ACSOL Leader Frank Lindsay on Life Support

ACSOL leader Frank Lindsay has been placed on life support after being diagnosed with COVID.  He was hospitalized on Tuesday after complaining that he was experiencing trouble breathing.

“Please include Frank and his family in your thoughts and prayers,” asked ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci.  “It is possible although unlikely that Frank will recover.”

Frank is author of the book, “We’re All in This Together,” which inspired the creation of ACSOL more than 12 years ago.  Frank has befriended many people in the registrant community and provided assistance to them on a regular basis.

Frank was convicted of a sex offense in 1979 in California.  He has no prior or subsequent convictions of any kind.  Frank filed a petition for removal from the registry in January 2022, but the court reject his petition because the CA Department of Justice failed to assign him to a tier.  

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Frank is responding to treatment and we remain fully optimistic that he will recover.
-Frank’s daughter

Last edited 1 year ago by webmaster

Prayers for Frank.

Sending thoughts and prayers to him and his family. Here’s to a fast recovery and healing. Amen.

Hang in there Frank, sending hope and love from Seattle. I’m praying you will make a full recovery.