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Published: February 08, 2012 | | 67496 clicks | 55 comments
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Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Jan 21, 2006 07:09 PM

why can a sex offender ( lifetime registrant) have more than one address (in multiple couties)and own his own business in another county, but yet only registers in one county? What about the other counties he works in, (in homes with children) do they not have the right to know about his preditory past with children?

Posted by lauren & roob (not registered) on Apr 10, 2006 12:51 PM

Are you sure you put ALL the sex offenders in Greenup on here?...SEX OFFENDERS ARE PATHETIC! THERE'S MORE TO LIFE THAN SEX!!!!!!!

Posted by Dee Willis (not registered) on Apr 28, 2006 05:39 PM

How accurate is the count for the sex offenders. I have to agree that all sex offenders are purely disgusting and they all need to be put on the same island and let them take each other out.....there is more to life than SEX!!!!

Posted by anonymous (not registered) on May 24, 2006 01:39 PM

THE BEST THING ABOUT THE INTERNET IS WEBSITES LIKE THIS ONE,WHICH ALLOWS PARENTS TO KEEP UP WITH VIOLATORS IN OUR COMMUNITIES.MY CHILD WAS MOLESTED & SODOMIZED BY A FAMILY MEMBER WHEN SHE WAS ONLY 4.......HE SERVED 90 DAYS IN COUNTY,AND WAS GRANTED WORK RELEASE.I'M NOT A BELIEVER IN THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM,BECAUSE THE PUNISHMENT THAT FOLLOWS IS NOT SEVERE...AND UNTIL SOMEONE DOES SOMETHING ABOUT THAT, NOTHING IS GOING TO CHANGE.PEOPLE SPEND MORE TIME IN JAIL FOR WRITING COLD CHECKS OR GETTING BEHIND ON CHILD SUPPORT THAN THEY DO FOR SEX CRIMES.THE ONES WHO TRULY PAY FOR THE CRIMES ARE THE VICTIMS,LIKE MY CHILD,WHO HAS TO CARRY THIS BURDEN THE REST OF HER LIFE,WHILE HIS PUNISHMENT LASTED ONLY 90 DAYS...IT DOES GIVE ME PLEASURE THOUGH TO KNOW THAT HIS FACE IS POSTED ON THE SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY,AND OTHERS CAN TAKE APPROPROATE STEPS TO KEEP THIER CHILDREN SAFE FROM THIS MAN,AND OTHERS LIKE HIM.KEEP THE FAITH AND KNOW THAT THESE PEOPLE MAY WALK FREE FOR NOW,BUT I BELIEVE GOD HAS A SPECIAL PLAN FOR THEM ON JUDGEMENT DAY!!!

Posted by CJStudent on Jul 09, 2006 11:02 AM

From all that I've read Kentucky is taking a common sense approach to dealing with the registry. By that I mean, they do realize that sex offenders have been in our communities since their incorporation. The subject is similiar to an open wound because of recent media coverage and this being a political year. My hope is to someday see a resolve that protects our children and society as a whole. We as a society, are constantly reminded of all the evils present today, but there really not new. Perhaps we should pool our resources and begin to research the root(s) of sex offenders' crimes. Then by eliminating the cause, or at least addressing it, we can find a resolve through appropriate justice. Creating several facilities that handle strictly sex offenders and give an opportunity to stop before creating a crime. Give incentives for proper behavior, but on the other end of it, for those who refuse to cooperate then chemical blindness..."You can't hurt what you can't see" A bit extreme, yet protecting children and society warrants a legal resolve.

For anyone interested in discussing this topic or similiar ones, please feel free to checkout www.crime-us.com. We also support this website and use it often.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Jul 26, 2006 10:50 PM

I work in a nursing home and one of the employees has a son who has been convicted of felony child molestation and felony child porn on the internet and this man is allowed to come into the nursing home. Three days ago he came in the building and there was a three year old boy there visiting his great-grandmother. This sex offender followed the boy into a room and luckily there was an adult in there so he turned around and left. Our boss says that he is allowed to come in there and we have nothing to worry about! This is crazy!!! This man should be told that he can never come in the building!!! The rules are that any person convicted of a felony is not allowed in the building!!! Then WHY is this man who is a danger to society allowed in? I do not understand!!! Does any one know where I can find out how to keep him out of the building since our boss will not do anything about it? Thank you

Posted by Debra Gifney (not registered) on Aug 10, 2006 02:51 PM

A waitress here in Franklin is a sex offender yet is around kids daily and to top it off, she lives less than a block from a school. Why is that allowed.

Posted by conniebrooks on Sep 30, 2006 04:48 AM

We are all so quick to swing the whip.... Well how about we turn the tables and ask the court systems to do something with these girls that go out with guys sleep with them and get caught then cry rape!!! Once concensual sex should remain consensual as long as it is within the guidelines of the law. In the state of Ky concensual sex is the age of 16. It is cases like these that make the real rape cases so damn hard on the victim. Yeah! are some of you so called victims out there I would love to hear your side! Not only does it hurt the victim but often ruins the accused life forever. Some of these cases on this registry today are "CRY rape" charges! But because of financial reasons, or the poor mans attorney "Public defender" who only knows "cop a plea" landed them here where all we can do is find 101 reasons to keep knocking them down, running them out of our nieghborhoods, keep them from working a legitimate job, redicule thier children for their crime, keep them from attending school functions if possible with their children and if they do attend avoid them at all costs, and then wonder why they re- offend!DUH Maybe not the same crime as before but they have to live, eat, and breathe and should have the expectation as any murderer or drug-dealer "that by the way could be sitting next to you at the next parent /teacher meeting or live two doors down from your home" of some normal life for himself and family. A murderer can harm your child, take them for good, a drug dealer would just as soon sell to your child as mine yet we don't seem to care to share our neighborhoods with them and have their crimes concealed! Why should we claim to protect so much from one intity when there are so many. I would think one was just as important as the other. But yet we only focus on one and a lot of the times blindly. Do away with the loose girls who "CRY rape" and put charges on them and make a "CRY rape registry to put the false accusers on to protect society from them.

