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What’s In a Date?

When Frank Lindsay walked into his home to find a young man wielding two hammers—one in each hand—in his dining room, he assumed he had disrupted a robbery. It wasn’t until the man called him a “pervert” that Lindsay realized he was the target of a planned attack. Full Article

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  1. Will A

    These criminal government agencies routinely operate outside of their own “sex offender” laws. I would say they do it nearly all the time, almost without exception. In the state where I live, the information that is forced by law to be given to them is well-defined and yet all the law enforcement agencies that I have ever seen or heard about always ask for more information than is required by law. It would be completely trivial for all LE agencies in the state to use the exact same forms/methods to get the required information. But obviously that would be too easy and make way too much sense for them. Each one of the agencies wants to do their own thing outside of the law. They can’t even run a simple list.

    But anyway, forcing California to follow their own laws is a wonderful thing. But this emphasis on the dates seems to almost imply that if a person was recently put on the Registry, then he/she is fair game to be attacked for a while. It’s like we want to make sure the vigilantes are attacking the most recent offenders. I know that is not the point but it certainly seems to be the implication.

    And I also have to note that it is completely insane that Frank Lindsay’s attacker will not be Registered. Surely that is because breaking into a person’s home and attacking them with hammers is not really that dangerous. I mean, what’s a hammer attack when compared to a child seeing genitals. One ruins a person for life.

  2. Q

    Nice statistics. For once they are correct.

  3. Dray

    That says it all, I wish we can get a class action lawsuit against the registry for anybody convicted of any sex offense that has been on the registry for the 17 years , we should all have a way to get off the registry after 17 years . There is a study that shows after 17 years of being on the registry you are just as likely to reoffend as someone who is never committed a sex offense . So that tells me after 17 years of being on the registry it is no longer regulatory it becomes punitive .

    • steve

      I’ve long said maybe we should not be fighting for a Tiered registry, as we have seen where that has gone, but to instead fight that lifetime registration is unconstituional because of all the aded bonuses to the Costco membership.

      • Nicholas Maietta

        What’s wrong with a Costco membership?

        If i ever got hungry, i can head over there and get many free samples of food for free, plus i’d save a bundle on many of the things i need? In fact, Costco is now my primary place i shop.

        I find that the form to get a Costco membership is quite simple and doesn’t require my fingerprints but also doesn’t result in my arrest if i make a mistake.

        • Eric Knight

          Here is a link to the Price Club application and Sex Offender registration form rolled into one for ultimate convenience! (Yes I know CostCo took over Price Club, but I digress.)

          (NOTE: The link is a direct link, by the way; it is not like “tinyurl” which redirects to another link.)

          http://oi57.tinypic.com/f3t3rn.jpg

    • http404

      I agree wholehearted with what you are saying. But when has common sense ever dictated the outcome in politics?

  4. TiredOfHiding

    One would think that a successful lawsuit could be mounted by a competent attorney by this poor guy. Clearly the state provided in the information that allowed this murderous lunatic the to target this citizen…who has certainly done more than “paid his debt to society” long ago and yet are intent on prolonging the punishment for the rest of his life! Madness!

    When will this stop? How many must die simply because Americans lose their freaking minds at the mention of the word S-E-X? Pathetic really…

    This virtual prison they have created in the USA is paramount to a social death sentence and in many cases an actual death sentence! This must stop – this is a CLEAR violation of constitutional rights as well as basic HUMAN RIGHTS!

    • Janice Bellucci

      Frank Lindsay is the plaintiff in many lawsuits, including an application for a Certificate of Rehabilitation. Unfortunately, he is no longer eligible for a Certificate due to the final decision in the Tirey case. I am the competent attorney who has represented him in every case except the criminal case in which he was the VICTIM due to an attack in his home by a complete stranger. The deputy district attorney who represented him in that case refused to tie Frank’s attack to the fact he is a registrant despite the fact that his assailant admitted that was the reason for the attack.

      • Kevin

        That sounds to me like a conflict of interest with the deputy district attorney, but I believe there isn’t anything that Frank could have done to remedy that. Since the conflict of interest is a professional one and not a personal one there’s really not much he could have done to link his attack to the registry.

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