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What do you do if a registered sex offender moves into your neighborhood?”

What about convicted drug offenders? What about predatory cops that target children and women? What about convicted murderers? What about convicted arsonists?

Are sex offenders the only “danger” to society? These cops put on a show of how proactive they are in “protecting” the community but in reality do absolutely nothing.

Did anyone else notice how the deputy casually acknowledged that the registry causes physical violence against PFRs? “We aren’t asking anyone to target them…” Yeah right. This man is the type who is all for stomping on constitutional liberty if it fits his imagined agenda.
Yet again…offering zero proof of the effectiveness of the registry.

I’ll say it again. The registry is just for keeping “undesirables” out of the neighborhood. NOT FOR ACTUALLY PROTECTING KIDS.

Do nothing! Leave them alone! We just want to get on with our lives.

The article starts, “What do you do if a registered sex offender moves into your neighborhood? That was a question posed to CBS42 by neighbors …”

Really, did anyone at all ask CBS42? “Neighbors” did? Because if they did, that is hilarious.

Yeah, every time I have a question about life I ask my local news stations. I just don’t know what I’d do without them. If they don’t have the answers, I call the oh-so-knowledgeable big government law enforcement employees. I would totally trust any of those sources. Because they’d never spew complete nonsense and lies just to appear PC.

I love this kind of reporting. I hope it causes strife and distress. I hope that people worry about the Registries and the families that are listed on them. I hope they lose sleep over it. I hope it causes them all kinds of problems. Because Registries exist, everyone in Amerika must suffer. Just has to be. Amerika has been a nasty place for a while now. All Amerikans can thank Registries for part of that. Reap the hate and destruction.

I find it amazing how a segment of Americans, especially those in southern states like Alabama, are generally suspicious and skeptical of big federal government. More so than practically every society on Earth. But when it comes to things like the military and the “sex offender” registry, they believe every single thing the feds will spoon feed them

Kids in America don’t even play outside anymore, this new generation of parents starting from the early 2000s have been brainwashed into believing that the registry keeps their family’s safe, when in reality we all know 99% of child abuse is done by a family member or a close friend or a person of trust.
I understand how and why this all started, back in the 70s 80s and 90s Child abduction was real, predators were crossing into different counties and different states and cities snatching kids but with today’s technology that’s practically impossible and even if they did they wouldn’t last long before they were captured.
So what should people do if A sex offender moves into their neighborhood they should do exactly what they’ve been doing, living in fear of the 70yo man who committed his crime 35 years ago or the 18-year-old neighbors son who got busted hooking up with his 14-year-old girlfriend he met in high school.

Last edited 4 months ago by AERO’S PHO

If a registrant moves into your neighborhood talk to them and see what kind of person they are or if you don’t want to do that then mind your damn business and if you’re scared then you move.

Watch out their in the bushes. Run for your life. LoL

“What do you do if a registered sex offender moves into your neighborhood”

Get a rope. Gather the neighbors together to erect a scaffold. Go get the “sex offender.” Schedule a hanging at sunrise. I say that because that’s what some neighborhoods would love to do if the law didn’t stop them.

This isn’t unique to Alabama. They do the same thing in Wisconsin. I got a SBN community notice when I was released from prison in 2019. The Milwaukee County sheriff criminals put out flyers on me in the neighborhood, all because I looked at some underage dirty sh*t on the Internet! Luckily, neighbors weren’t concerned about me, because they had more important stuff to worry about in the hood.

What to do if a registered sex offender moves into your neighborhood


“Your” neighborhood. That’s cute because it was never THEIR neighborhood to begin. Home ownership doesn’t mean you own the street in front of your house, much less the entire neighborhood! The arrogance and entitlement to conclude that you can actually control things. They are not interlopers, they are taxpayers just like you!

90% of Shelby County residences and apartments are already off-limits. This is strictly a poltical move as the sheriff is up for reelection shortly.

Okay, I am VERY curious about this: Have any of YOU, my fellow Registrants, ever received such a notification of a [😲😳😵‍💫🫨😬] “sex offender” moving into your neighborhood??

The LEOs rarely check such things, so that’s why I’m curious if any of you have received such a notification. 🤷🏻‍♂️