Virginia’s problems with its civil commitment program: too many to count

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    By Patrick Hope . . . The “lock ’em up and throw away the key” era of criminal justice is over. Virginians have reassessed their views on criminal jus
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    Tim in WI

    Incarceration IS incarceration, so yes trouble results. Thus it was forbidden to help keep us whole. The key is to stop creating predators! But to do that would take too much.

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    Saddles

    I gave a little seneiro about Buford Pusser about fighting crime and being fair and honest. Course he had his hay days also the good bad and the ugly also. So Virginia and these’s commonwealth reform laws seem to be doing well but too many to count. One would even say thats a start but one still has to wonder about the (SVP) label attatched to many on the registry is a bit too much.

    Sure we all can complain about this that and the other but one has to wonders if one can’t see the forest before the tree’s . Who complains about slogans or labels such as “Don’t tread on me” or even the American Flag’s “one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. So lets all back track for a second. (1`) Who is controlling. perverting, and inflicting the status quo of the sex offender or labeling, man is. (2) Who is presenting these internet sex sting operations, man is, (3) Who is writing their own laws and methods to control the liberty of others man is. (4) Who is judging another, man is (5)Who is adding law upon law, man is (6)Who is persecuting and intimidating others in this sex offender issue man is in their own way, whether fair or not. man is (7) who is perverting to prevent, man is. (8) Who is presenting these deceitful desires to another man is, (9) Who is tempting who in these types of ordeals, man is (10) Who is mixing a bit of God’s Justice with Man’s Justice, man is. Yes who is judging another in this persecution of man, man is. Ony the knowledge of scripture can prevent errors or do judges error everyday?

    Is it not easier to pervert to prevent or wheres the morality in true justice of man? Even some people jumped all over me when I first came on NARSOL a few years ago with my little bible view’s with no reasoning. Its like what’s that have to do with the sex offender and this law of man. Well look up the word indivisible and you will find the answer to much of this situation and also a pretty good solutions to much of this sex registry rubbish going on today today.
    One wonders who perverts to prevent today or is that man’s divine reasoning of true Justice or is man’s view’s more indivisible today in much of this type bondage or enslavement. In other words you can’t have one without the other, and that’s true principal or is something broken in America or this nation. I wonder who’s right or wrong today in much of this foolish ordeal.

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    Tom

    The Static-99 is a poor assessment to be used as a predictability tool. This test is designed and has been tested, as to reliability, to measure the likelihood of someone re-offending on the date the test was administered. (This, the word “Static”). It was never intended or assessed as to its effectiveness for predicting the likelihood of future re-offense rates.

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