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MI: Does Michigan’s sex offender registry keep us safer?

It has been 10 years since ____ ____, a married father and caretaker at an Oakland County Catholic church, was convicted of groping a teenage girl over her sweater, a claim ____ vehemently denies. ____ , then-37 with a clean criminal record, was convicted of misdemeanor sexual assault and sent to jail for seven months.

Though a misdemeanor, state law demanded ____ be listed on the same public sex offender registry as hard-core rapists, pedophiles and other felons. It has meant a decade of poverty, unemployment, harassment and depression for him. Under current state law, he’ll be on the list until 2031. Full Article

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  1. Erich

    Yet another article supporting all the other evidence. It’s like having a stadium of people see the ball dropped, but the referee calls it a touchdown. We need to change our referees in this game, or we will never win!

  2. Nicholas Maietta

    Those red dots are super scary. A dot by any other color is just a dot.

  3. Timmr

    Look at their map. How come Michigan has 43% more per capita registered citizens than California? Michigan has a tiered registry, so shouldn’t that make their rate of registered citizens per 100,000 people less than the Golden State’s? Hope this state doesn’t copy their system.

    • Harry

      It maybe, that every dog caught using the fire hydrant is on the list.

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