Senate Bill 10, and them RSO's

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

I first posted this at my place, and while I know it's been talked about here, I wanted to post it anyway- just to show my support, and hopefully convince more people to take interest in a very important form of activism:

The following is an invitation to a rally. The following links will take you to a website that is holding a counter rally, for those who support SB 10.
The rally is being formed in order to counter a rally being held by sexual offenders in Ohio who are fighting against Ohio Bill 10, which will make significant changes to the SOR laws,

For a shortened list of the changes, please see this page -

As mentioned this rally is being held to counter a rally by sexual offenders which is being planned to demonstrate against Senate Bill 10. And, as those who know me know- I personally believe that due to their crimes- they are entitled to lose a bit of their freedoms, in order to ensure that our families and friends aren't losing theirs. It is important that if you are able to attend, you plan on doing so. If you are not, please consider sharing this with your family, friends and co workers. It's time that those of us in the position to, take a stand for victims, and demand that our leaders not only follow through on this, but continue to make improvements in the future.

The "Silent No More" rally information included in the following email is being sent all over the US, and posted on many websites, in hopes that sexual offenders, and their families will rally against the Bill- making a strong enough impact to prevent these measures from going through. This would be the rally that we hope to counter with our own supporters of the Bill.

If you are not able to attend, but would like further information or would like to contact your representatives to show your support for this Bill, please feel free to contact me, and I'll answer any questions you might have.

SILENT NO MORE - OHIO In response to the passage of Senate Bill 10 in Ohio, Soclear Media Productions proudly presents an educational forum on December 1, 2007 at the Statehouse in Columbus, beginning at 11:00 a.m."
Guest Speakers:Tom Madison, CEO of SO Clear Media Productions, INC.

Linda Pherson, President of SOSEN Margie Slagle, Activist, Ohio Justice and Policy Center

Tamara Jackson, Counselor for Sex Offender Treatment Cheryl Griffiths, R.N., Chief Operations Officer of SOSEN

Everyone is welcome to attend For more information, please contact Jackie Sparling at or phone 740-354-7919

My fellow American Citizens:

Over the past few years, Registered Sex Offenders (RSOs) have had more and more of their basic human rights and freedoms taken from them. It doesn't appear that this process will stop any time soon. Recently, Ohio passed Senate Bill 10. If you haven't yet received your notification from Attorney General Mark Dann's office indicating your "tier" level, it's on its way. If you are at present classified as a low-level sex offender in Ohio, your new level under Senate Bill 10 could put you at a higher risk level, up to and including "Predator" or Level 3. This bill is going to seriously and negatively affect many Registered Sex Offenders and their families. Some RSOs, including people with a year or less left on their sentences, will have their registration requirements extended by this bill. For others, lifetime registration will become a reality. On December 1, 2007, Soclear Media Productions will sponsor an educational forum at the Statehouse in Columbus, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Registered Sex Offenders and their families are urged to attend this peaceful assembly. We want to show our legislators that we strongly support the rehabilitation of RSOs, and their reintegration into society as law-abiding, contributing members. Plan to attend and spend the day with us, as we endeavor to educate the public by replacing myth and gossip with truth and fact. This is our opportunity to show legislators and the public-at-large that constitutional protections and laws must apply equally to everyone. Fair and just legislation will do far more to ensure the safety of our country's children than this overly broad and repressive law. For more information about the rally, please contact:
Jackie Sparling,
Chief Operations Officer
Phone: 740-354-7919
If you are on Probation or Parole now, and will be on the date of this event, please speak with your PO and get WRITTEN permission, SIGNED by them, for you to attend. If they will not grant permission, PLEASE send someone in your place. We want to have a strong showing.

And, by all means feel free to contact those listed directly above, and explain your feelings on their rally against SB 10.


Now now little perv offenders, don't get all angry and start passing messages between each other using the sexual offender forums... I can't be blamed that you can't keep your nasty thoughts/hands/bodies to yourselves.

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