posted on Oct, 2 2018 @ 01:32 PM
I have a serious question. Why do we have a sex offender registry in the first place?
If people truly do their time, haven't they paid the price for their crime? Are they being punished twice?
Or is it because it is known that these are the type of people that often re-offend?
If that is the case, what can be done? I read that the registry was originally done for pathological sex
offenders and used to warn parents because they were very likely to re-offend?
If these people can't be cured why are we ok with them being free?
Missouri has lost track of more than 1,200 sex offenders. Other states have a similar problem
Some of these numbers are quite sobering, 3000 in Wisconsin, 1700 In Massachusetts.
Where are all these people? Homeless? In hiding?
Anyone else find it ironic they have money for the audit, but no money for a solution?
I know some people may not agree with me, but I really think child predator rapist should get the death penalty.