Thursday, January 21, 2010

The Stop Vigilante Violence and Websites Act of 2010

This Act is needed because of people like Absolute Zero United, people like Static, Stitches 77, Logue Hater, Violent Leaves, Jacey, Rob Taylor, and others who continue, threaten, harass, defame, impersonate, and stalk online. Put an end to these cult sites by supporting this bill, and making groups like AZU and PJ liable for harm they cause in attacking registrants, innocent family members of the accused, and anyone who simply opposes their views. Proof of these groups' criminalactivities are well documented in this site.

Click on the link above and support this bill today!


Tyciol said...

These are a lot of complicated rules, wouldn't it be simpler to ask for the registries to be repealed, or fairly expanded to include worse crimes?

As far as I'm concerned, if they're going to do something like that it should be based on length of sentence. It's the only unbiased way. Something like "if you are in prison for X years, you will be listed on the register for X/2 years" or something.

If they refuse to get rid of these dangerous lists then having additional punishments for those who misuse them to interfere with the goal of the justice system to rehabilitate offenders do make sense.

Unfortunately since this is a U.S. petition, foreigners can't sign it eh?

Warped Ohio said...

Sign it anyways, it is for anyone who wishes to stop vigi violence. If you learn nothing else about AZU from this site just look at their comments and tell me if you think promoting rape and violence, wild accusations, impersonation, and stalking others is healthy.