Posted by conniebrooks on Sep 30, 2006 08:47 AM

This is my last post I promise:-) Seems to me the best approach to this registry is to focus first and foremost on the violent offenders, most recent offenders, re-offenders, and ones most likely to re-offend. These should pop up first on the registry. Then your have your offenders who have been out and made an attempt at a productive life, shown that they can find and maintain employment, and have led a law abiding life since their release. There should be a history of at least 5 years or more of good citizenship. We give them credit for good behavior in prison why can't we show this credit beyond the walls. This type of encouragement can only encourage more and possibly inspire others. When we continue to close doors and refuse to recognize even the ones who are trying to do the right things and live within the laws it only cries out for failure. This, I think has a lot to do with why so many fall. Maybe if we walked along beside that one man who made it 8 years as a productive citizen, he could stand tall again and have a worth of himself. We are all Gods children and I know there are many who just cannot be helped, and for those lost souls we do need strict protection for our children. But we can't label everyone of these men and women the same a large majority just want a chance to live a normal life.

Posted by Shelbi Miles (not registered) on Oct 13, 2006 10:23 AM

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Posted by Jenny (not registered) on Oct 26, 2006 05:45 PM

Not all sex offenders are bad people your looking at it from one perspective what if a 15 year old and an older male such as 22 falls in love...they do something sexual and it's automatically considered molestation or rape because the mother finds out and presses charges.

It happened to my friend yeah there are very disguisting people but nat ALL of them are bad.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Oct 30, 2006 11:10 PM

My best friend's boyfriend was what seemed to everyone the best thing that could have happened to her. He was supportive financially and emotionally to her and her children and the best host you could ever meet. Good friend, funny, helpfull, you name it. It was too late when I found out he had raped a 12 year old around 10 years ago in Puerto Rico. He raped my baby daughter at the age of 12. He got 3 to 6 yrs and he is about to come out. God knows I wanted to get revenge with my own hands but I thought about it 2x for I have my children and grandchildren. My family has been hurt by this henious animal that was let out the first time. Who is going to tell me that anyone that hurts a child once will not do it again, again and again. Why waste our tax money for a bastard to eat and have a roof over his head in jail. They should be castrated!!! Let's see if they will have the power and control without their private parts

Posted by anonymous (not registered) on Nov 08, 2006 11:47 PM

Several of you (including Connie) should stop being so nieve! Sex offenders gave up their rights to privacy when they committed their despicable crimes. This is not a theft conviction, they are SEXUAL PREDATORS! The rate of recidity on these people is ENORMOUS! It's not fair that innocent people (including children) should continue to be victimized by these convicted pervs! How many times do you think they committed these crimes before they were caught? You don't honestly think they woke up one morning and said "I'll just go molest or rape today." They are disturbed, and nothing, I mean nothing will change that. And, not being continuously monitored in society means they have an even greater chance to go out and victimize. The sooner we stop worrying about stepping on the criminals toes, the sooner our children and our communities will become safer. What if this was your child or friend who was a victim?

Posted by Hexgirl (not registered) on Feb 07, 2007 09:47 PM

As a mother who had a son abused, I feel I do not care how much the person has changed their life when they are in or out of jail the fact of the matter is the children (my son) has a life long sentence, so should the person who molested them or in my sons case molested him. I know that we are not supposed to questions things that happen but as humans we all at times tend to do so. I feel that statements on certain comments should be made if you have been through it yourself, but if your one who belives in giving someone a second chance who did this to a child, I feel sick that you would think it would be o.k. to allow them to have a second chance, I think they should all be put on a island and left to fend for themselves. I will never have any respect for no person who enters my world that I live in thats hurt a child, or even a adult. I think to many people are to easy on these people that do these crimes, and they want to know why is this happening still. because of people like you who think they should be given a second chance at life. which in return is wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Hexgirl (not registered) on Feb 07, 2007 09:57 PM

(connie) This is in reguards to your comments. I think they are wrong, and not knowledgeable. Unless you have someone go through this you would write a diffrent story, or feeling. As a mother of four children that I love, and having one molested almost 1 year ago, I feel they all do not need to be out with us, they need to all be put on an island and left to fend for themselves. When you go through this as a mother it is the worst feeling in the world, and to think the laws are not hard enough to be honest on these S.O."s they let out. And to think people like you who feel the way they do wounder why this is still happening to our children and maybe theirs yet to come. People yes make mistakes but mistakes that cause it to effect our children that have to live, and deal with this the rest of their lives , the molestors should have to searve a life long sentence just as the children do, even the girls you claim to cry out too much. Which yes it happens at times, but i've learned not as much as your making it out to be.

Posted by Hexgirl (not registered) on Feb 07, 2007 10:00 PM

I have typed this three times, and has not gone into the computer information. But I disagree with most of everything a Connie stated. I am sickened by her feelings, especially sice I am a mother who has had a child molested.

Posted by think about it (not registered) on Feb 09, 2007 09:29 AM

"The most notable characteristic of a fascist country is the separation and persecution or denial of equality to a specific segment of the population based upon superficial qualities or belief systems.

Simply stated, a fascist government always has one class of citizens that is considered superior (good) to another (bad)..."--L Lewis

Posted by social worker (not registered) on Feb 09, 2007 07:15 PM

I agree with those that say there is a problem lumping all offenders into one category. I think that incest and predators should stay in a high risk, while instances where a 15y/o and an 18y/o who have a consentual relationship but the adult gets charged as an offender by the underaged's caregivers should be noted in another risk-level category. Please become enlightened that sex abuse and assault are about POWER, it 's just is a sexual way. Most victims never tell. Also many offenders do not ever get convicted.

Posted by fl1968 (not registered) on Feb 10, 2007 11:38 PM

i agree with the comment by social worker. it's about power not sex, so therefore the chemical castration really makes no sense, they would still want the power trip. and yes many never get caught, but many are in there from nothing more than an accusation with hugh time frames when one supposed indecent occured, heck even for murder that have to actually put you there or get a confession.

