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Tennessee Operation Push Back

Fighting the Destruction of Families FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contact: Vicki Henry, PresidentWomen Against Registry202.630.0345contact@womenagainstregistry.com Women Against Registry is a national organization comprised of mothers, wives, girlfriends and other family members of those convicted of a sexual offense. We

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Dr. Phil: Child Molester or Innocent Soldier Accused?

Friday Child Molester or Innocent Soldier Accused? In 2012, Amanda accused her ex-husband, George, a U.S. Army veteran, of molesting her then 7-year-old daughter, and he was recently sentenced to life in prison for the crime. George’s parents,

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Audit Criticizes CO Sex Offender Treatment Programs

Colorado is overtreating many low-risk sex offenders in the mistaken belief that they cannot be cured, an independent consultant has found. As a result, the state’s Sex Offender Management Board is wasting significant amounts of public money on

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Win in Washington DC!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A D.C. Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that a convicted sex offender can distribute and post photos of court employees online to protest the city’s sex offender registry. Dennis Sobin, a former pornographer who served more than a

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W.A.R. is Going to Washington D.C.!!!!

You read the header correctly!  W.A.R. is going to Washington D.C.!  In light of the recent upcoming hearing of Dennis Sobin and his Idiot registry, W.A.R. thought it imperative to present and show support.  Although we do NOT

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Sex Offender Fights Registry by Registering his Register

But Sobin is also sex offender. A former pornographer who’s appeared on “The Sally Jesse Raphael Show” and “Geraldo,” Sobin was convicted of sexual performance using a minor in 1992 in Florida. So, every 90 days, Sobin must

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Vermont Legislative Update from Tim (POC)

1/15/2014 I was at the State house on 1/15/2014, and met with the Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott and Commissioner of Corrections Andrew Pallito. Both meetings went very well. Lieutenant Governor – I laid out the reason that I

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Operation Push Back in New York

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contact: Vicki Henry, PresidentWomen Against Registry202.630.0345contact@womenagainstregistry.com 2014 Women Against Registry’s Operation Push Back As Director of Women Against Registry, I am contacting your agency on behalf of over two million women, family members and those

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Unreliable Evidence Cost Man 25 Years and Chicago $6.3 Million

According to the Chicago Sun-Times (here), the City of Chicago has agreed to pay $6.3 million to Larry Gillard to settle a federal lawsuit alleging that the Chicago police crime lab distorted evidence, which contributed to his wrongful

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Appeals court rules against Orange County on sex offender law

A panel of California appeals court judges found Friday that state law trumps Orange County’s regulations on sex offenders that ban them from parks and beaches. The fourth appellate district decision reverses the conviction of Hugo Godinez, a

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NYS Council on Community Re-Entry and Reintegration

From The Fortune Society: Yesterday, we were very excited to hear Governor Cuomo’s announcement in his 2014 State of the State address that he will establish the NYS Council on Community Re-Entry and Reintegration, which will bring leadership

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Websites will no longer bill to remove mug shots

TOLEDO, Ohio – Two Internet sites that make money by posting millions of mug shots of people who’ve been arrested have agreed to stop charging them to take down their photos as part of a settlement in a

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National Women’s Organization Opposes HB 14

NEWS RELEASE: National women’s organization opposes Alabama’s proposed HB 14. The question we are asking is an obvious one; “do laws such as this truly PROTECT children?” Alabama Representative Steve Hurst seems to think so. His previous years’

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Irish to House Sex Offenders

Ireland has it right! Niall O’Connor Political Correspondent – 30 December 2013 SEX offenders should be given homes by local authorities on their release from prison, according to a report being considered by Justice Minister Alan Shatter. The

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El Dorado CA SO Ordinance Repealed

PLACERVILLE – The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors is expected to repeal a 2-year-old sex offender ordinance Tuesday to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit. The 2012 ordinance was inspired by Phillip and Nancy Garrido, the county’s

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The Bitter Legacy of Adam Walsh

We can all become angry and frustrated with life.  Some of us have been known to express that frustration in ways that later, upon reflection, seem foolish or even tragically self-destructive.  John Walsh, with the help of a

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Self-Serving Politicians Behind Legislation

To protect our children, It’s an emergency, if the passage of this law saves just one child then it has served its purpose. We have all heard these type of comments from our legislators. Friedrich August von Hayek

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W.A.R.- Our Year at a Glance

The directors of W.A.R. would like to recap the organization’s accomplishment in 2013 and share some 2014 projects with you. 2013 Year at a Glance As you know, due to your memberships and donations we were able to

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Vermont: Bills aim to stop wrongful arrests, convictions

Lawmakers in Vermont are working to implement policy reforms they say will help stop wrongful arrests and convictions within the state. Sen. Dick Sears (D-Bennington) is co-sponsoring two bills in the 2013-2014 Legislative Session, S.184 and S.297, which

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Many Failed Efforts to Count Nation’s Federal Criminal Laws

WASHINGTON For decades, the task of counting the total number of federal criminal laws has bedeviled lawyers, academics and government officials. “You will have died and resurrected three times,” and still be trying to figure out the answer,

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