Sex Offender Research and News

  • Federal Cybersecurity Director Found Guilty on Child Porn Charges
    It is amazing that a man with his obvious background knowledge of the Internet actually believed that the Tor network could protect his activities. Clearly he needs serious help with his addiction. 8-30-2014 National: As the acting cybersecurity chief of a federal agency, Timothy DeFoggi should have been well versed in the digital footprints users leave behind online when they visit web sites

  • Wisconsin man ordered to pay restitution to child porn victim in North Dakota
    This is victim one, he has ??? more should they come forward in the future.8-29-2014 Wisconsin, North Dakota: A Wisconsin native living in Fargo, N.D., recently became the first person in that state ordered to pay restitution to a child pornography victim, following a United States Supreme Court decision this year about child porn restitution. Robert Carey Evans, 58, of Waukesha, was ordered

  • Sex Offender Returns To Court
    If "yelling uncouth comments" is a aggravated assault, why are other folks arrested for doing the same conduct? This is just unbelievable nonsense! 8-29-2014 Illinois: A registered sex offender appears in Sangamon County today to answer to new charges. __ pleaded not guilty to being in an area designated for children. Springfield Police say __ was in the petting zoo at the State Fair, which is

  • Mom: My Facebook post got 4-year-old dismissed from school
    Lately we are seeing that "Public Image" is the single most important thing to schools and other businesses; so many articles tied to public image. Tarnish it, on purpose OR inadvertantly, and you will be attacked. 8-29-2014 Florida: CALLAHAN, FL (WJXT/CNN) - A mom said Monday that her 4-year-old was expelled from his preschool for a message she posted on her personal Facebook page. Ashley

  • Minnesota’s predatory offender registry a tool, not protection
    8-28-2014 Minnesota: While they’re helpful tools, Minnesota’s predatory offender registry and notification system can lead to a false sense of protection and safety. “It’s designed only to let law enforcement know where they’re living in the community,” said Donna Dunn, executive director of the Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault. The predatory offender registration law, created in