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A case in California could help Indiana sex offenders
Huntington Examiner ^
| Mark Shoffner
Posted on 11/03/2009 10:01:32 PM PST by mshoffner
The Indiana law disallows those convicted of sexual offenses, the ability to live beyond a 1000 feet from a school or public park. California's law only allows....
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TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: california; children; law; sexoffender
posted on 11/03/2009 10:01:33 PM PST
Is English your native language?
posted on 11/04/2009 12:35:17 AM PST
(Go Kats! - Got Seven? [NRA Life Member])
Trying to control where they live is treating the symptom. The problem is the person, not where they live. Keep them on a short leash, or in prison, and it doesn’t matter where they live. It’s just like guns. Control the person, not the weapon.
The ‘supervision’ given sex offenders is a joke. Sure, it’s expensive to keep a close on these people, but it’s a lot cheaper than paying to prosecute and then incarcerate them.
posted on 11/04/2009 4:53:04 AM PST
(God Bless America, and wake us up while you're about it!)
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