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Lakeside residents outraged over sex offender’s release

SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) – The community of Lakeside is in an uproar over news that a registered sex offender could soon be living across the street from an elementary school. Full Article

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Two things…Thank you Janice that this young man is able to live with his family upon release in spite of where they live. It is great to see something here that, even though the article is unfavorable on it’s face, there’s a hidden gem in there that let’s us all know that your efforts are indeed bearing fruit!!! For all those who are discouraged or don’t think Janice and CARSOL is making much of a difference, all you have to do is look at where this man gets to live and know Janice and CARSOL is making all the difference… Read more »

That’s all he did, got a kiss of death. Doesn’t mean it was right but when there is sex in the air it is news.

Nowadays when you are released from your prison term, or from a term on a parole violation, there is a stringent condition: you must pass interviews with two different psychologists. That is what I went through on my last release in 2011. Each interview lasted over an hour, and the psychologists came armed with laptops, pointed and probing questions, the whole nine yards. The purpose of the interviews is to determine is you are a dangerous person, or if you can safely be released. I passed the interviews with no problems, but my bunkmate did not. They determined he was… Read more »

What he was convicted of could cover a lot of ground. The circumstance of the offense should play a part in the reaction of the community. But we/they don’t know those.

Who’s in danger here?
Hopefully, the police will keep an eye on this guy, but also on others in the area who mean harm, and not just for reasons espoused by this community, to protect children, but to protect all human life.

I do not know this family, but I researched this story, because I used to teach at Lakeview many years ago, and know the area. Thirteen years ago, when Lee (registrant) was just 19/20 he “kissed” a 14 year old girl who had lied about her age, which put him on the registry. (If there were more to the story, you know the media would have published it) Later, his wife apparently became ill, or perhaps she was able to hire someone to help with their daughter, as it appears she is a special needs child. She hires a friend… Read more »

Thinking it has a lot to do with the latter… ramping up the propaganda before the state Supremes hear the residency restrictions case and get people outraged and start making calls. I’m still scratching my head over the defeat of Doe v. Harris and the state’s right to change a contract binding the other party, but not the state.

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x