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This law is a violation of not just constitutional law but of spiritual law and natural law. Even a
mother bear can be with her cups but it’s not allowed for a registrant to be in a park with their child as their child’s first line of protection? Accidents happen all the time in parks. Kids fall from trees, choke on hot-dogs and do things without thinking (they’re kids for Pete sake!). Are you sure it’s wise to disallow any parent the fundamental right of being with their child in public places? REALLY? Who is liable if a registrant’s child gets hurt and their parent wasn’t allowed the right of choice to be there? Has there been any history of registered sex offenders attacking children in parks? No? Then why the law? The registry itself is a LIVING DEATH it is Evil and it is Wrong. It started from a place of darkness, fear and loss and has grown like a cancer throughout our society incarcerating even children as young as 9 years old. Why do we have probation and parole departments? To ensure those coming out are under a grinder of accountability and therapy for years prior to coming back into society. Why are we enacting laws that by their nature are designed to segregate and do harm to these people and their families after they have paid their debt to society? Where are we in pre-1945 Germany? Hitler would be quite proud. The registered sex offender has become every politician’s new whipping boy for votes. The ideal target has finally been found. Beyond native Americans, blacks or even Japanese Americans of WWII the registered sex offender…Who dares to defend them? No clergy member, politician or patriot. Truly these people are viewed as the scourge of the Earth. America can do better than having a registry that breeds these kind of draconian laws. TRUTH

So…do the residency restrictions apply only to those on parole or probation, or all 290 registrants? Why can’t we get a solid answer on this?

Well; I suppose this is better than nothing. Hopefully they’ll just have to repeal their residency restrictions at a later date. The fact that Attorney General Kamala Harris feels that residency restrictions are only constitutional for parolees is a sign that things are indeed changing; I’ll bet her opinion would have been quite different a few years back. I’m not planning to move to Riverside County anyway, but I do spend allot of time there, so I’m glad to know that I won’t pick up a felony if I get a flat tire near one of the former restricted areas, like a school bus stop and I can now go to functions in parks and I can even go to a library or public swimming pool (NOT! People pee in those things! Yuuk!) if I so desire. Thanks again Janice. Your doing a great job for registrants and freedom in America in general.

The JacobWetterling Resource Center (JWRC), founded after the kidnapping of the 11 year old in 1998, states: “Because residency restrictions have been shown to be ineffective at preventing harm to
children, and may indeed actually increase the risks to kids, JWRC does not suppor residency

Colorado Department of Public Safety, 2004

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