Operation “Over-the-top” | Rounding up American citizens

By Philip….. I just read the report about the success of “Operation Frostbite” recently carried out in West Virginia. I was one of the 369 registered citizens that were checked on, and I have a few thoughts on the subject. “Operation Frostbite”: Why do they need a name if not to pander to and sensationalize for the press? This was…

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Pokemon Go and sex offenders

by Sandy Rozek and Robin Vanderwall . . . The Pokémon Go craze is sweeping the nation and beyond, sending young people scurrying through the streets, phones in hand, frantically seeking these fictional little creatures. It also has politicians scurrying to find heavy-handed answers to trumped-up fears. That’s because it didn’t take long before someone realized that, horror of horrors,…

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RSOL, RTAG in Washington to dialogue with legislators, staffers, journalists about International Megan’s Law

Brenda Jones, ED of National RSOL, and Paul Rigney, director of Registrant Travel Action Group (RTAG), are in Washington, D.C. this week to meet with legislative staffers and others to present our joint position on the passage of IML. Our focus will be making our opposition clear on the basis of certain constitutional rights. The legislation violates the 14th amendment…

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RSOL demands repeal of Rhode Island residency restrictions; Supports lawsuit prohibiting enforcement

Cambridge, MA—RSOL, Inc.—a leading civil rights group advocating on behalf of registered citizens and their families—called today for the immediate repeal of Rhode Island’s newest law designed to segregate registrants, deprive them of their homes and property, and further erode the constitutional rights of American citizens.   read full release

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