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NH: Sex offender at center of Supreme Court case accused of failing to register online account

A Manchester man with disabilities who has petitioned for years to get off the state’s public sex offender registry, and who won the chance this year to argue his case in court, has been arrested, accused of failing to disclose an online account.

____ ____, 66, was detained Wednesday and charged with one count of failure to register, a felony. A police detective told the Union Leader he had created a Facebook account, but did not elaborate. Full Article


NH: 850 convicted sex offenders eligible to petition to get off state’s criminal offenders registry

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He’s registered, according to Facebook sex offenders are not to create accounts. Facebook deletes his account no need to prosecute. Is the Facebook policy stupid? Yes. Are registration requirements and laws in even more dumb? Of course. Sometimes I think the United States is a very regressive country.

This is very serious! I was thinking he jay walked or emailed someone by accident. I bet he is out on a 2 million dollar bail? Was the entire force on this case? This is simply an example of the law enforcement officials trying to stick one on him, because he wanted to get off the registry. It’s interesting to see how society views the police as the good guys. I.e.: if an inmate sued the police, they would view them as a scum bag. Yet, some police departments are sueing inmates who get released after the department finds out they have money? I no longer trust the police.

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