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MO: Coroner: Dexter man was stabbed

[ – 7/6/18]

DEXTER, Mo. — A man found dead in his Dexter home last week was stabbed, according to the Stoddard County coroner.

Law enforcement began investigating the homicide of Jimmy Lynn Casey, 66, after a home-health worker found his body June 28.

“Mr. Casey was stabbed,” said coroner Kenny Pope. “We do know from the wounds he had, one of the wounds was not superficial. It was life threatening.

Casey lived in the 1100 block of Mulberry Street and was a compliant sex offender …

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I’m actually shocked the paper did not headline sex offender

As we’ve seen before, media can be very compliant with local law enforcement’s desire to not draw attention to the sometimes fatal collateral consequence of being on the Registry. In general, they are supremely obsequious and non-adversarial towards the police. Mostly this means ear-splitting fear-mongering but occasionally it means sotto voce minimization and obfuscation. They know what the dangers of the Registry are and want to protect its existence at all costs.

At what point in our society did it become accepted by the judicial and political community to risk the lives of citizens by labeling, publicly humiliating, and putting them intentionally in harm’s way.
If I throw someone into a tank of hungry sharks and cut their arms, am I allowed to then claim innocence for their death because the sharks ” MIGHT not have attacked them”?
But as RSOs, we WILL automatically repeat any and all offenses, so we are being held accountable AND responsible for all past, present, and future crimes. It boggles the educated mind.

This has actually been the MO of our gov since the founding of this nation…

Exactly. If you want to find the least intelligent and weakest politicians, just look for the ones that fill their war chest with proposed bills adding more restrictions against sex offenders or even just the average criminal. They know their bills will meet no resistance or the resistors will be labelled “easy on crime” and booted or not re-elected. It’s a shame the general public just keeps re-electing this type. All the average voter sees is that the politician authored or supported 27 bills making the public “safer” and no new challengers have a chance at beating them for their… Read more »

I have a strong opinion that ALL registrants with or without a felony conviction should be allowed to carry a weapon whether as open carry and/or concealed. Call it the consequences for having a draconian public registry… Such a law would encourage change to the public method of registry in the vary least.

Robert, I couldnt agree more!!

Any regersted person who dosen’t have any type of personal protection is a fool.

We don’t yet know the reason for the stabbing, but let’s assume it relates to his being listed on the Registry. “Casey … was a compliant sex offender” So, if you register compliantly as Mr. Casey did, you are a target for crazed vigilantes who may kill you…..and if your don’t register, you are charged with a felony. WTF?!! 😡

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