When ____ ____ set foot in South Georgia a few years ago, he had just spent 30 years in a Detroit prison for being a serial rapist convicted 10 times over.
Because Palmer committed his crimes before June 4, 2003, under Georgia law, he is allowed to settle down anywhere with no restrictions.
Yes, that’s right. Anywhere.
He can settle in a home next door to a school or day care or playground — anywhere.
“____ ____’s crime is so old (he) can live next to whatever he wants to. That’s not right. (But) that’s the law,” said Perry Connell, the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office investigator who has monitored the county’s sex offenders, including ____, for the past six years or so. Full Article