Panel: California should end sex-offe...

Panel: California should end sex-offender housing ban

There are 8 comments on the The Reporter story from Nov 12, 2010, titled Panel: California should end sex-offender housing ban. In it, The Reporter reports that:

A law enforcement panel is recommending that California voters repeal the residency restrictions for sex offenders they approved four years ago because too many are listed as transient, making them more difficult to monitor.

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Once again

Suisun City, CA

#1 Nov 12, 2010
Once again it's the legal citizen's responsibility to accommodate criminals. How about he state grows some B A L L S and put the criminals down. They are proven to be useless in society and unproductive. Now why should we pander to criminals again??

Since: Aug 10

San Jose, CA

#2 Nov 12, 2010
Once again wrote:
Once again it's the legal citizen's responsibility to accommodate criminals. How about he state grows some B A L L S and put the criminals down. They are proven to be useless in society and unproductive. Now why should we pander to criminals again??
They get pandered to because the vote democrat.

Since: Aug 10

San Jose, CA

#3 Nov 12, 2010
"they"
Glenn

San Mateo, CA

#4 Nov 12, 2010
Once again-- you can't "put down" sex offenders anymore then you can put down "robbers" or "drunk drivers". Next time offer real solutions instead of poorly thought answers. And Birds Landing--to blame this on ANY political party is ridiculous. Obviously, college educations are not found on this site.

Granny in the Crosswalk

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#5 Nov 12, 2010
They should not let them out.
Vaca Citizen

Atherton, CA

#6 Nov 12, 2010
We are not responsible for doing the government's job and this article is bullcrap. I mean really drive around and see how much housing is truly available outside of that restriction and ban.

They are transient because the government who doesn't even regulate it's own predators has accepted this rather than saying, YOU MUST HAVE AN ADDRESS that we can check on you or wear an ankle bracelet or go back to prison/jail until you are able to provide us with a legitimate address.

Heck put microchips in the SOB's!
Vaca Citizen

Atherton, CA

#7 Nov 12, 2010
Oh and if they are transient then why are that not required to report every week or month or go back to jail and again microchips, get them to agree - I don't care how!

Since: Aug 10

San Jose, CA

#8 Nov 12, 2010
Vaca Citizen wrote:
Oh and if they are transient then why are that not required to report every week or month or go back to jail and again microchips, get them to agree - I don't care how!
You don't know how but do it now.

Microchips? Really? Are you going to walk through groups of people scanning everyone checking their ID?

Keep in mind that the majority of so called "sex offenders" are non violent and were prosecuted for chicken s things as taking a leak in public and then plea out the no contest rather than face a bias jury.

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