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The rights of the sex offenders have been constitutionally violated. But they put the reason for public registry under the notion of "Public Safety". But if that were true, then why isn't there a public registry for those who commit HATE CRIMES against society, or make a list available to the public about those individual who knowingly spread HIV and AIDS through the community. But they don't, because the everyone knows that our right to bare arms is taken a way from the criminals, so it is know that they will not be armed. But the they go a step further for the sex offender by posting your name, your face, where you live, and what you where accused or convicted of knowing the public can not be trusted with such information. Due to the likely event that they will take the law into there own hands. These days everyone who has an open criminal record, is already on the internet. But to single them out for public execution by those individuals who are more that willing to take the law into their own hands. Honestly, I think that the U.S. Supreme Court should change 1 or 2 about the "Adam Walsh Act" like all sex offenders being made public for only a certain amount of time, ranging from 15 to 25 years and that should be considered probation or parole, but not a life sentence. Life sentences are for those in prison, not for the ones who are trying to turn there lives around and become productive members of society. Or only allow law enforcement officials access to this information. After all if it is quoted by one famous politician who said "We do not Torturer People" then that means, no foreign citizens of the world and surely not our own.So it should be one or the other but the U.S Supreme Courts Should allow both.
10 months, 1 week ago on The Constitution and the Right to Privacy