What are the legal means you can employ to defend yourself and keep your family and your home safe?
The question, which has a certain urgency, will be the topic of discussion for the online meeting of FEARLESS, which will start at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 13, 2020. The meeting will be conducted online.
If you wish to attend, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with June 13 in the body text, your full name and a physical mailing address that we can verify. When we have verified your information, we will send you the sign-in credentials you will need to attend the meeting. We apologize but this process is necessary for the safety and security of individuals who attend FEARLESS.
You do have legal options for effective self-defense. We will review some of those options for you. In addition, we will update you on the progress of our fundraising foundation.
FEARLESS also meets on Monday, June 15, 2020 starting at 7 p.m. That meeting also will be online. If you wish to attend, send an email to email@example.com with June 15 in the body text, your full name and a physical mailing address that we can verify. When we have verified your information, we will send you the sign-in credentials you will need to attend the meeting.
Lincoln’s FEARLESS group meets on Thursday, June 11, 2020.
Nebraska’s fear-mongering public-shaming sex offense website fails in ways almost too numerous to count. But we have categorized some of them. This blog will publish periodic reminders of those failures. Here is today’s reminder:
The Nebraska Sex Offender Registry website includes people who are not dangerous as well as people who are innocent of what they were accused of doing. These are individuals who accepted plea agreements rather than deal with our society’s “guilty until proven innocent” attitude toward sexual offenses. These plea agreements were in place before the law was changed in 2009, and these people were not on the public-shaming registry. By listing them on the Nebraska Sex Offender Registry website, the state violated their plea agreements.