The Coronavirus as seen through the eyes of our Insiders

Part III: Let everyone know what’s happening in here . . . We’re scared See also   Part I   Part II  Part IV   Part V   Part VI   Part VII   Part VIII   Part IX   Part X   Part XI  Part XII Eric 4/3 (North Carolina) Let all the news agencies you can, local and national as well as the ACLU, know what’s going…

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NE: Scammers targeting Madison County sex offenders

[kearneyhub.com – 4/20/20] The Madison County Sheriff’s Department has received complaints about unknown callers claiming to be representatives of the department. The calls specifically target registered sex offenders and make various threats or demands of money, according to a Facebook post from the sheriff’s department. The callers identify themselves as either Sgt. Downs or Sgt. […] [Read More]

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CA: 7 Sex Offenders Released Early Due to COVID-19 in Orange County Despite Parole Violations

[nbclosangeles.com – 4/30/20] Seven sex offenders who violated parole were released from jail early as part of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department reducing its inmate population during the COVID-19 pandemic. The sex offenders were released months before schedule, despite being charged with violating their parole by cutting off their GPS monitors and tampering with their […] [Read More]

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The Coronavirus as seen through the eyes of our Insiders

See also   Part I   Part III   Part IV   Part V   Part VI   Part VII   Part VIII   Part IX   Part X   Part XI  Part XII Jacob, as many other gifted writers before him, turns to humor, farce and satire to deal with a very serious issue. Part II: An emergency declaration to stop the ongoing spread of COVID-19 JACOB 3/21 WHEREAS…

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The Coronavirus as seen through the eyes of our Insiders

See also: Part II  Part III   Part IV   Part V   Part VI   Part VII   Part VIII   Part IX   Part X   Part XI  Part XII Who are the Insiders? They are the men and women, boys and girls incarcerated due a sexual crime conviction. NARSOL has received articles, op-eds, and original art from them for many years now, and their contributions,…

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CA: Town repeals sex offender ordinance

[hidesertstar.com – 4/24/20] YUCCA VALLEY — Facing costly litigation, the Yucca Valley Town Council discussed repealing the ordinance restricting where paroled sex offenders can live within town limits. The urgency ordinance repealing part of the Yucca Valley municipal code was approved 5-0. “It’s a tough decision for us to make,” said Councilman Robert Lombardo, adding […] [Read More]

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Northern District Case Dismissed

While we never want a challenge to sex offender laws to be unsuccessful, we are relieved to see a case brought by Estes-Hightower in the Northern District of Florida was dismissed last week. We had previously written about this firm and their lawsuit, suggesting they did a huge disservice to registrants in the State of Florida (and Texas) by filing…

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GREAT DECISION: Nassau County (FL) SORR violated Ex Post Facto provisions.

An excellent decision came out of Florida’s Fourth Judicial Circuit (Nassau County) Friday afternoon finding their Sex Offender Residency Restriction (SORR) Unconstitutional as applied to the Defendant (who was charged with violating the County SORR) whose offense date was before the enactment of the SORR. You can read the decision here: State v Wright – Nassau County SORR Case The…

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Ramos v. Louisiana: new and fairer trials for hundreds convicted in Oregon and Louisiana

By E. King Alexander, Jr.  . . . Amidst intense political concern about the fate of Roe v. Wade (1973) particularly, and that of stare decisis (binding precedent doctrine) generally, the Supreme Court’s April 20 decision in Ramos v. Louisiana (6/3, majority opinion by Gorsuch) directly affects only criminal jury trials but also at least hundreds of felony convictions, albeit in just two states, Louisiana…

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