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  • Kalysta
    +4

    I think one answer to this would be to form a sex offender review board tasked with approving everyone added to the list and tasked with reviewing everyone on it every 5 years or so to ensure its still appropriate for them to be on. We also need to tighten laws about who goes on the list. It does not help anyone, convicted or the public, to have statutory rapists and public urinators on the same list as unrepetant pedophiles and serial rapists. I also believe that any statutory rape conviction should be immediately reviewed by a team of judges from different states, since his personal beliefs about sex can so highly influence a judge's decision in these cases. Your life shouldn't be forever ruined by the vindictive parents of a teenager who gave enthusiastic consent.