Facts should matter
Also, what about those that just “offended” once and are now on the registry. What about all those years before their conviction that never offended to begin with? Now I’m not talking about “operating in secrecy” or yet to be caught because they were undetected. I’m talking about those that are non-deviant and just had an error in judgment that subsequently landed them on the registry.
They lived an offense-free life PRIOR to a conviction which proves and fully illustrates the absurdity of Megan’s Law and how it’s void of merit and a feckless “tool” for recidivism and prevention.