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AL: Schools adjust sex offender policies

The Tallapoosa County Board of Education made adjustments to its sex offender on campus policy to take into account laws that allow registered sex offenders some rights to visit their children at school. Full Article

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Ignorance upon ignorance. The attorney for the school board thinks it’s “regrettable” that a person who is registered can visit his child or child’s teacher at school? Or attend a school related extracurricular activity. What the hell does he think that person is going to do? Use the visit, or attending the event, as a “beard” to mask his real desire to sexually assault a kid on the campus or at the event? Clearly he is saying as much. That is why they must “be careful”. WOW! He also as much as said that ALL the people they know of… Read more »

If a student at any school in the United States is going to be molested on school grounds, it’s most likely going to be by a teacher or another official, or by another student in that school.

What kinds of things do they have in place to ensure that isn’t going to happen?

Damn good point. Surprised I missed making it myself. But I was just so flabbergasted by the “logic” of that attorney.

When has all this become ‘real’? The status quo? Are people even realizing how absurd all of this has gotten? “We have those procedures (in place) because we control access to the building with locked doors, entrance cameras and those kinds of things” “It’s regrettable, but we have a situation where convicted sex offenders still retain rights to see their children or visit the school on certain occasions,” “it’s in an open, public setting in a football stadium” These statements just stand – from officials, the media, without being questioned? I challenge you to find another country where people are… Read more »

Not in the Developed World, at least. When it comes to human rights we’re going to have to compare ourselves to poor and repressed countries like North Korea, so that we can find someone to appear better against, just like we have to do with our rates of infant mortality and education.

I have to respectfully disagree. If you’re talking about locked up, we do have the highest rate or prison incarcerations of any first world nation.

HOWEVER, up in Canada, and in most of the “free” countries of Europe have much more restrictive speech than we do.

In England, for example, this was a POLICE matter and called “HATE SPEECH”

UK Church Pulls ‘Hell’ Sign after atheist complaint, police inquiry. – Narcissistic views on News/Politics

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