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San Bernardino County sued over controversial sex offender ordinance

SAN BERNARDINO >> A civil rights attorney fighting for the repeal or revision of laws restricting the movement of sex offenders in cities and counties across California has sued San Bernardino County, challenging its ordinance. Full Article

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The largest county in the U.S. possibly feels as though they are above the law. Time for them to learn that they’re not!

Ordinances, such as the ordinance adopted by the County of San Bernardino, have a dramatic chilling effect upon all registered citizens and their families. About 80 cities and 10 counties originally had such ordinances and every ordinance was different. In one city, you could walk on a pier. In another city you could not. Add the fact that there were no signs warning a registered citizen of the restrictions and the result in many cases was paralysis. Many registered citizens did not leave the town in which they live for fear that they would be locked up for a year… Read more »

Keep up the great work Janice.

The article states: “Bellucci also sued the city of Murrieta on Oct. 9.”, but I haven’t found a news article or a press release on this site about the Murrieta litigation.

In addition to the lawsuit filed against Murrieta (Riverside County), Murrieta’s Mayor was arrested on 10/16 for a DUI, while injuring 4 “children”. Now, perhaps he will see what it feels like to be ridiculed. Maybe he will understand why we say that one regrettable mishap shouldn’t define you for the rest of your life.

The problem is, JM, that self-righteous a-holes seldom think of themselves as self-righteous a-holes. Even if it’s pointed out to them in a booking photo.

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