Posted by Betty (not registered) on Feb 12, 2007 04:00 PM

My ex husband was tried and covicted of sexual molesting our two oldest

sons, when i found out I had him arrested. He received over 40 years in

prison. I just recently learned that he was proled after only 12 years. I

do not think this man should ever be out in society. Now I wonder who

who will potect other children if he were to get married again, or children in his family.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Apr 10, 2007 11:48 PM

I AGREE WITH THE PEOPLE ON HERE ALOT OF THEM SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED ONTHE STREETS I WANT TO PROTECT MY KIDS FROM PEOPLE LIKE THAT. MY BROTHERS EX GIRLFRIEND IS SEEING A MAN THAT WE HEARD IS ONE AND WE WANT TO GET MY NEICE AWAY FROM HIM BECAUSE WE BELIEVE HE IS A THREAT TO HER. MY BROTHER WANTS CUSTODY OF THE BABY BUT HIS EX WON'T LET HIM SEE THE BABY AND SHE IS TRYING EVERYTHING SHE CAN TO KEEP HIM FROM SEEING HIS DAUGHTER. IT TEARS HIM UP INSIDE THAT HE DOESN'T GET TO SEE HER.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Apr 10, 2007 11:55 PM

I HAVE 2 SEX OFFENDERS LIVING IN THE SAME TRAILER PARK AS ME AND IT'S NOT RIGHT HOW COME THEY GET TO LIVE HERE BECAUSE THE TRAILER PARK IS NEAR 2 SCHOOLS AND THEY ARE AROUND ALL THESE KIDS. MY HUSBAND WORKS WITH ONE OF THE GUYS AND IT MAKES HIM UNCOMFORTABLE KNOWING THAT A MOLESTER LIVES IN THE SAME AREA AS OUR 3 KIDS IT MAKES ME SICK TO MY STOMACH. THERE IS ONE WHO LIVES NEAR MY NIECE AND NEPHEW AND I FEEL NERVOUS FOR THEM BECAUSE ONE DAY A MOLESTER FOLLOWED THE BUS THEY WERE ON AND TRIED TO GET THE KIDS TO TALK TO HIM AND THAT MAKESME NERVOUS. BUT THE GUY WHO DONE THAT GOT CAUGHT AND IS FINISHING UP HIS SENTENCE IN PRISON I HOPE HE ROTS IN THERE I THINK HE SHOULD STAY IN PRISON FOR THE REST OF HIS LIFE.

Posted by Sandy (not registered) on Jun 08, 2007 08:20 PM

Hey everyone--If you really want to know where the injustice lies it is our own judicial system! Perpatrators have MORE rights than the victims. Also, I just found out today that people who view pornograpic material of children are punished more severly than perpatrators who actually sexually molest our children. We need to wake up. What is wrong with the system?

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Jun 14, 2007 08:25 PM

why so they not get more time there was one in the area were i live who did not get that long. they should get get and lest 30 years for each!

Posted by Hexgirl on Jul 08, 2007 04:12 PM

I agree with you two above myself. My sons Preditor only got 7 years, with 85 percent searved (on good behavior) I do not understand the way the Laws work, or the State for that matter. I was in court for almost a year with my sons case and I say people who would write bad checks get more time then the preditor who molestes children would get in prision time. It sickend me, and my family, friends, and coun... that were there the whole time for my son. It never will make since why the judge is not so harsh on these Preditors, but it seems the only way they will do something is if a child dies, and then its too late for them to help the child, or the family because the child is already passed on. I hope within time the Laws will get harsher on these so's but for now we all have to just wait, with tears in our eyes and watch this too continue to happen to children. Tammy (Hexgirl)

Posted by Hexgirl on Jul 08, 2007 04:12 PM

I agree with you two above myself. My sons Preditor only got 7 years, with 85 percent searved (on good behavior) I do not understand the way the Laws work, or the State for that matter. I was in court for almost a year with my sons case and I say people who would write bad checks get more time then the preditor who molestes children would get in prision time. It sickend me, and my family, friends, and coun... that were there the whole time for my son. It never will make since why the judge is not so harsh on these Preditors, but it seems the only way they will do something is if a child dies, and then its too late for them to help the child, or the family because the child is already passed on. I hope within time the Laws will get harsher on these so's but for now we all have to just wait, with tears in our eyes and watch this too continue to happen to children. Tammy (Hexgirl)

Posted by anonymous (not registered) on Aug 08, 2007 01:26 AM

Why is it that only the child sex offender are on here? What about the ones that have raped women?



for Connie Brooks...I was raped 20years ago and because vitims are treated like crap and they get accused and have to defend them selves. I didn't report the rape, just to later on find out that he raped another girl.

Posted by anonymous (not registered) on Aug 08, 2007 01:34 AM

******Why is it that only the child sex offender are on here? What about the ones that have raped women?



(for Connie Brooks)...I was raped 20years ago and because vitims are treated like crap and they get accused and have to defend them selves. I didn't report the rape, just to later on find out that he raped another girl.



Also I don't think the police or anyone else is so happy to jump the gun. My daughter was molested and they couldn't charge the guy because of lack of evidence.

Posted by Bonnie (not registered) on Oct 05, 2007 09:28 PM

Connie,

I am the grandmother of two beautiful little girls who were raped and molested. The smallest, two years old at the time was raped, while the other, four years old was forced to watch. It's a proven fact that molesters don't change. The only reason they get good behavior in prison is because the are not allowed around children. Talk to molesters and they'll tell you they fight the urge all the time. Personally, I think they should execute every convicted rapist. There is no walking side by side by one of these vile products of life. Try walking everyday with one of the children who were hurt and see how your heart will break over and over again. They never fully get over anything like this regardless of the lifelong counseling. They always feel it was in someway their fault. Tell me, if you had a daughter or granddaughter who was forced to lay on needles at night and told that her mother's head would be cut off if she told, would you be so eager to hold their hand and make sure they fit back into society. I think not. You should do your research before feeling sorry for the wrong people. I also agree with the other gentleman. God is going to have a special place in HELL for these types of men or women.

Posted by Oldtimer on Oct 06, 2007 11:08 AM

Bonnie: (IMHO) it appears you have some issues. You ask the reader to do their "research" and yet you make claims that offenders cannot change.

This has been verified as "not so". By Dept of Justice studies and many others. There are alot of statistics on recidivism available. It is becoming more evident that there are alot of people that have been molested by their own relatives and then carry their fear and anger into adulthood, rather than to report the family member. The anger then (IMO) turns inward until one is ready to burst. There are also alot of folks that are angry that their spose was the one who molested the child. In such cases, therapy for everyone involved may be helpful. The situation is sad, but there is hope in proper treatments. Good luck.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Oct 08, 2007 11:12 PM

For everyone who has had a person molest their children or they were raped, I am sorry. I, too, was raped by a man on a date. Nonetheless, I am able to separate my emotions from my logic, and after doing a lot of research on this issue, I have come to the following conclusions:



1. The propaganda of stranger danger has been extensively over played, mostly to benefit a few key politicians and media outlets. Strangers can pose risks to children and adults, but family, friends and acquaintances account for upwards of 90 percent of attacks on children and women. The rest are strangers.



