Families Affirming Community Safety (FACTS)

December 16, 2009

Romeo and Juliet Case Destroys a young man

Filed under: News Stories — billorights @ 9:37 am
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This young man age 16, fell in love with a 14 year old girl. Once he turned 17 (and she 15) he was charged with sexual assault on a minor because her mother thought she was too young for a committed relationship.  So he became a ‘dangerous sex offender’, for having consensual sex with his girlfriend 2 years younger than him.  He was degraded and humiliated to the point he left school, and is forced to move away from his family. Neighbors see his name on the registry and harass him, and file police complaints against him for simply playing basketball with what few friends he has left.

His life is over, for doing something most of us have done. This shows the true injustice of these laws.

http://www.annarbor.com/news/a-young-man-struggles-with-the-sex-offender-label

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December 15, 2009

Consent To Search Under Nebraska Sex Offender Registration Act

Filed under: Legal — constitutionaldefense @ 9:42 am
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As part of LB285 all registrants are required to sign the below consent form.  If they refuse to sign this form they will be in violation of the act which would result in a felony charge.

When you read this, I want you to envision a registrant who is married with children that owns a business.  The state is FORCING him or her to sign away the rights of their family’s privacy as well as every employee of their company.  The state will have the legal right to search and monitor the registrants spouse, children, and employees activities because these computers are owned and in the possession of the registrant.

Consent To Search Under Nebraska Sex Offender Registration Act

I,____________________________________________, acknowledge that
pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 29-4006 and the remainder of the Nebraska Sex
Offender Registration Act Neb. Rev. Stat. § 29-4003 – § 29-4013, I have a legal
obligation to provide the Nebraska State Patrol any and all remote
communication device identifiers and addresses, including all global unique
identifiers, serial numbers, Internet protocol addresses, telephone numbers, and
account numbers specific to the device. I further acknowledge that I must
provide all e-mail addresses, instant messaging identifiers, chat room identifiers I
use or plan to use, all domain names registered to me and all blogs on Internet
sites to which I have uploaded any content or posted any messages or
information.
I hereby consent and agree to allow a law enforcement agency to search all
computers or electronic communication devices possessed by me; and, to allow
the installation of hardware or software to monitor the Internet usage on all the
computers or electronic communication devices in my possession.

Signed Date___________________
Witness Date___________________

December 10, 2009

Ethical Treatment for All Youth

Human Rights Watch did a 2 year study on ‘sex offender’ Registry laws.   The results are rather shocking.  United States is quickly lowering itself to human rights abuse country such as North Korea and Iran.

Registrants and their families have been hounded from their homes, had rocks thrown through their home windows, and feces left on their front doorsteps. They have been assaulted, stabbed, and had their homes burned by neighbors or strangers who discovered their status as a previously convicted sex offender. At least four registrants have been targeted and killed (two in 2006 and two in 2005) by strangers who found their names and addresses through online registries.

http://www.ethicaltreatment.org/news.htm

So what is worse, having a ‘sex offender’ in your neighborhood, or having your neighborhood turn into a harbor of hate.

What if that ‘sex offender’ never even touched or hurt anyone?

Sex Offender Insanity

A series of stories showing the dark side of the ‘sex offender’ craze.  These people are often considered simply ‘collateral damage’ by supporters of Adam Walsh.  Most supporters say it is no big deal to destroy a few children in an effort to brand the ‘monsters’.

Really?   I find that incredibly sad, to be willing to sacrifice a few children.

What if it were your children getting destroyed?  One can’t help but think that supporters of this law have less humanity than many of the registrants.

http://www.thelibertypapers.org/2008/12/01/sex-offender-insanity-2/

Society feels safer by making ‘sex offenders’ more desperate?

This story is from Texas, but illustrates the complete lack of sense that these laws make.

“If there is someone who is a registered sex offender living down the street from you, would you rather (have) them home alone, unemployed, desperate and homeless, or have a job, afford probation, treatments fees and counseling?” Molnar asked. “People can’t be productive members of society without a job. This won’t allow them to work.”

http://www.kdhnews.com/news/story.aspx?s=33954

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