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And here were are on MONTH 11 following the hearing by the 9th Circuit about Proposition 35 emails…remember that? Yes, it’s been 296 days…almost 300 days since the hearing on September 9. What is going on?? All three justices have given opinions on several other cases that were heard after this case. In some, those cases were heard as late as May of this year! So what is taking them so long?? Yes, I fear the worst. The case was a classic open-shut case, especially with the eviscerating questioning by the judges themselves that should have been clear in how… Read more »

The Bay Area newspapers have been flooded with all these articles about federal seizures of Redbook (an online resource for sex workers), the pimp/john shaming website and Operation Cross Country. It’s almost like orchestrated propaganda to justify prop 35. It seems like the term “prostitution” is now replaced with “trafficking”.

It would make more sense to legalize adult prostitution, regulate it and tax it, instead of turning back the clock to the sixteenth century. They like to create more Hester Prynnes so that the facist politicians and their flocks have someone to feel moraly superior to.

Actually,t eh “trafficking” angle is not going after prostitution; it is going after the pimps. Prostitution can continue unchanged; the pimps will be locked up for unconscionable prison terms as “human traffickers” rather than simply as pimps.

Don’t forget the unsuspecting customers who usually are not looking for children, and may not even know the prostitute is underage unless there is a bust. Lawrence Taylor, former NY Giant was caught with a 16 year old prostitute, which didn’t keep him from getting a felony and lifetime registration on the Florida registry. Ironically, he didn’t have to register in NY where the offense was committed.

The length of time the Prop 35 case takes is truly puzzling… every time I look at this bill I am aghast as to the piss poor writing of this law. “Each person to whom this subdivision applies at the time this subdivision becomes effective shall immediately provide the information required by this subdivision.” – So if, worst case, the judges rule against plaintiffs, the second this opinion is published, the injunction is lifted and the required information must be submitted to authorities. In a nano second. No, nano second takes too long. It says “immediately” – “without lapse of… Read more »

Joe Guess who profit from this? Just follow the money… Who’s Funding Prop 35, the Human Trafficking Initiative? CHRIS M. KELLY CHRIS M. KELLY INVESTOR $2,360,000.00 He put in $2,360,000.00 behind this.. Who is CHRIS M. KELLY? March 16, 2010, he was the Chief Privacy Officer of Facebook his wife Jennifer Carrico, an entrepreneur and former prosecutor, Chris Kelly, Facebook’s chief privacy officer,… using the national sex offender registry to kick out RSO off facebook. Now since he have the 1) MONEY 2) tech know how 3) movatation is to create a system online so that RSO can report ALL… Read more »

Throw in 4) Political shenanigans awareness merit badge. Notice how Proposition 35 was trumpeted as a “human trafficking” issue, when California already has severe penalties on the books for such actions, including several PC 290 statutes against using children in sexual situations, as well as coercing adults in the first place. The ONLY provision of Prop 35 that was not already on the books was the Internet identifier provision. I cynically believe that Kelly has absolutely NO INTEREST in real child abuse via human trafficking, but is using it to make himself a billionaire. I have looked at some of… Read more »

Eric, thank you for making that connection. I was thinking he (Kelly) was hiring himself out to the NSA. Any, I believe money is at the root of all these sex offender laws, and the billionaires, victim groups and prison corporations are making a killing off of them. That’s why I signed a petition and will send some money to the effort to overturn the Citizens United decision through a constitutional amendment. Correction officers’ unions, victim groups and the like are considered people under the Citizens United decision, and they have the green light to throw billions to candidates and… Read more »

“he is trying to create a comprehensive registrant database system that he will peddle world-wide,” so when someone gives an email to book a hotel in another country, they can deny you right then. Saves them having to reimburse you later after you’ve been turned back at the airport (cruise terminal?).

Ironically, that would be a step in the right direction. Right now, one has to fly to the country before being denied, and by then it’s usually too late to get reimbursements for anything, as hotels usually have to be prepaid in foreign countries.

