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Corey Feldman’s claims begin to fall apart

The Los Angeles Police Department won’t be pursuing the investigation it launched into Corey Feldman‘s childhood sexual abuse claims. LAPD officials confirmed to Page Six on Thursday that the alleged incident is “out of statute,” according to California law, and the robbery-homicide detectives have “no other avenues” to follow with the case. Feldman later responded to the news on Twitter, writing, “MAYBE NOW U…

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PA lawmaker has proposed a bill he believes will “fix” Muniz case

A member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives said his proposed legislation will adapt the Adam Walsh Act to prevent retroactive application of the law and still require sex offenders to continue registration as sex offenders to the Pennsylvania State Police. According to state Rep. Ron Marsico, R-Dauphin’s memo, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision in Commonwealth v. Muniz found the…

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Thanks to ABC affiliate, two firefighters forced to resign for being registered

ABC27 Investigator Kendra Nichols found two local fire departments with registered sex offenders, Londonderry Fire Company near Middletown and Citizens Fire Company of Highspire. At the time of the investigation, both registered sex offenders had the fire department addresses listed on the Megan’s Law website as places of employment. ABC27 told the Londonderry Fire Company the results of the search…

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Passport “identifiers” will not accomplish intended purpose

By Guy Hamilton-Smith . . . On October 30th, the State Department announced that passports of people who are required to register as sex offenders because of an offense involving a minor will be marked with a “unique identifier” that will read: The bearer was convicted of a sex offense against a minor, and is a covered sex offender pursuant to 22 United States…

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CA: Brock Turner’s Judge requests re-assignment as “night judge”

A Palo Alto judge whose 2016 sentence of a former Stanford student-athlete convicted of sexual assault drew nationwide criticism has requested a new court assignment next year, according to Santa Clara County Superior Court officials. Judge Aaron Persky, whose 6-month jail sentence of Brock Turner sparked a recall campaign against him, will be the “night judge” starting in January, according…

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