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Tehachapi repeals sex offender ordinance to avoid lawsuit

TEHACHAPI, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) – The city is backing away from an ordinance that restricted sex offenders.

The city’s ordinance prohibited sex offenders from visiting libraries, parks and other places where children gather. Full Article

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  1. Q

    This is definitely cool 🙂 But why do these news outlets always say CA-RSOL “claims” these ordinances are unconstitutional? WTF is up with that? Then they always say things like “has successfully challenged” them in court?” Why is it that it’s never mentioned that the state supreme court “ruled these illegal ordinances unconstitutional?” Or that these cities are in violation of the law each day they have these ordinances on the books? They never even come close to touching on the “facts” that registrants re-offend at less than 6% and most other crimes are somewhere in the 70%+ range for re-offense. They never mention that kids are in more danger from trusted and known people than they are from strangers, and that registrants are the least likely to abscond with their children. They never “inform” their readers that this is all backed up by statistics from reputable sources like the DOJ and the CDC, as well as CASCOMB and that years of empirical evidence also points to the futility and lack of a need for these kinds of preemptive laws. Whats up with all that?

    • Bugs

      Yeah! What’s up Doc?

      • Q

        I’ll tell you what’s up; Bugs, the citizens are not being told the entire truth. They are being told half truths / partial truths and fed ambiguous and misleading information. That’s what’s up.

    • Janice Bellucci

      While most media do not include the statistics you mentioned, there are a precious few that do. One of them is the TV station in Bakersfield. Please look for that story on this website and listen. It will be worth your time.

      • Q

        Thanks Janice; I did watch that one and it was much more unbiased than many of the other ones I’ve seen, and it did put out allot more accurate information. I think the most powerful statement in that particular news report was when Frank said “that’s not who I am today.”

  2. Tired of hiding

    As I have suggested time and time again…keep them busy in court.

    If every sex offender in every city would be represented by lawyers who were not simply lawyers for the money but rather the love of the law then the courts would be so busy defending their illegal laws that they would not have time to enact more!

    The publicity of constant sex offenders in court suing would at least keep the injustice in the public’s collective conscience and might finally show the inconsistencies and illogical use of the sex offender registry.

    It might shatter the illusion of safety the government claims it creates (total lie that has been proven time and time again)!

    Sue the city! Sue every city! Sue the state! Sue the federal government!

    • Tim

      Like many other displaced people from native Americans to poor people in Detroit denied municipal water, who can’t get the ear of their own government, let let the whole world know our grievance. Let’s file a petition to the United Nations to censure the US for not only violating its own Constitution, but the Universal Declaration of Rights which the US signed onto. This would be an appropriate route to protest the International Meagan’s Law, as well as other ex post facto punishments.

  3. sérviam

    Janice Bellucci truly has God on her side. Keep up the great work!

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