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MN: Sex offender’s case gets review board hearing

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Federal hearings in July will focus on whether one man in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program should be released. U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank and U.S. Magistrate Jeffrey Keyes put the man’s case on a fast track after attorney Dan Gustafson argued that every day his client is still confined is a violation of his rights. Full Article

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  1. Margaret Moon

    Amazing! Experts have found that E.T. showed “little evidence of posing a risk” and recommended his release. Two doctors at the institution say he shouldn’t be released. They have 700 cash cows, couldn’t they let go of one now and then??? This is a travesty! These men have served their sentences… and it has been shown that there is virtually no counseling going on at this place, yet they keep these men prisoner indefinitely. What the hell is going on in America that they can get away with this????

  2. stephen

    I don’t know the laws in MN, In a lot of states a person gets their voting rights back after the sentence is complete, if this is true in MN then tell them you want a voting booth there, also over night visits from wife’s. If you can’t beat the law, then drive up the cost of it.

    • Q

      This indefinite incarceration after someone has completed their sentence is horrendous. It is not justice and it’s just plain wrong. I wonder if they ever consider that not even a fraction of attention has ever been paid to most of the people that went on to commit mass murder after their release from prison. In many instances these individuals showed a clear proclivity towards anti social behavior, including violence.

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