Judge rules in favor of sex offenders' rights

Full story: Myrtle Beach Online

Four sex offenders hooked up to satellite tracking systems had ankle bracelets and signal boxes removed after a Wake Superior judge ruled they couldn't be subject to the lifetime monitoring.
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richard

Rocky Mount, NC

#1 May 22, 2008
I was released from prison in 2002.I did'nt have to register as a sex offender.In april 2008 county sheriff comes to my door stating I had to register,6 years after my release.I lost my job,soon my house and other property I worked for.I can't beleave it.Is this right?Now what am I suppose to do?
Josh

United States

#2 May 29, 2008
I agree Richard. This is not right. Youve been punished by being in prison and now they want to punish you some more

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