From the outside, Robert’s life looks stable. He’s a private contractor who works in equipment financing. He has a home and a dog in Littleton. He dates regularly. In his spare time, he mountain bikes competitively and travels — most recently, he went to Iceland.
But he believes his life is fragile. So fragile, in fact, Robert is not his real name; he was so concerned about widespread publicity he only agreed to speak with The Tribune on condition of anonymity.
Not long ago, he made a shorter trip, this time to visit his brother in Oregon. While he was gone, a police officer came by his home, looking for him. When he couldn’t find Robert, the officer began to question his neighbor aggressively about where Robert was, what he was doing and when he would be back. Robert was, the officer reminded the neighbor, a registered sex offender. Full Article