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NY: State Senate Enacts ‘Brittany’s Law’

New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio today announced that the State Senate has taken significant and important action in adopting a tougher stance against violent crime by enacting the “Domestic Violence Prevention Act-Brittany’s Law.”  This legislation, Senate Bill 513, sponsored by Nozzolio, will create a publically accessible registry of convicted violent felons. Full Article

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Next it’ll be drug dealers …..and DUI drivers….and bad check writers …..and jay walkers. And in California: yard waterers!

“First, they came for the sex offenders…”

(Google applicable Holocaust horror picture here)

Here in California, those convicted of using narcotics and those convicted of arson must also register their presence with police when moving into that jurisdiction. However, neither of those is lifetime requirement, and information about these registrants is not made available to the public.

Half of me thinks this would be great, the other half thinks no way, it make me mad to think a two time drunk driver here in California killed three girls on Halloween and got small sentence . He will be out and nobody will know. He will be free to become Anonymous again. He will be able to live a normal life. But those of us on the sex offender reg NO WAY can live a normal life, we did not kill someone.

And in some cases, we’re not even accused of touching someone while the killer of three gets his life back.

Shhh! (Puts hands over ears and sings la la la) I can’t listen to your nonsense. Everyone knows the ONLY threat to children on Halloween are offenders.

The creation of another subclass of disenfranchised citizens can only add to the numbers of those voicing the truth about this concept of continued punishment after the debt has been paid. You’re right, David. In the effort to track, trail, monitor and persecute, our system of justice is assembling an army against itself.

This is ridiculous, and will do nothing to prevent or deter anything.

Good! Pass this law! I’ll just sit idly by and watch your state go broke trying to enforce this crap! It’s almost hilarious! You people are already complaining that you need more money and resources for Megan’s Law enforcement, which is why you outsourced monitoring to civilians.

This will be exciting to watch.

How will the criminalize women who harm their children or give birth to them behind a dumpster or where ever they please because they didn’t want it?

Yeah, that woman who beheaded her child (, where is the law named after the son? Poor Zahree was born a black boy and not a middle class white darling, and his mother was a black woman and admittedly used illegal drugs. There’s two strikes against them already in the theater of public sentiment and he will not be immortalized with his name on bridges and roadsides. More and more this country is offering either death or a lifetime on a public shaming registry for those who are deemed strange, the poor, the mentally ill and the unlucky.

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