Wednesday, January 13, 2010

The US Supreme court has passed new sex offender laws to send convicted sex offenders (and eventually all criminals) to make shift concentration camps!


My lord, what is this world coming to? I knew this was coming!!

The US Supreme court has successfully passed a new law that would compliment the communist needs of this country, by sending anybody charged with a sex crime to make shift FEMA owned concentration camps inside the USSA. Those who have been deemed "sexually dangerous" will be forced into the gas chambers.

The bill was passed with overwhelming support from the sheeple of the country, who do not care about their constitutional rights.

Next congress will be working on a new law to punish all other people who commit crimes, in a similar fashion as sex offenders are punished.

Since the constitution has been deemed dead a long time ago, we do not need it anymore, and it will help usher in the Socialist movement.

Remember, the Holocaust never existed!

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GA - Another idiot spreading bogus information and lies - Click the link and leave your comment!

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Just another hate filled article from an uninformed puppet. Leave your comment at the link above, but like most, they will probably delete them, because they don't like the truth!


A convicted child rapist is suing the state of Georgia to keep his name off the sex offender registry. I wonder who’s paying his legal fees for this foolishness? _____ was actually convicted of three separate sex offenses in Gwinnett County: one count of child molestation (5 yrs.), one count of aggravated sexual battery (10yrs.), and one count of aggravated child molestation (10yrs.).

He’s already being given the concurrent-sentencing free-pass: his 25-year sentence is already reduced to 15 to serve, ten on probation. But apparently that’s not lenient enough: he wants more leniency. _____ is claiming that being placed on a registry is like extending his “sentence” beyond the maximum allowable 30 years.
- That is exactly what it is.  For those who know the constitution, this is called an ex post facto law, which is forbidden by the constitution.

Registration, and other restrictions placed on sex offenders, have been absurdly misrepresented by the media. Reporters simply don’t write stories about registration working — though it works every single time an offender gets reminded he’s being watched or gets sent back to prison for breaking the rules. That didn’t used to happen before registries placed sex offenders under scrutiny. And, contrary to the activist-driven “scholarship” arguing that sex offenders aren’t likely to re-offend (in-depth studies and victim data and sheer common sense dictate otherwise), sex offenders do target one victim after another. Does anybody really believe that people like _____ wake up one day at the age of 32 and decide to rape a child, just this once, just out of the blue?
- I don't think so.  I have TONS of articles on my blog, here and here, which prove recidivism is low.

The truth about sex offenders is that they get away with many, many crimes for which they are never punished. The truth about sentencing and the courts is that virtually every offender benefits from systemic leniency and a plea system that trades money-savings up front for public safety on the back end. These truths, and sex offenders’ proclivity for recidivism, is why we’re resorting to band-aids like registration, and living restrictions, and involuntary commitment, when what we should really be doing is growing the courts and actually bothering to hold offenders responsible for all of their crimes.

Sex offender registration works every time a single mom looks up that nice-looking man from the apartment complex who asked her out and learns he’s been convicted of molesting his last girlfriend’s kids. It works every time somebody applies for a job and the background check shows a propensity for sexual violence. Yet there’s a news blackout on these types of stories.

John Walsh vows to continue fight against America’s Most Wanted

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By Robin Leach

Celebrities turned out in support of America’s Most Wanted host John Walsh at a Bellagio dinner and golf tournament to benefit the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Canon USA sponsors the annual celebrity event here in Las Vegas.

Among those turning up for the 11th annual gala dinner that preceded the TPC Golf Tournament were Alice Cooper, Davy Jones of The Monkees, Domenick Allen of Foreigner, Cheech Marin, Rudy Gatlin of The Gatlin Brothers, Kevin Sorbo, Bryan Cranston, Richard Burgi from Desperate Housewives, pro golfer Natalie Gulbis, astronaut Walt Cunningham, Mark Steines of Entertainment Tonight and Las Vegas headliners Angelica Bridges from Fantasy, Rick Faugno from Jersey Boys and Matt Goss.

I’ve known John since the early days of Fox in New York and had the opportunity to talk one-on-one with him:

Robin Leach: Is this organization needed more today than ever before? Am I seeing more and more of what you are hoping to solve?

