NC: Tracking sex offenders is a large task that falls to a handful of people

Investigator J. Moore spends his days keeping tabs on the sex offenders living in Wake County.

“When we go out, we just go door-to-door until we run out of time or we run out of people. And we never run out of people,” Moore said. Full Article

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“… we just go door-to-door until we run out of time or we run out of people. And we never run out of people,” Moore said.
Oh boo-f’king-hoo! Pity poor you! 😭
Maybe if you didn’t put so g’damn many people on the Registries, your job would be more manageable…. and maybe provide some actual public safety instead of the feel-good nothing you folks consistently peddle to the public!

The video is priceless.

1. RC cusses at deputy knocking on his door.

2. Cumberland County Sheriff (in regards to sex offenders living in society) we dont like it, but we have to follow the law the courts have laid down. (He was referring to an rc who had attempted to rape an 8 year old got out of prison and actually raped a 12 year old), but he kinda left that statement open ended for all rc’s when the news person asked about how he felt about it.

3. Also they brag about visiting rc’s in wake county 6 times a year when the law only says twice a year. Awesome work guys…definitely not harassment! What a waste of taxpayer dollars.

4. Not that anyone cares, but 800 rc’s in wake county is not even close to accurate. The number is closer to 1200-1400. (Anyone with an out of state conviction seems to not count towards the total)