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Sex Offenders Sue Police After "No Trick-or-Treat" Signs Placed on Lawns

Police claim the move is meant to keep children safe on Halloween, but the group of pedophiles say it violates their rights to privacy and free speech.

A group of sex offenders in the U.S. state of Georgia are suing a sheriff’s department after local authorities placed “No Trick-Or-Treat At This Address!!” signs on the front lawns of their homes.

While Butts County Sheriff Gary Long claims that the move is meant to keep children safe on Halloween, the pedophiles claim that the move was unjust and violates their rights to privacy and free speech.

On September 24, attorney Mark Yurachek filed a complaint on behalf of plaintiffs Christopher Reed, Reginald Holden, and Corey McClendon, all of whom served prison time for sexual offenses against children. The court filing accuses the sheriff’s office of putting up warning signs on the front lawns of over 200 registered sex offenders in the county last October.

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Political Forum
October 29, 2019

Does anyone get the feeling that Americans will be wearing Mao suits and giving Nazi salutes soon?

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October 31, 2019

Only if they are willing to do so,in that case who really cares.!!!

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