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Fisher to introduce new legislation aimed at Iowa sex offender registry requirements

October 11, 2013

A local man who pleaded guilty to multiple counts of child stealing and enticing a child is not required to register as a sex offender in Iowa....

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yellowroselady

Oct-11-13 4:28 PM

What in the world does "child stealing" mean? Kidnapping? It’s hard to imagine charges being dropped if so. Then, what is "enticing away a minor?" Strange language! And, we are not even into the winter of 2012-2013... The man is on a national registry already. The problem with registering in different states is one of overwhelmed registration office staff and some folks "never" get their name removed in a state where they worked or spent "more than 7 days in a 12-month period per the SMART Office requirement which I'm sure Iowa is chasing the proverbial SORNA carrot dangled in front of them by the Justice Department. Meaning if they don't comply they "will not" receive the 10% Byrne Fund Grant money. According to the NCMEC there are over 751,538 men, women and children required to register across the land. The offenses range from ridiculous to horrendous with the latter being few and far between. Women Against Registry, advocates for th

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