One town on Long Island is home to 45 sex offenders — 7 of whom live in the same house. It sounds like the perfect situation, except for one thing — they are allowed to go outside.
That’s right, friends. This is not a prison. It’s just a low-cost neighborhood where sex offenders have been congregating, hoping to get a second chance. Second chance? As far as I’m concerned, these men gave up their second chance the first time they committed a crime! What’s the point of second chances if they aren’t reserved for good, law-abiding citizens who wouldn’t commit a crime in the first place?
Sex offenders who often feel that they are unfairly marginalized by a panicked society often feel as if they are living in a prison without bars, and they are right. Which is why we should be erecting more prison bars around Long Island and other sex offender enclaves. Lure them into areas like this and then TRAP THEM so they can’t get out.
Worst of all, the landlord actually tries to justify the IMMORAL SLUM she is running.
We shouldn’t be afraid of the people we know who did this—we should be afraid of the people who didn’t get help yet, didn’t get caught yet.
To be fair, the landlord is half right. We should absolutely be afraid of people who have not been convicted of sexual offenses yet, because STATISTICS SHOW that they will be convicted of a sexual offense sometime in the future. However, we should also be afraid of people who HAVE been convicted of any such offenses, because we KNOW that they did it. In short, be very afraid all the time.