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They are asking for a lawsuit, I think we should oblige them.

People don’t realize that 2000 feet is approximately half a mile! Where in modern urban living are there no schools, daycare facilities, parks, etc within half a mile from any residence?!

Apparently, we’re so evil, an inevitable lawsuit can’t even urge them to loosening the nooses on us. At what point does it become evident that RSO’s are the outcasts of the US? I mean, you have a court ruling deeming it unconstitutional, yet they never changed the ordinance. They now have their own city attorney encouraging them to rescind the ordinance, and they are still refusing. Any other citizen would walk away with money in their pockets from such discrimination, yet here we just have to accept it and hope that it changes one day. It baffles my mind that so much hate is spewed towards this one group (RSO’s) and more or less, allowed.

“The issue came down to “protecting our kids versus the threat of a lawsuit,” Councilwoman Lorie Zapf said. ”

What about the kids of RC’s who had to leave their home, or at least have their family broken up due to these restrictions? I guess those are not the kids you’re looking to protect.

The way I read this, the city of San Diego is just begging Janice to sue the city. I encourage Janice to do so and will contribute some money to see that happen.

Preparation of a lawsuit has begun and it is reasonable to expect the lawsuit to be filed this week.

How stupid and stubborn. An unconstitutional law, not enforced in years, recommended for repeal by your own attorney, and yet they still cling to the “it’s for the kids” argument? Wow. They not only are asking for one, they *deserve* one. Maybe it’s all just election-cycle hi-jinks again. Don’t want to look “pro-SO” after all.

I thought I read in another article that the City of San Diego is not enforcing these restrictions even though they are still on the books. Is that correct?

I too will gladly contribute a donation for the cause of suing the city.

I love when this happens!!!!

Please, please sue them!!! 😁

“Protecting our kids.”

Translation: We can look good while getting a feather in our cap doing relatively nothing. So let’s continue to exploit unwarranted fear and the presumption of risk for a cheap and easy “win win” in the public’s eyes.

Political posturing at its finest. These idiots will look good to their fan bases, so much so that no one will care that they will lose a few taxpayer dollars in attorneys’ fees.

San Diego just gave Janice a gift. I would like to inject one thing if I can. I would like to see This organization make a big wave. Sue them for damages. Not just lawyers fees and repeal. They have not learned their lesson. I want the 9th circuit court involved and force the governments hand.
I play a lot of poker, and am pretty good. There is a path to the 9th circuit. There is a path to SCOTUS. San Diego showed me their tell, now take all their chips. All in anyone?😎

Dammmmm, Janice is Gangsta!
I’ll be Donating.
Thanks Janice and Team!

I sometimes wonder how these people get elected. That goes for every city that has dug their heels in the dirt just before the horse drug them through the mud. It’s been said that ignorance is a choice and it’s the ignorance of these city councils that is costing their constituents time and time again. These ignoramuses have seen multiple cities dig their heels in the dirt and lose every time, yet they still choose obstinacy over reason and common sense. Oh well; you would think after witnessing all the cities that have chosen to fight and lose that they would have noticed that they may be missing something and see the need to take a look at the facts. They had better get the check book ready and be prepared to look like fools to their neighbors.

I hope Janice includes a request for a hefty amount of money. There is no other way to get the point across that city leaders have to follow the Constitution too, or there will be consequences. What better way to get them voted out of office at the next election, than to be able to blame them for the thousands of dollars put into sex offender hands straight from the citizens pockets.

Here is a Wisconsin lawsuit story brought to my attention by Mary Sue of Texas Voices:

and the lawsuit filed 8/1:

Wish there were attorneys like you fighting for us in every state!
Thanks for all you’re doing!

It is time to start hitting these cities with MILLION-DOLLAR lawsuits for their blatant disregard for constitutional authority. Not just lawyers fees and incidental nuisance payments, but actual damages that will serve two purposes: One, increase the penalty for non-compliance with basic Constitutional tenets, and two, to have a far more immediate effect on jurisdictions currently lagging behind in their own legal morass of laws still on the books.

Yep I live in the county… and I have to say the SD City council are SCUM !! Its good they will loose $$$$ soon !!

If one was to actually be 2001 feet away, I wonder what would happen? Has any one given a real, evidence based reason for the 2000 ft rule? Why not 2346? Btw, that is not my PIN for banking purposes.

There has been a slight delay in the lawsuit we are drafting to challenge the San Diego City residency restrictions. Instead of filing the lawsuit today, we will wait until early next week. Please stay tuned.

A lawsuit was filed this morning in federal district court challenging the San Diego City residency restrictions. An article regarding the lawsuit as well as the lawsuit will be posted soon on this website.