October 6, 2022

NARSOL Resources

NARSOL Resources

NARSOL News

This is where you’ll find the latest news from the National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL).

Please use this form to report any broken links.


  • by Matthew Snell
    By Matt . . . A Greenville man was arrested Monday, September 26th, by the Pitt County Sherriff’s Major Crimes Unit after they discovered he had visited the Pitt County American Legion Fair the previous Friday night for an hour and a half. He is a registrant, and the sheriff’s office asserts he should not have been there under North…
  • by David M
    By David M . . . Are you old enough to remember the oil crisis of the 1970’s and the two decades of 55MPH driving which followed?  I am.  In the mid ’80’s singer Sammy Hagar had a hit song titled, “I Can’t Drive 55,” which appears to be his personal protest against the creation of the so-called “National Speed Limit.” “So-called”…
  • by Matthew Snell
    By Matt . . . A New York man who was a patient in the Kingsboro Psychiatric Center was found dead with injuries around his neck on the night of September 20. The 28-year-old man had been convicted in 2019 after being accused of a sex crime. He had finished his incarceration and was on supervised release. It is unclear…
  • by admin
    Much of what our society considers common knowledge about sex offenders is currently under debate — from the efficacy of the registry, to housing restrictions, to what treatment, if any, works. One of the most controversial practices is “dead time” — where sex offenders stay in prison for years beyond their sentence, simply because there is no where else for…
  • by admin
    In at least the third similar case filed by out-of-state residents, a federal appeals court Wednesday rejected an Oklahoma man’s constitutional challenge to being kept on a Florida sex offender registry. A panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected arguments by Douglas Lindsey, who was convicted in 1999 Read more
  • by admin
    In a span of just seven days, law enforcement agents in California arrested 141 people in a wide-ranging crackdown on child sex predators, authorities announced Wednesday. The operation, dubbed “Protect the Innocent,” involved 64 agencies across five California counties. “The goal of Operation Protect the Innocent was to conduct investigations and arrests Read more
  • by admin
    You’re more likely to be struck by a meteor than to have your kid abducted by a stranger. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) gets about $40 million a year in federal funding. It spends at least a few of those bucks crafting unnecessary emails like the one I Read more
  • by admin
    “Sexual offenders can be deceitful and cruel. But they may also be ashamed and desperate to change. Helping them is the only way to prevent more victims.” ” ‘I’ve got a list of questions I’d like to ask you about your sexual offending against children, if that’s OK,’ I say. ‘You might find some of Read more
  • by admin
    Gary Hardy, author of Silence in the Face of Injustice: A Vision of Mercy and Hope, reports on the reviews of his book: I have exciting news! Kirkus Reviews, a New York based literary magazine and the gold standard of book reviewers,  has posted its review of Silence in the Face of Injustice: A Vision of Mercy and Hope on…
  • by admin
    Printed in full with permission. By Emily Horowitz . . . Let’s say you’re a 17-year-old boy asking two 16-year-old girls to sext you on Snapchat—well, that’s pretty normal these days, right? Let’s agree that it is. Now, let’s say that you possibly paid the girls for their sexts, and then allegedly threatened to expose them unless they sent more of…