Sound Off for October 20th: Do rules to protect kids on Halloween put sex offender lives at risk?
SAN DIEGO, Calif.– — A registered sex offender in San Diego has filed suit in federal court, challenging the state’s Operation Boo.
The parole board requires registered sex offenders place signs on their doors or windows on Halloween.
The program is designed to protect children as they trick or treat.The group California Reform Sex Offender Laws and that sex offender say the rule violates his First Amendment rights and puts the lives of sex offenders on parole in danger.
That plaintiff also says he is not a pedophile. His victim was an adult.
What do you think? Do programs like Operation Boo put sex offender’s lives at risk?
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