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WA: Motion filed to allow sex offender to move after eviction notice


SPOKANE, Wash. – Attorneys for a level three sex offender released to Spokane in 2016 have filed a motion for him to move to new housing.

David McCuistion was served an eviction notice by his landlord at the New Washington Apartments in downtown Spokane back in July. He was served an eviction notice at his current apartment because his landlord did not like the publicity, court documents said.

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Mean while a thieving, meth head with guns can move in without warning.

Dont forget murderer or any other violent crime is ok, as long as the word sex isnt in the charge. Awhile back we decided to move the family to another state. I mentioned my conviction being almost 18 years ago and was told by the apartment complex they wouldnt hold it against me since it was old and id been out for almost 10 years. However once i mentioned i had to register, they immediately changed their tone and said we wouldnt be approved for the apartment. Yeah, the registry isnt a punishment, nor does it resemble banishment………

It’s the “Registered” part of it that’s the problem. The dissemination of the information that the “Registry” provides to the public. The attention it brings to the “Registrant” and to that persons Landlord & Employer (& every person in the firm), its the attention and vigilantism it allows that is the problem here. If DWI offenders had an identical Registry, then they would have the same HARDSHIPS as RC’s.

I completely agree.

Slow news day in Spokane (pop. 215,000+)? Or perhaps all days are slow there. How this rates as “news” worth broadcasting is beyond me….oh wait, he’s a RC, so he’s a monster on the loose. Pardon me, I forgot.

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