Thursday, May 18, 2017

Opposition Against Missouri Sex Offender Digital Bracelet Surveillance Life Sentence

Defending convicted creepers isn't a popular stance but this column offers an interesting perspective on a government crackdown that poses a threat to liberty for the public at large. Take a look:

Editorial: Shackling sex offenders for life is no way to administer justice.

Many sex offenders in Missouri are finding themselves shackled for life to the state's criminal justice system, even though some pleaded guilty or were convicted before a law tethering them to GPS monitoring ankle bracelets existed. The law took effect Jan. 1 but is being applied retroactively to crimes committed on or after Aug.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Microchip them then. They definitely need to be monitored.