Thursday, April 11, 2013

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1 comment:

  1. When one takes a real close look at those who are currently labeled sex offender. One must consider who they were before becoming sex offenders? Has anyone considered putting together a comprehensive analysis of the numbers? If you type in the search term "Police Officers arrested for sexual assault" Goggle's database will produce hundreds of thousands of data bits. So the question begs of the 760,000 sex offenders how many are former law enforcement, teachers, Lawyers, doctors. I think that when the public gets a better view of who sex offenders are then perhaps the attitudes can change. Not pointing fingers here just saying, Let's look at the numbers.


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