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IL: Lawsuit dismissed after sex offenders living at Aurora ministry find new homes

[ –  7/27/20]

Sex offenders who sued to stay at the Wayside Cross Ministries halfway house in downtown Aurora after a judge ruled it is too close to a playground have dropped their litigation after all of them found alternative housing.

The lawsuit was voluntarily dismissed Friday, according to Kane County court records and their attorney, Adele Nicholas, who credited the Kane County state’s attorney’s office with giving the 18 men time to move instead of arresting and essentially evicting them.

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I thought the original intent of the registry was to simply make us available to be gathered for a line-up. It appears being on the registry does more as it shares to the world that registrants are monsters who cannot control themselves.

We’ll give you time to vacate because you’re banished from living here. Banishment is punitive.

“A law is the law unless the state is willing to do the hard work and change the law. Until then, this is the reality.”

Ugh. Can we please stop with the whole “that’s the law and that’s that”? We’ve had and continue to have a lot of terrible laws. They’re just words. We’re not bound to them like we are to breathing and eating. They don’t have to be executed and upheld if they’re wrong. It’s like jailing people for being gay or sitting on the “wrong” bus seat. We don’t have to hang our heads in sorrow that we have to execute these laws despite knowing how morally wrong they are. I always hope that more and more of these law makers and enforcers have close family members that are touched by these laws. Only when people get to experience them first hand do they start to understand how little they protect anyone and how much damage they do.

Talk about those without sin casting the first stone. Seems their is more to this cover-up if you ask me. Its amazing that they all found homes before dropping the suits. This voluntarily dismissed sounds like an escape to save face by authorities. Those sex offenders could of just been texting, getting snagged in this ruse by government authorities, or who’s a sex offender today if we are all carnal by nature. Those without sin cast the first stone.

Its good to see these men getting housing but I’m sure further investigation is top secret to the general public. Authorities cover up any way they can to stay on the right side of their good book.

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