OK: Henryetta family starts extreme petition filled with false statements to strengthen laws for sex offenders

Source: ktul.com 5/9/23 TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — A Henryetta family has started a petition to strengthen laws for sex offenders in Oklahoma following the tragedy that took the lives of five children. The petition, which the family has titled “The Knights Law,” opposes sex offender sentencing and probation requirements. On the petition page, the family gave the following petition description and statement: After recent tragedy struck our small community of Henryetta, Oklahoma, we decided to write this petition to help change the law on sentencing and probation terms in Oklahoma…

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There is a Direction that Registered Citizens can take to become Free

[sosen.org 6/10/18] Below is a article that was posted in August of 2015 related to another article that was posted in June of 2015, in light of recent events I thought maybe it was time to resurrect this article. We have come a long way since 2015 in proving that there never was a high re-offense rate that the United States Supreme Court was given by federal prosecutors representing that registered citizens re-offense rate was 80%, The Court use that 80% to justify the need for public safety. We now…

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IL: Fake Facts And Rational Basis

[simplejustice.us 4/12/18] When the constitutionality of a law is challenged, the most critical factor is the test use by the court in deciding whether it passes scrutiny. If it’s strict scrutiny, the law almost always gets crushed. But then, strict scrutiny is reserved for laws that implicate fundamental rights, which are fundamental because the Supremes say they are. And the others? Last week the Illinois Supreme Court upheld a state law banning sex offenders from public parks, overturning a 2017 appeals court ruling that deemed the statute “unconstitutional on its…

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