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Government Officials Damaging a Person’s Reputation Overseas

This is happening more and more; U.S. government officials are attacking registered citizens who live overseas or who are going on vacations overseas. They are doing this by notifying the other countries to the fact that registrants are in or traveling to their country and that our government is implying, that because a person is a registered citizen, that they are coming into or are living in the other country for the expressed purpose of committing additional criminal acts. So the question arises, do they notify other countries every time any person with a criminal conviction travels there or is this policy just aimed at register citizen’s? Full Article on sosen.org

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  1. Jo

    Why are we not gearing up with ACLU and other liberties defendants to fight this head on?

    • Harry

      I agree, this needs to be put on the front burner, ASAP. When I go to the Philippines with my wife it is for family matters. I have and never have any intention of doing anything wrong. For the US Government to suggest otherwise is a crime in it self.

    • Q

      This does indeed need to be stopped. I have relatives in a foreign country I’ll never get to spend time with unless they come here. Is that fair?

  2. td777

    If one person does this to another, it is grounds for a defamation of character lawsuit. Shouldn’t this be the same when our government does it?

  3. David

    Hmmm, the scumbags who came up with this “notification” were clever in a very malicious way: they “merely notify” other countries – what those other countries do with the information is entirely up to them, right? Aaargh!!

    • Jo

      But they don’t merely notify, from what I have read. They send along opinion as well.

  4. USA

    Wow, this is terrible! I mean, you can murder someone and have more rights! My first question is, how long are you required to register? The Adam Walsh Act is out of control. The part about not being able to sponser a bride from another country is surreal! Thats outrageous!

    • Harry

      At the same time a woman beater can and whom the wife will, most likely, end up dead.

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