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County Launches New Sex Offender Registration, Tracking Site Available to Public

San Mateo County will now be part of a nationwide network of over 5,000 law enforcement agencies, including over 45 California agencies. Full Article

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  1. Staying PositiveG

    Great!

  2. Joe

    A few thoughts…. 1. who pays for this? The tax payers of San Mateo County? 2. the web site lacks the required language against misuse of this information 3. on the other hand, it does not look like it is illegal for 290 registrants to view this information. This is a perfect opportunity for registrants in San Mateo County to network and connect!

  3. Brubaker

    Why not list every one in san moron county…..just like that commercial with Pinochle …’you have potential ..he has potential ..they have potential ‘………Taxpayer’s ..you see that scheme ..??

  4. Brubaker

    Who decides ‘dangerous’…??..when was the court finding of ‘dangerous’..??..slanderous here..??

  5. Brubaker

    (add ) …..libel..??……(to previous comment)

    • Brubaker

      Where in the wide world of sports was this coerced registration a registration of dangerous …????…who decides ‘dangerous’ …?? ..when did dangerous registration label become public funded sham ..?

  6. margaret moon

    I see another Fresno type murder in the making. Why is no one knocking the public registry down with all these murders as evidence of the threat it poses to registrants and their families???

    • Q

      Hi margaret moon:

      Your right. This just places more registrants in harms way. I too wonder why all these murders aren’t being used as evidence of the life threatening nature of these public data bases. It’s obvious the public can’t responsibly deal with this information and law enforcement doesn’t oversee this information responsibly either.

      • Anonymous

        The answer is quite simple. Politicians don’t know how to deal with us, but they know being harsh will help them continue to get elected. Many in law enforcement would like to see us put down, but they can’t do it themselves and still stay within their own lawful boundaries. We can’t kill ourselves because that too is illegal and would run the risk of garnering sympathy, it might make people see us as human beings again. How then to get rid of us? Put all our information on a public site where all can see it (Except for those who are on it), make it highly visible, lump us all together so all of us appear to be child murderers and then proliferate fear and paranoia with the understanding that some nut job will do the dirty work for them, at the same time filling another prison cell, creating more profit for the prison industry.

        That might be an extreme theory, though I wouldn’t say impossible.

        • Q

          Hi Anonymous :

          I’m inclined to think that the politician’s know exactly what they are doing. And, yes, staying in office and looking good for acting in the harmful way they have the lame stream public believing is a good thing. I think a better way to gain sympathy from the public is to use the tactics they use against us. That is to say what is needed here is a high profile campaign exposing and highlighting the harm the public registry does to cute little white girls. In places like L.A. a cute little Hispanic girl could be used, and someplace like Atlanta a picture of a cute little black girl could be plastered on billboards and all across the web. And why not? They use and exploit little dead girls and exploit their families. At least the ones we use will stay alive and have something to gain from a successful campaign. And the cute little girls we use won’t have their name hated and reviled because it’s associated with destroyed lives of entire families. If we could start getting attention the media will eventually come around when they smell a story that translates into more readership and $$$$.

          And I think this is very possible.

        • Terry

          What your proposing is sound. I believe there is even more to it.

  7. Brubaker

    Registry incites hate, discrimination, bias, violence, harm, and double jeopardy.

    • Brubaker

      …….registry incites coercion, harassment, extortion, deprivation of fundamental rights.

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