Swimmer Rape Issue: Should Offenders Register for Life?

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In California, Florida, South Carolina, and Alabama it's impossible for people convicted of any sex crime to be removed from online registries showing their pictures, addresses, convictions, and probation details. Critics say that offenders have been turned into victims themselves when they are targeted in vigilante attacks or can't find jobs or places to live.
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One thought on “Swimmer Rape Issue: Should Offenders Register for Life?

  1. The issue isn’t whether it is harsh for the sex offender because the registry is not punitive. It is a tool for the community to protect themselves from these monsters. If it is punitive then it shouldn’t exist but if it helps parents to know whom they should avoid and who the community needs to eradicate then it is a great tool.

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