But the domestic repercussions are more insidious in my opinion.

is this the record on the book for judge to take SOOO long to make a ruling?

Parts of my County are having evacuations due to fires. What is a Registered Citizen supposed to do when the emergency services (like shelter and Red Cross) are only available at the local school?

You are on your own I am afraid that your country has forsaken you and gives you no value. We are in exile in our own country…worse still they are making it impossible for us to leave!

This is not only cruel and unusual punishment it is outright torture of American citizens on American soil!

If we have no access to a safe place in time of danger, our right to life has been denied. In fact people fear us more than fire. They will put their expensive homes right next to a tinderbox that will certainly burn every few years, but living next to an ex sex offender, who is a human being who has a right to live, who after 17 years is as likely to attack your children as any other neighbor –well we can’t have that. When people start living the historic principles of our country, equality and justice for all,… Read more »

This was raised previous on CA RSOL. It appears that you could not go to the evacuation center at the school unless you get permission from the principal — according to the letter of the law. In fact, since 290 et al also limits how many registrants can be housed in the same home or location, maybe you still would not be allowed even with the principal’s OK, if other registrants got their first. As for whether that means death, well, we now have a LOT of registrants who are homeless because they are not allowed to live anywhere under… Read more »

I am defining life as more than just the absense of death. Family, friends, someone who cares, We are social creatures by biology not choice. Social acceptance is arguably a need for a healthy existence. Without it the excluded are more in danger of harming themselves or others. That’s why these sex offender laws are so insidious. They break the connections between us and the few people who still accept us, by shaming them also. Yah, and in a few cases the law has led directly,as with vigilantes finding people on the list, or indirectly,as with no access to health… Read more »

It’s July and in two days millions of Americans will be celebrating their freedom; but not us, because they have taken away our freedom. These people will be rejoicing over their right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; but not us, and this includes our families and millions of little children that have had their innocence stolen and their lives turned into a living hell because a family member is forced to wear the scarlet label. In two days millions of Americans will be celebrating with friends and neighbors; but not us, because we have been turned into… Read more »

I also have noticed the many fear-mongering reports of online sex offenses, thus calling for the necessity to implement online monitoring of registered citizens.

Stanley K.

I’ve seen the articles too; what we are witnessing is those with a vested interest manufacturing consent.

(and if you follow the trail I’m sure it will lead back to some person or organization /victims rights/ prison guards union/ with $omething to gain)

Right at stanleyk ::you mean the reports saying that new ‘sex’ offense will be at a 95% or higher from people NOT on a registered list ..??…reports saying that ..??……best to report every citizen or non-citizen will be “monitored”…….freedom of speech prevails.

They cannot put people back into parole condions after they have ended parole….parole has an end date….cannot subject people to lifetime parole thereafter………and of course, violates freedom of speech….that’s the spirit of ’76.

The court has ruled they can do this to sex offenders because the court say is it is not like parole — I guess because is registration and the collateral “burdens,” as they call it instead of punishment, are worse than the conditions of parole. Actually, with my “guess,” I was just pointing out how this is even worse than parole, but that is not the court’s point. The court says parole is a form of custody so a loss of freedom. Somehow, the court sees the exact same thing and even worse and says that is not like parole… Read more »

they can not? they ARE doing that right now!!

Again you fail to see what california has ruled to restrictions …are we clear..?..again…restrictions were not argued in the early 2000’s …..restrictions were not ruled back when…up to speed..?…restrictions to citizens who are free are getting a Constitutional awakening.

The worst of these laws are only a few years old. They are being made more frequently, and more careless of consequenses. The Constitution takes a while to catch up in people’s minds, but when it does it comes down hard. That’s why people have been able to earn their freedoms for hundreds of years.

This law took all of five minutes to write by the looks of it. Just write in something about sex and offending and it’s an automatic pass. Since when do people who have never commited an online offense have to supply government with internet identifiers? And do it “immediately” no less. I wasn’t even denied use of the Internet during my probation and didn’t abuse that privilege. Now its my right. I have done nothing since to earn this violation of my free speech. No one who has finished their court ordered sentence deserves this restriction.

