Rocci Stucci Media

Washington Democrats to Release Sexual Predators into Residential Neighborhoods

In 2021 the Washington state legislature passed a bill that makes it easier to place Level 3 sex offenders into residential neighborhoods. Level 3 is the worst sex offender and only 3% of sexual offenders are given Level 3 designation. That means these are the most extreme sex offenders in the state. Democrat Governor Jay Inslee wants to move these sex offenders from the secure and isolated McNeil Island and rehome them into private homes and into residential areas. What could possibly go wrong?

What makes it worse is that they are using a for-profit company owned by a former employee of the DSHS (Department of Social and Health Services) whose motivation is to move as many of these offenders as he can in order to make more money. I promise you, he will not locate any of them in his neighborhood. This transfers the liability from the state and destroys the transparency of the program.

The Post Millennial reports:

Washington state is releasing Level-3 sex offenders from McNeil Island. Called “the worst of the worst” by the federal government, this group of offenders includes convicted pedophiles that are likely to re-offend. They will be resettled into residential neighborhoods in halfway homes operated by a private company.

Washington Democrats passed legislation in 2021 that amended state law to make it easier to equally distribute conditionally released sexually violent predators which they refer to as “residents” in counties across the state. The legislation established what lawmakers called “fair share principals,” requiring each county in the state to provide community-based housing for conditionally released sexually violent predators who are from their respective counties. The sponsor of the legislation, Democratic State Sen. Christine Rolfes said at the time that the purpose was so that “people who are potentially dangerous, but not necessarily dangerous, back into communities where they can live safely and with their constitutional liberties protected.”

The Community Protection Act originally designated McNeil Island a first-of-its-kind civil commitment center in the 1980s. According to The Guardian, the 200 residents have “been convicted of at least one sex crime – including sexual assault, rape, and child molestation. A court has then found them to meet the legal definition of a ‘sexually violent predator’, meaning they have a mental abnormality or personality disorder that makes them likely to engage in repeat sexual violence.”

Those that were deemed a continuing threat to the community after completing their prison sentences were civilly committed to McNeil Island. One of the inmates at McNeil is Calvin Malone, who according to the Guardian, “worked as a Boy Scout troop leader in various states across the country, as well as with an organization that works with at-risk youth. In these roles, he molested numerous boys and was convicted of sex crimes in California, Oregon, and Washington.”

Concerned residents in the Tenino community were shocked to find out that one of these transfer areas will be in their community and they confronted county commissioners on the subject, They are looking into what their legal options are if any.

This does not sound like a good plan to me. It’s like trying to place a pit bull in an area covered with T-bone steaks.




One Response

  1. Those should NEVER re-enter civil society in any way! They have proven they are unfit & an irreparable threat to others!

  • Decide Right

  • On Key

    Related Posts