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Boogie man is still out there!

____ ____ is not the poster boy for one-trial learning. He has several sexual assault convictions behind him and was civilly committed for eight years.

But he was released from civil commitment last year. That means that he was found no longer to be at a dangerous risk of re-offending. He could live in the community, monitored, as a registered offender. Full Article (National RSOL)

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Now the point here is that experts in their fields have determined that this individual was no longer a threat to the public or at risk for reoffense so WHY does he need to be supervised at all. Somehow the legislative body has asurped the power to decide if someone should be monitored over the experts that have evaluated that individual. this sure seems like a seperation of powers issue somehow I’m not a legal expert but it sure seems that the legislature does not have the authority to supercede the experts determinations.

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