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Level 3 sex offender? Put him under a bridge.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Ozarks, Apr 27, 2008.

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  1. Ozarks

    Ozarks Member

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    What's a thinking person gonna do with a level 3 sex offender?

    I think the world is close to the end...
     
  2. Winchester 73

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    I...see...no...guns...

    But would be great over at APS.
     
  4. rallyhound

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    I'm sure what we can do when they won't allow them within 800 feet of anything that could possibly be child related.

    In most metro areas that doesn't leave many options..

    Seems a state operated group home in a rural area with daily bus transport in the cities might be the only possibility.
     
  5. NG VI

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    Like jail?

    IBTL
     
  6. M2 Carbine

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    I know what I'd do with him if he had attacked some one close to me, but that's not really THR is it.:)
     
  7. VARifleman

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    Win 73, just a note, those are about the same issue, but on the other side of the country. Snohomish is in Washington State.

    I can't say I'm particularly surprised to read about this. Although I have to ask why they are out of prison so early...
     
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    Got Rope? :mad:

    or keep it gun related and debate the best caliber for use in a firing squad. :rolleyes:
     
  9. NG VI

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    .32 auto glasers, with plenty of vision and aim challenged shooters.
     
  10. cpttango30

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    The best solution is to put a bullet in their head how hard is that? This was a violent sex offender who by the story
    Why was he even let out of prison? I personaly believe that there is no need to even let them breath my Air. If the police come knocking on my door to tell me I have a violent sex offender moving into my neighborhood I would be getting ready for the STHTF. I would have no problems putting a bullet in his head. I am sorry if that is not high road and he paid his price to society but what about the boy or girl that he scared for life.

    This is a bad subject for me.
     
  11. Ragnar Danneskjold

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    Either someone is rehibilitated and paid their debt or they haven't. Why do they even have this lifetime registry? If they are at risk enough that they need to be tracked for the rest of their lives, why are they not in prison. Again, either the case is closed, debt paid end of story. Or if it's not, leave them in jail.
     
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    Taking him out of the population is clearly the best thing for the community's safety, piece of mind, and finances. Everyone else's life would be better; even his family would benefit by not having to live under his stigma. Sounds like the high road to me.
     
  13. Ozarks

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    Well they are releasing these "people" so they can make more room other people.

    Maybe ones with worse crimes, like marijuana offenses or maybe even gun violations.
     
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    I got the perfect place for him and other like him to live, a 24"x15x70" pine box.
     
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    Gun related?




    Didn't think so.


    BTW, unless directly under that bridge is a river, he shouldn't be staying there.
     
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    Life at the end of a rope.....
     
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