A Recap of Sex Crimes Committed by Registered Citizens on Halloween

Now realizing that there has not been a registered citizen involved in grabbing a child  for sexual purposes on Halloween while trick-or-treating in over 35 years.  There was only one child that was grabbed/kidnapped/abducted by a person for sexual purposes, in that time period, while trick-or-treating and that person was not on the registry,  One child in 35 years!

Well, while law enforcement were patrolling the homes of the supposedly dangerous registered sex offender and arresting them for having their lights on, as well as harassing their family members. this does not include the registered citizens who were falsely incarcerating by law enforcement over Halloween.  Note those registered citizens were not on parole or probation in some states. All the while law enforcement was diverting  their manpower from other more important things. So this is what was happening under their noses to children in the United States.

Two children and one adult were killed and multiple others suffered “life-threatening” injuries when a truck plowed
into a Halloween hayride in rural Mississippi, authorities told NBC News

Mother, twin daughters, hurt in alleged drunken driver crash

A 14-year-old boy is expected to be okay after being struck by a work van while trick-or-treating in Long Branch Monday Night

Toddler struck, killed by vehicle outside S. Austin


UC Santa Cruz student hit by car after Halloween party

Girl, mother seriously injured in crash while trick-or-treating for Halloween

Officers from the Elk Grove Police Department reported that an 8-year-old child, for unknown reasons, ran into the street after departing from an event at the church.

Garden Grove Police Vehicle Accidentally Strikes Bicyclist On Halloween

Syringe Found in Child’s Candy Ruins Halloween:

Halloween trick-or-treater dies after being hit by car,

10-year old pedestrian struck on Halloween in Rutherford

Child killed, teen injured in Halloween accident in Huntsville

Car hit 13-year-old in Anderson Township Halloween night

Three trick-or-treaters struck by vehicle in North York

No points for law enforcement looking like they’re doing something, but in actuality failing to protect the citizens and the children from real dangers. The people who pushed these types of restrictions and laws that wasted valuable law enforcement resources should be really proud of themselves as they visit the hospitals in graveyards.

6 comments for “A Recap of Sex Crimes Committed by Registered Citizens on Halloween

  1. November 13, 2016 at 6:21 pm

    Could you find any kids molested during election day as a result of allowing registered citizens to vote in person where the polling booths were at schools?

  2. Fair&Balanced
    November 14, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    I don’t know about anyone else, but I came to realize 10 years ago that all SO laws and their off shout policies like the Halloween scare is part of a bigger scam/scheme going down. The reason I surmise this based on a few peripheral dynamics: 1) No judge (STATE OR FEDERAL) worth his salt can and of good conscious can sit back and with a straight face say that SO laws are not PUNISHMENT and actually believe that. Understand what I am saying? Judges have to know that these laws violate several US Constitutional provisions, namely: Ex Post Facto when applied to anyone AFTER their conviction/sentence, Due Process, both Substantive and Procedural, when not given notice of adverse actions against you and the opportunity to be heard in a court of law and to confront your accuser, mainly the state, and Equal Protection of the Law in that you are singled out for state sponsored derision, persecution, banishment, disenfranchisement, stigmatization/Scarlet Lettering. I am no were near being a trained jurist but I have sense enough to know when something is not right. And judges have to know also that something is not right with these laws. But yet the vast majority of US federal judges are going along with this and I believe they know these laws are wrong but go along anyway—WHY? Can’t be for money. Are they afraid of something? Sure, you’ve had a few federal judges to man-up and rule that these laws are unconstitutional, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in MI being the most current, but you still have the majority of federal Circuit Courts still holding on using the “Not Punishment” justification—WHY? And it is this WHY that leads me to suspect that something more sinister is going on. Another point is the fact that proponents of SO laws, to my knowledge, cannot put forth any empirical evidence to support their “High Recidivism” among the SO population claim. And to be fair and balanced, I say, “to my knowledge” because I have not seen any and I look everywhere for it and if there is any such research data I beg proponents to come forth with it a national journal of some type—PLEASE! Everyone please, consider this opinion that something sinister—and I don’t know what just yet—is going on behind the scenes with SO laws and try to flesh it out.

    • Q
      November 26, 2016 at 11:28 pm

      HI Fair&Balanced
      I know it’s a bit after Halloween, bit I’m in total agreement with you. I believe the SO thing is a small part of an overall larger plan. Kind an offshoot of the divide and conquer strategy our government uses to keep citizens in fear and divert attention from their misdeeds; also to use the tried and true strategy of getting citizens to sacrifice rights in favor of protection, which is an illusion. If you think about it you will realize that everyone in government from the chimpanzee president to the lowliest city cop have ALL failed to uphold the oath they took to uphold and protect the constitution and bill of rights. I believe there is much, much more about the SO farce that we aren’t privy too. If you want to see just how criminally corrupt our government is watch this video. It’s a long one, but very informative.


  3. mike r
    November 15, 2016 at 8:10 pm

    hey will or robert can one of you or both write an extensive atricle on the cruel and unusual punishment argument??? I would love to see it and use the info when I create my motion…Thank you………..

  4. mike r
    November 16, 2016 at 2:25 pm

    my god cruel and unusual punishment claim is going to be one of the hardest arguments to make since the courts have rejected 99.9% of all arguments according to a very long and in depth article on the subject that I am reading….

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