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Deadly Halloween Across the Nation

Halloween took a deadly turn for trick-or-treaters, paradegoers and party guests across the country, on a holiday that federal safety regulators say is one of the deadliest on America’s roadways.

At least 15 people were killed and nine others were injured in accidents and a fire connected to the festivities in the past few days, in states from California to New York, and Washington to Maine. Full Article

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  1. td777

    A Google search I just did shows no reports of a single child being molested on Halloween this year, whether by those on the registry or those not on it, versus 15 killed and 9 injured by vehicles. Yeah, yeah, we all know about Operation Boo, and most states have similar operations on Halloween where they go after parolees and keep them in check. But what about the hundreds of thousands of us nationwide who are not on parole and not kept in check that night by law enforcement? Nope, no reports of any of us molesting, kidnapping, killing, or otherwise harming a child in any way.

    What is the real danger here? Again, 15 dead and 9 injured…and every one of them has one thing in common. It’s sure not anything to do with those of us on the registry! The common threads for these 24 victims? Trick-or-treating and being struck by vehicles.

  2. Janice Bellucci

    It is truly amazing that government organizations continue to spend significant resources trying to stop something that has never happened — an individual on the registry who sexually assaults a child while trick or treating. Yet the same organizations ignore the true cause of harm, even death, to children on Halloween — those who drive cars often under the influence of alcohol. The public should be angry that elected officials are spending taxpayer dollars unwisely. It is time to be heard. Please send letters and E-mails and/or call those who represent you at every level of government.

  3. JM

    “those who drive cars under the influence of alcohol on Halloween”. Like Orange County’s District Attorney’s assistant, Susan Kang Schroeder’s husband. Yet, she would be the first to lead the witch hunt.

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