Our View: Jessica's Law under review

Our View: Jessica's Law under review

There are 1 comment on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Nov 17, 2010, titled Our View: Jessica's Law under review. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

WITHOUT a doubt, the passage of Jessica's Law in 2006 and Megan's Law before that have served the California public well by helping law enforcement keep tabs on registered sex offenders.

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Since: May 08

Long Beach, California

#2 Nov 29, 2010
To the Author:

You said:

"Make no mistake - we are not feeling sorry for registered sex offenders. As a group, they have one of the highest rates of again committing crimes again. They are dangerous. Their presence in our communities puts our children at risk".

That is one of the most silliest, untruthful, inaccurate statements I've read in a long time.

Please get your facts straight. A 3.5% redivism rate is accurate. You'll find drunk drivers more at risk than "FORMER" sex offenders.

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