WA: ‘Worst of the worst:’ Washingtonians fighting to stop sex offender transfers off McNeil Island

Source: q13fox.com 2/27/23

People are rallying, hoping to put a stop to sex offender transfers off of McNeil Island. The Department of Health and Human Services said five of the “worst of the worst” sexually violent predators would be moving to Tenino, Washington. The home in Tenino is sitting empty for now, but as The Spotlight learned, these sorts of facilities are already found all over the state. And nearby residents are not always told who is going to be living inside.

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Thanks @ACSOL for covering this. This is a continuation of what was written recently from WA on the topic when the meeting was moved to virtually presented. There is more to come on it as they reported noted at the end of the story.

This is such typical Fox News propaganda. “Fear and anger” being used to subvert the constitution. This whole registry and SVP system is unconstitutional.

I’m just waiting for the whole Civil Commitment scam to finally die. It is obvious that the States have no interest in using these laws in anything resembling a legitimate and constructive manner. They’re just shadow prisons that warehouse people until the State stops wanting to pay for them….or they die.

Tiny bit of looking at McNeil Island…turns out pretty much what I expected…shadow prison warehouse. Take a look for yourself.

I find it funny that those residents are complaining about their home prices dipping, yet their the ones causing it by being out their protesting, getting the news crew involved and telling the world that dangerous “predators” are living in the neighborhood.

I can say that that news report was one-sided. Which I kind of expected it to be. The one guy at 8:50 stated that of all the people that have found placement in the state have not reoffended at any of the facilities, and the news reporters never investigated it, and if they did they’d probably find out that there is no threat. What’s also interesting is that supreme living has also stated that they are receiving death threats. Which of course we know how hard the law enforcement is investigating those. LOL! One-sided reporting!