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ACSOL December 18, 2021 Zoom Meeting

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Please join ACSOL Executive Director and civil rights attorney Janice Bellucci as well as ACSOL President and criminal defense attorney Chance Oberstein for our next monthly Zoom meeting.  The meeting will be held on Saturday, December 18, 2021, beginning at 10 a.m. Pacific Time and will last at least two hours.

Even though we are now using Zoom instead of a phone-only conference call, you can call in to a Zoom phone number instead of using the Zoom app.

This meeting will be recorded and then posted as an audio recording within a couple of days. A link to the recording will be at the top of our pages.

Discussion topics will include:

  • ALI Revised Model Penal Code
  • proposed SORNA regulations
  • military retirees and veterans access to military bases
  • the California Tiered Registry (now effective)
  • domestic and overseas travel
  • pending CDCR regulations for CA inmates
  • other current topics and pending legal action throughout the nation.

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Chance Oberstein and I look forward to meeting with registrants, families and supporters on Dec. 18. During that meeting, we will provide information that will help everyone safely navigate through the holiday season.

Thank you for a good and informative Zoom phone meeting, Janice and Chance!
Please stay COVID-safe and have a very Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃

Thanking YOU & Chance & our Volunteers and contributors for attending days before our busy involved annual Holiday! Taking more time out for us ALL> Happy Holiday Forthcoming. Also to ALL of our Volunteer Board Members inclusively a past ASU Faculty Husband & Wife included that will SOME DAY Reach our activer SCOTUS how following a poorly wrote false informational unfactual article changed lives decades on. Thx Roger & Michael too!!!
Looking forward to Dec 18

Janice how do I email you documents that I would need to have you review. I want to expose the crime lab because another guy and myself have some crooked cases. They are complete shams!

I have a lifetime registration for a singular inmcident that would have been deemed domestic violence not even five years previous. I am also being held to child offender stipulations by the board though my victim was 26.SONAR violates cruel and unusual, double jeopardy, lack of due process, and other constitutional protections. They extort you with your freedom for life with a debtors obligation leading to a felony, and sell the information to private info search companies who advertise on “investigative journalism” mainstream news sites. Tough on crime was intended for organized crime that is still left wholly unscathed for addict and cultural sympathies. S.O.s are held accountable for the worst possible examples of depravity in one part of the country. There is no chance for recompense or normalcy. It is a life long sentence. We are even extorted with our freedom to give up search and seizure protections for a chance at parole, and denied the basic sexual rights of every other american citizen that are even protected under the first ammendment. Not only myself, but my family and friends suffer for this stygma from our trusted publics servants, law enforcement, politicians, bureaucrats, journalists, corporations, housing companies, nosy neighbors and vigilantees. Career and life long criminals are rockstars while remain a subhumanized, marginalized, third class citizen. Set up to fail and remain the new jim crow cheap labor for the burgeoning correctional system which joins the rest in frear mongering and vilificaiton unnecessarily for those who have done their time and have been rehabilitated, while unknown true threats roam free, or even championed as celebrities. One mistake in the rage and folly of youth under fifteen minutes. No previous convictions, and I pay for the rest of my life with the threat of incarceration for missing some paper work until I die. Sent back to a place where my safety is threatened and I am abused and disregarded by inmate and staff alike. This must end. This violation of civil and human rights is a slippery slope that could extend to the general populous. Many despotic regimes start this way, with the citizenry throwing away their rights. Japanese internment camps, Nazi Germany, Russia, China, and Salem are not so unbelievable and a frightening future prospect for this once proud nation that promoted balance and limited government and justice with an end to punitive measures upon the debt being paid.

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