Reply To: Coast to Coast, Sex Offender Residency Restrictions Waste Money, Create Havoc



Something to argue is that there are people who had “sex offense” convictions PRIOR to Megan’s Law (regardless of what the offense was, that doesn’t matter) who were living peacefully in their communities OFFENSE FREE and carrying on with their lives. The suddenly, Megan’s Law somehow went retroactive and made people with offenses from decades ago show up on the registry and when this happened…what did their “friendly” neighbors do? And did anyone ever stop to think that the person who suddenly popped up as a sex offender for an offense from 1980 has been living next door to them all these years with no issues?

No. Because that would require the people of our society to use their brains and THINK. And that could cause hemorrhaging, I guess.