Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Not good news.

Well its 2014 people, and its worse than we thought. Recidivism rates are still skewed depending on the criteria used in the study, But seem to be creeping up to some very disturbing rates. We are still unanimous that these crimes are grossly under-reported and more children than ever are being used for a sexual buffet.. Treatment is still in the stone age and have so many variables that we still havent found one other than "containment" that works for any long term gain. "Opportunity" is still the buzz word and catalyst for assault, but we still have voodoo doctors telling us "reintegration" back into society is helpful when the true stats are telling us those who have stable homes, support and roofs over their heads are "repeating" their crimes and outpacing those who live under a bridge. Seems we have expanded our definition of pedophiles to include more "situational" offenders than ever. Also it seems 68% of those "non-contact child porn addicts" arent so non-contact after all. They have a live child victim under their belt and depending on the AMOUNT of Child porn they injest is directly proportionate to HOW many LIVE victims they have. Seems the "women" who choose to defend and stay with these offenders have some very disturbing backgrounds as well and contrary to their self appointed "martyr status" without all inclusive VERY EXPENSIVE, LONG TERM "Family counseling"(which most families can not afford) the offender has a poorer prognosis of success with these women and are considered still at a very high risk of relapsing with the "golden hour" being between the 5th and 7th year after their release. The icing on the cake? Sex offenders seem to be the only classificattion of criminal who poses a higher risk of re-offending the longer out from their original conviction. "Doesnt that just make your Day"??

Monday, February 24, 2014

More (characteristics) and its scarey.

It is very apparent from this and other studies that index offense and prior sexual offenses are very poor indicators of the diversity and extent of actual deviant sexual behavior (Weinrott & Saylor, 1991). This is an understood truism for the category of extrafamilial child molester, as it is almost assumed that these offenders have additional victims. However, for incestuous offenders some people in corrections/offender management find this same result surprising or unlikely. Indeed, more than half of our sample with an incestuous index offense admitted to also having non-incestuous victims. Being an incest offender makes one much more likely to be assessed as low-risk to recidivate based on the existing actuarial risk assessment instruments. In some regions (e.g., Canada), the case management decisions following from this are based on the premise that risk and treatment needs are directly related. That is, that an incest offender who is deemed “low risk” is also deemed “low needs” in terms of treatment. Unfortunately, an offender’s need or suitability for treatment is hardly related to their status as an intra or extrafamilial offender. Indeed, it could be argued that an incest offender who maintains a relationship with his family would be in greater need for comprehensive treatment so as to perpetuate the least amount of future harm to an already flawed family system.

Characteristics of Sexual Offenders

Characteristics of sex offenders *Adult child abusers have 10 times more victims than offenders who rape adults. *Child abusers have an average of 76 victims; a rapist has an average of seven. In any gathering of 100 women, 4-5 have been sexually abused by a father figure. *A child molester appears to engage in sexual activity that is driven by anger and hostility. To the child molester, the victim is more an object or a symbol to the offender rather than a person. Rather than committing repeated assaults against the same victim, the child molester attacks “different victims in successive offenses”. *Approximately 50% of adult sex offenders report their sexually deviant behavior began in adolescence. *Mothers of adolescent incest perpetrators were significantly more likely to have been sexually victimized as children than were other mothers. *Adolescent offenders seem to show all of the same variations of sexually abusive behaviors, as do older offenders.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

2 Slidell men in custody for separate sex crimes involving 13-ye - FOX 8 WVUE New Orleans News, Weather, Sports

2 Slidell men in custody for separate sex crimes involving 13-ye - FOX 8 WVUE New Orleans News, Weather, Sports

Two Slidell men are in custody for multiple sex crimes, and both cases involved 13-year-old victims.

Slidell police say sexual predators are more and more often using social media to track their victims. What?ou freaks have coupons for offending in the month of Feb.???

HSI arrests San Sebastian musician for transporting a minor to local motels

HSI arrests San Sebastian musician for transporting a minor to local motels



seems the cockroaches sexual deviants) have been busy this week and this is just ICE's website.

Canadian man sentenced to 4 years in federal prison for traveling to Montana to have sex with a child

Canadian man sentenced to 4 years in federal prison for traveling to Montana to have sex with a child

Arkansas university professor indicted on child pornography charges

Arkansas university professor indicted on child pornography charges

Feds seek possible child victims of indicted sex offender

Feds seek possible child victims of indicted sex offender

Federal grand jury indicts west Texas man for producing child pornography

Federal grand jury indicts west Texas man for producing child pornography

Child Exploitation/Operation Predator

Child Exploitation/Operation Predator



Typical like cockroaches seeking the darkness

Police seek man on arrest warrant

Police seek man on arrest warrant

typical

Registered sex offender arrested for rape of 13-year-old girl - Daily Journal

Registered sex offender arrested for rape of 13-year-old girl - Daily Journal



 A registered sex offender "released from prison " a month ago is back behind bars accused of raping a 13-year-old girl. Typical

Friday, February 14, 2014

Notoriety isnt a bad thing!!

