole violations or ftr…. but I won’t tell you that. – is that photo real? And of course the domain is registered anonymously…

I looked through, and found this…”There are roughly 106,216 sex offenders living in California.” This and its partner,, both claim to be free. I guess the founders of both chose to take the opportunity for their 15 minutes of fame. If they were really interested in the public good and not gain in any way from it, they would have done this anonymously and never bothered with making the rounds on all the news stations(some of which I’m sure are paid appearances) to get the notoriety.

Funny, these two sites pop up, a big push for the International Megan’s Law, and the hype about registrants being released for what we know are minor parole violations…all soon after the vigilante murders in South Carolina. Gotta give them credit on being shrewd about how to snuff out the stories about registrants being murdered. They couldn’t just stand by and let registrants continue to be seen as victims in all this, now could they? (note the sarcasm!)

“I have dealt with various sex offenders, and have noticed that unfortunately, many of them tend to commit 2nd and sometimes 3rd offenses right after being released from jail. This is partly due to our poor rehabilitation system.

Really??? So you admit that we have a “poor rehabilitation system” and this is your solution? Move out of the neighborhood? Put up a map? Maybe we should instead address the issue of fixing “our poor rehabilitation system”!!!! How do these morons make such asinine statements only to fly over the heads of the masses? How can they make such contradictory statements and not realize that they are MORONS????