In off all places, Louisiana, Home of the bare breast, casual sex and Mardi Gras. It’ll never fly. Someone will deem this unconstitutional. Perhaps the sex offender will now be required to wear a scarlet letter, have a micro-chip inserted or be forced to drink liquid that reduces the sex drive. More fear based propaganda from the vote begging lawmakers.
Online, sex offenders must reveal past
Chris Miller Reporting
Instead of an outright ban, this law requires sex offenders to mention their conviction in their online profiles. State representative Jeff Thompson says it’s no different than requiring them to notify the neighborhood when they move in.
Thompson says he knows anyone intending to do harm isn’t much for following rules, but there’s value in the new law.
Penalties for failure to comply are the same as when convicted sex offenders fail to give notice in the real world — two to ten years in prison.