“The system failed me and my family and I’m going to do whatever it takes to put an end to the psychos running the streets.” – Shasta Groene
For anyone living in the Pacific Northwest in May of 2005, the survival story of Shasta Groene is one you could not turn away from. It has now been almost 11 1/2 years since ____ ____ , a sex offender with a long record of assaults on children, abducted Shasta and her brother Dylan from their Idaho home where another brother, Slade, their mother, Brenda, and the mother’s boyfriend, Mark, were killed. …
With a new Change.org petition for the state of Idaho, called “Slade and Dylan’s Law,” in memory of her two brothers, Shasta is petitioning for a new law that would ensure sex offenders would never get the chance to offend again. “One strike for a sex offender should be enough! Never let them back on the streets to re-offend. This isn’t a disease! It’s a sick twisted person who cannot be helped or fixed. The system failed me and my family and I’m going to do whatever it takes to put an end to the psychos running the streets,” she writes.
In just a number of hours, the petition already reached its goal of 1,000 supporters. Full Article