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GA: Madison County woman fires gun to ‘send message’ to sex offender

Authorities arrested on Saturday a 61-year-old Madison County woman after she allegedly fired two gun shots as a way of sending “a message” to a convicted sex offender she didn’t want on her property. Full Article

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This woman is a certifiable lunatic and just one more shining example in the exceedingly long list of examples of why the registry should not be available to the public. Spiked with the rhetoric of woefully mis-informed self serving politicians and victims advocacy groups, as well as the presstitutes, many people who have served their time end up harmed in a society that does next to nothing to protect the rights (LOL) of those placed on the registry. I don’t expect this crazy woman to get what she deserves, but at least she was arrested. Not a day goes by… Read more »

Why is this not being treated as an attempted murder? Any time you point a gun at someone and pull the trigger, when motivated not by fear of your safety in a life vs death moment, is attempted murder. As i read the story, it sounded like the man was actually hit. Watch her get probation.

Because Nicholas; the man wears the scarlet label. This society does the least possible to protect registrants; be it their rights or their physical well being. If you or I pointed a gun at someone and pulled the trigger to “send a message” we would in all likelihood be buried in some prison for the rest of our lives or until we were murdered because we wear the scarlet label. I hate this legal system and most of this society because of what they have done to us. The judgment we receive is based on what a few people we… Read more »

As I mentioned before, a registered citizen is going to lose it one day and fight back!

I would be that registrant. If anyone ever tried to lay one finger on me because they think I’m a child molester or whatever, one individual would not be walking away without allot of help. In fact one of us would probably need to be carried away; dead or alive.

The victim was actually hit by a pellet. Somewhat different that the notion that a gun was merely fired to vent her hatred. Let the assailant face justice and be subject to a proportional level of dehumanization by the system.

Maybe at the end she can understand the difference between right and wrong and also the difference between justice and vigilantism – but don’t hold your breath.

The victim should apply for any legal rights and protections accorded to him and demand compensation and damages from her as well.

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