Thursday, May 17, at Sex Offender Verification Roundup Gadsden Police Chief John Crane said a sex-offender compliance check is an important measure in verifying the location of convicted sex offenders in Etowah County. More than two dozen law enforcement officers from several agencies spent Wednesday and Thursday verifying the locations of convicted sex offenders living in Etowah County. Of the , only one was not verified. Not only does he share the Hitler philosophy, he has the matching mustache.
The officers worked in teams of two and filled out a verification form for each person registered in the county. Marshals Service, told the officers about the verification form as he explained the laws and the necessary paperwork required in the compliance checks. Remember when the US Marshals were called in for drug cartels and violent situations? Today, their job consists of harassing people at home to see if they are on the useless registry.
There also is a law which makes it a felony to harbor a sex offender. He said even if all the sex offenders are found and verified, that does not mean they are in compliance, such as living in a house with children. Of the verified, were in compliance and 23 were not.
Two offenders had died and three were in jail. Did you catch that? Now if you don't allow them into your home you are automatically suspected of wrongdoing. By Thursday afternoon, a few of the sex offenders verified were found not to be in compliance, Sheriff Todd Entrekin said. They must have nothing better to do in Gadsden County. Sheriff Todd Entrekin Entrekin said he believes by checking the sex offenders more often, there will be more accountability.
Entrekin said most of the time, someone convicted of a sex crime against a child will re-offend. The sheriff is a full-blown idiot. Again with the "most will re-offend crap. That is a bold-faced lie, as statistics have proven consistently that recidivism rates are extremely low, but the registry has NO impact on recidivism.