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What are your opinions on Megan’s Law and displaying a convicted sex offender’s address online? 

click to enlarge Juan Jazo

Juan Jazo


“I think it’s necessary for a community’s peace of mind.”

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Scott Jackson

employee at Boba Stop

“It’s good to be aware, but it’s also shitty to hold someone to their past, unless it’s a repeated offense. Anyone who doesn’t know the true story will be forever labeled.”

click to enlarge Greg Strickland

Greg Strickland


“It’s good. It helps to prevent future victims.”

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Brent Sarkison

owner of Online Virus Repair

“You lose your privacy privileges once you break the law. The rest of us are all walking around, working, and living our lives and still have our privacy rights because we didn’t commit a sex crime.”


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