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TX: Dallas man says he was wrongly included in sex offender database

DALLAS — ____ ____ says the City of Dallas wrongfully made him register as a sex offender for 13 years. Now he wants the city to pay up. “I just feel like I deserve to be recompensed for what’s done happen in all this,” said ____, 43. “I just feel like it’s wrong.”

____ filed a $3 million federal lawsuit early last month, saying police violated his civil rights by refusing to recognize that he did not have a legal obligation to register. He filed the lawsuit after the city ultimately agreed that he did not have to register as a sex offender. In ____’ case, a judge set aside his conviction for sexual assault in 2000. But the City of Dallas long contended that he had to register as a sex offender. Full Article

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Police never make mistakes, or more properly stated, “…never admit their mistakes…”, when registrants are the subject.

These policies are proof that agencies make countless mistakes because it is a convenient and a tolerated way to continue to punish this group again, again and again.

There is nary a public official that will risk his career using the
truth. Truth flies in the face of exaggerations and fear mongering, the
“go to” salvos of aspiring politicos and officials.

Proof that it is not about safety. It is about abuse of power by the authorities, funding and building mega infrastructure, and feeding the machine.

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