Cast Your Vote:
- That's fine -- Votes: 43
- No way! -- Votes: 13
- Depends on the situation -- Votes: 16
<blockquote><b>Quoting * Sara *:</b>" How am I to know he is the one who had sex with his girlfriend versus the guy who raped a one year old? I don't want sex offenders around me or my family at all."</blockquote>
Because it's been said several times, 4th degree sexual assault is when one is under 13 and the other is older by no more than three years. Herpderp.
Well just out of coincidence I happened to be reading about the laws regarding breastfeeding on another thread and couple of the girls said in their state they can't breast feed in public as it is classed as indecent exposure and they have to be put on the sex offenders register then I see someone can be put on the register for pissin in the street I mean WTF?
Quoting Freckleface Pineapple:" Well, he needs to work.... better a gas station than a daycare or school, don't you think?"
The gas prices have already been assulted.
<blockquote><b>Quoting * Sara *:</b>" I was speaking in general, sweets. Not about this specific person."</blockquote>
Seems a little odd that you said "he" in response to someone who was talking about THIS case then, eh?
Quoting ~Ice Princess~:" <blockquote><b>Quoting K. P. Walsh:</b>" I can understand being uncomfortable with ... [snip!] ... Other than that, keep your distance.."</blockquote> Of course it's her business. He's a threat to society."
I'm not saying he isn't. I'm not saying it's right that he's not locked up for the rest of his life for doing anything indecent with a child. It's disgusting. I don't believe any child molester is even capable of being "rehabilitated". To me, that's a joke. You can't fix those monsters. Yes, I believe they are the scum of society.
However, legally, he's allowed to work there if he's not in violation of any sex offender laws. From a legal standpoint, she can't necessarily demand to know specifics of the crime, only what's a matter of public record. He doesn't have to disclose any other information other than what's legally necessary. So, no, technically, it isn't her business. She knows he's a sex offender, and he's required to tell his employer, but he's not required to explain himself to anyone but his employer.... I'm not saying it's right.. but that's usually the way it is. Under the eyes of the law, as long as he's abiding by the legal guidelines, he's not doing anything wrong.
<blockquote><b>Quoting * Sara *:</b>" Oh, I am so sorry you are butt hurt over using he. I will change it to any type of sex offender."</blockquote>
And again, we're not talking about ANY offender, we're talking about THIS one :lol:
I really don't it's something to be concerned about. You don't know the whole story. And even if he turns out to be a vile person, now you have a bit of his history so you know to be cautious around him.