He was waiting for a sweet little girl walking home from school alone.
At the top it read, “Boys and Girls, color the page, memorize the rules.’ At the bottom it read, ‘For your protection, remember to turn down gifts from strangers, and refuse rides offered by strangers.’ The poster clearly contrasts the evil of the offender with the goodness of the child victim.
Those ‘reasonable’ consequences that Nazis should create for Jews foreshadows the more sinister ones of putting them all in ghettoes, then transporting them to concentration camps, and finally enacting the 'final solution' of attempting mass genocide of the entire Jewish population].”In America, sex offenders have fallen under the same stereotyping over the years.
During this time the FBI distributed a poster epitomizing this attitude.It showed a man, with his hat pulled down, lurking behind a tree with a bag of candy in his hands.Gallagher sentences the man to electronic home monitoring, 24 months of a specialized probation for sex offenders and ordered him to re-enroll in a counseling program that he participated in following his original arrest.He was also ordered to undergo a new psychiatric evaluation, despite evaluations showing the registrant has no attraction to boys.Streicher sought to create a perception of Jews as a sub-human race that was a threat to the national state of Germany.
The idea was for this total indoctrination of these beliefs in the minds of the young and the old to such an extent that they came to have a conviction about the inferiority of Jews and the need to eliminate the threat they posed to the purity and superiority of the Aryan race.
This particular article covers instances of sex offenders degraded by laws and some of the rationale behind this alarming trend.
In the 2006 book “Failure to Protect,” author Eric S.
Janus warns the current wave of sex offender laws resurrect the notion of the “degraded other,” reversing the anti-discrimination trend from the civil rights era.
The concept of “risk” is used as justification for placing sex offenders in a “reduced rights zone .” The fact is registered persons are the modern day lepers, but only recently have the courts been bold enough to admit in recent years that sex offenders are officially a “degraded class.”In an appeal of a lawsuit filed against Ohio in 2008, Ohio’s 1st Appellate Court judge Sylvia Hendon boldly stated in her opinion that sex offenders are a degraded class:“By their voluntary acts, sex offenders have surrendered certain protections that arguably are afforded to other citizens.
In a survey of both registered citizens and the general public, both groups greatly overestimated stranger danger, risk of recidivism, and ineffectiveness of treatment.