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April 9, 2018 at 9:02 am #38487
By Riley Vetterkind . . . Michael walked out of the Oshkosh Correctional Institution in April 2017 at age 60 with $140 to his name, a record as a sex
[See the full post at: As dumb as it gets: mixing forced homelessness and GPS monitoring]
April 9, 2018 at 11:14 am #38497
There should be rules about how the law handles these things. They should not be allowed to totally ruin a person’s life or ability to live like a human being. Why isn’t there someone overseeing what the law is doing to people?
April 11, 2018 at 10:21 am #38552
THAT IS THE VERY POINT OF STUPIDITY THAT IS DELIBERATELY SET IN MOTION BY POLITICIANS AND PUBLICS FICTITIOUS FEAR OF SEX OFFENDERS WHEREABOUTS, TO SET THEM UP FOR FAILURE AND CONTINUOUS PUNISHMENT. THIS RESIDENTIAL RESTRICTIONS AND REGISTRIES DO NOT PROTECT CHILDREN OR PREVENT SEX OFFENDERS FROM REOFFENDING. THE GPS MONITORING IS ASSOCIATED WITH A PERSON BEING AN ANIMAL ON A LEACH. ALL OF THIS CRAP WILL BE ABOLISHED!
April 11, 2018 at 10:24 am #38573
Anthony, I’m letting this go through, but please do not post in all caps again or it will not.
April 25, 2018 at 8:27 am #39276
I’m from the state of Wisconsin. I understand your anger and sense of frustration!
As you put it, ” setting up for failure” is true. Mr.Kaepernick (,NFLQB) knows the situation in Milwaukee’s court system too. His protest in refusing to stand during the national anthem was widely covered by the press but his message was distorted by those doing the reporting.
Pointedly towards motive, the state of Wisconsin opted to impose the lifetime obligation to the state’s DOC. In other words, the people of Wisconsin chose the very agency meant to impose punishment in the first case.
April 29, 2018 at 6:35 pm #39603
Given that I am citizen of Wisconsin let me plainly admit we have suffered brain drain. Best I can pinpoint the start of it all is when the U.W. dropped admission standards to below the 3.5 gpa. The move impacted the schools ability to attract major sports athletes! That lead to some successes advanced by Barry Alverez.
The use of electronic devices to track P&Pers is big data & Big labor at work for the people colluding to protect them. Judge’s often convince wearers that the device protects them too by the ability of the GPS devices to exclude them from occurring crimes. If given that perspective is it not reasonable to presume then, his statement admits that WRONGFUL CONVICTION OCCURS? Mr. Kaepernick knows the story all to well. Milwaukee has very strong socialist roots and thus came Constantineau 400 US 433 (Conn. VDoe03). The case involved an alcoholic “Norma” who when using would well…make public displays of his person, so the Chief of Police(the 3rd and unconstitutional level of recognised govt) posted a photo and do not sell to demand at local alcohol fenders in Hartford, WI.
Same basic stuff. Did not work then won’t work now.
May 10, 2018 at 12:21 pm #40296
I assume those GPS tracking units are not free to the person wearing it, so it probably is a money making machine, one that supports politicians during elections.
May 20, 2018 at 10:09 pm #40834
The monitor is indeed a very costly ordeal. Here in FL the standard rate imposed is $5 a day for monitoring. I however got it as a stipulation in my plea deal that I was forced to sign by threat of life imprisonment to only pay $1 per day. And God forbid something happen to the unit as you are responsible for the full cost which is roughly $2k.
February 6, 2020 at 11:35 am #67913
Is there an up date on the federal lawsuit regarding lifetime gps monitoring in Wisconsin?