4 sex offenders charged with failing ...

4 sex offenders charged with failing to register

There are 10 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Sep 14, 2007, titled 4 sex offenders charged with failing to register. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Garnet Cox, 36, Flat Rock, was charged with a Class C felony after being convicted twice previously on the same charge.

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PLEASED CITIZEN

AOL

#1 Sep 15, 2007
I'm very pleased to see Prosecutor Lance Hamner protecting our children from sex offenders. Hammer em!

Since: Dec 06

Peru, Indiana

#2 Sep 15, 2007
Kudos to the Prosecutor! That office is doing the job they were put there to do. Bart are you paying attention?
PLEASED CITIZEN

AOL

#4 Sep 15, 2007
Kumar wrote:
Back to this stuff again, eh?
SO, were these guys child predators? Somebody help us out please, I'm too lazy to look for them in any databases. You get the feeling that they weren't convicted of offenses against kids, or else it would be there to fear monger even more.
When were children in danger from any sex offender? Should child predators register, definitely, should a high school senior convicted of doing it with an under age student be on it....
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flame on.
No, I'm sure they were guilty of harmless offenses like minor in possession of alcohol. That's why they require them to register as SEX offenders. Geez, some people.

Since: Dec 06

Peru, Indiana

#5 Sep 15, 2007
Kumar wrote:
Back to this stuff again, eh?
SO, were these guys child predators? Somebody help us out please, I'm too lazy to look for them in any databases. You get the feeling that they weren't convicted of offenses against kids, or else it would be there to fear monger even more.
When were children in danger from any sex offender? Should child predators register, definitely, should a high school senior convicted of doing it with an under age student be on it....
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flame on.
mongoloid
SEES CONNECTION

Verona, KY

#6 Sep 15, 2007
Kumar wrote:
Back to this stuff again, eh?
SO, were these guys child predators? Somebody help us out please, I'm too lazy to look for them in any databases. You get the feeling that they weren't convicted of offenses against kids, or else it would be there to fear monger even more.
When were children in danger from any sex offender? Should child predators register, definitely, should a high school senior convicted of doing it with an under age student be on it.....
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flame on.
So, share with us. What sex offenses were you convicted of that you don't think should require you to register as a sex offender?

You know an easier way to deal with this problem is, don't commit sex offenses.
DoubleMint Gum

Verona, KY

#7 Sep 17, 2007
PLEASED CITIZEN wrote:
I'm very pleased to see Prosecutor Lance Hamner protecting our children from sex offenders. Hammer em!
DITTO!!!
Ugh

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Sep 20, 2007
Alright, whose getting paid to right Kudos?

Protect Kids? Are you kidding? Not from where I sit folks. Apparently you haven't experienced a sex offender in your life courtesy of JC Indiana.

I hear a prior one was allowed to travel out of the state/country while www.nsopr.gov who lived in JC Indiana and works in Columbus. Is that OK?

Whew, the kudos gotta go!
Soccer Tease

AOL

#9 Sep 21, 2007
Ugh wrote:
Alright, whose getting paid to right Kudos?
Protect Kids? Are you kidding? Not from where I sit folks. Apparently you haven't experienced a sex offender in your life courtesy of JC Indiana.
I hear a prior one was allowed to travel out of the state/country while www.nsopr.gov who lived in JC Indiana and works in Columbus. Is that OK?
Whew, the kudos gotta go!
"Right Kudos"?? ROFL! Who's paying you to be illiterate? So what kind of sex offender are you?

Since: Oct 07

United States

#10 Oct 4, 2007
why is it that I can so easily get online and find sex predators, which is a good thing. But it seems I should also know where the released murderers are, as well as convicted robbers and those that have been convicted of any violent crime. Why just child molesters? Lets get a database that warns us of ALL people released from prisons. They're also threats to our peace of mind and life.
MR THINKY GUY

AOL

#11 Oct 6, 2007
The Q wrote:
why is it that I can so easily get online and find sex predators, which is a good thing. But it seems I should also know where the released murderers are, as well as convicted robbers and those that have been convicted of any violent crime. Why just child molesters? Lets get a database that warns us of ALL people released from prisons. They're also threats to our peace of mind and life.
Darn good question.

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