LA: Lutcher Man Charged with Failure to Report International Travel as a Sex Offender

Source: justice.gov 12/3/21

NEW ORLEANS – U.S. Attorney Duane A. Evans announced that WILLIE ______, age 56, was charged on Friday, December 3, 2021, by grand jury indictment with two counts of failure to report international travel as a sex offender under the federal Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA).

If convicted, WILLIE ______ faces a maximum term of 10 years in prison, up to a $250,000.00 fine, a term of supervised release of between 5 years and life, and a $100 mandatory special assessment fee.

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Praised, huh? You guys failing that hard at stopping actual crime that this is praise worthy?

Bless your heart Rep Chris Smith for protecting children globally based on your biased of registrants. What a waste of tax dollars by not informing the government of your travel? People like this need a one way ticket to space.

so there it is. we
truly do not have freedom to travel. bullshit.

BTW, LA is SORNA compliant so he twice busted the notification rule he was to follow there. WA is his conviction state.

I am here and you are here.
We are all here….. on the ACSOL website, reading & staying informed.
But there must be many, many Registrants out there who have NO IDEA that they need to submit a 21-Day Advance Travel Notification. Seriously, who tells them??? How in the world would they know what they don’t know??
Why would it even occur to someone that this requirement exists?

(What if I told you that, the first of every month, you’re required to stop by your bank and register every $20 bill in your possession and that failure to do so could result in 5 years in prison and a $100,000 fine???
Unless you are properly informed, how would you ever know of such a requirement??)

Hello … this is not related to international travel, but it begs the question, “Has anyone been brought to trial for over staying a state’s limit of days a SO can visit a state before he has to register? Each states has a strict limit of days a SO can visit. For example, Kansas has a three day limit. Alabama requires that a SO register the day he arrives in the state. I plan to visit Kansas to help out my elderly sister who broke her hip. Was thinking of registering after 3 days, hopefully, I will be taken off the registry after I leave? I am guessing that SOs who visit a state think, “I’m okay … how will authorities even know I in the state?” MATT

This shit is unbelievable