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  1. I am interested in learning more about what you want to do to help registrants find sustainable employment, housing, and support. I too am interested in accomplishing the same thing. To this end, I have developed my own company and Youtube Channel to begin the process of assisting in the development of awareness about sex offenders with facts. If you would like to chat about possibilities, I would be happy to talk with you, or with anyone aligned with said goals.

  2. I haven’t ironed out all of the details yet, but I would like to start out as an employment agency only for felons. In our contract with our employers, we would accept any legal consequences of negligent hiring. With that said, we would still have to maintain a vetting process and deny those that break our rules; however, . I would want to do this as a non-profit so we could kick back monetary incentives for companies to join and ultimately hire our clientele permanently. For housing, since I’m in the process of building a real estate business, I will search for rentals and multi-family units in locations that are accessible to RSOs; outside of range restriction boundaries. For the most part, it will be first come, first serve with some exceptions. Felons with less issues in their history will be looked at more favorably. Also, felons with more time lapsed since the last release date (not conviction) will be looked at more favorably. Over 3 years clean since release is going to be the prime candidate. That doesn’t mean we won’t help the fresh felons, just that they will have to go to the back of the line. As for support, I was thinking that some of the housing I provide could be set up like college housing with four rooms and a common area. Another thing I’d eventually want to set up is legal support for family issues with an attorney on standby. These would be issues such as divorce, child support, visitation rights, etc. I don’t know if the moderators can connect us or not, but I give them permission to release my email to you so we can communicate more.

  3. In 1998, I committed a sexual Offense, when I was a 13 year old child. In 2004, I was arrested, charged as an adult, and Sentenced to 8 years in prison, plus labeled a Sexually Violent predator for my Offense, thus being subject to Lifetime Registration, Counseling, and Community Notification… However the tides turned in Pennsylvania in 2019, in Commonwealth vs Janie’s, 329 Pa Super 2019, holding, that an offender who commits Sexual Offenses as a Juvenile but is Sentenced as an adult is not subject to sexual offender registration. I sought State Habeas Corpus relief in November 2019, and was granted my request in January 2020… I was removed from the registry in February 2020, and now I use my story to help other People in similar situations,I have made this Court decision known and as of today have successfully helped 3 people get removed from that status… At one point I thought my life was over but I beat the odds, everybody else can also, Juvenile, Adult, or Senior Citizens on the registry, your turn is coming, you just need to keep your eyes open for the opportunity…

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