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Casey Anthony’s Former Lawyer Is Taking On A Rape Case Against Trump

The attorney who represented Casey Anthony during her murder trial has a new client — and her target is Donald Trump.

SEE MORE: Trump’s Sexual Harassment Allegations Start Way Before That Tape

Cheney Mason helped acquit Anthony of murder charges in the death of her 2-year-old daughter. He is now representing a “Jane Doe” plaintiff who’s accusing Trump of rape.

The plaintiff and at least one other witness say they attended a party hosted by billionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The complaint says both Trump and Epstein raped the plaintiff multiple times during the party. The plaintiff says she was 13 years old at the time.

This is the third time the plaintiff has tried to file this lawsuit. The first lawsuit was dismissed for filing issues; the plaintiff just refiled the second lawsuit to add a new witness to the complaint.

Trump’s attorneys have dismissed the accusations as a bogus smear attempt. A hearing has been set for December 16.

FIRST TIME IN AMERICAN HISTORY THE PROCLIVATIES OF MAN HAS BECOME A FACTOR IN OUR SENATE.

SMART-The same as your SMART Television

the same as your SMART Phones, the same as your SMART Meter. The same as your SMART HOME!

Legislative History

Federal Sex Offender Legislation

  • 1994 – Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act – Enacted as a part of the Omnibus Crime Bill of 1994, the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act:
    • Established guidelines for states to track sex offenders.
    • Required states to track sex offenders by confirming their place of residence annually for ten years after their release into the community or quarterly for the rest of their lives if the sex offender was convicted of a violent sex crime.
  • Final Guidelines for the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act
  • 1996 – Megan’s Law – During the mid-1990’s every state, along with the District of Columbia, passed a Megan’s Law. In January of 1996, Congress enacted the federal Megan’s Law that:
    • Provided for the public dissemination of information from states’ sex offender registries.
    • Provided that information collected under state registration programs could be disclosed for any purpose permitted under a state law.
    • Required state and local law enforcement agencies to release relevant information necessary to protect the public about persons registered under a State registration program established under the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act.
  • 1996 – The Pam Lychner Sex Offender Tracking and Identification Act of 1996 – Required the Attorney General to establish a national database (the National Sex Offender Registry or ‘NSOR’) by which the FBI could track certain sex offenders. The law also:
    • Mandated certain sex offenders living in a state without a minimally sufficient sex offender registry program to register with the FBI.
    • Required the FBI to periodically verify the addresses of the sex offenders to whom the Act pertains.
    • Allowed for the dissemination of information collected by the FBI necessary to protect the public to federal, state and local officials responsible for law enforcement activities or for running background checks pursuant to the National Child Protection Act (42 U.S.C. §5119, et. seq.).
    • Set forth provisions relating to notification of the FBI and state agencies when a certain sex offender moved to another state.
  • 1997 – The Jacob Wetterling Improvements Act – Passed as part of the Appropriations Act of 1998, the Jacob Wetterling Improvements Act took several steps to amend provisions of the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act, the Pam Lychner Sex Offender Tracking and Identification Act, and other federal statutes. This law:
    • Changed the way in which state courts make a determination about whether a convicted sex offender should be considered a sexually violent offender to include the opinions not just of sex offender behavior and treatment experts but also of victims’ rights’ advocates and law enforcement representatives.
    • Allowed a state to impart the responsibilities of notification, registration, and FBI notification to a state agency beyond each state’s law enforcement agency, if the state so chose.
    • Required registered offenders who change their state of residence to register under the new state’s laws.
    • Required registered offenders to register in the states where they worked or went to school if those states were different from their state of residence.
    • Directed states to participate in the National Sex Offender Registry.
    • Required each state to set up procedures for registering out-of-state offenders, federal offenders, offenders sentenced by court martial, and non-resident offenders crossing the border to work or attend school.
    • Allowed states the discretion to register individuals who committed offenses that did not include Wetterling’s definition of registerable offenses.
    • Required the Bureau of Prisons to notify state agencies of released or paroled federal offenders, and required the Secretary of Defense to track and ensure registration compliance of offenders with certain UCMJ convictions.
  • 1998 – Protection of Children from Sexual Predators Act – This Act:
    • Directed the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) to carry out the Sex Offender Management Assistance (SOMA) program to help eligible states comply with registration requirements.
    • Prohibited federal funding to programs that gave federal prisoners access to the internet without supervision.
  • 2000 – The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act – Passed as part of the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act, the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act:
    • Required any person who was obligated to register in a state’s sex offender registry to notify the institution of higher education at which the sex offender worked or was a student of his or her status as a sex offender; and to notify the same institution if there was any change in his or her enrollment or employment status.
    • Required that the information collected as a result of this Act be reported promptly to local law enforcement and entered promptly into the appropriate state record systems.
    • Amended the Higher Education Act of 1965 to require institutions obligated to disclose campus security policy and campus crime statistics to also provide notice of how information concerning registered sex offenders could be obtained.
  • 2003 – Prosecutorial Remedies and Other Tools to end the Exploitation of Children Today (PROTECT) Act:
    • Required states to maintain a web site containing registry information, and required the Department of Justice to maintain a web site with links to each state web site.
    • Authorized appropriations to help defray state costs for compliance with new sex offender registration provisions.
  • 2006 – Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act:
    • Created a new baseline standard for jurisdictions to implement regarding sex offender registration and notification.
    • Expanded the definition of “jurisdiction” to include 212 Federally-recognized Indian Tribes, of whom 197 have elected to stand up their own sex offender registration and notification systems.
    • Expanded the number of sex offenses that must be captured by registration jurisdictions to include all State, Territory, Tribal, Federal, and UCMJ sex offense convictions, as well as certain foreign convictions.
    • Created the Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking (SMART Office) within the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, to administer the standards for sex offender notification and registration, administer the grant programs authorized by the Adam Walsh Act, and coordinate related training and technical assistance.
    • Established a Sex Offender Management Assistance (SOMA) program within the Justice Department.
    • Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, Applicability of the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (28 CFR Part 72) – this is a federal regulation that the Department of Justice passed to specify that SORNA’s registration requirements are retroactive.
    • Keeping the Internet Devoid of Predators Act (KIDS Act):
      • Amended SORNA to require registration jurisdictions to register Internet Identifiers.
      • Exempted Internet Identifiers from disclosure on any registration jurisdiction’s public sex offender registry website.