Some thoughts for legal attack: Is it legal for the US to send SO registration info to foreign countries, even after a conviction has been expunged, and so they are not sending info about someone whose conviction stands in the eyes of the state that is deciding whether that person has to register? That is, can they send info about people who do not have a conviction? I don’t know of non-conviction info ever being sent to other countries before. In fact, in an early case challenging registration as punishment due to a conviction, the California high court ruled that… Read more »

Essentially, we are re-sentenced anytime a clause is added and enforced after your sentence was complete. There is no other way around it. The sentencing and punitive actions are to be based on the initial crimes statute at the that time. The registration statute is being used as a proxy to add punitive measures. This is clearly double jeopardy so they are banking on misinformation and moving punitive measures into the registration clause because they would be caught red handed if they tried to make punitive actions related to the statute of the crime requiring registration. One of the biggest… Read more »

Imagine if EVERYONE were subjected to these “regulatory” burdens on the basis that everyone is a potential terrorist hiding in the shadows.

Methinks only if that were done would people change their minds about registration and all the collateral punishing things that go with it. Their brains do not work — until it directly imposed on them. Its good to do it to someone else, but not to them.

Another thought for legal attack: Can the US send info to foreign countries about registrants provided by California, or does California have to be the one to decide whether that info can be sent? Or, if the US does send the info regardless, can California legally send that info to the US, since California law limits the distribution of that information to a demonstrated danger to the community and also limits distribution of criminal records? If the US isn’t going to honor that, can California send that info to the US? If the state and police cannot even tell community… Read more »

It would seem unconstitutional for the US to aid and abet any foreign country against a US citizen.

Yes the US Dept. Of Justice is sending your Registration information to other country when you advise them you are leaving the USA as required under the Adam Walsh Act. If your state is not a AWA state the US Dept of Justice will still notify another country if they become aware of your travel. Country’s so notified have the right to refuse to let you into their country. This can include not letting you get off the plane as people exit the plan or putting you on the next plane back the USA. Also if you check Calif. Law… Read more »

Good comment, but this @Tim didn’t write it. Moderator check the email. I’ve used the same email for @Tim continuously. If my email is attached to the above Tim’s comments, we have a problem. If it is another Tim, no problem, it’s a good name just designate us as Tim1, Tim2 or something.

I’m a bit fuzzy regarding how all this works, so please correct me I’m wrong, and I apologize for repeating what has already been said. If I read this correctly, the US Dept. Of Justice consistently notifies the other country ONLY if the state the individual lives in is subject to the AWA? But, if the US Dept. Of Justice “becomes aware” of the individual’s travel plans, even if they are not subject to the AWA, they will also notify the other country. How would the the US Dept. Of Justice “become aware” of said travel plans? I am a… Read more »

MA Citizen: It appears Intl travel notices are sent on all registrants regardless of their state’s ADA compliance status. This is based on an entry into the DOJ NCIC database and/or the NSOR. Over the past year it does appear to be universally applied to all RSO’s as reported on this site. If you have ever been sent to “secondary” customs screening in the past then you are on these national lists. I have not heard any information of entry refusal to Jamaica, but if you do travel there, please let us know what happens. Expect to explain your offense… Read more »

Indeed, you see our own government has decided to give foreign countries negative information about us indicating that we are threat and should not be allowed to cross into their country. Our government is waging war against us treating us this way. They are “allowing us” to book a trip…pay for said trip…and then have it all taken away due to the negative information they provide. This is unfair and while I fully understand that life is not fair, we at least have some basic human rights left (I say left because they are doing their best to strip them… Read more »

See Hofsheier.

How so? Unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor is a voluntary relationship with a perfectly willing 16 / 17 year old minor – a person old enough to drive, hold a job and be charged and prosecuted as an adult for a variety of crimes. As well as be old enough to consent to sexual relations in half of the US States and most of the civilized world. For that to be a crime is absurd, but apparently many parents feel their ‘precious princess’ can only be a ‘victim’ in a case like that. It has never been subject to… Read more »

I do not recall how or why but I just ran across this…

Apparently in Illinois Community Notification is covered under the “Illinois Sex Offender and Child Murderer Community Notification Law”.

