Introduction to Human Rights for those on the registry

This video will be discussing the human rights that everyone on Earth is born with. You may be very surprised to know that the United States, just like China, does not recognize human rights for their citizens. Hopefully

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Blanket Exclusions, Animus, and the False Policies They Promote

Abstract: Saying something is true does not make it so.  And saying it louder does not make it truer.  But such is the legislative posture behind modern day sex offense registration laws that punish those who commit sex

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TAKE Notice! ACT Immediately!

For those unaware, when the Adam Walsh Act was passed by Congress in 2006, they delegated the implementation to the Department of Justice (DOJ) who then formed the Sex Offender Sentencing Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering and Tracking (SMART) office. The SMART office then

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Better to be a Murderer than a so-called “Sex Offender”

In 2007 I signed a plead agreement and went to prison for a sex offense. At the time the law in Missouri said in parole guidelines that I was required to spend 59 month in prison prior to

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Shadow Prisoners: Involuntarily Committed Risking Covid-19 in Overcrowded Facilities

The  coronavirus pandemic is a global emergency. Persons in overcrowded facilities are in peril as Covid-19 quietly invades. Human rights organizations have called on officials to release persons from the traditional legal system but have overlooked people confined

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English Family’s Upheaval: The nuances of law

A woman in the United Kingdom reports that since that fateful knock on the door to the present, life, indeed has been difficult.  With the goal of protecting her husband’s emotional state and normalizing life for herself and

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