TN: Multi-day sex offender compliance operation completed in Carroll Co.

Source: 2/23/23

HUNTINGDON, Tenn. — Multiple law enforcement agencies joined this week to conduct a sex offender compliance operation in Carroll County.

Dubbed Operation Walter Browning, the two-day saturation was conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday.

According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the operation involved compliance checks for 47 registered sex offenders throughout Carroll County.

The TBI says authorities made contact with 39 of those individuals, and all but one were found to be in complia

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wow what success two whole days of operations and they arrested one individual over a car tag

What a joke!!
How about that nice, sight-seeing, over-the-road vehicle :-\

Meanwhile in those two days, 2,000 plus drunk drivers with revoked licenses were driving down the road illegally and got away with it!

But we got that one sex offender with an illegal tag, and we saved that one kid!

In the real world, this would be condemned and attacked by the citizens as a waste of time and money. Also, potentially as KGB like Police harassment. Unfortunately, this did not take place in the, “Real world” but instead in the bizarre fantasy world of the Registry.

In Registry world, there is no amount of time, money or effort spent that is excessive or wasted. In Registry world, no level of Police intrusion is ever enough, and can never be seen as harassment. In Registry world, any result that includes arrest is success. Thus this effort, which would be vilified anywhere else, is celebrated.

Only in Registry world can people cheer the idea of cops just showing up at people’s homes looking for an excuse to arrest them.

Saturation…. hummm. As if sex offenders are an organization or substance within the community. One non compliant equating to a waste of time.

Another great example for never allowing law enforcement criminals to get near you or your family. No PFR should allow them to visit at their homes, work, or anywhere else.

The criminal regimes must be de-funded. Vote for people who are tired of totalitarian regimes. Amerika has never been a free country. Let’s work to change that.

Tax dollars, flushed for LE BS….. 🚽

Fortunately on the registry my occupation is listed as a commercial truck driver and I’m often Over the Road in other states. So whenever they come for their annual compliance check, my wife just tells them that I’m at work on the road… Even when I’m at home. I don’t want to ruin the little bit of time and relaxation I get by talking to them. Which is pointless anyway, I obviously still live here, and it’s the same car in the driveway, why do they even need to come to my door? It’s retarded.

Compliance checks
Restrictions imposed
In-person reporting
Must notify LEO if leaving or coming
Supervision term length

All of these acts are imposed by the state upon a supposed person no longer under custody. But if a person no longer custody doesn’t adhere to all these impositions, then they doing a criminal act. None of this makes sense. You are under custody and all those impositions resemble similar impositions of probation/parole custody.

And if this isn’t to punish a crime to “compel” these impositions upon a free person, then it’s unconstitutional as involuntary servitude is prohibited unless to punish a crime.

Funny how law enforcement doesn’t want to go inside of schools during an active shooter incident, but they sure as HELL fall over all over themselves wanting to go inside our homes..

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the group picture was telling” its all you have know about the professionals in TN, the offender is tag for vehicle violation offender was confused the offender thought it was a violation if you missed your annual day to register not the other way around, rumor has it he got 30 years added to his sentence