Sex Offender laws used on non sex offenders

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    Not to worry though, it helps law enforcement, even if it ruins people's lives.

     
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    This is the problem with mandatory sentencing in all of its forms.
     
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    " Instead, the court held, even people accused of non-sex crimes can be forced to register, because it could assist law enforcement."

    These kinds of people will find any excuse to hand out draconian sentences, even if it means ignoring the law. I wonder if they get off on being this cruel ... and insane.

    They keep doing this the sex offender registries will become meaningless (though that already started when they threw on teens who took naked pictures of themselves).
     
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    So many of us could have called this (and did) when the sex offender laws started.
     

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