Reply To: NARSOL condemns civil commitment practices

totally against public registry

I applaud NARSOL for pursuing this draconian tactic, which is in use in 20 states in our nation. What I don’t agree with is NARSOL suggesting to the attorney general to take these steps- 1, 2, and 3. There should be no civil commitment and suggesting your number 1, gives power to the state (predictions, future crimes, false science) to keep people who are innocent, continuously incarcerated. I don’t care what methods they use to determine your recidivism, no two people are alike and a blanket determination should not stand in the court of law.

Civil commitment is unconstitutional and should be abolished just like the registry.