Reply To: In denying Snyder petition, Supreme Court upholds Sixth Circuit ruling

Tim L

Not so sure states advertising in this manner via registration laws is the path to a more perfect union. Is it possible sharing certain information publicly is inherently destructive to the social compact with the goal of security?

I can point to the recent equifax and yahoo hacking cases where information was made public via individuals stealing it and pitting it on the dark web. Other private individuals have used the public display to plan murder, extortion and assault. As a result of public notification two homes were Burned to the ground to prevent a registrant from moving in.

Public also means foreigners world wide can access SOR databases and see what an immoral place and people America is. Airing our dirty laundry in this manner is in my estimation counter productive and demoralizing!

Our constitution only provides for two levels of gov’t being federal and state. The Whetterling Act acknowledges a third ” local jurisdiction” which is incongruent.(OMNIBUS1994; community policing)