State Legislation

For news on recent state legislation please go to the criminal justice section of the National Conference of State Legislatures web site.

This will be your life if you are convicted of the following behavioral crimes. Which vary upon your life style. PROSTITUTION makes you a sex offender, The attendance of a Brothel makes you a sex offender, Sexting will have an effect upon making you a sex offender, don’t allow the, “ALL SEEING EYE,” view what you do in your home upon closed doors.

Your teenage using the phone to take pictures and express a wanton life is subject to be viewed by a board out of your control and your 15-17 year old will be sent to a juvenile detention center at the cusp   of their manhood and  are subject to be labeled. As of right now there are 234,00 men nationally!

Number of Registered Sex Offenders in the U.S. Nears Three-quarters of a Million

Jan 23, 2012, 08:03 ET from National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Registered Sex Offender Numbers Increased 23 Percent in Past 5 Years

California, Texas and Florida Top the ListALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Today, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) released the results of its latest survey regarding the number of registered sex offenders located in the U.S.  The organization’s most recent survey of states found there are 747,408 registered sex offenders in the country today, which represents an increase of 7,555 offenders from the previous survey in June 2011.

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NCMEC conducted its first survey in 2006, which showed there were 606,816 registered sex offenders in the U.S.  In just five years, an additional 140,592 convicted sex offenders have been added to sex offender registries across the country, an increase of 23.2%.  The three states with the largest number of registered sex offenders are California (106,216), Texas (68,529) and Florida (57,896).