2. Most child abductions are by non custodial parents, grandparents or other caregivers. You see the figures on Nancy Grace that 2,000+ children are abducted everyday. They're the parents, not the strangers.



3. Politicians and the media have frozen out the experts on sexual offending who know what they're talking about in regards to recidivism rates, counseling successes, and other measures designed to keep sexual violence to a minimum. Instead, politicians and the media rely on quacks, those who "think" they know what they're talking about, and victims' groups.



4. Politicians and certain sensationalistic media outlets have come to rely on "crackdowns" of sex offenders as a surefire way to votes and ratings/circulation increases. They're playing with you, because they know the truth about recidivism rates and the best methods to keep society safe. But they'd rather sensationalize it to benefit themselves, a rather selfish ploy.



5. The registration, community notification and residential restrictions are creating a vigilante style witch hunt against all sex offenders and their families. Many of these offenders' crimes were committed long ago, but they're still paying the price. The families (children, wirves, husbands, mothers, fathers, siblings, etc. are completely innocent and are paying a very high price for society's hysteria over sex offenders.)



Check out Human Rights Watch's recent report, "No Easy Answers...." It's quite a mind opener, and it shows that America is slipping toward a fascist state. No where else in the world are only certain types of ex offenders placed on the internet to be villified and shamed. And what is truly remarkable, is all these efforts have NO effect on victimization rates. They are simply 100 percent ineffective. They're not designed to curtail sexual violence; they're designed to be punitive and retributive.

Posted by Brittany (not registered) on Jan 30, 2008 03:24 PM

How come JL Owens on London KY needs to be on this list… It is bad enough that with the right amount of money a person can get off, but come on- any charges – complaints – the person should have to register, especially when he has nieces. ---I am this mans Daughter. I was 14 when he raped me but with Barbourville KY court systems he was let go because I was pissed and my mom was crying. That was it. How many Young girls is this going to happen to before someone steps up and does something? Seriously people Do something for the young people in your lives put those jerks in jail… even for 2 years, at least they are suffering and they know that they can not get a way with it.

Posted by Brandy (not registered) on Feb 01, 2008 08:05 AM

I really appreciate websites like this one. I've worked with child and adult protection before and have seen first hand the effects of child abuse of all kinds. Although I know our system(s) aren't 100% effective in capturing, prosecuting, and identifying these individuals, it feels better as a parent of 2 young ones, knowing that someone out there is doing something.

Posted by anonymous (not registered) on Mar 06, 2008 02:32 PM

How can a sex offender be a lock smith. They have access to any home any where.

Posted by ladylimbo on Mar 07, 2008 05:47 PM

I live in Missouri. I married a cop. He sexually assaulted my daughter for the past 4 years without my knowledge, until she told me before she became a legal adult. The county I live in knows him well. They will not persue the issue, although we have all the proper and legal reports, etc. ( no tangibles, they claim). I feel for the person with the "locksmith" query. There are 4 other children from the family that this has effected. We lost our home. The creditors are at the door. It's been 9 months since the reports, and still nothing. The children are not his natural children, he was the stepfather. We had been married for 6 years, until this. My child has severe emotional trauma now. As do her siblings, to a degree. They lost their social circle, their routine, their pets. We have no closure, no resgistery as an offender, and he is out there, probably looking for the next "free ride", both finacially and physically. Does anyone have any advice...not that I haven't heard a boat load...but always open to a new idea... thx

Posted by Oldtimer on Mar 07, 2008 07:48 PM

Hex can walk you through the proceedure, I think.

Posted by Hex on Mar 11, 2008 01:03 PM

LADYLIMBO,

OLDTIMERS RIGHT I CAN HELP YOU. E-MAIL ME AT Hexgirl@embarqmail.com I WILL PERSONAL TALK TOO YOU. EVEN CALL YOU, I HAVE LEARNED ALOT. THANKS TAMMY RICH

Posted by Hex on Mar 12, 2008 08:25 AM

LADYLIMBO,

REPORTING AN ABUSE ISSUE MEANS THE POLICE COMING OUT, AND D.C.F. THE FIRST THING THE POLICE WOULD DO, IS ASK YOUR CHILD QUESTIONS, THEN HAVE SOMEONE ELSE COME OUT TO DO THE SAME BUT SEE IF YOUR CHILD IS TELLING THE TRUTH OR NOT, IF IN FACT THEY FEEL YOUR CHILD IS, THEY PUT THEM THROUGH A INTERVIEW, NOT ONCE, NOT TWICE, BUT THREE TIMES, (UNF...) THEY WILL NOT LET YOU THE PARENT SEE THE TAPE, IT IS FOR THE JUDGE, AND THE STATES EYES ONLY, (DOWN THE ROAD IT MAY BE USED FOR STATE ATTORNEYS, AND DEF... ATTORNEYS, IF A TRIAL IS A ISSUE) THEN THEY WILL HAVE A WARRENT ISSUED FOR THE PERSON TO BE ARRESTED, THEY WILL GO WHERE HE/SHE IS, AND ARREST THEM. SOMETIMES THEY GET BAIL, SOMETIMES THEY DO NOT. (DEPENDS ON THE ABUSE SITUATION) THEN LIVING IN HELL AGAIN HAPPENS. YOU LIVE IN AND OUT OF COURT, AND PLEA TRYS, AND THIS AND THAT, HONESTLY. BUT THE STATE WILL SAY WE ARE FOR THE VIC.. NOT TRUE, I HAD TO GET MY SON THERPY, AND PAY, FOR IT, AS WELL AS FOR HIS MEDICINES HE IS ON, TO FUNCTION DUE TO THE EMOTIONAL PAIN HE IS IN, (STILL) THE STATE NOT ONCE HELPED ME, AND YES, I ASKED, AND ALLS I GOT WAS BULLSHIT. I AM GOING TO BE HONEST, WITH YOUR EX BEING IN THE POLICE FIELD, AS SADD, AND SICK AS THIS SEEMS, YOU DO NOT HAVE A LEG TOO STAND ON, THEY LOOK OUT FOR THEIR OWN, AS DOCTORS, AND TEACHERS, ETC... BUT HOPEFULLY BY SOME SORT I AM WRONG. DO WHAT YOU CAN, PUSH THE ISSUE, FIGHT HARD, IT WILL NOT BE EASY EITHER. BUT THE FIRST THING YOU NEED TO DO, GET THERPY, EVEN FAMILY, YOUR CHILD MAY NEED MEDICNE TO HELP, OR JUST SOMEONE TO TALK TOO. EVEN YOU. I KNOW I NEEDED BOTH, ESP.. AFTER MY SON TRIED TO KILL HIMSELF. LOOK I HAVE ALOT MORE INFORMATION, I GAVE YOU MY E-MAIL ADDRESS, I WILL HELP YOU, BUT HELP YOURSELF TOO. YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE ALONE IN THIS, I KNOW YOU FEEL THAT WAY. WE DON'T HAVE SUPPORT GROUPS FOR THIS, ALLS WE AHVE IS EACH OTHER, AND CARING OUTSIDERS, WHOS HANDS ARE O.K. TO TRUST. TAMMY RICH, FLORIDA (HEXGIRL, HEX)

