Confronting the Lie II: Working Around a Law That Seems Designed to Make You Fail

Because local TV personalities cannot get beyond their own limitations, Nebraskans Unafraid presents Confronting the Lie – Part II. If someone you know cites something they saw on local TV about former sex offenders, refer them to this series of videos.

In this segment, nationally recognized expert on sex offending and the law Lisa Sample, Ph.D., discusses research she is conducting that shows even some of the worst sex offenders are capable of reforming and redeeming their lives. She has found that the law is not much help and that offenders succeed despite laws based on ignorance and lies.

Tomorrow: Confronting the Lie – Part Three. What would it be like to have laws written solely to provide for public safety?

One thought on “Confronting the Lie II: Working Around a Law That Seems Designed to Make You Fail

  1. If the law makers had their pictures on the internet with a list of all the things wrong they have done + their addresses, car plates, what do you think they would say and do. I know first hand. My family and everyone I like and love is also in danger of those vigilantes out there that just want an excuse to attack or kill other human being. These ex offenders did their time. took classes, got mental help, and now are able to join our society . Give them and their families this right they have earned. We don't do the Murders, drug dealers this way an d they hurt our kids too. If the offenders repeats his crime again (which 99% will not do!) Send them away for a longer time (at least 25 years NO EARLY OUT PERIOD!!!!! How can they change if YOU won't let them with your unfair laws.

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