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MO: New three-tiered sex offender law goes into effect Tuesday

Starting Tuesday, August 28, a new law goes into effect that’s expected to drop the number of registered sex offenders in Missouri.

It will be a three-tiered system that punishes people based on the severity of their offenses. Full Article

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MO: New Law Expected To Reduce Missouri’s Sex Offender Registry Count

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  1. Will Allen

    Unfortunately, again, there does not appear to be a way to comment at the source article. Too bad.

    The article says, “It will be a three-tiered system that punishes people based on the severity of their offenses.” “Punishes?!!” Wait, what? I think Nanny Big Government (NBG) needs to step up their lies and propaganda campaigns. People are too often starting to report actual facts.

    The article also says, “they won’t automatically be removed from the list, they must petition the court and a judge will make the final decision.” Of course. That keeps NBG big and nanny. It keeps these people in their jobs. Makes them feel important. Makes them feel like they aren’t the worthless douche bags that they are. Gives them a feeling and illusion of being in control. They desperately need to feel like they are in control. Desperately!

    F them and every anti-American that supports them.

    • Philidor

      This amendment is no different than the one that was already in place …

      You still have to petition. They will still deny you. You are not getting off …

      The only relief one might see is their in-person reporting requirements may go down depending on their tier.

      Thanks for playing …

    • Sick of Government Lies

      “It will be a three-tiered system that punishes people based on the severity of their offenses.”

      —–

      Yes, and with California’s soon-to-come “tiered” registry, people are not only punished “based on the severity of their offenses;” but people will be punished based on their “risk.” Risk-based registration has a nice, politically-safe tone. That is until we realize that people will be punished based on something that they MIGHT do in the future (but have not actually done). An absurd amount of power to give 10 questions from a static “test.” Could it be that we are all being fooled?

  2. Hysteria

    I feel emailing these reporters and praising them for good articles, or pointing out the discrepancies of information they use, can always help.

  3. USA

    Stay positive. Let’s hope Ca institutes parameters for granting or non granting. What if your offense or arrests was 25 years ago? Offense expunged? Summary probation? I know it’s hard, but remain positive. Things can happen! Thank God this websites exist!!’

  4. Richard

    Does anyone know of St Louis region attorneys doing this type of work helping offenders off the list? Or elsewhere in Missouri?

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