Posted by Hex on Mar 12, 2008 08:31 AM

ANOTHER THING TOO, THE STATUE OF LIMATATION MAY HAVE RAN OUT FOR REPORTING THE ABUSE WHICH SUCKS IF SO, CHECK INTO THAT TIME FRAME AS WELL. TAMMY RICH

Posted by kelly (not registered) on Mar 24, 2008 01:46 AM

Everyone needs to realize something. Not all sex offenders are the same. You cannot group a man who was over 18 and participated in sexual acts with a girl who is 17, consentually with a man who rapes a 5 year old helpless little girl. Yet the media does. And everyone falls for it. The rate of recidivism (reoffending) among sex offenders is less than that of murderers, violent criminals, etc. I'd be more concerned about a murderer in my neighborhood. So why don't they have to register? Think before you group all sex offenders in the same group. It's not right.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Apr 13, 2008 10:39 AM

I SAY ANYONE THAT IS CONVICTED OF MOLESTING A CHILD SHOULD BE SHOT ON PUBLIC TELEVISION...FOR EVERY PREDATOR ON THIS SITE...THERE ARE 3 THAT JUST HASNT BEEN CAUGHT YET!

I SAY THIS BECAUSE AN EX-GIRLFRIEND OF MINES SON (10 AT THE TIME) WAS MOLESTED BY A GUY THAT HAS 4 PREVIOUS COUNTS OF THE SAME STUFF. WHAT DID THEY GIVE HIM? 25 YEARS...FOR THE 5TH CHILD...25 YEARS!

Posted by anonymous (not registered) on Apr 27, 2008 11:05 AM

I know of a sex offender in greenville who is on work release and is not on the registry now and is building homes for good people who have no idea. He goes to jail at nights and sundays all day. The child he molested is totally distroyed but he goes on riding around with builders and there girl friends like he is king of the hill. The county jail is to turn in these people to vine to let the victim know they are out and they don't. Money does take in this community, and that is sad. Our children need to be protected.

Posted by don't eat paint chips (not registered) on May 07, 2008 01:25 PM

Sex Offender is a big giant pool that can include things like the 16 year old who's 16 year old girlfriend sent him a nude picture via email. There are many "sex offenders" who have never commited any kind of heinous crime. So stating that ALL sex offenders should be shot, killed, sent to an island or whatever is just as ridiculous as saying all black men rape white women.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on May 30, 2008 04:35 PM

Personally, sex offenders really creep me out, but I think before we take any action against them that lie detector tests should be administered to both the accused and accusor. I worked high level security details, have guarded ex-Presidents, foreign heads of state, and some of the richest men in the country. Extensive background checks were run on me by the State Department, Secret Service, etc. but after I broke up with my girlfriend of 4 years, she accused me of attempted rape. I begged for the chance to take a lie- detector test. The prosecutor told me "I don't care if you're guilty, I only care whether or not I can win the case. With our societies knee-jerk reactions to these things, I was quickly railroaded into a sentence where I will forever be labeled (incorrectly) as a sex offender. In my time in prison- where more than once I had to face felons I had personally ejected from rock concerts, etc- i ran into several persons convicted of sex offenses. One was a 17 year old kid guilty of getting a BJ from his 15 year old girlfriend. Her parents pressed charges when they found out. Some should be in the system for life- like the piece of sh-- who molested all 3 of his daughters. But I think we need to evaluate first and foremost whether or not the accused is actually guilty of the crime they are accused of, second whether they are a threat to do it again, and if they are, keep them locked up for life. Blanket policies don't work, and are unfair to the persons who end up labelled a sex offender for something like peeing behind a public dumpster after a couple of beers. That's right public urination is classified as a sex offence in many states. If they are likely to do it again, if the crime was predatory in nature, or if it was against a child (in my mind, that is predatory, but the lawmakers see it differently) then by all means let's take very strong action. But let us be very careful when we evaluate the situations, and take action on a case by case basis instead of mandatory policies for anyone accused, regardless of the circumstances.

Posted by anonymous (not registered) on Jul 21, 2008 04:24 PM

To start I am in no way sticking up for men or woman who are rapist. However my son's life is ruined now cause he was dating a younger girl and to get even with him she acussed him of rape. My son who is now a father of a beautiful baby girl has not had the chance to hold his daughter. My son has never been in trouble a day in his life was a collged student and now will be labeled with monsters as a sex offender. I believe that there are too many people out there who sees a person on these offenders list and automaticly think that they are baby rapers... Well find out more before you judge or call someone a name. Thanks for letting me vent..

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Aug 11, 2008 09:23 PM

I am a very firm believer that people who molest children should be locked up for life, although at the same time, I do not agree with the registry. A girl chased my best friend around for quite some time, was Not honest about her age...went to frat parties (during the week) until 2 am drinking. When something happened between them.....a step-parent presses charges. I am sorry but an 18 year old and a 15 year old.....how can that be allowed....this girl went along with this because she was scared of the parents.....the mother did not want to press charges, but it was too late....As a parent myself and I am just speaking of "this particular case" Shouldn't you know where your 15 year old daughter is at 2 am in the mornings??? Why would he have any reason to believe she was that young, no one else there did...I wouldnt know if I saw a 15 year old drinking and smoking...that she was 15....who would? He is now on the registry, he would never hurt a child....he should be in a different classification.