John Walsh: Absolutely. I think the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has had more demands in the last year. It not only deals with missing children and runs the national hotline and exploited children. Now Congress and the Justice Department have mandated it run the child pornography tip line and the cyber tip line. So, now they have a whole division that deals with Internet crimes against children, and a multi-agency task force headquartered the children center. I think more people are aware of the exploitation, but we are seeing more exploitation of children than ever.

RL: Why is it escalating?

JW: I think the Internet has become the private hunting ground for these guys. They can sit in their creepy little rooms and try to groom children, get them out. Child pornography has now become a peer-to-peer thing, where the pedophiles are very smart about sending to other peers. It has become a $5 billion business worldwide. There is big money involved. Interpol has gotten involved, thank God. It is very important, and I don’t know why there seems to be so many cases in America.

RL: Is it more American than anywhere else?

JW: I really believe so. Maybe there isn’t the awareness in China or India, but there has always been sex trafficking of children, and as those countries evolve from Third Worlds into First World countries, I think they will get mad at the exploitation of children. But it really bothers me that there seems to be so much. We have handled a lot of really tough cases in the last year here in America, and a lot of them have not turned out real well. The center is still doing God’s work, and thanks to the corporate sponsors like Canon, they continue to keep the center going.

RL: Tell me about the importance of this event.

JW: This is the 11th annual golf tournament. The national center receives half of its money from Congress and has to match that money with private donations, so Canon is more important than ever because in these economic times, charities are the easiest thing to cut out and cut down your donations. So I think this is more important than ever and supported by lots of good celebrities, and lots of people from the Las Vegas community who put on this tournament. The national center never faced the challenges that they faced in the last year.

RL: You never will quit till all of these killers, molesters and felons are behind bars, will you?

JW: You know I am the stubborn Irishman, and I am the father of a murdered child. And last week, we caught Paul Merhige, who was alleged to have murdered four people on Thanksgiving Day: his 73-year-old aunt, his twin sister who was seven months’ pregnant and a beautiful 6-year-old girl who he shot in her face while she slept in her bed. Five weeks he was on the run. I went down to South Florida where I am from. Last Saturday night, the guy that cops couldn’t catch anywhere, a tip came into our hotline from someone who saw a promo. That was one of our best captures in 23 years. That coward is going to face the justice he deserves, and those kinds of things energize you. We have caught over 1,000 guys in 35 countries. This show has now become a global manhunt.

I have to keep going. This last case touched me so much. I saw the parents, I met the parents this week, and the father is a cameraman for NBC in West Palms. Robin, he is in our business, and he went, “John, you walk in my shoes, and no one would have caught this guy. If you hadn’t come and showed up, he still would be out there.”

John will reach the milestone 1,000th episode on Fox on March 6. In addition to the 1,100 criminals they’ve helped capture, 17 of those have been on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list. Just yesterday, John’s TV reach was proven yet again when federal agents in Brownsville, Texas, took custody of a Los Angeles criminal listed on the FBI’s Top 10 for the shooting of an L.A. County Sheriff’s deputy nine years ago.

Emigdio Preciado was featured on America’s Most Wanted for being on the run since September 2000, and the parolee from previous charges will now be returned to Los Angeles to stand trial in the shooting.

John and his America’s Most Wanted deserve congratulations and everybody’s continued support!

GERMANY - German high court rules against detention of sex offender

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Man, even the Germans know these laws are wrong, and they gave us the holocaust, well, Hitler did anyway. That just shows you what the US has become! Welcome to the USSA!


A German high court has ruled against putting a released sex offender in preventive detention, deciding instead to place him under 24-hour-surveillance. German police and the man's local community are outraged.

A German man convicted of being a dangerous sex offender will remain out of police custody following a decision by the German Federal Court of Justice. The court found that he could not be put in preventive detention after he'd served over 20 years for his offences.

The 58-year-old from the western German town of Heinsberg was sentenced to five-and-a-half years in 1985 for raping a young girl. After his release, the man raped two more girls and was sentenced in 1995 to another 14 years behind bars.

The 1995 sentenced contained no measures for keeping the man, known as Karl D., in preventive custody after completion of the term. The Karlsruhe court said the man could not be placed in preventive custody because that had not been part of the initial sentence, so that such a measure would be "blatantly retrospective punishment ."

