Shelby Introduces International Megan’s Law to Prevent Child Exploitation

WASHINGTON, DC – Monday, July 27, 2015 – U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) today introduced S.1867, legislation to protect children from exploitation by establishing an international notification system to provide advanced notice of travel by registered sex offenders to destination countries.  This legislation is a companion to H.R. 515, which was introduced by U.S. Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ). Full Press Release



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We can file a complaint with the ACLU requesting their opposition to this. I am.

Washington DC ACLU complaint form:

And the respective ACLU state chapter.

I am trying to get some information about leaving the United States, indefinitely. Does anyone know if I am even able to get a U.S. passport again, with a felony possession foe C.P., California 311.11(a)? I am not on parole or probation. Sometimes I wonder if I am trapped here though. What do I need to know?

I don’t have a passport yet, but trying to get one. I am concerned I will be refused because I am 290. CP possession. Passport form say if I performed certain acts or conditions mentioned below, the portion which applies should be lined out and have to give a sworn affirmation explanatory statement attached to the application.

Then below it says:

“furthermore, I have not been convicted of…a “sex tourism” crimes statute. something about ineligible due to a “sex trafficking” crimes statute. But there is no definition, and no citation to look up. I don’t want to waste my money just to be told no, I can’t have a passport. I register for CP possession, Cal. Pen Code 311.11(a).Felony. I also know DHS is relentless about informing on our travel to the inbound foreign county. I don’t want to be turned away and deported. I’ve also heard some countries will arrest you just for being a felon,let alone an RSO, in their country.

My fixed monthly income isn’t enough to survive in California. But is enough south of the border and maybe other places. Probably not Europe. Maybe other places. I will not fly out of U.S. And I prefer no visa issues. Even if I have to move every 6 months or so. I just don’t want anymore scrutiny. I want to be left alone. Live out my golden years,peacefully. Like anyone else should be entitled to do.

I want to travel a little. Live on a warm beach. Enjoy life again. I have never left California, in fact I live 3 miles from the house I grew up in. I want to see the world before I die. I don’t want to go on a sex holiday!!! Good grief. That’s just sick.

So, If anyone can give me some 411 on how to ex-pat outta here, I’d appreciate it. Every day I stay here, I die a little bit faster.

S. 1867 is gaining momentum in the US Senate. Please express your disapproval of the bill here:

Only 6 people in the US have expressed their sentiment — 2 of us in Illinois oppose the bill, 1 in Colorado is for the bill, one in Okalahoma is for the bill, 1 in Ohio is for the bill and 1 in New York is for the bill.

Come on people! Let’s tip the scale on this one. Please voice your opposition to the bill on Popvox.

This appears to be identical to Rep. Smith’s bill, except that there is a provision for a special identifier on the passport. Super!

Anyone who travels outside the US and talks with people in foreign lands will quickly come the realization that a good portion of those people (in all kinds of ‘tempered’ countries – not even talking about the obvious ones) are of the opinion that the greatest threat to the children of this world is…. drumroll please… the United States of America.

The very country that so cares for the childrenz that it declares a weenie-wagger a ‘sexually violent predator’ – really???

( – hot off the press)

requiring life time GPS surveillance, but just this week bombed a hospital, killing (!) not only scores of international doctors but also 3 kiddies in their hospital beds. Ooops! Mistakes happen.

If it saves one child (one of ours) – it would seem that sacrificing scores of others (yours) is totally acceptable. That, ladies and gentlemen, is wearing increasingly thin.