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MA: SJC ruling leads to release of sex offenders

SALEM — Dozens of sex offenders have been released from custody in the two weeks since the state’s highest court ruled that the state’s lifetime community parole law violates the state constitution, the county’s chief prosecutor said this week.

And District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett said he’s concerned that they’re hitting the street with almost no advance notice. “It’s a dire safety issue for us to have these people on the street with no notice,” said Blodgett, who believes as many as 40 offenders are being released in Essex County as a result of the ruling. Full Article

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  1. Margaret Moon

    This is excellent news. It appears that some judges are taking back their authority to sentence. I wish the judiciary would fight the mandatory minimums for federal offenses!

  2. Q

    “It’s a dire safety issue for us to have these people on the street with no notice,”????

    I suppose this guy is just another joker in the long line of jokers that only thinks he knows what he is talking about. I wonder what it would take to motivate people to seek out the facts / truth about this largely manufactured issue and realize they have been lied to for a very long time? It’s very clear to me at this point we have too few public officials that are man / woman enough to step up and set the record straight. The lie continues.

    • Margaret Moon

      Q, that stupid remark was just “posturing” by the D.A. He’s probably going to run for some office soon… or it’s time for re-election. Sadly, uninformed people will listen.

      • Q

        Margaret Moon

        Ever notice it’s always those with a vested interest in the “sex offender” lie that make these sensational remarks. Sure; you sometimes hear from some uninformed members of the general public at times, but it’s usually those with something to lose; usually money or face, that scream ominous tidings.

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