The federal court ruling follows a state court ruling in February of last year in which a Bavarian court also found no grounds to keep Karl D. in police custody, despite his being declared "dangerous" by court-appointed evaluators.

Police, local community outraged over current law

Since being released less than a year ago, the man has been living in Heinsberg with his brother, under constant police surveillance.

Rainer Wendt, head of the German Police Union, has strongly criticized the high court ruling, calling for lawmakers to change current legislation regarding retrospective preventive detention.

Wendt said it was no longer possible to keep the man under 24-hour surveillance - an undertaking which he said was costing the authorities around 100,000 euros per month.

He added that surveillance was no guarantee that Karl D. would be prevented from repeating his offenses.

The mayor of Heinsberg, Wolfgang Dieder, called on citizens to respond calmly to the Karlsruhe ruling.

He said life with Karl D. would be a "burden" and that he "regretted" the federal court ruling.

Though citizens would have to accept and live with the situation, Dieder said that people in Heinsberg would "have to remain on alert."

MO - Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Civil Rights!

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The title should say "Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Constitutional Rights!"


By Joanna Small

It's being called a victory for convicted sex offenders, but local prosecutors say it's a dangerous defeat for children.
- It's a great victory for Constitutional Rights, which are guaranteed to all citizens!

A Missouri Supreme Court ruling has set a precedent many prosecutors aren't pleased with.

"I did my time, I did my parole, I'm finished. I'm not bothering anybody."

Yet this convicted sex offender tells us he's regularly bothered.

"It's like a witch hunt."
- That's exactly what it is.  A witch hunt by politicians and the media for cash and prizes, votes and ratings!  Something they can use to their advantage to "look tough" on crime by passing placebo laws that they sheeple will suck up, not knowing, that eventually, their rights will be gone as well!

He's so tired of the stigma and fears so much for his own safety, he doesn't want his face shown or his voice heard on TV.
- A vast majority of sex offenders feel this way, thus proving it's punishment!

But he does want his message heard.

"I understand protecting kids but there's a line you have to draw, and if you're going to start breaking laws to enforce the laws then you're not any better than the person you're arresting."
- Amen!  If the government wasn't corrupt, then they'd knock these UNCONSTITUTIONAL laws down, but the injustice system is corrupt, so they can get a way with anything now, and you can BET your rights will be next on the chopping block!

He was arrested Halloween night for not obeying a law that requires sex offenders to turn off all lights and post a sign on their door discouraging trick-or-treaters.

The law was enacted less than a year and a half ago, but this man was convicted of child molestation nearly 17 years ago.

"It's wrong."
- Yes, it is. It's a violation of Constitutional rights!

The Missouri Supreme Court ruled he has a point.

That law- and one passed in 2004 that prohibits sex offenders from living within 1,000 feet of a school or daycare- is not retroactive.

That means a half dozen charges in Webster County alone will be dropped.

"With all the cases we've filed as a result of the Halloween statute, I can't pursue any. They all have to be dismissed because the latest I have of the sex offenders charged is 2006."

Webster County Prosecuting Attorney Danette Padgett says she understands the court's ruling, but her sympathies lie with potential victims.
- And that's the kicker, potential!  All people have constitutional rights, which you apparently do not care about!

"There's a lot of things we didn't know about sex offenders in 1992, in 1980, and the laws have changed so much to adapt to the knowledge we've gained yet we can't make it retroactive with the sex offenders, and it just puts the children in our community at such great risk," Padgett explains.
- And you know very little now, because the politicians and media continue to ignore the experts which say nothing about these laws will prevent a crime or protect anybody, which is their intent.

This man tells us if the laws had held up in court, the rest of his life- his freedom- would be at risk.

"What's next? They're going to arrest me for going outside on a summer afternoon because there's kids outside, or I can't go to Wal-mart because there's kids in there, or I can't go to the McDonald's because there's kids in there or what?"
- Exactly, what's next?  Concentration camps?  Firing up the gas chambers?

This past August the proximity to a daycare law was changed from 1,000 feet to 500 feet, but again, this ruling means only those convicted after it was enacted have to abide by it.

