I agree. Let’s remind our State Senators that felons can vote in Pa. A lot of people don’t know this. It changes from state to state. The only restriction in Pa is that you can’t be in jail.
I strongly believe that if you want the registry for “public safety” reasons, then make the registry available for law enforcement only. If the public wants information, they have to provide information and jump through a few hooos along with paying a hefty fee. That will keep the nosy ones from starting trouble.
I do believe the hysteria is dying down as opposed to what it use to be. When I was first sentenced, there were two women in my neighborhood that all they did was make flyers with every new sex offenders info on it. Once people calm down and truly consider the registry they realize that it is unconstitutional.
Which brings me to the question: what is Narsol’s official position in the registry? Should there be one or do they correctly position themselves as the registry is unconstitutional?