Table of Contents
- Introduction: A brief history
- Before Federal Regulation
- A Brief History
- The Easy Out
- The Mad Political Scientist
- Federal Legislation
- The beginning of the end
- A look back 1950’s
- Registration laws
- Our Independence and Constitutional Freedoms
- Passing over rights
- The fine line
- Outlaws of the State
- The final say
- Chapter 1 The Current of Current Events
- Freedom from tyranny
- The free person
- The American Dream
- Pursuit of happiness
- A collaborated effort
- Theory of error transmission
- Who to blame
- The end results
- Our only hope
- Chapter 2 S.O.R.N.A. Page by Page
42 USC § 16911
Sex offender: The term "sex offender" means an individual who was convicted of a sex offense.
(a) FINDINGS.—The Congress finds that—
(1) according to data compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in 1961, there was approximately 1 reported violent crime per city police officer, but while from 1961 to 1991 there was no substantial increase in United States cities’ police employment rate, during the same period the number of reported violent crimes per city police officer rose to approximately 4.6 per officer;
(2) National Crime Survey figures indicate that nearly 5,000,000 households in the United States had at least 1 member who had been a victim of violent crime during 1991;
(3) these victims of violence experienced more than 6,400,000 crimes of which about one-half were reported to law enforcement authorities;
The purposes of this title are to—
(1) substantially increase the number of law enforcement officers interacting directly with members of the community (‘‘cops on the beat’’);
(2) provide additional and more effective training to law enforcement officers to enhance their problem solving, service, and other skills needed in interacting with members of the community;
(3) encourage the development and implementation of innovative programs to permit members of the community to assist State, Indian tribal government, and local law enforcement agencies in the prevention of crime in the community; and
(4) encourage the development of new technologies to assist State, Indian tribal government, and local law enforcement agencies in reorienting the emphasis of their activities from reacting to crime to preventing crime,
To protect the United States against certain un-American and subversive activities by requiring registration of Communist organizations, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the ''Internal Security Act of 1950''.
That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government
"outlaw" is still commonly used to mean those violating the law or, by extension, those living that lifestyle, whether actual criminals evading the law or those merely opposed to "law-and-order" notions of conformity and authority
When one is determined to make a positive change to one’s self it may prove quite difficult indeed. When one tries to change the wrongs past, it may come to war.
In the end, that is God’s greatest gift to us, the bedrock of this nation; a belief in things not seen; a belief that there are better days ahead. I believe that we can give our middle class relief and provide working families with a road to opportunity. I believe we can provide jobs to the jobless, homes to the homeless, and reclaim young people in cities across America from violence and despair. I believe that we have a righteous wind at our backs and that as we stand on the crossroads of history, we can make the right choices, and meet the challenges that face us.
The American Dream
It's the hope of slaves sitting around a fire singing freedom songs; the hope of immigrants setting out for distant shores; the hope of a young naval lieutenant bravely patrolling the Mekong Delta; the hope of a millworker's son who dares to defy the odds; the hope of a skinny kid with a funny name who believes that America has a place for him, too. Hope in the face of difficulty. Hope in the face of uncertainty. The audacity of hope!
42 USC § 16901. Declaration of purpose
In order to protect the public from sex offenders and offenders against children, and in response to the vicious attacks by violent predators against the victims listed below, Congress in this Act establishes a comprehensive national system for the registration of those offenders:
§ 15.64. Declaration of purpose.(a) Use. Language stating the purpose of a statute or a recital of facts upon which the statute is predicated should not be included in a statute. A well drafted statute requires no extraneous statement within itself of what it seeks to accomplish nor the reasons prompting its enactment. The practice of resorting to purpose clauses is but a revival of the tried and convicted preamble. However, if it is desirable to express the policy or purpose of a statute, the ‘‘declaration of purpose’’ is preferred to the preamble in a bill since it is a section of the statute and becomes part of the statute.
(b) Form. The declaration of purpose may be a variation of the following form:
‘‘It is the purpose of this act to protect the health and safety of the people of Pennsylvania from the menace of drug addiction. The General Assembly intends that the criminal laws shall be enforced against drug users as well as other persons. This act shall not be construed as intending to substitute treatment for punishment where crimes are committed by drug users.’’
And yet, however just these sentiments will be allowed to be, we have already sufficient indications that it will happen in this as in all former cases of great national discussion. A torrent of angry and malignant passions will be let loose.
Missouri Revised StatutesChapter 566
August 28, 2010
Certain offenders not to be present or loiter within five hundred feet of a public park or swimming pool--violation, penalty. 566.150. 1. Any person who has pleaded guilty to, or been convicted of, or been found guilty of:
(1) Violating any of the provisions of this chapter or the provisions of subsection 2 of section 568.020, incest; section 568.045, endangering the welfare of a child in the first degree; subsection 2 of section 568.080, use of a child in a sexual performance; section 568.090, promoting a sexual performance by a child; section 573.023, sexual exploitation of a minor; section 573.025, promoting child pornography; or section 573.040, furnishing pornographic material to minors; or
(2) Any offense in any other state or foreign country, or under federal, tribal, or military jurisdiction which, if committed in this state, would be a violation listed in this section;
shall not knowingly be present in or loiter within five hundred feet of any real property comprising any public park with playground equipment or a public swimming pool.
2. The first violation of the provisions of this section shall be a class D felony.
3. A second or subsequent violation of this section shall be a class C felony.
(L. 2009 H.B. 62)
Points I wish to make regarding this particular law.
- This law is listed as a sexual offense
- This law makes only certain offenses eligible for this violation
- This law dose not demonstrate how this is a sexual offense
- The actual violation listed is loitering
- No standard loitering law is classified as a felony
- There are no provisions for who would be responsible for notification to sex offenders that this law would apply to them. Or not apply whatever the case may be.
This man does his research and bases his defense on a number of facts.
- Registration is not punishment as determined by court ruling
- He was not under any contract of punishment at the time of arrest
- Not being under contract of punishment he is a citizen and a member of the public
- Being a member of the public entitles him access to public places
- He was not in the public park as a Registered sex offender but as a father
- Being a father entitles him to freedom and the right and responsibility to perform all functions of fatherhood.
- The classification of Registered Sex Offender has not been clearly defined
- Defining a registered sex offender can be accomplished by looking at the federal legislation that creates this class.
- The difference between a Sex Offender and a Registered Sex Offender can be clearly distinguished.
- A registered sex offender is actively protecting the public.
At this point there is still little chance of wining the case. While these facts are valid they still do not show relevance or how these facts are true. In other words "you must show your work". Without showing the work that was done you can not create a valid argument. The first thing to do now is to change these facts into questions for the court to answer. These questions must be relevant enough to be obvious.
- What would be the absolute criteria needed to make this law a punishment for being a registered sex offender?
- Be registered
- Be listed
- Proof of freedom from contracts
- Demonstration of violated rights