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MO: The man who has to register as a sex offender based on lies

[womenagainstregistry.org – 2/20/20]

ST. LOUIS – He’s the sex offender who’s innocent. According to the reported victims, _____ didn’t do it.

Tuesday’s interview with _____ is part of Fox 2’s ongoing investigation into why the Missouri justice system isn’t listening.

“I’ve been fighting this for 31 years of my life and it has caused me something new, every time I turn around,” _____ said. “The neighbors looking at me wrong, not being able to go to a state park. Just recently I found my passports got pulled because of a new sex-trafficking law.”

_____ must register as a sex offender after being falsely accused in the 80s of molesting his nephews. He would have been as young as 13 during the alleged crimes.

“I kept saying, ‘There’s no way my nephews said this because I’ve never touched them.’ I’ve never done anything to them,” he said.

We’ve shown you in prior Fox Files reports how the nephews say they were coerced into making false sex allegations by a Missouri Division of Family Services caseworker.

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Fear makes money!!! So does sex!!!! Than add lies to it. Put the three together and LE have a easy money cake. You sit in prison cause 99% of people can not refute a sex charge. But that does need too change. He said she said needs too be wiped out! And too have a cop who was never at the time of the crime too weight in there voice of what happen needs too go to!! Need too have real proof not oh that’s him.

There are some similarities in this case to mine, however, there was wrong doing on my part that I should not done. The “victim” told me several years later that was written in the police report did not happen and the therapist would present a his version of “likely what happen” and they said no and they would say to the therapist “we do not remember you being there”. The therapist accounting was the bases of the police report. My attorney never investigated the police report or interview the “victims’. The attorney assured me to take the plea and “he… Read more »

It happens all the time. People say things on behalf of the SO called victim when they was never there. If those people was there!!!! You might think they would have stopped a crime! But wait! To get more power to hang a sex offender or any other crime. The prosecutor can PAY## anyone with taxpayer’s money to help convict them. What need too change is that the cop should pay for the charges. If they feel it is true. Not have taxpayer’s foot the bill. You want someone put in jail for a crime. He or she did to… Read more »

Easy stuff for prosecutors armed with misdemeanor sex offense charges and “victim protections” like Marsy’s law. Laws like Marsy’s law keep putting this corrupt system in the position of softening the intended target (politicians, legislators, the public) to keep passing more bad “solutions seeking problems” in the guise of “prevention”.

And then there goes another innocent person’s life and their family, over a false accusation. Prevention becoming “unintended consequences”. Whoops, our bad.

Well hey Harry I believe I have ran into you on some of these forums in the last seven years. While myself plus a lot of others are leaning about a lot of this sex offender stuff I have to hand it to W.A.R. and her group. Yes false convictions can be just as dangerous as true convictions or does one take a guilty plea to get the truth out when backed up against a fence or a rock and a heart beat? One sort of has the viewpoint that Vampire gave or does law or a justice system hold… Read more »

so I was convicted of a class C felony 2nd degree sexual assault in 1987 while 17 yrs old for having consensual sex with my 14 yr old girlfriend. There was no threats or force involved, just several “hickeys” on the neck which is why i got the assault charge instead of the statutory charge. I pled guilty to two yrs probation with 5 yrs SIS attached. In 1990 I violated probation and was sentenced to the 5 yrs in DOC. I am now 50 yrs old (33 yrs have lapsed) and I just found out today that I was… Read more »

Ex post facto law: Justice Chase’s oft-cited formulation has a fourth category: “every law that aggravates a crime, or makes it greater than it was, when committed.” Calder v. Bull, 3 U.S. (3 Dall.) 386, 390 (1798), cited in,e.g., Carmell v. Texas, 529 U.S. 513, 522 (2000) If the state changed the category of your crime, to make it worse than it was when committed, you may have a case for ex post facto. Fight it, don’t let the case get dismissed. You only have a certain amount of time to challenge the change, and once the statute of limitations… Read more »

@ D. Chapman
While I know nothing about Your State laws or your offense history, is it possible for you to go to either the public defender or the local college law dept. ( many Jr. Colleges have these classes as well for legal aides) and ask for assistance. A local city college here in San Jose will do the required paperwork and file for free , just for the experience. I hope this info helps you.

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