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Sex offender files lawsuit against Grover Beach

A registered sex offender filed a federal lawsuit last week against the city of Grover Beach challenging an ordinance that makes it a crime for sex offenders to set up residency in most of the city. The law suit is the first filed against a city since the California Supreme Court’s decision declared such restrictions unconstitutional. Full Article

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  1. Q

    You go Frank!!! This is going to be really interesting. They should have heard of you as a plaintiff challenging these lawless laws way before this, and if they haven’t, they soon will. The comments section tells me that there are still allot of ignorant people out there; and also that the tide is turning.

  2. jo

    Perhaps if they would stop calling us “Sex Offenders” people would stop reacting. Read those comments and you would think he is churning out victims weekly. We are doing such a good job in this country when it comes to curtailing labeling people why can’t we stop being branded?

    • NPS

      I noticed that right away, too. I’m pretty sure all those commenters just read the title only and proceeded to comment. Many sheeple tend to ignore hard data and facts. The media does that on purpose to maintain a large number of people who swear by Megan’s Law to vote for politicians that defend it and keep it in tact.

    • j

      Society will always need scapegoats and whipping boys. That is a sad but true fact. The fact that politicians push lies and turn them into laws is what is the most disturbing of all.

      Ex-cons is good for everyone else but not registrants. What happened to the term “Clear 7?”. It does not apply and job discrimination still occurs while employers ride this bandwagon filled with lies also.

    • Q

      jo; apparently thinking before taking action is too far above the heads of most questionably intelligent people on many of the city counsels in this state. I think this is why they just react, and then get confused when things don’t turn out their way. The presence restriction laws and ordinances are a perfect example, and now it’s going to happen with residency restrictions.

      Proverb;
      stupid is as stupid does
      A person’s intelligence may be judged by the wisdom of his or her actions.

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