“The courts have long held that the requirement that a convicted sex offender register with authorities is not punitive, it is regulatory,” said Ernie Allen, president and CEO of NCMEC.  “It is a reasonable measure designed to provide important information to authorities and to help protect the public, particularly children.  These registries are especially important because of the high risk of re-offense by some of these offenders, and the fact that most of the victims of America’s sex offenders are younger than 18 years of age.”

The first sex offender registry was created in 1947 in California.  Today, every state has such a registry.

NCMEC created the survey in 2006, following the enactment of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act in July of that year.  Each year since the survey was created, NCMEC contacts the sex offender registry in each state as well as registries located in the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories (Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands).  In the US Virgin Islands, St. Thomas and St. Croix maintain separate sex offender registries, bringing the total number of registries surveyed to 57.

“America has awakened to the threat posed by sex offenders,” said Allen.  “Today, there is a system in place.  Law enforcement is more vigilant and common-sense steps have been taken to better protect the public, particularly the children.”

NCMEC has conducted 13 sex offender register surveys since 2006 and were performed quarterly until 2009.  Since then, they have been done twice each year.

In 2006 NCMEC also created a special dedicated Sex Offender Tracking Team.  This group of analysts — working with the U.S. Marshals Service and state and local law enforcement — accesses donated public records data and aids in locating an estimated 100,000 noncompliant or fugitive sex offenders.  To date, NCMEC has received 15,802 requests from law enforcement nationwide to assist in locating noncompliant sex offenders, and has provided 15,763 analytical leads packages to law enforcement, resulting in the apprehension of thousands of fugitives.

About the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1984.  Designated by Congress to serve as the nation’s clearinghouse, the organization has operated the toll-free 24-hour national missing children’s hotline which has handled more than 3,472,740 calls.  It has assisted law enforcement in the recovery of more than 169,840 children.  The organization’s CyberTipline has handled more than 1,329,920 reports of child sexual exploitation and its Child Victim Identification Program has reviewed and analyzed more than 61,842,970 child pornography images and videos.  The organization works in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Justice’s office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.  To learn more about NCMEC, call its toll-free, 24-hour hotline at 1-800-THE-LOST1-800-THE-LOST FREE or visit its web site at www.missingkids.com.

IF THESE NUMBERS ARE TRUE! THEN THAT IS A LARGE NUMBER OF THE MALE AND FEMALE POPULATION THAT IS NOW SUBJECTED TO LAWS THAT HAVE PUBLICLY and SOCIALLY MADE THEM EU`NUCHS=

a man who has been castrated, especially (in the past) one employed to guard the women’s living areas at an oriental court.
  • an ineffectual person>>>>>
    First time in Human History a Man or Woman placed upon this registry is required to place there marked thumb upon a passport; or Electronically tracked to and from the country. First time in Human History a man or woman is not allowed work in the public sector due to past crimes and lack of forgiveness.  The moment this word, (Sex Offender)  is brought about it is immediately met with scorn and ridicule of the male population, the woman is laughed at and left upon the street in her swaddled cloths for her act of degradation and not at a single moment is she given the REDEMPTION of JESUS CHRIST, whom asked the very question that ended the stoning of the whore!
    ~He who is  without sin cast the first stone~

    These men and women have been :  ostracized

    exclude (someone) from a society or group:
    “a group of people who have been ridiculed, ostracized, and persecuted for centuries”

    synonyms:exclude · shun · spurn · cold-shoulder · reject · shut out · avoid · ignore ·

