In its release against ALI, NCMEC not only makes false implications, they print actual lies. They imply that stranger danger is a serious threat to children, but they lie in saying that if there were no public sex offense registry, companies that hire people to work with youth would have no way of determining if a person had a sexual crime conviction. To protect children, we must rely on facts and truth, something that NCMEC seems to have trouble understanding.
Read our press release here. Our release includes a link to the NCMEC release.