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WA: Sex offenders arrested in Pasco’s Peanuts Park say they didn’t know it is a park

Two high-risk sex offenders stopped in downtown Pasco’s Peanuts Park on the same day claimed they didn’t know the one-acre concrete plaza is a designated city park. Full Article

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Well, I’m not sure what to say. Hanging out with gang members , carrying crack pipes and possessions a knife after a prison stint isn’t a great idea. Although , being homeless isn’t a great situation as well. It sounds like rehab, a halfway house and job skills would benefit these individuals as opposed to putting them in jail.

I agree with you…these guys have a lot of “issues” besides the RSO thing. It just PROVES that the one size fits all approach of the sex offender registry is faulty…it doesn’t work! Each and every case is different and it is so crystal clear that politicians simply want to keep it this way simply to use as a political tool for their own selfish manipulation of voters! Shame on them! Politicians are the ones harming children…they create victims…both in creating the illusion that the sex offender is a stranger and that putting a dot on a map will protect… Read more »

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