Reply To: NARSOL gears up to challenge Int’l Megan’s Law


I know it seems like this doesn’t affect as many people but it actually does. Aside from the affect this would have on driver licenses in many states and the very possible future laws requiring marks on clothing, being able to move to another country to escape from the draconian laws and oppression here in the US is a very important door that has now been closed and locked even for this with the most minor of offenses, those who were entrapped and committed no actual offense, and the innocent. Do we really want to wait until we follow Australia’s lead and they make it official that registered citizens are in fact non-citizens with fewer rights than even animals? Yes, we need to plan this carefully and not rush it but it is important that it be challenged and if we fail, we keep coming back. We will not allow ourselves to be herded onto trains to be sent off to desolate camps. We now know where that leads to. Never again!