Juvenile registration: ineffective and destructive

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    • #31186 Reply
      Sandy Rozek
      Sandy Rozek

        By Rebecca L. Fix . . . Sex offender registration policies were initially developed for adults with sexual offenses, but have recently been ext
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    • #31190 Reply

      This certainly applies to everyone not just juveniles although I am sure the younger you are the more difficult it is being registered since you yourself are a minor and you kinda have to be around minors on a normal basis.

    • #31204 Reply

      Sandy boy you did it again, you have another good article. I’m sort of getting impressed more and more with NARSOL and sure everybody has there opinions about this and that just like they have their opinions about marijuana laws that were back in the 60 and still today. Now marijuana is on the stock market, sort of funny isn’t it.

      This sex registration is going a bit too far when they want to put juvenile’s on the registry Its bad enough for the adults to handle some of this fictitious or man made law endeavor. Someone touching a breast walking down the hall of a junior high school or pinching someone on the * tush* or maybe brushing up against her or something of that nature, it can get all out of hand. Today its about money in a lot of this and they “law enforcement” want to brand anyone for something that appears out of the common norm of human nature.
      I am sure most of us on here were a bit rowdy during there high school years but placing juveniles on the sex registry and all that’s involved in it is going a bit too far. They are just kids.

      The stigma that channels one growing up into adulthood and old age is a hindrance and stigmatizes one over something that may appear to be something such as bullying or not playing fair.
      Sure those that protect and serve are suppose to protect and serve but many times they don’t think. Why do you think they are called crackers in certain circles. If one gives them a dose of the “word” they will fold like an Iron butterfly.
      Sure we all have our faults, I had my faults as a teenager. Even in elementary school, and actually boys didn’t like girls as girls were to “Susie home maker” as some might say. The psychology is traumatic for those that are involved in this fancy pant’s scheme. Kids sow their wild oats but to put them on a registry, they just might as well send them off to war as they did for those during the war to fight. Its getting so bad that maybe the whole USA needs to be on a registry or the USA should go back to biblical principals of the new testament or is it getting like Sodom and Gomorrah in a lot of this ordeal both adult and juvenile.

    • #31236 Reply
      Tim Lawver

      I am not sure why any individual would believe a Federal Government would care about an individual’s needs. Far from it, and our founders knew it. That is the number one reason to limit the power of national authority. When the founder’s fled England the did so because the King had a habit of making rules that only benefitted his authority with little thought about the impact upon the commoner. They hoped that a doctrine of SEPERATED POWERS, would limit the new national governments power to squash individual rights.

      The founders made a point of enumeration. To put to paper for ratification drawing just two levels, Federal and State. The day to day lives of individuals was left to the states to rule. We have let the FED way to far into the lives of our children. Indenture of children, like abortion kills their liberty, life chances, opportunities to grow through experience. Being listed online as his state does erases his\her privacy on a certain level. Can we say for sure that the information contained in the data base is secure? NO!. The FED is certainly using Byrne Grants as financial leverage against our children’s interest. Having made adults indentured servants is one thing, dooming a child unconscionable!

      Like the court said in Brown V Board, ” the distinction intolerable “.

    • #31245 Reply

      You know its a shame that people want to get juvenile’s on the registry. Sure there is a lot of good articles plus a lot of good comments on here that the team of NARSOL bring to one’s attention and I know myself I would hate to be on the registry as a juvenile as would be anybody at that age but one has to say where is our morals and country going today even government today.

      Andrew Jackson, to Lincoln to others have always strived for principals but now with this testing it sort of makes those in high places look out of place just like the sex offender if you really want to call it that. Defending truth is not setting one up for a fall so maybe I should be corrected on a lot of this issue to help others.

      Remember we were all kids once and teenagers but when someone gives people that are born carnal an opportunity to fall should we all go around and say the sky is falling or use some understanding.

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