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Website Highlights Sex Offenders’ Homes

October 22, 2013

Just in time for Halloween, the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department has launched a new resource for citizens to quickly locate the homes of registered sex offenders....

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Oct-24-13 10:54 AM

pervert should be tattooed on their foreheads.

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Oct-24-13 9:52 AM

There are nearly 800,000 convicted sex offenders in the US. Close to 1 of 4 end up being repeat offenders. They chose to play the role of convicted sex offender their victims didn't have a choice in their role. Identifying their homes on a map should become standard across the US. Any rights to "privacy" should be removed upon conviction.

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Oct-23-13 9:18 AM

Ragnar, if you wish them pain, why do they get the right to privacy? These predators THRIVE on privacy and secrecy. If they hurt a child, they give up their right to privacy. Period.

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Oct-22-13 11:27 PM

If these people are so dangerous that you need to violate their privacy, they should not be out of prison.

Do you also list the addresses of kidnappers, rapists, murderers, drug dealers and domestic abusers? These people are also dangerous to the community.

List them all or list none. Otherwise, you are singling out people for abuse. This is probably a violation of the Constitution based on my understanding of the Equal Protection Clause.

Disclaimer: I wish nothing but pain for child abusers and molesters.

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