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The Community Notification Registry is More than a Hit list for just Murderers.

Everyone quotes  the Department of Justice study done in 1997 that looked at offenders released in 1994. The government has rehashed the study and done their best to make sex offenders look bad.This study was reevaluated in 2001, 2002, and again in 2003 for the governments part. They like to point to the fact that  5.3% (517) of the 9,691 sex offenders released in 1994, were rearrested for a new sex crime, then they grudgingly admit that 3.5% (339) are reconvicted in a new sex crime since the government is been so kind as to point this 3.5% out. They overlooked  the fact is that 34% of all former sex offenders who are arrested are falsely accused and cannot be reconvicted.  So over one third of the people that are on the registry and charged with the new sex crime have been done so falsely. Full Article on sosen.org

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  1. Hillary Shannon

    This might be an opportune time to pressure the Obama administration for the removal of people on the registry that have misdemeanor convictions in the wake of the release of all these federal prisoners.

    • jo

      Not going to happen

    • Bluewall

      Sadly No president will attempt to do anything.. All the new laws that are benefiting criminals are great until you get to the end of it saying “except sex offenders”.. The talks of allowing convicts to have firearms if they didn’t commit a crime with a firearm and if they are not a “sex offender”.
      Releasing convicts earlier out prison is awesome and not including “sex offenders”

      You see the pattern?

  2. td777

    Sadly, I fall into the category of those who were falsely accused of a new sex crime. Unfortunately, my ability to prove innocence on this were taken from me by a few unscrupulous individuals, specifically a therapist who lied on his report, a probation officer who clearly had a beef with me for not going to prison on the original offense, and an investigator in Riverside County who manufactured evidence that made me look guilty and withheld some that would show that I wasn’t.

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