Seems the usual cast of cartoon characters (sex offenders) are on a warpath and liken themselves to Patriots (fighting the good fight). They are absolutely "giddy" with delight that I made the "idiotregistry" list originated by Dennis Sobin. (Dennis Sobin, the former pornographer and registered sex offender whom Washington City Paper dubbed D.C.'s oldest living smut kingpin in a 2010 profile, has started a database to register people who register, or promote the registration of, sex offenders.) Mr. Sobin Has opened the door for a truthful and a much needed debate on the registry, which is long overdue. I have long advocated that for those whose convictions mirror the criteria for consentual "Romeo" crimes should be immediately removed from the registry. Every state has protocol in place now for going forward with prosecution of these circumstances (I wont call them crimes) and States have indeed acknowledged the "Overkill" of placing those involved in these particular instances on a registry is damaging to the futures of those "FEW" who get embroiled. That being said, the public Must understand that the majority of registrants whose convictions in no way come remotely close to a "Romeo" definition and "do not want" the Romeos removed. These Registrants "hide" behind the Romeos in an attempt to Mirror and confuse the public when confronted about their own status as a registrant, while "banking" the general public won't inquire or research any one particular offender's court records. The push for registry abolishment is in full gear with Mr. Sobin's recent court ruling allowing his "idiotregistry" under the guise of "1st ammendment" freedoms. It is my hope the "Judicial and Correctional failures" will be brought into clarity for the general public. Once this is accomplished the public will "indeed" become more aware of (1) the dire need for the registry and (2) the blaring danger Registrants do pose to the public and (3) the need for harsher repercussions for those who commit these heinous crimes. I have to thank Mr. Sobin in many ways for allowing me a wider platform to express my opinions on this issue. Yesterday, a German Television Production company did an extensive interview and many other media outlets are interested as well.I have always maintained sex offenders are not the "brighest bulbs in the box" and they are always attempting to diminish my opinions and views on this subject matter. It appears, they have accomplished the exact opposite.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Justice For Jimmy: A Look Back At The Chavez Trial « CBS Miami

Justice For Jimmy: A Look Back At The Chavez Trial « CBS Miami



Today this animal "goes into hell" it will be a day of celebration that "justice" has been delivered. May his soul rot in Hell and his name be forgotten by mankind.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Encountering Child Sex Predators On The Internet - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com |

Encountering Child Sex Predators On The Internet - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com |



The bureau's figures show 40,000 chat rooms that are frequented by sexual predators, and your child has a 100 percent chance of encountering one in those chat rooms.

Convicted sex offender accused of luring, sexually assaulting teenage girl | CP24.com

Convicted sex offender accused of luring, sexually assaulting teenage girl | CP24.com

Freaks Never learn

Sex offender charged after being found living with woman, child

Sex offender charged after being found living with woman, child

another "mother of the Year" ..Must belong to W.A.R

Brantford police arrest convicted sex offender James Alfred Cooper

Brantford police arrest convicted sex offender James Alfred Cooper

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Tightening the Noose.

Increasing Protections Against Sex Offenders Senate Bill 522 by Senator Grimsley requires sheriffs to refer prisoners who are serving sentences in a county detention facility for civil commitment proceedings if those prisoners are registered sexual offenders or sexual predators and have previously committed a sexually violent offense. The legislation also adds a state attorney, law enforcement officer and victim’s advocate as advisory members to the multidisciplinary team that currently evaluates offenders who are considered for civil confinement. Additionally, the bill expands requirements for DCF release notifications to include the sheriff of the county in which the person intends to reside. Senate Bill 524 by Senator Sobel requires a person be defined as a sexually violent predator and be subject to civil confinement after a finding by two or more members of a multidisciplinary team, and requires higher education institutions to tell students about a sexual predator’s presence on campus. Senate Bill 526 by Senator Bradley increases the length of sentences for certain adult-on-minor sexual offenses and also prohibits incentive gain-time for offenders convicted of certain sexual offenses. The legislation suspends (tolls) post-release supervision of offenders while in Department of Children and Families (DCF) custody as part of the civil commitment process and requires the court to order community supervision (split sentences) after release from prison for certain sexual offenses. Senate Bill 528 by Senator Evers requires registrants to report vehicle information, Internet identifiers, palm prints, passports, professional licenses, immigration status, volunteer work at a higher education institution, and other information. The legislation further strengthens current law by requiring registrants to provide information on vehicles they own and on vehicles they operate that are owned by any person who resides with the registrant. Senate Bill 528 was amended during today’s Judiciary Committee meeting to increase protections against sexual offenders who may seek to avoid registration requirements by obtaining a legal name change. Current law requires a criminal background check for petitioners seeking a name change. Today’s amendment strengthens current protections by requiring the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) to notify the County Clerk of the Court if a petitioner for a name change is required, or has ever been required, to register as a sexual offender. Subsequently, the County Clerk of the Court is required to notify FDLE within two days of the finalized name change. FDLE will then communicate with the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to ensure the appropriate registration requirements have been satisfied with regard to the petitioners new driver’s license or state issued identification card.