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ACSOL to Conduct SORNA Regulations Meeting on November 1 at 3pm PT

The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) will conduct a meeting on Monday, November 1 starting at 3 p.m. (Pacific) to discuss the proposed SORNA regulations. ACSOL President Chance Oberstein and ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci will lead that meeting using Zoom technology.

The recording of the meeting is now available here.

Click here to learn how to fight these terrible SORNA regulations

 

ACSOL SORNA Regulations Meeting: recording now available

 

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Will this be recorded for later viewing if I can’t attend?

Thank you. I will try to connect to this.

John Walsh is blaming all of the usa for his child,s death and it needs to stop!!!

John Walsh should go after killers not people who peed on a plant

Thank God and ACSOL. Start dismantling this monstrosity.

Whether this guy was a good parent or not is totally irrelevant, I’m sure he has his regrets about what happened to his son but you gotta give it to the guy he put in alot of work.
John Walsh’s anger changed the lives of millions of people in America this one guys anger alone change the laws here in America, what have people forced to register done for themselves, wheres people forced to register’s anger.
People who got placed in tier 3 will never go free once SORNA kicks in next year, where’s their anger.
So dont try and knock this guy he saw something he didn’t like about the federal governments laws and he spoke up out of anger and changed it.

Stay focused

I am trying to find what these actual proposed changes are, all I am seeing is how it would ‘harm’ anyone on the registry currently, but nothing that SIMPLY lays it out. Can someone please post a link or just write out a list of what these changes are. This stuff is so damn complicated and unless you are an attorney it is really hard to understand or know how this will directly affect me or anyone else. I plan to listed to the meeting once is it published from the recording, can’t make the live time. I would also like to know how, if any, contacting Garland or any other politician will make a difference.

I have no faith or optimism that they give a damn what anyone thinks or cares about [snip] Moving to another country that would accept me is possible, but difficult on so many levels, I think it is time to find somewhere where I can truly be free of these barbaric laws.

I am filing the 406a motion for removal in Michigan. Can you give me some examples of what to say to the judge or if I have to be in court in person. What should I say, please.

Great meeting today.

I just donated $100 and encourage others to do the same.

Thank you so much, Janice and Chance!!!

Great call! Thanks, Janice and Chance, for all that you do for the Registrant community!

Does anyone know where to get in touch with Patty Wetterling? I know she’s against the registry as it stands today. I went to the Wetterling Foundation but couldn’t find any contact us information.

The Adam Walsh act has proven itself over and over again. This myth or this Act is all based on a big fat lie!! John Walsh needs to accept responsibility and move on. I’m clearly convinced this entire movement was part of a larger cover up.

Since most of the states were not complying with SORNA is there any indication our States AG and other states will attempt to fight this?

I just wanted to highlight the comment from the gentleman who called in around 34:45 of the recording, who was in contact with a congressional member and how we should approach our intended audience:
1) be cordial
2) hit talking points (get to the point)
3) end the letter with a personal experience to let them know we are also humans that will be greatly affected by this

I thought it was a great piece of advise. Thank you.

Ok, step one completed. I left the below message on the DOJ comment phone line. I’m not the finest of contemporaneous speakers, so I wrote a script and sent the phone message after reading it out loud until I was comfortable. I must say that I felt relief and a certain sense of power upon leaving the message.

Good morning.
My name is MY NAME from CITY, STATE. I wish to register my opposition to the proposed implementation regulations regarding the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act. That is Docket Number OAG 157.
This ill-conceived legacy of the William Barr Justice Department does nothing to increase public safety, while creating negative collateral damage for many families. Implementing these rules will place unfunded burdens on the states, and compromise states rights by precluding them from applying their unique community standards. These ambiguous rules will unnecessarily burden the Justice Department and federal law enforcement agencies.
Again, I wish to express my opposition to OAG 157. Thank you.

I encourage everyone to develop a personal comment, and just dial (202) 353-1555. Now on to step 2, composing an email.

Veritas.

P.S. from Wikihow.com

There is a correct way to address a letter to the state or US Attorney General. For the Attorney General of the United States address the envelope: The Honorable/(Full name)/Attorney General of the United States/(Address). The salutation of the letter should be: Dear Attorney General (last name).

I lost the address of Merril ? the Secretary of the DOJ concerning the SORNA regulations.
Please post it if you have it?

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