Reply To: PA’s high court rules retroactive SORNA violates constitution

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Joe

They are going to keep trying to implement anything they can. But one thing that you have to realize and I haven’t heard anyone talk about yet is that in the pa constitution they have a part about shaming. That was also mentioned in the decision of the muniz case. So even if they bring back an old version of Megans Law, they still can not make it public for anyone convicted before 2012. You can watch the PSP and Freed talk before the Pa senate on this issue a few weeks ago. Megans law is done and they know it. The reason Freed is putting up such a fight is because he was nominated to become a federal prosecutor, and, think about it, would you want to be the DA that totally destroyed Megans law. Because he’s a politician and thats how he sees things. Megans law is on its way down, no way to stop it. Politicians are stupid, they don’t know when to stop and they have a big ego. The more people they put on Megans law the more appeals they will have. They didn’t plan for that.