Those saying the registry is non-punitive can answer to this one. James Mills, who was housed in Pinellas County, FL jail for a registration violation was attacked by Charles Allen, who was incarcerated for a murder charge.Mills was left with a traumatic brain injury and has been in the hospital for the last month. He cannot talk and relies on a feeding tube for nutrients,

When the consequences of a registration violation (which is supposed to e civil and “non-punitive”) is incarceration and so many people required to register being killed in jail, the argument that registration is like “filling out a membership form at price club” goes out the window.

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