Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejects SORNA challenge

By Larry of LibJusCo. . . In these consolidated appeals, Commonwealth v. Lacombe and Commonwealth v. Witmayer, the Commonwealth (state) challenged orders of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas relieving appellees Claude Lacombe and Michael Witmayer of their duties to comply with Subchapter I of the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act. To achieve its dual goals of ensuring public safety…

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MASSIVE COVID-19 OUTBREAK AT A SOUTHERN NM PRISON HITS JUST ONE TYPE OF INMATES — SEX OFFENDERS. THAT’S BY DESIGN.

By Jeff Proctor, New Mexico In Depth As the coronavirus established a foothold in southern New Mexico’s Otero County Prison Facility in mid-May, state officials quietly moved 39 inmates out of the massive complex near the Texas border to another prison near Santa Fe. The inmates shared something in common: None was a sex offender. In the days before the…

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LibJusCo suing New Mexico sheriffs and DPS

By Jackie Kent . . . ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – More than a half dozen sex offenders who committed their crimes in other states say they’re being treated unfairly in New Mexico. “When someone moves to New Mexico, they’re kind of automatically by default required to register,” Liberty and Justice Coalition Attorney Barett G. Porter said. Porter said many convicted…

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NATIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS GROUP SLAMS SHERIFF GONZALES FOR BASELESS FEAR MONGERING

Washington, D.C. | May 21, 2018—The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) demands that Sheriff Manny Gonzales stop running politically motivated newspaper advertising in which his department stokes baseless fears about so-called “non-compliant sex offenders.” In a recent, full-color insert, the sheriff’s department cautions the public not to approach “non-compliant sex offenders” because they may be armed and…

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International Megans Law / HB 515 Passed

For Immediate Release…                                                     SandyRozek February 3, 2016 RSOL PLANNING TO CHALLENGE HR 515 WHICH MANDATES THE ADDITION OF “UNIQUE IDENTIFIERS” TO PASSPORTS OF AMERICAN CITIZENS Albuquerque, N.M.— Reform Sex Offender Laws, Inc. is disappointed that the U.S.House of Representatives ​concurred with HR 515​ as amended by the Senate on February 1​. HR 515 will require, for the first time in…

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