Saturday, March 14, 2015

They Very Lying and Manipulating Bitches of Daily Strength

mtbfan wrote: Ok, so we moved into a place, and the new neighbors had already said hello and welcome when they saw us moving in. They were told by the "landlord" that we are good people, and they would like us. The landlord does not know anything about our situation, but we made a very good impression. My guy is not on the public registry, so nobody would ever know his SO status. However, probation comes by every 4 months or so, and I know they will come by to see the new place. They always show up in pairs, heavy dark black clothing with guns. I am just trying to prepare myself to when they come, and if neighbors might be around. I don't want them to think we are anything to worry about, because we are not, but I know that people will think the worst when they see probation. I don't want to mention anything now since nobody may ever witness the "visits". I was wondering about a "cover up story" since I could explain that probation is good compared to jail, showing that he is no danger to anyone. Has anyone ever dealt with this or has any advice?

mtbfan, wonder what she will do if one of the Neighbors Happens to have access to her husband's criminal record? Then the neighbor spots probation and inquires as to "whats going on" and dumbass mebfan Lies to her or him? Goes to the landlord and well "what a tangled web we weave"?

Needless to say the respondents at DS encourage her to lie also in their subsequent post to her. But contrary to public knowledge, in as much as mtbfan wants to avoid any confrontation by her neighbors as to her husband's status and the answers she will inevitably LIE about anyway, this should go under my forum "How victims are born" .. and why convicted sex offenders should always be listed on a  registry. Little do these idiots KNOW at DS, the amount of AMMO they handed me when their favorite topic of "abolishing the registry comes up" and How they "conspire" to lie to Neighbors/Public about status.


Anonymous said...

Why can't they tell the truth? ?

Valigator said...

This aspect of divulging status comes up often on daily strength.

I think its a natural instinct to want to hide and or "fly below radar" when your loved one(s) are on the most vile list in the world.

That being said, the women who "conspire" to hide status are often the ones who "willingly engage" in these relationships with men who are SO's. They go to great lengths to defend their positions for the relationships and find creative ways to rationalize/minimalize the actions under which conviction originated.

But God Forbid the family of four next door be privy to that crime(s).

This insidious deception leaves pathways open to opportunities of assault. For the majority of these women that I would not have confidence to determine when to take my dog out, to be so adamant that their "soul mate" would not ever offend again is ludicrous.

But what about just being put in a "compromising" position that would allow an accusation to rear its head if a neighbor feels betrayed by not receiving full disclosure of status? I have made no secret that if a third party interjected their registrant into my "world" without disclosing the status of that person, I would hold that "third party" to a higher degree of responsibility than the registrant themselves.

In fact I believe my exact words have always been, "You would never live in peace in this world with me again" if you knowingly exposed my loved ones to a registrant without my knowledge.

Valigator said...

It has been my personal experience that "landlords" can be very deceiving. It has also been my unwelcome experience that "management companies" have a pesky habit of "renting on the warm body theory which can put adjoining residents at risk. To go on the premise that "landlords" will do the right thing is a joke. We got my city to adopt a Landlord Ordinance which holds the property owner liable for renting his or her property to a convicted sex offender if that said property is within the residency restrictions assigned to the registrant in the city. That doesn't do much good if the SO is not encumbered by those restrictions and or the property is outside the said restrictions. Its imperative people check their registry and check it often. In the above case where the registrant is not listed publically, it makes navigating this more difficult. Not listing an offender on a public registry should never be construed with the degree of severity of the crime and or the risk factor of the registrant. Over the many years I have researched this issue, I have found at least three released Predators whose information was not disclosed to the public for the "protection" of the registrant. The crimes they committed were so heinous, LE knew the SVP would be hanged by neighbors from the nearest tree. The more recent Civil Commitment Laws have helped or hurt not sure which, but one can be assured there are far too many truly bad guys being released than in anytime in history.

concerned S.O. said...

just a message with a personal touch

Valigator said...

All I can say is I give you a boatload of credit for having the balls to do on..

concerned S.O. said...

no balls necessary, just the time to actually devote, thats the challenge. i dont get beat

Valigator said...

time being re-released back out in society I assume.