One Webster County man actually pleaded guilty to the Halloween violation; a judge will have to overturn his plea.

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NY - Schuyler County residency law is thrown out

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This is a very poorly written article. This reporter needs to go back to school, IMO!


By Camille Williams

Watkins Glen - A local law in Schuyler County that prevented sex offenders from living near where your children play has been thrown out.

Two convicted sex offenders challenged the law in court.

Some neighbors we spoke with say they want the law to be reinstated.

Schuyler County no longer has a law prohibiting where sex offenders can live.

Under that law, level 2 or 3 sex offenders, the most serious kind, were prohibited from living within 500 feet from a playground, school or day care for life.

Some neighbors are shocked a state Supreme Court Judge threw out the local law.

Brian Heffner, a parent said, "You hear it all the time now these sex offenders are getting released from jail, allowed to walk the streets and they do it over and over, it's disgusting that they are allowed to get away with it."
- No, you are wrong.  You hear about a few high profile cases, which is about 5% or less of all sex offenders.  A vast majority of them have committed one crime, and have not committed anymore. This is the typical sheeple response.  If they broadcasted the sentences of all other criminals, you'd think the same about them as well, but it's simply not true.

The first and only violators of the law were a husband and wife who live near a playground in Montour Falls.

We spoke with them exclusively in November right before they filed an appeal with the state supreme court.

They wouldn't talk to us on camera Wednesday.

But here's what they had to say two months ago.

"When do we stop being punished? We paid our price. We're marked, we got a scarlet letter for the rest of our lives."

Even though Schuyler County's local law is no more, your children are still being protected by New York State law.

Under the state law, as condition of parole or probation, sex offenders who've had victims under the age of 18 can not live within 1000 feet of a school.

But the big difference between the 2 laws is that Schuyler County's was for life, not just while someone is on parole or probation.

Schuyler County Sheriff Bill Yessman said, "You don't want a level 3 offender living right next to a school. I always said it's like putting a kid in a candy store almost and we have to protect our younger population."

Yessman says he's not sure whether the county will appeal the Supreme Court’s ruling.

Schuyler County's law isn't the only local sex offender law to be thrown out.

Rockland, Albany and Rensselaer counties have all had their local sex offender laws thrown out.

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U.S. Courts Split on Internet Bans

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By David Kravets

A federal appeals court is reversing a lifetime internet ban imposed on a child sex offender also handed a 15-year prison term.

The outcome highlights the appellate courts are all over the map when it comes to internet bans often imposed on defendants, especially sex deviants, once they have served their time. What’s more, the courts appear to be accepting the internet as a basic freedom to which convicts, even the worst of the worst, usually should not be denied permanent access.

The latest decision concerning internet bans comes as the Motion Picture Association of America and others are lobbying Congress to “encourage” internet service providers to bar internet access to repeat, copyright scofflaws under what is generally known as a “three-strikes” policy. How such a policy would play out in practice, and how the U.S. courts would view it, is unknown.

Regardless, in the criminal case decided Monday, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia recognized the “Draconian nature of internet bans” (.pdf) in terms of employment opportunities as well as limits on “freedoms of speech and association.”

Defendant _____, now 49, pleaded guilty in 2008 to e-mailing pictures to an FBI undercover agent of minors engaged in sex acts.

To be sure, judges have broad discretion in fashioning special conditions of supervised release. However, those conditions must be necessary to deter future crime, protect the public and rehabilitate the defendant — provisions weighed on a case-by-case basis.

In _____’s case, the appeals court noted that it had rejected a lifetime internet ban in 2007 for a pervert who displayed the naked buttocks of his 3-year-old daughter on a webcam. But last year, the same circuit court upheld a 20-year prison term and a 10-year internet ban on a man who distributed child pornography and lured “the direct exploitation of minors.”

This is the lengthiest ban we have upheld,” the appeals court wrote.

Celebrated hacker Kevin Mitnick was barred from the internet for three years following his 2000 release from prison.

In August, the first unconditional lifetime internet ban on appeal (.pdf) was upheld by the Atlanta-based 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The defendant was also sentenced to six years for “traveling in interstate commerce with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a person under the age of 18.”