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Monday, September 4, 2006

pre-crime registry from the ohio thought police

don’t get accused of sexual misconduct in ohio, or it will go on your permanent record.

Plan gains to publicly identify accused [ toledo blade, 2006.08.29]

An Ohio legislative panel yesterday rubber-stamped an unprecedented process that would allow sex offenders to be publicly identified and tracked even if they’ve never been charged with a crime.

No one in attendance voiced opposition to rules submitted by Attorney General Jim Petro’s office to the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review, consisting of members of the Ohio House and Senate.

there used to be a thing in this country called due process. i’m not sure when it got lost, but if you find it, please send it to me.

posted by roj at 3:17 pm