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CT: Bill Would Allow Sex Offenders to Come Off Registry

A bill moving through the General Assembly would allow some sex offenders to be removed from the lifetime registry if they meet certain requirements and the Judiciary Committee will be holding a hearing on it this morning.

The bill, Senate Bill 473, would allow certain sex offenders to apply to be removed from the list after being on it for 10 years or more. Full Article

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  1. Malcolm

    And what is there is no victim?

    • PK

      What if the act was consensual and the person was 16 years old and lied about their age saying they were 18?

      Should that person still be considered a victim ?

      • MS

        Labeling all minors, that have any sort of sexual experience, as victims is good for busine$$ (law enforcement, media, prisons, etc). Especially if the minor is female. If an 18yo uses their smart phone to snap some naughty photos and/or videos of himself/herself they are just being young and dumb. When a minor female does it…they are victims the second the parents find out about it. Doesn’t matter if it their daughter was willing, doesn’t matter if she lied about her age, doesn’t matter if he was a virgin and she wasn’t. The 18yo boyfriend that they really liked and had over for dinner more than 100x needs to be punished. Don’t be surprised if the parent seeking justice for their little victim had sexual contact with a minor when they were 18 or 19.

        Waiting for new laws to come along that will make it illegal for minors to masturbate. Arrest, prosecute & jail them all for victimizing somebody…themselves. Minors have been having and acting on sexual urges for thousands of years, and I don’t see it letting up. Time to start building a lot more prisons.

  2. David H

    Not all victims should/would want to be contacted

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