Reply To: NARSOL in Action wrap-up: Colorado deregisgration

James Coghill

Revisiting the registry is coming. The success or failure will be determined by the case they decide to hear. SCOTUS is entirely discretionary so they are cherry picking the cases as well as the attorneys bringing the cases before them. It’s a matter of the right case at the right time and will depend on the amount of damage suffered as a direct provable result of being on the registry. Dying from a registry website vigilante would be the most likely type of successful case because nothing else so clearly demonstrates the problem of keeping this information and making it available to the public. If you know someone who meets this criteria I strongly urge you to get them to see an attorney and file a claim in federal court. If you do nothing, nothing will happen. And as Solomon Burke says, “If you don’t say it’s wrong then that says it’s right.” None Of Us Are Free If One Of Us Is Chained.