Nebraska bill is revoking parental rights of sex offenders

Nebraska Senator Brett Lindstrom is trying to pass a bill right now essentially preventing anyone convicted of a “sex offense” from having custody or unsupervised visitation with any minor child. Even though my crime was being lied to by a girl who was underage on an Adult Dating website and I had no knowledge that I was violating the law. Apparently, now I can’t have kids and/or raise children either. 

My daughter was born on Veteran’s Day of 2016. Her mother and I are not on speaking terms of which I am unsure as to why. Due to having a child out of wedlock, I have chosen to have DNA testing to ensure that I fulfill my responsibilities as a father and to assert my rights. Never in a million years did I think that having a child could change my views in life so drastically over such a short period of time. I can attest that it’s been a blessing and a curse both in the same. The only one who’s affected by what I’m telling you is my daughter, an infant who knows no better. A little girl who doesn’t even know my face yet. A child who I am bound by instinct to protect by any means necessary.

2 thoughts on “Nebraska bill is revoking parental rights of sex offenders

  1. Reading posts like yours makes me appreciate the predicament I’m in because I have no children and had no loved one lost because of the actions that landed me on the registry. What the whole thing has done is expose people who claim to be tolerant and supportive of others. This country is very vengeful and vindictive and it disgusts me every day. Best of luck to you and keep fighting my friend.

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