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MD: Retroactive registration of juvenile sex offenders OK’d

A juvenile court did not violate a convicted teenager’s constitutional rights by requiring him to register as a sex offender, though he committed the sexual assault before the registry’s enactment, a Maryland appeals court held Tuesday. Article with Paywall

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  1. td777

    More stupidity that needs to be overturned…

  2. Q

    I thought these registries were to protect kids; not totally destroy their lives.

    • Anonymous

      They were never about protection. They’ve always been about giving opportunistic politicians an easy win, filling up private prisons with investment material, and exercising various types of Nazi-level, fear-mongering, population control mechanisms under the guise of protection, in order to atomize the populace and shred the Constitution with complete public support.

      I guarantee these laws will continue expanding to include other types of people until everyone is on a registry of some kind, until the public opens their eyes and throws away this panic-driven, lizard-brain centered hysteria.

      If they don’t come to their senses, the people will get exactly what they asked for: Total oppression.

      • Harry

        However, they will not be able to ‘throw-the-bums-out’, because everyone on these registries will not be allow to vote.

        • Q

          It’s these mad men the children need protection from; not us!

  3. The Anon

    Didn’t the Maryland Supreme Court recently say that ex post facto registration was unconstitutional?

  4. G4Change


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