Category: In The News

Registry Lawsuit Movement Now In Tennessee

Like the lawsuit recently filed and won in Michigan, Tennessee now faces a lawsuit regarding retoactive enforcement of the sex-offender registry. Tuesday a case was filed in U.S. District Court in Nashville arguing that TN’s registration laws are illegally applied…

A Registry For Everyone and Everything

A recent Associated Press piece headlined with “More states are adopting registries intended to track former convicts”. The article mentions that when a University of Toledo student went missing last summer, her friends checked out the state’s sex offender list…

Should The FBI Be Paying Restitution?

In 2014 the FBI located an underground CP website known as The Playpen.  This was a website which was operating on what is know as “the dark web”, an encrypted network using hidden servers to block IP addresses. The FBI…

Pokemon Go “Away”

I am tired of hearing about Pokemon Go! At this point, I wish it would just Go Away! Mostly I am tired of reading about under-educated and over-crazed parents who are worried that the Pokemon Go craze will lead their…

PBS’s Pervert Park a Disappointment

PBS’s Pervert Park , a documentary by Swedish filmmakers Frida and Lasse Barkfors, aired last night. I was so hoping that the show would help “light a fire for change”, but instead I found it to be rather disappointing and…

Jared Fogle Sentence Affirmed

http://www.people.com/article/ex-subway-pitchman-fogles-appeal-of-prison-term-rejected On June 9th, the Seventh Circuit Court denied former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle’s appeal for a decrease in his 15 year 8 month sentence on child pornography charges. Fogel’s appeal was based on what he alleged were procedural and…

Jarod Fogle asks for Sentence Reduction

Several months ago, former Subway pitchman, Jarod Fogle, was sentenced to 15 years 8 months in prison  for child pornography and sex with underage children. This past week, he and his attorneys have sought an appeal through the Seventh Circuit…