In other words… have a 15/16 year old girlfriend, download some inappropriate pictures – get covered under the “Sex Offender AND Child MURDERER Law”.

OMG. Lord help us all…

Oh, but it’s far easier to go after soft targets like RSO’s than to cleanup the sh*thole IL has become, Chi town in particular.

Chicago: 11 Killed, At Least 60 Wounded In Citywide Shootings This Weekend

Interesting proposal by opposite ends of the political spectrum in the Senate to do a comprehensive overhaul of the criminal justice system — including adding a route to expungement for adult criminal offenses for non-violent offenses. There are not much of any details in this story, so it can’t be seen whether they are proposing to include or exclude sex offenses in the enpungement possibilities. It also can’t be determined what would have to be done to obtain the expungement, and that could be draconian. But I doubt they would be talking about expunging a sex offense any earlier than… Read more »

I appreciate Everything Janice & Frank & Every one that stays compliant is doin’. I Also think “WE RSO’S” Need a better network & communication so “WE” CAN” Do More for each Other as a community because that is what “WE” Are” all be it a Growing one? Yet “Most Hated”! So,,no pun intended,,I believe “We” need to have a “Members Only” section on this site that is “NOT” Public”,,,That way “We” Could exchange confidential info as how to hold meetings & Also “We” well some of us “Have No Friends”& Well it get’s Just down to What do I… Read more »


I agree we RSO’s need a private area here to post as this site is getting a lot of media attention.

Media attention? Good. Turn up the volume.

I wish I could Build a site fer that but I’m unable to access the info to Validate each Member,, That takes another person that uses a separate computer that is not a felon.. There We are with that? Otherwise I would Build the site! But that “Could Make Me” a Very Responsible Person…Somethin’ Goes Wrong I would Be Responsible!!! There We Go Again??? IDK??

I do Know that the Mens Colonies or ” RSO Living Places”? Like the other states split up were not having any civil or criminal issues it was the States or Counties in Those states that Made them Close & split up! “Causin’ What” Uh,Huh,,,Registration bottlenecks! Hello!! IT IS ALL A GAME & WE ARE IT!

THIS IS THE Proper Approach in My Hum,,NO NOT So Humble,, But It’s My Opinion Anyway!!

I was at the Burrito truck gettin’ dinner & there was a few people around.. Anyway there was this lady in My peripheral vision & her daughter & the Mom looked @ me & “You Know” When “That Look” & She whispered in her daughters ear & She turned & looked horrified @ Me..Well that says it all ..My turn came to Order & the Mexican Guy I Usually Make My order in Spanish,,But This Time I made an exception! I said ” Loud Enough””I’ll have an Order of Getoverit with a side of I did!” & The Look of… Read more »

Even the Kid started laughin’ …It was classic!;-)

Well, another registration excellent adventure. For 3 years I’ve been trying to get the BPD to list the last registrable offense (20 years ago) and no subsequent felonies since — pursuant to 290.46. They say that is not how they do it even though I printed out the penal code section and took it down there. I even took it down there 2 months ago, sort of an advanced notice thing. She said she already has the penal code. So I was prepared this time and went in early because I wasn’t going to sign anything until they got it… Read more »

As an aside, I forgot to mention she had me take a DNA swab. It didn’t seem she was going to do that until I questioned her. So I think they probably don’t check DNA over and over and possibly only run it through the database when a sample is taken. She is probably hoping there will be some horrendous match. They can run me through whatever databases they want. Nothing there that they don’t already know about.

You are correct in that the dates of last conviction and release as well as subsequent felony conviction are to be added to the web site. As of 4 years ago. It is the law. See below. The web site is run by the DOJ. Why you, as an individual, should have to get the information from said DOJ and then furnish it to the aforementioned DOJ so they, the DOJ, can become compliant with the law is absurd. You are incorrect in stating that most profiles appear to have that information displayed. It is still absent in the vast… Read more »

what do you mean ” if I didn’t sign.” you mean ? the form or the other paper?

