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NY: Delaware County Sex Offender Faces New Charge

[ – 5/24?/21]

A Delaware County sex offender is facing charges for failing to notify authorities of a change of address.

Sheriff’s officials say they got a tip from a resident and arrested 20-year-old Tyler __ of Hamden on Tuesday, May 11 for failure to register his social media information.

Authorities say Tyler __is a level three sex offender. He allegedly failed to report a Facebook screen name within ten days as required by the New York State Sex Offender Registration Act.  He’s been ordered to appear in Town of Delhi Court at a later date.

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This article is kinda confusing at first it says he was arested for FTR his change of address then it says he was arested for FTR his new username on Facebook.
The most important thing about this article is the fact this guy was arrested on a tip.
When your labeled a sexoffender you gotta be very careful who your hanging out with because anyone can tip off law enforcement that you’ve been staying at your girlfriend’s house for weeks at a time for the last 6 months.
In California that’s a FTR change it doesn’t matter if you live there or not it’s a frequent place that you dwell.

Good luck 😈

I noticed that, too. Looks like they had empty print space on a slow news day and needed to fill it. Zero research and Zero information, except of course for that all important headline “ SEX OFFENDER “.

So which is it? FTR his address or social media?

I don’t think the article writer realizes they’re two different things. Both are FTR but different kinds.

Interfering with movement much?

As long as they’re not outright banning, it’s “okay”. Though I’m surprised that any residence restrictions haven’t all been struck down as those literally ban someone from “living wherever they want” as SCOTUS ruled in 2003.

Don’t forget work wherever they want as well. Every single characteristic of a regulatory regime that the USSC spelled out in calling the registry “regulatory, not punitive” has been (and continues to be) legislated out by every single lawmaking body in the US.

I’m still confused by those that say “We need to overturn Smith v. Doe.” Legislators have already made it obsolete.

I’m confused,I thought in 2019 ny highest court ruled against registration of Facebook accounts?

I think you might be confusing the ruling against the government banning people from having FB in the first place. So far, there’s been no rulings against registering internet identifiers. The government doesn’t currently considering needing to register pretty much anything as cumbersome or wrong.

Public display of internet identifiers was found to be ex-post facto in Michigan and the legislature removed the requirement for at least some registrants (maybe all? I can’t remember). I think requesting them in the first place would also qualify but that wasn’t specifically decided. Of course, this depends on when the law changed in the specific state and when the crime took place. I feel there are other court decisions about internet identifiers but I can’t recall and I’m not good at searching for them.

07/08/2019 NY Sex Offenders Don’t Have To Disclose Facebook Accounts To Law Enforcement, Court Says
Tim in WI, agreed. Interfering with movement much?smh

Ol School , Ice Tea Style ! ……… Fock Da Police !

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