Should Sex Offenders Have Rights Too?

The California Supreme Court recently ruled that the residency restrictions against sex offenders go against their constitutional rights.

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“Blanket enforcement of the residency restrictions against these parolees has severely restricted the incidence of homelessness among them, and hindered their access to medical treatment, drug and alcohol dependency services, psychological counseling and other rehabilitative social services available to all parolees,” wrote Justice Marvin R. Baxter, on behalf of the court.

I’m sorry, but whenever these sexual predators decided to act in an inappropriate manner, they gave up any kind of privacy or “constitutional rights” they had. Whenever child molesters violated a young child, they sealed their fate. Whenever a rapist decided his needs were more important than his victims, he lost any ounce of “rights” he once had.

If any sort of medical treatment is being withheld from sex offenders because it takes place at a school or park, then the simple answer would be to move the location to a place that is all inclusive. That would open up these services to everyone without placing our children at risk.

I’ve come to feel very strong about the topic of sexual assault. One of my very first protests was when I was 13. My dad and I stood across the street from a high-risk sex offender who was placed in a halfway house just up the road from an elementary school. Members of the community were outraged – and rightfully so – because this man had committed heinous acts with young children. For weeks, John and Ken from KFI AM640 held live remotes in the dirt with protestors. And there I was, along side them.

I have had numerous friends and family members who have been sexually assaulted and their number one wish is always the same: they want to try and keep the same thing from happening to someone else. They want to become advocates for others before those other people become victims.

Allowing these sex offenders to be placed near schools and parks where young children gather is like dangling a live worm in front of a fish. At some point, the fish is going to bite.


  1. Michael McDermott says

    The Media Coverup & Bias in ‘reporting’ about sex offenders can be seen in the way the ‘Digital First Media’ (the old Singleton propaganda empire, including AP, MediaNews, Trying Times…) Heavily Censors stories that involve their own partisan political sacred cows – and gore others who they want to discredit politically mercilessly.

    Not Once has either Larry Brinkin (Frisco ‘In-Humn-Right’s’ Commission Icon & Pal of Senator Mark “Kiddie Porn King” Leno, who got a light Felony plea deal for his part in a racist toddler rape ring) OR Terry Bean of HRC been mentioned….

    Although the same system will report on Catholic Priests a continent away even suspected of wrongdoing, they avoid all discussion of Local Icons across the bay and Racist Toddler Rape Rings run for fun by the Sodom by the Sea society.


    Yet another high profile “gay” activist has been arrested for homosexual assault on a child.
    This time authorities caught one of the big fish (a rainbow trout?). Terrance Patrick Bean founded the “Human Rights Campaign” (HRC), which is one of the world’s largest, wealthiest and most powerful anti-Christian organizations. To this day he remains on the board of directors.
    HRC was developed for the sole purpose of pushing the extremist homosexual political agenda. Bean is also a major player for the DNC and a big Obama supporter.

    – Just two years ago 68 year old Larry Brinkin, another high profile and similarly respected (at least among Democrats) homosexual activist, was arrested in San Francisco for possessing and distributing reams of child pornography.
    CNS News Reported at the time:
    Police said that Brinkin, a former city employee, apparently had photos of children, as young as 1- or 2-years-old, performing sexual acts and being sodomized by adult men…

    Concerning Brinkin, Theresa Sparks, director of the Human Rights Commission, told the Huffington Post,
    “He’s always been one of my heroes, and he’s the epitome of human rights activist,” she said. “This is [the] man who coined phrases we use in our daily language.
    I support Larry 100 percent…”

    Brinkin later plead guilty to the charges.
    SEE San Francisco’s Gay Icon Larry Brinkin Guilty of Felony Child Porn Possession:

    Yep – These monsters are “heroes” to the HRC and the larger “gay” activist community.

  2. I’m all broke up about sex offenders rights, what about the victims rights, or the publics rights to be protected against these idiots….. According to CDC child molestors have a 97% chance of committing these crimes again…. If you want them to live within society, cut off their plumbing…………… If they did anything to my child, its not likely they will make court………….

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