More state barriers for sexual perverts: Children and Corpses
1) Georgia bans homeless sex offenders from homeless shelters, then arrest them for failing to provide a home address
This case is currently being heard by Georgia's Supreme Court, but it goes to show you the dead-end situations pedophilic sex offenders consistently face. Even if the sex offenders win this case, do you consider it a win to be living in a homeless shelter for the rest of your life because you tried to molest that 12 year old child?
A strict new Georgia law is designed to keep sex offenders away from children by monitoring how close they live to schools, parks and other spots where kids gather — and threatens them with strict penalties if they fail to register.
But what about the offenders who don't have an address?
Georgia's Supreme Court on Monday considered whether the law unfairly subjects homeless offenders to a life sentence if they fail register a home address.
The case involves William James Santos, a homeless man and convicted sex offender who was kicked out of a Gainesville homeless shelter in July 2006 and was arrested three months later on charges he failed to register with Georgia's sex offender list.
His lawyers say the law creates a guessing game for Santos and other homeless offenders because it bars them from giving a post office box or simply saying they are homeless.
2) Wisconsin law bans sex with dead bodies
Remember our trio of sexually frustrated Sailer-type white males who had sex with the corpse of a dead woman? The Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld a law criminalizing having sex with corpses. The three perverts, Nicholas and Alexander Grunke and Dustin Radke (all age 22), each face up to 10 years in prison.
Even if they get out of prison by age 32 or earlier, they will have a felony record for the rest of their lives. What are they going to tell an employer about their felony record? Oh, I had sex with a dead corpse because they are so sexy.
You see the dead end situations you face when you become more like them?