In May of 2021, someone called the Wheatland, California police at 1 a.m. to say he had “just shot somebody dead.” The killer brought a loaded gun and a cell phone jammer to the residence of Ralph Mendez, a person on the sexual offense registry, because of a much, much earlier sexual offense, and killed him. The killer spared Mr. Mendez’s 88-year-old mother.
Police arrived and arrested Rory Banks, and the district attorney charged him with murder in the 1st degree. Police said they believe the murder was motivated by the victim’s doxxed information found on the state registry for sex offenders. Registered citizen live in fear that vigilantes like Mr. Banks will find out where they live and take the law into their own hands.
NARSOL is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization exclusively dedicated to defending the constitutional liberties of registered citizens and their families. NARSOL opposes dehumanizing registries and works to eliminate discrimination, banishment, and vigilantism against persons accused or convicted of sexual offenses through the use of impact litigation, public education, legislative advocacy, and media outreach in order to reintegrate and reconcile affected individuals and restore their constitutional rights.
Wheatland Police Investigating Suspicious Device
foreseeable. second degree murder or manslaughter?
the world bank places all forms of non-consensual expolitation under the umbrella of human trafficking.
ostricized and vulnerable adults enduring the same species of crime for which they were once accused.
there are no morals in government. zip zero zilch. discusting hypocrits. wtf.
less likely to happen without the uncompensated forced labour — nonconsensual exploitation — that is imposed by a duty to register ones current address.