HARTFORD — The Judiciary Committee advanced a bill that would allow some low-risk offenders to come off the state’s public sex offender registry — a move that proponents said would make it easier for law enforcement to focus on high-risk offenders. Full Article
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“It’s harder for people who are on the registry to get employment and it’s harder to get housing,” Farr said. “Studies have shown that people who are homeless are five times more likely to commit a new offense.” Well, add that to another committee member saying its punishment. Smh.
They’re operating under the false assumption that the registry “works” to begin with, but here we see them tweaking, honing and polishing (re-arranging the deck chairs) as usual in hopes of making it more “effective.”
Oh, they’re PROUD of this convoluted, monotonous and nonsensical boondoggle let me tell ya.
Politicians are the biggest sexual pigs. I worked in NY government and you would not believe what they do. Sitting around laughing about their rub & tug stories and it gets way worse from there. I’ve seen it all. They should be in jail but they know the da’s and the judges. Repeat after me . . . “Above the Law.”