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November 19, 2020 at 12:20 pm #78115
By Sandy . . . As far as I can determine, prior to 2003 there were no articles linking persons on the registry with Halloween. Then, in 2003, from Bry
[See the full post at: “Operation Turkey Sweep — for those on the registry, what will be next?]
November 19, 2020 at 1:37 pm #78116
A Mistake They Made
This is a 4th Amendment violation. A surprise visit must be answered with a surprise lawsuit. No matter how petty the damages. Examples:
I was interrupted while I was cutting vegetables and when the door bell rang I cut my hand. I was speaking with my new girlfriend that I had not told about my past yet when they visited, and she never spoke to me again. Sue them Sue them until they cannot see straight. Liable damages sue sue sue!
Was your house damaged by vigilantes sue.You might not win but you are going to make them worried about their stupid RSO list. If somebody does something to your property take the state to court.
November 19, 2020 at 5:01 pm #78135
Facts should matter
“Turkey sweep?” Oh, that’s cute. har.. har..har..
More like: “Operation Misguided Crusade” or “Operation Enduring Stupidity.”
November 20, 2020 at 8:25 am #78143
nobody in particular
Although there is no actual evidence to support the notion that children are in any greater danger from random perverts lurking in bushes on Halloween, at least, conceptually, that can be spun. But…Thanksgiving? I don’t recall any sensationalized stories about anyone luring little kids into a van with turkey and spiced apple cider (although, maybe that would be more effective than candy and video-games?) Also, it’s pretty jacked-up that a basic violation of supervision – which has nothing to do with an actual sex crime – could result in more prison/jail time than the initial conviction. Just what everyone needs…some overpaid rent-a-cop-squad bursting into their house right in the middle of a holdiay gathering to trash the place and make sure everyone remembers what a “sick waste of life” the regisrant is. If the economy ever reaches a point where the choice is literaly another hospital or another “sex offender operation”, people wouldn’t hesitate to opt for the latter. All that being said, I really do hope everyone here has a good Thanksgiving, and finds some warmth with family or friends. Takes care.
November 21, 2020 at 4:56 pm #78172
They’re only able to keep getting away with these things because people are ignorant and biased against anything RSO.
The only way to deal with them now is for someone to finally deliver the smackdown they deserve.
November 23, 2020 at 12:10 pm #78230
I’m noticing that comments on articles like this are normally pretty critical of the article itself as well as its contents. Though admittedly biased, even supportive comments don’t read as terribly persuasive.
Since the linked article doesn’t allow for comments, please comment on the Youtube video. Eventually, the editors and decision-makers in media will stop ignoring them and at least be more impartial in their reporting.
November 24, 2020 at 11:02 am #78332
More like Operation “Harass You Just Because We Can”.
When even your law enforcement bodies use the most ridiculing, belittling, and caustic language when referring to anything that has to do with “our people”, shouldn’t that be another piece of irrefutable, legally sufficient evidence to support the undeniable fact that the registry was designed from the ground up to be a punitive club with which the state or federal government can bludgeon us with at their every whim?
If this kind of rhetoric can be used as legally sufficient evidence in a court of law to FURTHER prove the cruel and punitive intent behind the registry from top to bottom, WHY HASN’T IT?
Also think back to a previous article where a police department put out their “Most Wanted” list for those who failed to do paperwork in a timely manner on Facebook and got folks to asking, “Does it matter whether they’re dead or alive?”
When your law enforcement bodies actively, intentionally, and with malice stir up the public in that manner, there should be people going to jail and losing their badges, etc. The registry is not to be used as an instrument of retribution, but yet that’s what our law enforcement bodies use it as when they employ this kind of incendiary language.
November 24, 2020 at 1:06 pm #78337
A Mistake They Made
Follow them with cameras while they are doing their Turkey Sweep, and call it a PIG POKE ! If the person with the camera is not a RSO and they are commenting about the constitutional violations taking place someone might care.
November 24, 2020 at 7:00 pm #78356
If you are NOT on Probation or State Sanctioned Supervision, kindly tell these ‘people’ that you Exercise your 4th and 5th Amendment Rights…Kindly tell them to leave and DO NOT ANSWER any questions (unless your attorney is present), AND DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING….Your only obligation is to appear for registration on your due date…UNLESS they have a Search Warrant, they are not allowed on your property!…
Exercise caution and DO NOT talk to them…Be courteous…Be Polite…Be Professional!