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Canada: Calls for public sex offender registry in Canada [video]

[ – 11/11/19]

Why isn’t Canada’s sex offender registry viewable by the public like in the U.S.?

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*Why isn’t Canada’s sex offender registry viewable by the public like in the U.S.?*

Gee, I dunno.. maybe because it’s wanton reckless endangerment to life, property and punitive in intent and scope?

Well said.

I was also thinking because they are not as stupid as America and their country is not full of awful, hateful, self-righteous, self-entitled dipsh*ts. But maybe they are just as bad as America?

What lame brain thinks it is a good public policy to advertise the worst of one’s flock on a world wide scale? What lame brain actually believes a database of known bad guys can provide shield to violent interpersonal attacks. The dawn of a surveillance economy is well underway. Those who trade all their liberty for presumptive security holds nor deserves neither- Ben Franklin.

Canada is going to become the worst when it comes to the treatment (no pun intended) of sex offenders. Just think Karl Hanson and the Static 99 Scam. It’s an entire cottage industry culture.

Karl Hanson and the Static 99 who declare that – with statistical backup – a person with a prior conviction is no more of a danger to the public than ANY random person after something like 17 years offense free in the community?

THAT Karl Hanson and the Static 99? Exactly where is the scam and the cottage industry in that?

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x