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Truth is knowing where a sex offender lives and posting his or her information doesn't keep an offender from re-offending it only stirs up fears that may not necessarily need to be. have consciously identified with and actively cultivated our positive emotions while diffusing our negative ones throughout our lifetime.
If an offender is questioned to be that dangerous than at sentencing he or she should be evaluated and at that point if found to be sexually dangerous than a life sentence should be imposed. What each of these criteria have in common is life experience with compassion or some other emotion that motivated altruistic behavior. He will probably divorce her and only then might she start to see how he ruined her life. There is only one way to handle it: size down the sex offender registry to only individuals who have gone through risk assesment to see if they are deemed dangerous, by a panel of psychologists/socioligists etc. Everyone else should perhaps be in a profile somewhere, yet not on a public access site.
in 2010 nearly 11 years of freedom i was charged with failure to register which was dismissed because there was no evidence that i was told to do so. Why would she allow her to put it on video or a photo? I doubt any of us would not initially feel angry, disgusted, and vengeful toward someone who committed an immoral act, yet there are also some of us who resisted the anger and chose instead to advocate the struggling couple.
However during this process i was now told i had to register, so i did. So the question is, how do we cultivate our positive emotions in a situation where withholding judgment is incredibly difficult?
the sex offender registry is simple a joke and serves no true purpose in my opinion. Those of us who are not inclined to feel compassion have likely not had very much experience with it, or have experienced much of the opposite, whether in our families, in our close relationships, or in our day-to-day lives with strangers. The whole point is that they never did anything wrong, and now they suffer under a label that was attached to the wrong person. Wonder what age his first wife was when they got divorced. The registry is blotted,defeated its own purpose and is merley a scarlett letter to hang on people.
And lastly it i feel that it creates new victims for the children of an offender who is beaten or picked on due to their mother or father having to register, So when that happens who's the criminal ? Thus, one way we can cultivate compassion in others is to give them that which we expect in return. No compassion what so ever..do you even call ur self human? He was a 35 year old teacher who had sex with his 14 year old student. She might had said yes to make it consensual but their are reasons these laws have been passed. It makes posturing politicans look good, gives the media fodder for sensationalized sex scandal stories yet tradgically provides cover and camoflague for real predators ,who hide in the registry amongst an ocean of statutory,sexting,consensual and other non sense,non violent cases.
Why in Gods name isn't any common sense prevailing around this issue and when do we start letting people off the registry who are not a public threat? The First Reply: My neighbor across the street is on the Texas sex offender registry. Through promoting the injustices world wide we have been able to get laws changed. Citizens for Change, America you for this article, Thank you who ever you were for telling your stories. FORBES Oddly Enough Shred Your Sex Offender Map Lenore Skenazy, , AM EDT If anything, the sex offender registry is making our kids LESS safe. Who could blame us moms and dads, when we hear about kiddie kidnappings 24/7 on the news? A 19-year-old who sleeps with his underage sweetheart can end up there, too, even if they plan to get married. At the time of my conviction Massachusetts had a civil commitment law in place for which i was petitioned to undergo an evaluation to determine weather or not i was "sexually dangerous" and should be committed to a treatment facility for a period of one day to life for observation. My daughter was charged with intent to sexually arouse herself and degrade her daughter. You whine/ you feel you have been wrongfully labeled for life . Education is the key, and I call on all who read this site and are capable of professional writing to submit 5 article queries to magazines and newspapers that matter.I know what i did is socially taboo and illegal, yet i am not a threat to children or women.To put me next to a child rapist on this list, is like putting a casual marijuanna smoker ,caught with a bag, in the same arena s a meth lab gangster!!!!!!! ive been on this list for 11 plus years,ive had 100 probation appointments,40 plus home checks,police monitoring our home,pulled over (with my wife,both of us in cuffs)12 times etc.I was at a convention in the Midwest for the past week so it wasn't until this morning that I came across the following email. I don't believe at all that she should of got off "scott free." But, I wouldn't say that registry would be needed in this type of case.I was certainly moved by what this woman had to say and would like to share her plea with as many of you as possible. She could of got a lot worse by having her daughter come in.
This is destroying our family, our children's well-being and my father in law (a decorated war veteran) has depleted his pension supporting us. Neighbors stare at our home; people think a rapist lives in the home. His now deceased father-in-law didn't like that he got his underage girlfriend (his daughter) pregnant. My neighbor is married to the now-of-age girlfriend and they have two children between them. You ask the question, "Why in Gods name isn't any common sense prevailing around this issue and why not start letting people off the registry who are not a public threat? Recently I consulted my local Serial Killer Registry and found out I'm living next door to a guy who killed three lunchroom ladies when they refused to give him seconds on the chili! In a blink, boys go from normal, horny teens to official sex offenders on the registry--a registry that sounds so helpful. I don't even know if i should be writing this but i have some strong opinions if my opinion counts. At that time i was deemed not sexually dangerous.(as defined by law states that i posed no threat to the health or safety of the community.) That law was abolished years later as i continued to serve out my sentence of 15 years. The judge sentenced her to 3 months in jail, 3 years on probation. As a Certified Life Coach I work with individuals and families facing many issues, including their RSO status.