14 Sex Offenders Live Near Sandel Elementary

Convicted sex offenders must register with the state every time they move.

Fourteen sex offenders live within one mile of Sandel Elementary School. Click on the photos to see the year and conviction. 

For more, see the South Carolina Sex Offender Registry.

Rudy101 November 17, 2012 at 10:35 PM
Is that what I did, Jessie! I suggest you call the police. You don't care whether what you do IS raping children, do you? In fact, even in that link the number you gave about 88% is a Candadian study that has NO CREDIBILITY. Of course there is nothing wrong with publishing how many and who live near schools. Whether the outcome is RAPING OF CHILDREN, you don't care. You know, Jessie, I laugh at the registry! I ignore the registry and NOTHING you can do about it. But I will tell you this, as long as they give YOU registry information (a person who isn't able to rationally comprehend the information provided) that registry, as a matter of law, does not have to be followed. See, I don't have to listen to laws whose only outcome is the entertainment of giving shame. Do you think I admitted to something? Or is your judgement too clouded and biased to understand YOU make the community more dangerous.
Rudy101 November 17, 2012 at 10:41 PM
See, Jessie, you make the same mistake everyone makes. You won't listen to me, and think it is about me. That is why I beat your registry. You think the "I"'s were dotted and the "T"'s crossed? That way you believe you can do whatever you want with registry information. I have news for you, I am anonymous (ask the police) and I will stay that way. Why? Because YOU and EVERYONE don't get that the right to create a police State out of legislative fiat doesn't exist.
Rudy101 November 17, 2012 at 10:50 PM
And harassment, Jessie? You can look it up on all the comments I have posted and on most of the stories, people are not shy about death threats. Does Patch promote violence? HMMMM. Don't talk to me about harassment. You don't know what you are talking about.
Rudy101 November 17, 2012 at 11:15 PM
https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/231989.pdf Here they talk about how the registry does NOTHING and how it fails victims. http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2011-08/uocp-sqe083011.php with a little more evidence that what you are doing helps to rape children. http://sentencing.typepad.com/sentencing_law_and_policy/2009/02/study-on-sex-offender-registration-in-new-jersey-suggests-its-ineffectiveness.html here is one where the guys who invented the registry can't find any effectiveness. http://psychnews.psychiatryonline.org/newsArticle.aspx?articleid=1391680 here is one from yesterday. You KNOW the effect that I described above was accurate about the outcome of your little public notification on offenders. You don't like that fact that that effect contributes to the raping of children. TOO BAD!
Rudy101 November 17, 2012 at 11:28 PM
I have to leave another comment, because without the solution, well, my whole diatribe doesn't have completeness, and you people may be thinking your registry is the only solution available. That is not true at all. I don't have all the answers. Those are left to people smarter than I. However, in a system of 3 branches of government each branch is tasked with different responsibilities. No legislature can punish a person. No court can arrest a person. No policeman can give permission to search. ....AND NO LEGISLATURE CAN DETERMINE A PERSON DANGEROUS outside of a sentence passed by a court of law. If a person is considered dangerous, (as Jessie believes I am) then the State MUST take me to a COURT where I will hear the EVIDENCE and one of the parties MUST be charged with satisfying a standard of proof. Which party and what standard, what is allowed in as evidence and what isn't, how often there is review, and what restrictions might be needed are all things left to people who are charged with making those decisions. The demand IS: A DUE PROCESS HEARING under fair standards. A person is deemed not dangerous by a COURT, your registry can't be enforced. Kinda funny, beacuse if you don't do it, your registry can't be enforced either. You are in a pickle, so, to protect the community go with a system that everyone recognizes as credible and lawful.


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