I filled out and signed the form but wouldn’t sign the papers after fingerprinting. I sent an email to the Megan’s law site asking who is supposed to complete the conviction date information. After a response I’ll go register and go the livescan route if necessary. It really pisses me off though that the executive branch tries to paint everyone as dangerous possible by refusing to acknowledge most offenses are decades old.

The saga continues. Today I went and registered and while there the DOJ email reply came in. It seems to me to mean the locals were out of compliance and the DOJ gave up. Here is the bottom line quoting from the DOJ: “In your e-mail, you request that the DOJ update the Megan’s Law Internet site to reflect your conviction date. “Please be advised, the DOJ is currently working with alternate agencies to obtain conviction and release information for publishing on the Megan’s Law Internet site. Unfortunately, the “Year of Last Conviction” and “Year of Last Release” cannot be… Read more »

Unfortunately, the “Year of Last Conviction” and “Year of Last Release” cannot be updated on an offender’s profile until this information has been received and verified by the DOJ.”

If the DOJ has the resources to verify than why in the Sam hill do they need other agencies to send them anything.
Clearly, a typical government runaround?

Yeah, no kidding. How ’bout that “alternate agencies” doublespeak? Anyone know what an alternate agency is? Somewhere in an alternate universe far, far away, like the Twilight Zone?

Joe, The LiveScan is for proof of identity. The DOJ claims it cannot discuss a criminal record for privacy reasons unless it is to someone authorized, like the person it pertains to. That no longer makes sense since the registry information is public now. Privacy? Really? The real reason is the DOJ gets to keep at least some of the fee for a LiveScan. Janice sent me LiveSacn form but I waited to try this first. You may be right about jurisdictions not providing this information. I know some jurisdictions do though. It is important for obvious reasons but also… Read more »

From my reading of that statute, the local jurisdiction where you register is not the one to deal with that information. That statute says it is state Department of Justice that must do that. It does not make that part of the registration process, only part of the Website posting. As for whether they have that information, all that information is required to be reported to the state Justice Department when it happens, and some of it required to be kept by the local district attorney, so they should have it. If not, then their records are incomplete and I… Read more »

You may be right, Anon (nickname 🙂 But it may be helpful to point out that the DOJ requires information from the local authorities via the forms they require the local authorities to fill out. IOW, the DOJ may think it fulfills its obligation by having that space in the forms. There doesn’t appear to be a place on the current form for the local authorities to enter the conviction date. But that refers to the form I had to fill out. Who knows what else the DOJ requires. One thing for sure. There used to be a space on… Read more »

I’d have to look at what you are talking about. But meanwhile, I think you are misunderstanding how it all comes together and who does what. For one, the local authority doesn’t have to know or even find out when you were convicted. All they have to do is take your registration information, do what they want with it but also send it to the state. The local authorities are not obligated to now dig into and find all the background information about your conviction, although they could if they want to as its readily available to them. It is… Read more »

Anon, all that information is in your rap sheet and the locals have access to it. Or is supposed to be. That is the reason for the LiveScan, to get the rap sheet and be able to point out the error or missing data like conviction date. You can get a copy of your rap sheet and check it for errors if you do a LiveScan fingerprinting first. PENAL CODE SECTION 11120-11127 11120. As used in this article, “record” with respect to any person means the state summary criminal history information as defined in subdivision (a) of Section 11105, maintained… Read more »

Well,,No One Here in Kern or Bakersfield I checked with to have a Mtg ,,Says We are all Booked Up !!!,,, So I guess That Means NO Bakersfield Mtg. fer Now….This is 1 mean lil County!!! Total ,,Isolation Talk about a COLD day in the summer !!!!!!!

& It’s 105Hot here! but it feels like the South Pole When Askin’ ANYTHING RELATED TO ,,,US!

