Reply To: SCOTUS Denies to Hear Muniz

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chuck

Brian,
I find it hard to find the value of being off now vs. tomorrow. As far as employment, they will still do a background check. If you have lived in your house for a while, everyone knows around you. Those are the biggest reasons why I would want off: To get a better job and not have people vandalize or harass my loved ones who live with me. My ex-wife would get super upset when a neighbor would come to her and say “Did you know your husband is a sex offender”. She would say yes I know, and you don’t know what happened. She threatened to kick a woman’s butt one time because she said she couldn’t go to the library with her kids anymore because I did my homework there. My wife said even if he was guilty, he doesn’t leave the adult computer lab, so how would your kids be at risk?

Also, take the worst sex offender ever. If you let him out of prison, he or she has the right to move on with their life. Unless you are going to feed and clothe them for the rest of their lives.