David Allyn Dokich - Serial Child Rapist / High Risk Sex Offender

Thursday, January 12, 2006

California Senators kill 6 bills meant to protect children from sex offenders

Shame on Senator Gill CedilloIt has happened yet again. Yesterday tough legislation meant to crack down on sex offenders and protect children was killed by soft on crime politicians.

Do they hate children? Is this why they continue to reject laws that would help insure the safety of the children of California?

Whatever their motives are, they need to be out of public office.

They empower child molesters and rapists, and anyone who votes for them is doing the same thing.

Remember, you can stick it to them and protect children by getting Jessica's Law on the ballot.
Shame on Senator Gloria Romero
Shame on Senator Elaine Alquist
Shame on Senator Don Perata
Shame on Senator Carole MigdenSenate Bill 588: The purpose of this bill is to do the following: 1) forbid registered sex offenders from residing within 2000 feet of any public or private school, or park where children regularly gather; 2) greatly expand the Sexually Violent Predators Act, including by making commitments indeterminate, and by increasing the types and numbers of prior qualifying convictions; 3) extend parole and make other related changes for defendants sentenced to life-terms for sex crime; 4) expand the crime of aggravated kidnapping for purposes of committing a sex crime; 5) expand the one-strike life-term sex-crime sentencing law; 6) require that persons paroled from prison for a registerable felony sex crime be monitored by GPS for parole and then for life; 7) expand the habitual sex offender life-term law; 8) expand the crime of assault with intent to commit a sex crime; 9) expand the crime of aggravated sexual abuse of a child; 10) amend the enhancement scheme for defendants convicted of lewd conduct with specified prior convictions; 11) create a new form of criminal offense for contacting minors with the intent to commit a sex crime; 12) make possession of child pornography (the depiction of any person under the age of 18 engaged in any actual or simulated sexual conduct, including masturbation or sexual posing) an alternate felony-misdemeanor; 13) expand the felony of possession of child pornography with specified prior convictions; 14) expand and amend the violent felony provisions cross-referenced by Three Strikes and other laws; 15) eliminate the requirement in specified sex crimes that the defendant used force or fear in administering a controlled substance; 16) amend the existing law concerning consecutive sentences for sex crimes and (largely superseded) enhancements; and 17) make numerous technical and substantive changes, as specified.

This bill additionally would provide that nothing in its provisions "shall prohibit municipal jurisdictions from enacting local ordinances that further restrict the residency of any person for whom registration is required pursuant to Section 290."

Voted for: Senator Charles Poochigian (republican, district 14), Senator Bob Margett (republican, district 29)

Voted against: Senator Carole Migden(democrat, district 3), Senator Elaine Alquist(democrat, district 13), Senator Gill Cedillo (democrat, district 22), Senator Don Perata (democrat, district 9), Senator Gloria Romero (democrat, district 24)

Senate Bill 722: The purpose of this bill is to require a person convicted of lewd conduct with a child under the age of 12 to remain on parole for life and to require any such person be electronically monitored in the community.

Voted for: Senator Charles Poochigian (republican, district 14), Senator Bob Margett (republican, district 29)

Voted against: Senator Carole Migden(democrat, district 3), Senator Elaine Alquist(democrat, district 13), Senator Gill Cedillo (democrat, district 22), Senator Don Perata (democrat, district 9), Senator Gloria Romero (democrat, district 24)

Senate Bill 1044: The purposes of this bill are to: expand the reach of the Sexually Violent Predators (SVP) Act; expand the crime of aggravated kidnapping for purposes of committing a sex crime; expand the one-strike sex life-term sex-crime sentencing law; expand the habitual sex offender life-term law; expand the crime of assault with intent to commit a sex crime; amend the enhancement scheme for defendants convicted of lewd conduct with specified prior convictions; create a new form of criminal offense for contacting minors with intent to commit a sex crime; amend the section concerning consecutive sentences for sex crimes and (largely superseded) enhancements; require electronic monitoring with GPS of parolees who were convicted on or after 1/1/05 of a sex offense for which the parolee must register; increase the period of parole for various sex offenders; and make numerous additional technical and substantive changes.

Voted for: Senator Charles Poochigian (republican, district 14), Senator Bob Margett (republican, district 29)

Voted against: Senator Carole Migden(democrat, district 3), Senator Elaine Alquist(democrat, district 13), Senator Gill Cedillo (democrat, district 22), Senator Don Perata (democrat, district 9), Senator Gloria Romero (democrat, district 24)

Senate Bill 1045: The purpose of this bill is amend the sex offender registration statute to provide that local law enforcement agencies are not required to have more than one registration site to serve the areas over which they have jurisdiction. It would allow law enforcement agencies to register each others offenders as well as share a physical location.

Voted for: Senator Charles Poochigian (republican, district 14), Senator Bob Margett (republican, district 29)

Voted against: Senator Carole Migden(democrat, district 3), Senator Elaine Alquist(democrat, district 13), Senator Gill Cedillo (democrat, district 22), Senator Don Perata (democrat, district 9), Senator Gloria Romero (democrat, district 24)

Senate Bill 1051: The purpose of this bill is to essentially prohibit the placement of juvenile wards of the court who have been adjudicated for a "sexually related" offense in licensed community care facilities located within one-half mile of any public or private school (K-8).

Voted for: Senator Charles Poochigian (republican, district 14), Senator Bob Margett (republican, district 29)

Voted against: Senator Carole Migden(democrat, district 3), Senator Gill Cedillo (democrat, district 22), Senator Don Perata (democrat, district 9), Senator Gloria Romero (democrat, district 24)

Senate Bill 1074: The purpose of this bill is to 1) require that every "high-risk sex offender" shall be monitored by a Global Positioning System (GPS) device for the term of his or her parole and for the rest of his or her life while in California, as specified; and 2) require that the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (which supervises parolees) maintain a database that records the parolee's whereabouts, and upon the request of local law enforcement provide that information for the purpose of comparing the geographic correlation of the parolee's location to sexual offense reports made to local law enforcement agencies.

Voted for: Senator Charles Poochigian (republican, district 14), Senator Bob Margett (republican, district 29)

Voted against: Senator Carole Migden(democrat, district 3), Senator Gill Cedillo (democrat, district 22), Senator Don Perata (democrat, district 9), Senator Gloria Romero (democrat, district 24)

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