Friday, February 14, 2014

Dennis Sobin - New Anti-Registry TV Spot Features Activist Sound Bites

Video Description:
This short video was made when activists from across America converged in Washington, DC. They were there to support returning citizens and celebrate the landmark court victory against government registries that upheld opposition website IdiotsRegistry.info. Contact Dennis@SafeStreetsArts.org


3 comments :

g4change said...

Nice work, Dennis and all the others who attended this gathering. Keep it up!

Jonathan said...

I am a former offender living in Colorado. Colorado has used polygraphs for treatment purposes for years. Polygraph results cannot be used against you to get you sent back to prison or to violate your supervision, but they can extend the length of time you spend in treatment. Here the offender pays for treatment, which runs between $50-75 per week, and for the polygraph ($225) taken usually twice a year regardless of your risk level. Those who fail polygraphs are often subjected to additional polygraphs until they pass.

NJ45143112 said...

The Feds are very nice about the whole thing...
They pay your way and only expect you to co-pay for treatment. For me, that's $50 per month...
Still, they seem very intent on making sure that I accept that all pain, all suffering and all future ramifications are my fault and not the result of a nanny state mentality. Clearly, I caused all suffering to the "victims" in the pictures I downloaded (actually, they were mostly beach settings so short of some sunburn on their privates I doubt that they would have ever known the difference. The rest were old enough to know what they were posing for.). They are now simply unsure if my "treatment" should be scaled back since I've exhibited resentment for my incarceration and the suffering of friends and family. Guess that means I'm not "remorseful." The best I can manage is to leave the past behind and look up. God will have to sort out who was wrong in all this and I have to accept that changes were needed in my life regardless of any "crimes."
Oh, well...
On that basis, don't really have the right to be angry. Hey! That means I'm cured! I'll have to call the therapist!