Archive for April 6, 2009

Arkansas Sex Offender Bill Fails Without Vote

April 6, 2009 Comments off : Law to keep sex offenders away from school fails.

Arkansas – A push to crack down on sex offenders on school campuses failed at the capitol. Legislators in the Senate say the bill could unfairly target the wrong people.

Representative Donna Hutchinson’s bill would require offenders to be chaperoned if they’re on campus. She told the Senate judiciary committee it also targets teachers who abuse their students. But committee members questioned specifically which offenders the bill targets. That’s something even Hutchinson struggled with. “We acknowledge that labeling these predators is a little fuzzy and none of us quite understand it.”

That fuzziness did not sit well with the committee, one that’s known for killing bills for lack of clarity. This bill failed without a vote.

“I think they were thinking more about that small minority in the second level that will never commit a crime again but when you’re making law you can’t do that.”

Clearly, this woman is an idiot who thinks it is perfectly fine to punish and banish an entire group of citizens because some of them MIGHT re-offend. We urge all readers to contact her office at: Phone: 479-876-6011 eMail:

Murders of Sex Offenders Increasing

April 6, 2009 Comments off : Murdered in the United States – 2008: Registered Sex Offenders.

The 2008 year was the worst year ever for deaths of Registered Sex Offenders (RSOs). Of those murdered or killed, not in jails, prisons or civil commitment centers, the most dangerous state is Florida where 5 persons were murdered.  PA and TX reported 3 each, CA, MD, MA, NC, and TN each reported 2.  AZ, CO, DE, GA, IL, IN, IO, KS, KY, ME, MO, NM, NY, UT, WA each reported 1.</span>

Allen Hunt Show – Sex Offender Law

April 6, 2009 Comments off

Allen Hunt Show – Show Description : A Federal Judge must agree with me because this past week he shot down a law requiring registered sex offenders from living 1000-feet from where kids congregate as being unconstitutional. Finally! Do we not realize that if we let these people out of prisons, we owe it to them to reestablish themselves in society. How does it help anyone forcing them “underground.” Join the conversation as we look at forgiveness and redemption for people who rarely get it. (See also related show links below this story)

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