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CA RSOL Meeting in San Diego – September 26

Please join us in San Diego for a monthly meeting on Saturday, September 26, 10 am. The meeting will take place at Cal Western Law School, 225 Cedar Street, San Diego.

We will focus on current topics, including pending legislation and legal actions as well as offer an opportunity for networking with others.

We welcome registrants, friends and family and other supporters to attend. The meeting is off-limits to media and government officials in order to ensure everyone’s privacy. There is no charge to attend.

Show up, Stand Up, Speak up!

September 26, 10 am
Cal Western Law School
225 Cedar Street
San Diego

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  1. Janice Bellucci

    There will be much to discuss at this meeting including the status of SB 448 and our efforts to challenge residency restrictions. We only meet in San Diego three times a year so be sure to join us at this meeting!

  2. sebastian

    im a San Diego college student considering my transfer options. Ill plan on being there too. I have ascended beyond where thought I could, making Phi theta Kappa, and even representing my college and society in the latest conference call with Jill Biden for Heads up and college promise. I plan to graduate valedictorian ho;ding perfect scores in every class, and have even been offed scholarships to such prestigious schools as Cornell university. I’m always wondering when my status will slam a door. maybe ill make it to a great height and then self disclose to show them all we are people. blessings to you all.

    • Janice Bellucci

      Congratulations, Sebastian! We wish you every success. Please remember us as you continue to ascend the ladder of success.

    • NPS

      Congratulations, Sebastian, and I wish you the best of luck on your continued success. You will succeed. I, too, returned to university and earned my MA degree in San Francisco. I currently have a great job and was just interviewed (which went very well) for a better position at a very prestigious organization. I’m still awaiting word back. The point is, the greater distance you put between the conviction and your present success, the greater your chances of being successful.

      Please do stand up at the meeting and encourage others to succeed and never give up hope. When I attended the Berkeley meeting, I noticed some looks of despair. After I gave my speech, quite a few people approached me and thanked me for the encouragement. Please do the same.

      Like you, I’m not what society perceives as their view of “the sex offender”. When I tell people I’m a registered citizen, they’re shocked, but they greatly admire my accomplishments and have become more enlightened by the injustices put upon us.

    • David

      Congratulations, Sebastian! Wow! You are doing great! Keep at it!

  3. Eugene Darden

    I will be there, with my Friends….

  4. Someone who cares

    Has anyone on probation ever attended these meetings, especially with a GPS ankle bracelet? Are there any rules, like not associating with other SOs that would cause a problem if on GPS since the location would be known to the PO? We would like to attend, but we are always paranoid, and the rules are so vague.

    • Janice Bellucci

      CA RSOL encourages individuals on probation and/or parole to comply with all conditions of probation and/or parole.

  5. someone who cares

    Another good meeting and very informative. Janice, I hope you feel better. I know you were sick, but Frank and Chance did a great job filling in in your absence. I am curious to read more about the “Marshall Project”. There were some sad stories, and I hope everybody will fight for their rights. It is always good to see people who understand and who are in the same boat. Thanks for all the great meetings. I am hoping to attend the next one.

  6. Timmr

    Thank you Janice, Frank, Chance for traveling across the State so we can have regional meetings. Many can not travel very far. It is important that people meet face to face.

  7. TMI

    When will the next meeting occur in San Diego? I am eager to help advocate for us RSO’s. I actually wrote a highly rated book on catching pedophiles but ended up committing the same offense. I intend to write a followup book on the experience as well which will likely get a lot of media attention/buzz,

    I am also looking for an attorney to discuss two potential cases;

    1.) The websites (city-data.com, homefacts.com, etc.) using aggregate data feeds of the registry are now disseminating this information without requiring the end users to agree not to use the data for any purpose other than protecting yourself/loved ones. In fact, they are displaying sex offender information within search results (results within the site as well as search engines like Google) without ever clicking the link to agree not to use the information illegally.

    2.) I was declined services to the disabled by a non-profit organization because of my RSO status and this must be discriminatory. This service is only 3 nationally that can help my unique disability.

    Looking forward to getting involved here.

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