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Lompoc May Revise ‘Presence’ Restrictions for Sex Offenders

The City of Lompoc is poised to repeal its stringent requirements on where registered sex offenders can visit, a change stemming from a lawsuit filed by a Grover Beach man. Full Article

Santa Maria attorney files sex offender lawsuit against Lompoc

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Hmmm….. I find the ambiguous statements in this article about the Grover Beach man “Frank Lindsay” interesting; “but has not been convicted of a felony since then.” I’m sure if this man ever got any kind of a charge beyond a parking ticket the story would have been all over it. It appears this man committed one crime a lifetime ago and has not committed another crime since, has apparently lived as a normal citizen without any kind of legal problem since, yet Lompoc doesn’t want him to be able to take his children or grand children to the park… Read more »

OK; here’s another site that practices censorship. It took less than an hour for this post to disappear. maybe it will show back up; Yea Right!

My comment is gone! I don’t know if it’s my computer (not likely) or if it’s censorship. Small wonder the most of the general public is in a stupor when it comes to actually knowing anything that isn’t outright fantasy regarding registrants and the true nature of these preemptive ordinances. As long as these news outlets that encourage discussion remove comments that don’t line up with their opinion we cannot expect the public to change it’s opinion anytime soon.

OK; my post is there. I sure hope allot of people read the CASCOMB report. 🙂

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Simple logic says if the state supreme court ruled these ordinances are unconstitutional, then that means these ordinances are illegal. I’m in total agreement these ignorance based ordinances, used rigorously by self serving individuals and groups need to go all together. I hope your wrong about the state supreme court. It’s like a crap shoot with them; not allot of jurisprudence there when it comes to victims of the registry. I hope the concerted effort by Janice and others comes to pass. We’ll see.

I’m not sure we should allow ANYTHING to remain on the local law books. If regulation of sex offenders is preempted by the state, locals should not have any kind of sex offender ordinance, even if it simply state the same language as state law. Finish this local ordinance crap once and for all; don’t leave it to fight all over again another day. We can’t always have hundreds of battles to fight over any and every little details instead of having it all in one place and one fight. If they won;t agree to that, then we shod proceed… Read more »

There is a concerted effort and strategy to end all city and county presence restrictions in California this calendar year. So far, 28 cities have repealed their presence restrictions without being sued and 13 lawsuits have been filed. The lawsuits will continue until these restrictions are gone.

Janice, I think you are doing an amazing job. I still disagree with the laws forbidding where people can live and these Halloween Ordinances need to be overturned as well. Great job!

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