[internetworkers] Do you want a registered sex offender in your neighborhood?
lymang at gmail.com
Tue Aug 30 15:27:24 EDT 2005
I don't really know how to feel about some of this. I understand
anger at sex offenders and resentment, and fear, etc. but I also don't
know what the answer is. If everyone is allowed to drive out the sex
offenders then where do they go? Do we have an area that sex
offenders live in? That seems insane, but some of these people who are
"not going to tolerate" the sex offenders in their neighborhood don't
have any answers. They seem to say "not in my backyard" but if not in
theirs, where? The next place the sex offender moves the neighbors
will say the same thing. I'm not defending the sex offenders, but I
just don't see any easy answers to the problems brought up in the CH
On 8/30/05, Michael Czeiszperger <michael at czeiszperger.org> wrote:
> This story is mostly interesting in regards to the controversy last
> week where a registered sex offender was "encouraged" by his CH
> neighbors to leave their neighborhood.
> One of the issues with the neighbors was the offender still didn't
> believe he had done anything wrong, while others thought he should
> have been treated with more understanding. And then this story comes
> up the following week:
> Ending a sentence with a preposition is nothing to be ashamed of.
> -- michael at czeiszperger dot org, Chapel Hill, NC
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