I’m bringing my wife and new baby girl from the hospital tomorrow (July 10). Problem is the hospital social worker somehow found out I’m registered and called me into the county Child Protective Services. Supposedly, I’m going to get a call within 10 days and a home visit.

I’m not on probation or parole and have had my charge (311.11a) reduced and expunged, for what it’s worth. My question is do I have to meet with the CPS and/or let them into my home without some probable cause, court order, warrant, etc.?

No you don’t. I would not let them in. Or tell them to get a court order. Those people are horrible.

I’m so sorry, Derek, that you and your family are being subjected to this nonsense! Congrats on the new daughter!!

This is exactly what is wrong with this law. Congratulations and the best wishes to you and your family.

I’d strongly consider a lawsuit against the hospital and the nurse.

Congratulations on your little one! Regarding the hospital do-gooder: Wow, that’s total BS. I noticed that the nurses on the maternity floor were a little cool toward me when my daughter was born. Three years later when my boy came along I did not sense it as much, but there seemed to be some kind of security guard posted outside the door of one of the rooms so, being the self-centered guy that I am, I worried that it was about me. I made a casual comment to a nurse, “You must have some kind of dignitary here,” but she… Read more »

I have no advice other to express my congratulations to you and your wife on this happiest of occasions. I cannot even imagine having to deal with this cr@p when I came home from the hospital decades ago with a colicky and jaundiced baby that took days to get the hang of eating / nursing…

Best wishes especially to the new mother. She REALLY should NOT have to deal with this sort of thing during this wonderful and stressful time!

Hi everybody, thanks for your input, this is big relief. I was worried there was some restriction in the Sec 290 that forbade me from being in the newborn section of the hospital. If I get a CPS meeting I’m going to have legal representation with me all the same.

I’m so sorry Derek. What an invasion of your right to a private family moment. It’s like when the Berlin wall fell, the Stazi, like exposed cockroaches, scurried away to find a new dark place and found a place and purpose here in America, spying on the RSO.

If your case has been expunged, there should be absolutely no probable cause.

These laws bully registrants implicitly according to their design and allow bullying by society at large.

Anyone know the connection between the DMV and 290? I renewed my DL over the phone. It didn’t come. So I called. They told me I had to go in. So I went in and had to fill out the form. Twice the clerk had to have her supervisor come to the window, the first time it looked like to enter a password. The second time the supervisor said something about registration then went back to her desk. I asked what that was about since I wasn’t doing car registration. Got the brush off. Anyway, another long story short, the… Read more »

Need more information here. You had to go in and fill out a form? Which form? What were your Google search terms to come up with “V C Section 13372 Denial Suspension or Revocation of Ambulance Driver Certificate?”


The form was a standard driver’s license renewal form. Same as everyone fills out. For the Google search the terms were

California DMV 290

though adding “penal code” would probably bring up more relevant hits. “Section 290” is used in the Vehicle Code Section 13372 above.

From my reading of that statute, the local jurisdiction where you register is not the one to deal with that information. That statute says it is state Department of Justice that must do that. It does not make that part of the registration process, only part of the Website posting. As for whether they have that information, all that information is required to be reported to the state Justice Department when it happens, and some of it required to be kept by the local district attorney, so they should have it. If not, then their records are incomplete and I… Read more »

fundraising idea

Can CRSOL sell t shirt that said

front and back
that way when we go in to reg
we are promoting CRSOL

hopefully get it on the mugshot.

PARODY…for now. Enjoy 🙂 Channel 13 Action News: News you can trust! Anchorman: And finally tonight, some good news about what our officials are doing to protect our children. Law enforcement across the country today made sweeping arrests netting thousands of sex offenders manufacturing pornography of the smallest babies you can imagine. Computers and manufacturing equipment were seized and investigators are combing through the records to find the recipients. “Fetal Porn” as it’s being called, has hit epidemic proportions across the civilized world, and something needed to be done to protect these children from being victims for life before they’re… Read more »

Today was a good day, a day that has given me a glimmer of hope for the future. My arrest records were cleared by the judge in Santa Clara County. I had a PD file the PC1203.4 Record Clearance Application and clearance was granted! While not earth shaking news because the clearance is mandatory in my case, it’s a first step. I do have a plan of attack: 1. Record Clearance 2. Reduce 664.288.2(B) to a misdemeanor, it’s a wobbler; try to reduce 664.288(a) 3. Request that the information on me contained in Megan’s list be updated to show record… Read more »

I know this is off topic, but it’s definitely relevant to the tide finally changing away from draconian rule of law. The decision was ruled based on a violation of the Eighth Amendment banning cruel and unusual punishment. I’d like to see the abolition of the registry on the same grounds.

