Slovakia: US and Slovakia agree to share sex offender information

An agreement has been signed in order to gain more information on the movement of convicted child sex offenders by Alan Bersin, the Assistant Secretary for International Affairs of the United States’ Department of Homeland Security and Dušana Višňovská, the Head of Office of the Minister of the Interior of the Slovak Republic. Full Article

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They are barking up the wrong tree and they know it.

Create a lie, make it bug, repeat it, and make millions off the government chasing false hopes while perpetually victimizing a group of fomer crminals. What a bunch of idiots. I guess they have to tell lies in order to make quotas and keep soending government dollars on mythical threats. Whew, as least we can be sure they wont be worried about minding the constitution. There are to many dollars at hand to tell the truth.

what a waste of time & $$ from the us lame govt. Like ther eis a MASSIVE Percentage of US RSO’s that wanna goto of all places SLAVAKIA ! im not a hater of that country but of the 800k rSO’s in the us here I doubt that .05% wanna go there or are from there. and you know the lame us govt probably wont let ANYONE immigrate from there to here.. again WASTE of TAXPAYER $ ! id never “VISIT” there on my life, Id rather live in TJ (well just kidding ill stay north of the border haha)

By “monitor traveling child sex offenders and therefore provide more protection for children in these countries” don’t they actually just mean blanket denial and turning away regardless of if they are any threat?

It’s not ripe to challenge yet, but it’s been going on for years before it was even allowed by lawmakers.

I love the burden shifting. Let’s not allow our judges to fairly determine if someone is really a threat to children once during trial. Instead, let’s just declare everyone that’s committed a crime determined to be of a sexual nature to be a potential threat and leave it to every country to figure it out every time that person travels. Yep, cause those countries are going to spend time and money doing over and over what our own government wouldn’t do once.

They repeat “criminals” and “sex offender” in practically every sentence!

I thought Slovakia was part of those “Chechnya Countries” where it was relatively safe to travel to? Janice had also mentioned this.

Could someone please re-cap what the “Chechnya Countries” are?

And so now due to IML we have vigilantes at the State department going around, stirring up hornet nestss and creating agreements.

” The Department of Homeland Security is making it a priority to get as much information as possible on the travel of these criminals, and this agreement is one step further in the combat against sexual crimes committed against children”

Funny…most countries are European countries, who are known to be a lot less prude than the US.

When I think of Slovakia I think of the movie Hostel
The country really got a bad rap because of it