Posted by ? (not registered) on Aug 14, 2008 02:35 AM

iv lived in hr in this place and u wont amgn how mny girls get raped. its sad that action by the police and courts move the way they do crime gos up every day with more then 100 (way more) girls woman and kids that get raped and repetedly. Kids are growing up with the idl that its all right to hit on and rap woman. I hate the thought of rapest. I thank this link for doing it halfd even tho thr are lots of ppl that work and do care over 80% of the ppl who are rapest r not on hr. ppl r afrd to say evern when they mit see the man and may know who it was to all thos that have been raped speak out because if u dont it will be partly your falt. I u let one do it then a nother will come and a nother will follow

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Aug 14, 2008 02:46 AM

for all thos that dis this site have someone u love raped and then a nother person of yours raped and then find out you frd was raped they did it and thv scard the ones they hert so y let them just forget about it y is it that thr r ppl that cant stop and look at the hert of the victom, let it be u that was raped or abused or sodimisd or mulested or druged and raped rpdly and then say i dont whont them to b registerd i wont them to forget about it. All tho thr r cases that should b treated diff if thy r seen as a offender then they uless proven r and thos a bold words but we live in bold times

Posted by hayley (not registered) on Sep 08, 2008 08:35 PM

my son is 5yrs old his dad is a sex offender from a crime he commited when he was 21 he is now 30. the crime was he went to a party met a grl and they started dating, he had even met her mother and the grl had purchased alchole , he assumed she was of age being that when he met her they was both drinking. turns out she was only 14. im 25 and the grl looked older then i do now, her parents dropped the charges state came and picked it up. he is now an offender for 10 yrs. so now my 5 yr old is being punished by not being able to have a normal father son relationship b/c a grl decided she was big enough to play a woman and then turn around and acted her age when she got caught.. i hate that men are so quick to be punished when a grl acts like a trollip, where is her punishment for ruining his life and his childs. these men are not offenders that scare me, they remind me of your every day males, im a sexual abuse victim myself and the real pedophiles are not horny males who think with the wrong head when looking at a fully developed, sexually active female, there the ones who look at the innocent children and the grls or woman who dont want to give them sex so they take it, those are the men i warn my children about, even the males in the family,b.c as a child i learned most molestors are in your own damn family!! I understand these laws where made to protect our children and us but there really needs to be a limit and some type of difference to seperate a man from a sex offender b.c honestly what man can say he has never looked at a grl under the age of 18 sexually or say whoa she's hot, hell my grandparents where married when she was 14 and he was 19...hello...when does all this nonsense stop!

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Sep 14, 2008 08:40 PM

I have to say that I was a child that was molested and then thanks to being a wild child I set myself up and ended up getting raped. Both of these men are now running free and because the crimes committed were before there was a registry they don't have to register at all. I am now married to a man that because his ex wife wanted to make his life a living hell she set him up. He was convicted of a mistomener for having child porn on his computer. And guess what because we moved from one state that says that all sex crimes are lifetime to here he now is labeled with all of the other violet predators and he did nothing wrong. This LIST is not who you should be scared of it should be those that are not on this list that you should be worried about. The registry is just another witch hunt to ruin men's lives.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Mar 20, 2009 09:04 PM

Why are sex offenders only listed for 10 or 20 years they should be listed for life.

Posted by Oldtimer on Mar 22, 2009 10:09 AM

Kentucky anon, 3/20: They have to register according to their crime and the requirements of the Adam Walsh Law. You can google that to look at requirements.

Posted by anonymous (not registered) on Mar 24, 2009 04:48 PM

I am a victom of sexual abuse and its effects on the victim never go away. Thus the reason for the registery. However I also have some compasion for some of the people placed on the registery for obserd reasons. It would be great if we were all less human and could judge as Jesus would, punishing people fairly according to thier crimes and haveing mercy on others as needed. The problem is that our justice system can not possibly do this because no matter what the situation someone will allways feal it is eighther not harsh enough or to harsh. It is okay to be fearfull of those who would do us or our children harm, it is not okay to go on a witch hunt because of our fear. Teach your children and trust them when they come to you. The trick is finding the balance between protection and being periniod. Understanding that people are human and they make mistakes, Drugs, alcahol, pornography all can lead normal people to do abnormal things this does not mean that they can not be reformed. Some can some can not. Is it really our place to judge? Untill we can all be more open minded, nonjudgement, taking all of the facts into consideration and them finding a punishment that fits the INDIVIDUAL crime this system will never be perfect and some people will continue to get off light for thier crimes while others with lesser crimes will be persicuted.

Posted by leslie on Mar 30, 2009 01:30 PM

I WANT TO FIND A WAY TO HAVE PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THE MANY LOSSES THAT ARE CAUSED BY THE LEGAL COMMUNITY AND THE GOVERMENT. AND THE WAY THAT THEY APPROACH SOMEONE WHO HAS ALLEGATIONS OF SEX ABUSE. THE PERSON CHARGED IS GUILLTY EVEN WHEN THERE IS NO EVIDENCE. DUE TO THE HYSTERIA OF OUTRAGED PUBLIC BECAUSE OF THE DEVASTATION PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN ABUSED EXPERIENCE. HOWEVER, THE LAWAND TO FAILURE

Posted by anonymous (not registered) on May 19, 2009 09:22 PM

How do you get through the fact that youve been abused by a trusted family member almost twenty years ago the person did thirteen years in jail. He has been out now for 6 and you don't like that person; yet, you have to be around that person all the time because someone you love is involved with that person. You hate sex offenders; yet, you want to feel the same way about the person who did this to you but you can't. This person says they love you (although, you will never say you love them back), and they may try to hug or touch you appropriatly of course, but you are disgusted by this, but you just don't feel the same anger toward them that you should feel. If you have nothing to do with them then you lose the one you love too. how do you get through this. without losing the one you love. The one who did the perpetrating is your dad and the one you love is your mom who took him back when he got out of prison. what do you do?