I’m confused over what is going on with Jessica’s law.
When i ask at the orange PD about , the detective doing the 290 registration said it didn’t apply to me.

So is there a narrow field to who it applies? Is it only for people on parole or under the CDCR for felonies or is it still tied up in the courts? What’s the current deal?

I thought this here was interesting. Veteran Visited by CHP After Tweeting That a Controversial Cop Should be “Executed” Looks like Law Enforcement is cracking down on those who make comments that are equivalent to inciting violence on fellow citizens. Wonderful news! Wondering if they will track down and visit every author of every comment involving a rope in a public square, a .22 cent bullet to the back of the head or those ever popular rusty hedge clippers on news articles about those charged and or convicted of a certain type of crime. Please consider this (from the… Read more »

If they get your identifiers that will make it all the easier for them. Which brings up a point about prop. 35. If those judges want to see what it is like when one bans anonymous speech, they can come down and research the local paper in my little faux rural suburb. They don’t allow you to submit opinions anonymously. You have to give your name and address to the paper. As an excuse for this, they give an answer that those who don’t give their names are too cowardly to warrant an opinion. Yes, sounds like something an elementary… Read more »

Hi Everyone,,I don’t know where else to post this but it has allot to do with Us You Can Bet This Article is a Must Read for RSO’S Because We Are Already Labeled.

There was some good news from Florida earlier this week. Palm Beach County scaled back it’s residency restrictions to comply with the state law after being faced with a lawsuit. I hope the Florida Action Committee will find volunteers to follow this example to put an end to these rogue local laws that have forced citizens to move into swamps, under bridges, or abandoned warehouses near train tracks (Leper Colonies). Ideally these registrants should be compensated for these misdeeds if in fact they had a state compliant residence they have been illegally denied to live in. ————————— “It’s one of… Read more »

Scotus has in recent history generally yielded to states’ rights. This should imply that any county or municipality should yield as well. It may be likely that the recent Appellate Court’s decision is aligned with this methodology. If for example, 500 victims of the registry were to descend upon the fair city of Hysteria, would their local LE be able to summon with effectiveness, the county sheriff or CHP to help incarcerate these individuals? Unless an unlawful assembly statute was employed at the county level, it would likely be contingent on the city to manage the problems they created and… Read more »

While SCOTUS can certainly yield to the state when it comes to local laws that aren’t enumerated in the Constitution, one thing that SCOTUS MUST do it to enforce the amendment rights that registrants DO have. THIS IS KEY. The BOTTOM LINE of the US Constitution: Individual rights enumerated in the Constitution through Amendments… TRUMP States rights, including the ability to make laws that dictate safety between individuals whom are not incarcerated nor under the jurisdiction of the court, which in turn… TRUMP All federal laws Idiots like the Hesperia City council, and any government entity as a whole, conveniently… Read more »

The key to this distortion is the introduction of punitive language into the 290 body in addition to any punishment rendered according to the initial crime. So as I see it, if 290 is regulatory, it should be just to show up and register in accordance with the state of 290 at the exact date of sentencing for the initial registerable offense. That should imply that anyone sentenced prior to approximately 1996, should only have to register each time they move and should not be held accountable to any additions to the law since then. Just this small example is… Read more »

Is there an Ornage County office for CARSOL one can volunteer at?

Is it me or is HomeFacts keep appearing on the top bracket of Google every time someone looks up their name?

Insidious is the word that best describes the antics of the big G. Nothing should surprise anyone at this point.

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