    Be it they do so themselves, for there own protection. Society does it for them with subjected housing; or Man and it’s hypocrisy will turn a man away whom seeks to aid in these troubling times.
    MATTHEW 19:12 ~ Selah.
  • 234,000 men and women/ though they have decided to have women in the Military so now I know this atrocity is certainly a lot larger than I first determined in my imaginations. but 234,000 known sex offenders will have no access to international activity due to the signing of Megan’s Law. Passports will be regulated. The regulation of the Government upon passports is minimal compared to the implication that 234,000 and counting will not be able, though they are able bodied men and women, due to the restrictions are no better than the woman of the home, for in what capacity can a man/woman such as the Sex Offender procure the life of comfort for his/her family, when they are given [the couch].  The Secular’s call this man/woman a Sex Offender, the church should call them EU’NUCHS, maybe then the conversation will change, for even the EU’NUCHS were saved by the ministrations of The Father. There are 234,000 EU’NUCHS in the Country and not a word is said.
  • NOT A WORD.
  • The EU’NUCHS served the Persian Kings, Served the Assyrian Lords for it is was an Assyrian decree that a man whom committed an act such as to cause shame to his family was to be castrated.
  • In our public system, they have taken it upon themselves to put in black and white, that if a man is found guilty of such crimes, 3 times, upon his third offense he is to be castrated. Last I heard this was America. We are a  sovereign nation and certainly not an Ottoman Empire and  serve no King save the Father God Almighty, so  if I was in the position of most Sex Offenders/ EU’NUCHS in our Country, I would be demanding if not ordering for reciprocity.
  •  Not a word is said, there is silence over the land as these laws are written and not a single Christian or believer can cry with the voice of the advent for the lord to remain upon his mercy seat? Could it be in your hearts of hearts you believe that a man/woman deserves to have every sin publicized for the world to see. if this is true, then wear those boots. take up your SMART LIFE which is branded upon your right hand, hold it up and swear to the world that you will tell the whole truth by threat of castration or beheading and confess your sins. As you confess, remember your thoughts count, you thought about cheating on your husband, you thought about leaving your wife, you thought about breaking vows, you thought about the pool boy or pool girl and how just one time alone would be nice, you paid for your wonderful home, you are entitled to all you own. Those are sins, you may never have acted on them, but those thoughts are enough to be broadcasts upon your right hand. They can be seen through your actions on your Facebook, they can be seen when you are talking to someone not your husband or your wife. Don’t go to that potluck and be seen fraternizing with someone not your helpmate, for you believe that a man/woman convicted of such sins deserves to be castrated. You believe that he is lower than the dirt and mire you have picked up from your gardening and none need a word from him for he has done the unforgivable.
  • We are God and have deemed a man/woman can not be forgiven.
  • ~Forgive them Father for they know not what they do~

2 thoughts on “First Times”

  1. Wow, I have to say this is the first I am hearing of this. It is amazing to me just how pervasive sexual assault and misconduct is in society and it is extremely important to bring attention to it at every opportunity.

    Until sexual assaults stop they must be dealt with in the most swift and condemning ways. As a father of a young daughter I really hope that we can see some immediate improvement in this area of our society. Too many people have already had there lives irrevocably destroyed because of this horrible trend.

    Thank you for writing this article and bringing attention to what is definitely a sickening problem.

    1. I truly wished that you would have a little more objective view of the situation, but I can understand but, “EVERY opportunity?” Every is such an all inclusive word. Say the vindictive woman cries against you, say you are innocent on all counts but she cries against you because you are a man, say you lived your life to the best of your ability and still the, “Here Say,” was given some time to mellow in the minds of a jury of your peers, Say they tried to, “Kill the Mockingbird,” and because you fear no evil and know yourself to be above what they claim you to be, still did not keep you out of prison and she cried loud enough in court to see you tagged as a sexual deviant; would you then say that “Every opportunity,” is necessary. would you then say that you deserve to be castrated. Would you then say that the battle of the sexes has not gone array and that at some point reason should be approached, or would you continue as a father of three, wish to do away with 234,000 men/women for an obstruction of justice?
      Do you honestly believe that there are that many men and women going around being molesters of themselves and others.
      So far it has just been men that are reported, biasedly mind you, little is to be said for the number of women, for they have been grouped all the same category, Sex Offender. Are we truly to be the judge of anyone, when we ourselves could be found guilty of those same crimes just as easily?
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