Posted by I know how it feels (not registered) on Jun 15, 2009 11:06 AM

As a molested/rape victim of more than 30 yrs ago(I will speak only for myself) I believe that ONCE A CHILD MOLESTER ALLWAYS A CHILD MOLESTER! my child molester never spent one minute in jail ON MY BEHALF and I know for a fact that he has repeated his offense on others to the same end NO JAIL TIME TO SPEAK OF a few mos here a few mos there. with all the second chances he has been given I wonder how can the people sleep at night who have given this man those second chances as I MYSELF HAD NO SECOND CHANCE ON MY CHILDHOOD!!! and I'm sure none of his other victims have either! not to mention what it did to my faimly and friends and my mental statis as a human being,my teenage yrs being scared to death to date or even talk to someone of the opposite sex, it was a horrific life I had left to live and I believe that anyone who would do that to another human being should have the same put upon themselves to live for thier remainder of life as i have lived for nearly 35 yrs and if that means on an island with other molesters and having to worry every minute of every day who would get them I'm for it!!! it would be their just reward wouldnt you think?? they really do need to live their lives as the victims live theirs after the assault!!

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Aug 01, 2009 05:53 PM

To this connie person. Unless you have walked a mile in the shoes of a victim, you have no right to make the comments you have. I myself was a victim as a child and it devastated my entire world. Everything that made me who I was was gone. People who condone and protect sexual predators are as bad as the predator themselves. It is a proven fact that sexual predators always repeat their actions. So the 22 year old guy that had sex with a 16 year old to you seems like no big deal but that same 22 year oldprobably was molesting a 3 year old relative the week before. Once you are sick you are always sick. Rehabilitation for these people is a disgusting waste of taxpayer money. I truly hope that you never have to go through these things but if you did you wouldnt feel the same. The reason rape goes unreported so often is because of people like you.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Aug 24, 2009 09:11 AM

Can sex offenders in ky go to strip clubs?

Posted by freedomwriter (not registered) on Sep 18, 2009 02:07 AM

Most of you are ignorant. I am sorry to hear of your personal stories of tragedy. However, 90% of sex offenders as defined by law are not predators. YOU have no idea how how easy it is to get on the list. For those that think recidivism is high among sex offenders this comes straight from a Kentucky district court...

Many studies have shown that relatives, friends, baby-sitters, teachers and others in positions of authority over a child are far more likely than strangers to commit sexual
assaults.4 One study found that 80% of abused girls and 60% of abused boys are victimized by people that they know.5 Another study found that no more than 10% of child molestations are committed by strangers to the victims.6 A 2003 Department of Justice study found that only 7% of incarcerated child sex offenders in prison in 1997 were there for crimes where the victim and assailant were strangers.7 Additionally as defendants point out, a 1997 report from the Department of Justice indicated that only 3% of sexual assaults against children under 12 years old were perpetrated by strangers as were only 11% of sexual assaults against children 13 to 17 years old. Likewise a 2000 report from the same agency indicated that as to victims 5 years old or younger, only 3.1% of the crimes were committed by strangers and as to children age 6-11, only 4.7%.9 The implication of these and countless other studies is that laws designed to protect our children, to be effective, should focus on preventing sex offenders from harming children whom they know, not fixated on preventing the rare attacks by strangers.
A study by a California newspaper of nearly five hundred released sex offenders who legally resided near schools and day care facilities found that only one was rearrested during the one year period of the study, and that was on a charge of parole violation and not for another sexual assault.10 A Minnesota Department of Corrections study found that only two recidivist acts of child sexual assault were committed in parks on unknown victims and in those two instances the assaults occurred several miles away from the offenders’ homes. This fact resulted in the Department concluding that residency restrictions would not be effective in deterring the offender who wanted to harm again.
SORR’s are also premised on the claim that sex offenders re-offend at a much higher rate than other criminals. Countless studies refute this claim as well. One study of 29,000 sex offenders found a recidivism rate of 12.7% for child molesters over five years.12 A study by the Department of Justice published in 2003 found that only 14% of sex offenders and rapists released from prison in 1994 were recidivists. Of those child molesters released in 1994 only 3% were rearrested within three years for a child sexual assault, only 14% were rearrested within three years for any violent offense and a total of 39% were rearrested for any offense including parole violations and traffic offenses.13 At the same time a Department of Justice study concluded that 68% of all prisoners released in 1994 were rearrested for any offense within three years.14 Thus, claims that sex offenders have a higher recidivism rate than other offenders, the driving force behind SORR’s, appear unfounded.
3 Dwight Merriam, The 2005 ZiPLeRs: The Eleventh Annual Zoning and Planning Law Report Land Use Decision Awards, ZONING & PLAN. L. REPT., Feb 2006, at 5.
4 Duster, supra note 1 at 717
5 Id
6 Luis Rosell, Sex Offenders: Pariahs of the 21st Century?, 32 Wm Mitchell L. Rev at 420 (2005).
COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
KENTON DISTRICT COURT
FOURTH DIVISION
I am not here to stick up for child molesters or rapists. I am here to stick up for all Americans and our constitution. Because this is a stepping stone to put us ALL on a list. So please get educated. No one should have to suffer at the hands of a child molester or rapist. Just as non violent and non dangerous people shouldnt have to suffer at the violation of their constitutional rights. Your outrage shoud be at politicians and judges and prosecutors that let these people out of prison. It should be directed at the laws that let these people out. if someone is so dangerous I need to know when they move into my neighborhood why are they let out int he first place? These laws are a stupid waste of tax payer money and time. So please get educated.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Oct 31, 2009 08:58 PM

The way that we continue to punish sex offenders after they have already done their time is unconstitutional at the least. I firmly agree that a predator or reoffender should be supervised. However someone who drinks too much & urinates in public will also be forced to register. But if you saw them on the list you wouldn't know that that's what they did. I also believe that false accusers need to be punished harsher. A little background. My fiance went to prison for 10 yrs at the age of 17 for a rape he firmly denies. After school one day he went w/ the girl to her home & they had sex. Her younger sister came home & caught them & told her father. The girl cried rape. The police questioned him & he admitted they had sex. Her rape kit showed no signs of force & they had his DNA. The only evidence was her word. They threatened him with 40 yrs if he went to trial. So he plead no contest. He maxed out his 5-10 yr plea because he told the parole board he didn't do it. He never received an appeal hearing in that 10 yrs. Now he is 33 yrs old. He was released in 2004 as a low level offender with a 10 yr registry. We had a baby 3 months ago. He is a wonderful man & an amazing father. But someone called cps & said he is on the registry & they don't think he should be a dad. A judge has ordered me & my 2 children to move & he is only allowed to be with us for 2 hrs a day. In order for him to regain custody he must complete a treatment program. The therapist testified in court that he will not be able to complete the program unless he signs an affadavit of admission of guilt to the crime. A violation of his constituional right to not self incriminate. Our family has been ripped apart & we have no end in sight to our pain. My 8 yr old son cries everyday to go home. He misses his stepdad, a better father than his real dad, & wants to know why they can't go to their baseball games anymore & why he isn't shoeing up at soccer practice to watch. But if he had just murdered the girl instead we wouldn't be having this problem today. I am hesitant to believe any girl who claims rape because of the power that they hold over the accused. When it comes to rape you are guilty until proven innocent. In a crime that almost never has real evidence. As far as the likelihood of an offender reoffending, you should be more afraid of the average Joe you meet at the bar because the statistics show that you are 1 & a half times more likely to be raped by him then someone who has already been convicted. According to the department of justice the recidivism rate is 5.3%. Not the high number of like 17-25% that psychologists believe.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Oct 31, 2009 09:29 PM

