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Re: “Sympathy for the devil

The solution is, and nobody sees it, is the use of COURTS of law. It isn't a crime committed that inherently makes a person dangerous, but whether that person continues to be dangerous after he has served his sentence. You all want a check list to be able to determine a person dangerous; to determine a person's life. None of you are qualified; not a legislature; not a governor; not the neighbors and not a board, but ONLY a judge who takes in all the evidence and renders a decision upon it that is independent and can be appealed.

But none of you want this. You won't give room in the court room to determine a person dangerous. You only have room in a court room for walking in parks or living too close to a school or being late to register (all of which are not technically crimes).

Legislatures makes the laws and when laws deal with liberty issues, COURTS get to apply the laws. This is so fundemental to liberty, justice and freedom, that without a court to apply laws that restrict, fundementally you are not a free country.

So, go to the governor and legislatures and tell them you want a better list. You will still have injustice; the list will still be illegal; and the list will still not be credible.

Your problem is sex. There is no touching in society of each other that isn't sexual. Teachers can't even hug a kid without fear. You have created a neurotic society that can't handle even discussions of sexuality, much less understand it. Because of this, you are going to destroy the very foundations of freedom and are always going to have the most ridiculous outcomes and unintended consequences no matter how you decide to make your list up.

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Posted by Rudy1001 on 01/26/2012 at 1:01 PM

Re: “Sympathy for the devil

Due process of law is a DEMAND, not a request. Due process of law is a RIGHT not a privledge.

No irrational laws! You want to regulate? Use a court of law, with accepted standards of proof.

You want to provoke and isolate individuals and call that protection of the community?

You will FAIL! That is given.

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Posted by Rudy1001 on 01/26/2012 at 6:41 AM

Re: “Sympathy for the devil

"It's a proven system, and works well enough that law enforcement agencies all over the world have sought SOSRA's advice."

Do not look for evidence of proof, for they have NONE. What the board does is relitigates a crime and assigns a new punishment. Except this time, there are no trials, or evidence or hearings or lawyers. It is just a bunch of people who use whatever evidence they want, and come to whatever conclusions they want and are beholden ONLY to politicians.

Here is to the MOST INCARCERATED PEOPLE IN THE WORLD BY FAR: You are hardly a free country. Don't flatter yourself!

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Posted by Rudy1001 on 01/25/2012 at 8:01 AM

Re: “Sympathy for the devil

Interesting article. Except community notification does NOT keep the community safe. THAT is just a theory backed up by NOTHING.

The board takes a person and labels them a level 4, a person who has serious mental health issues and then does everything they can to aggravate his mental condition by making him the focus of the community's wrath?

In the evaulation they use lie detector tests? Why? To detect lies? A lie detector test doesn't do that at all.

They have residency restrictions that everyone with an education knows makes a person MORE likely to act out criminally, and yet a legislature has full authority to apply them to whomever they want?

A police State created out of legislative fiat, applied to whomever a legislature wants, applied ex-post facto, and has no basis in protecting the community (except with anectdotal evidence) and the State of Arkansas believes it has the right to enforce registry laws?

You know what is so pathetic? The ruling of the board are reviewed by the executive branch of government when it comes to level 4's.

Have you ever heard of a court of law? Where evidence is received and RATIONAL restrictions are applied based upon the individual? A sex offender board who is beholden to the executive branch of government is inherently biased and cannot be fair.

The courts LAUGHABLY calls registration not a punishment and applies registration laws ex-post facto. The court does not require any efficacy of any law in order for a legislature to apply the laws to whomever they want.

Your registry lacks that most important componant of any free country and that it follows basic due process of law.

Your registry and registry laws are being LAUGHED AT! Do know what that means? It means that the registry is being IGNORED for the above reasons. Until or unless you bring some rationality to the registry the State of Arkansas has no authority to enforce registry laws.

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Posted by Rudy1001 on 01/25/2012 at 7:41 AM


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