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WI: Underground and off the grid – Lawmakers work to solve issue of homeless sex offenders

“I’m always moving around. I’m homeless,” …. said.

Many people in Milwaukee wish he would just go away. The evidence is in the maps — maps that show where convicted sex offenders can live, and where they cannot. They show safe zone perimeters around schools, parks, playgrounds, daycare centers, trails and churches. Each municipality makes its own. Full Article

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The problem is not homeless sex offenders, homeless, or sex offenders. Its that these three categories of people exist at all in the first place. If there were no sex offenders then obviously nobody would be committing sex offenses. Also if no one was homeless (houseless) then that category would disappear. Secondly by preventing people from becoming housless and from ever getting close to a point where they consider conduct classified as a sex offense this symptom of homeless sex offenders would not exist. Finally be declassifying all current sex offenders of their sex offender status and getting all those without a permanent real residence into residences that solves the short term issues too.

with all these homeless sex offenders who aren’t on the grid in so many of these cities there must be an epidemic of sexual offenses being committed by these guys.after all they’re not being tracked so certainly some of them have had to jump out the bushes and grab little Joey or samantha.guess what I haven’t heard of not one incident of any of these guys actually committing any kind of crime (yet)and believe me if any of them did the media would eat it up be front page news.

i say yet because I would’ve gone postal by now if I lived in some of these states

Who’s more off the grid, someone who they only see once a year because they have a place to live but may or may not be at home at any given time, or the homeless guy who has to come in every 30 days? hmmmmm

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