To freedomwriter: Great job. I wish we had a voice of wisdom to stand next to us in court. They falsified a risk evaluation of my fiance & it was proven false through cross examination. The therapist conveniently calls them "clerical errors"! However the judge still allowed it into the case. It should have been thrown out. The therapist also wants him to be tested for antisocial disorder & psychopathy! The reason being is again because he says he didn't rape her! So listen carefully everyone who believes all sex offenders are evil. You too are at risk. Male or female. It's their word against yours. And they don't need physical evidence. They only need a story. If you say that their story is untrue than you are crazy!! You will go to jail & you won't get out early unless you say you did it. You will Lise your children even if it is 20 years later. I have no sympathy for any rape victim who cannot prove beyond a resonable doubt that a crime was committed. Because there is a very likely chance that one never occured.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Nov 20, 2009 12:39 AM

The word sex offender has became such a bad label for some...my husband is a registered sex offender BUT, he got this label all because when he was 17 he slept with a 14 year old and her mother walked in on them. To sum it up she got mad cause he didn't want to be with her and pressed charges. Now my husband has served his whole sentence but now they are saying he can't even be around his own kids...like I stated before, there are some that need to be locked up for a VERY LONG TIME, but then there's some that got the label, for a lifetime, all because they were young and stupid.

Posted by Anonymous (not registered) on Nov 20, 2009 12:45 AM

Anonymous, where are you from??? Now I'm nervous!!! My husband is a great father, and I don't understand how people can just take that right away from a person. I am so sorry to hear about your situation, I am currently going through the same thing, he is in jail for at lease the next 16 months...his son will be 2 years old before he will actually be able to hold him again.

Posted by MzJustice (not registered) on Mar 27, 2010 09:44 PM

There is no such thing as a GOOD person who does BAD things to children (or to ANYONE) and I think it's dead wrong to make people PAY to see who these BAD people are. I have grandchildren and feel that it should always be a free service to be able to find out who may be lurking near them with BAD ideas! Where is the "always free" site.

Posted by Ticked off (not registered) on Sep 21, 2010 08:43 AM

I just read one of the posts on here about her husband's situation and the 14 yr. old. I totally agree with you. I am dating a man that about the same thing happened to him. The act was totally in consent but since he denied having relations with her, she squealed to her parents and they pressed charges. So yes, bad things can happen to good people. And if he was so bad then why would his family allow him to be around his own nieces and nephews, that is because he isn't as bad as what being on that list makes him out to be. It was one stupid thing he did when he was younger and he has had to pay for it since he was 18. So why judge everyone that is on that list like they are a criminal, everyone makes mistakes. Granted I'm sure there are some sick people that are on it, but not all of them. We are not the ones to judge anyway, the man upstairs is, so quit throwing stones.

Posted by Rhonda (not registered) on Jun 19, 2011 02:41 PM

Two things that can ruin a life are ignorance and anger. People need to arm themselves with knowledge and be informed....but only with facts. I am equally disturbed with a child or any human being is violated and the punishment should fit the crime. But in all fairness, we do not always know the facts about why somebody is on the SOR, some of these people didn't even commit a crime, maybe somebody was in the wrong place at the wrong time, or there was an unintentional accident that was falsely reported by a third party, maybe there are judicial officials and even law enforcers that are corrupt (and anybody that denies this are only remaining blind voluntarily). People are wrongfully convicted every day in this nation and if you don't have the finances to fight it and prove your innocence or the judicial system silences you....you are toast. Do not give up, stand your ground and fight for your rights and the rights of others. And do not trust everything you hear in the media....I pretty much do not believe anything I don't see, witness, or hear myself. I have been very enlightented over the past year. I understand fear of anything bad happening to our children (I am a mother of 4) but we just have to watch our children, not get so caught up in our own life that you don't know where your kids are, who they are with, or what they are doing. If somebody lives in your trailer park and are on the registry...it doesn't mean they are a monster and they still deserve to have jobs, care for thier families and live thier lives....if you know they are there and they haven't done anything to you and mind thier own business....and you teach your kids well and know where they are....there should not be a problem. The ones that commit true crimes and avoid registry, or haven't been caught, are the ones you need to be concerned about. Do not crucify a person just because they have a past that you don't know all of the details of....most crimes could be prvented just by watching your kids and teaching them to be safe.

Posted by Imagesj (not registered) on Sep 02, 2011 07:44 PM

I am typing on an iPhone so i am sorry for any typos! My brother is now incarcerated for being a child molester. Here is his side. He was 38 when a girl of 14 both belonging to the same church. At one point he, her and other adults and kids are together a lot with functions. The 14 year old asks to be his friend on Facebook so he looked at her profile and noticed that other adults male and female from the church were her friends so he accepted her. After being friends for a while she sends him normal "messages" but the messages turned to a little flirty to which he did not respond to just went on with conversations as normal.

Eventually he did give in to flirty comments but reminded her of the age to which she didn't care. She texted her breasts to him of her own power not his asking and things escalated from there and he sent pics back... Her parents found things on her side got the pics involved and as of now he is in prison. He never met with her nor did he ever touch her. He had a more than 40 hour a week job and a reputable employer... His evaluation said he was a low to no risk and he has begged to take the sex offender classes. So he tried to appeal so he could get shock probation to start working again and pay with his own money for the classes so he could just get all this over with. BUT he is caught in the system not being able to do anything. We are at our wits end... we personally know he is not an offender just got caught up in something he shouldn't have... Does anyone have any ideas or comments good or bad.

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