CN nursing home can continue helping registered sexual offenders, court rules

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      Sandy Rozek
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      By Kathleen McWilliams . . . A Superior Court judge has ruled that a private nursing home that provides care to prison parolees does not violate Rocky
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      “I really feel for the people who have had their lives disrupted that live next to the facility. The case was really about them.” said former Rocky Hill town attorney Morris Borea.

      The ONLY reason their lives were disrupted is because they CHOSE to fight the case. Those people living in the facility just want to live their lives in peace…. the town people disrupted THEIR lives!

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      Saddles

      While talk about judging a book by its cover. Hey I visit a lady at a nursing home all the time. While I have to pay no mind to all this it does seem disturbing that residents want to justify that they are afraid or causing unease to their neighborhood. What they label as a violent sex offender is just a label. I wonder if its true if a dog really goes back to his vomit.
      I wonder if mentally ill people are not violent or crazy in nursing homes. I’m sure every can say violent things at times or should we just say that was just talk. I was asking someone up at a nursing home today if they would rather be in a nursing home or in a prison and they would rather take a nursing home anytime. Those meddling neighbors need to blow it out their ears. Talk about judging wow..

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      A Nursing home now this is where I would be worried about dangerous people residing. Stupid!

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