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  1. If real

    if real, look into other states, others might let you off sooner. You found a way to post this online, do that research for all 50 states online.

    If you are homeless in a vehicle, just be willing to move said vehicle.

  2. sorry but reality

    I can tell from a distance you are missing a few facts. There is no change that makes it FEDERALLY no longer a crime. State laws vary wildly. I Have a similar degree. Trust me on this.

    You having other convictions and mental illness makes them more concerned too. It just does. Statistically it increases the odds you’ll do something and need to be tracked (even if not sex related, but that is the legal tool they have to use, so they will use it)

    Also, the laws still exist man. Here they are for MO
    First Degree Statutory Rape

    Statutory rape is a crime based on the age of the victim. If you have sexual intercourse with someone under the age of 14, regardless of consent, you will be charged with a felony that carries up to a life sentence and no less than five years. If the act results in serious physical injury, if a weapon is used, if there is more than one offender, or if the victim is under the age of 12, that sentence is increased to 10 years to life.

    Second Degree Statutory Rape

    You could be facing charges of second degree statutory rape if you are 21 years or older and you have sexual intercourse with someone who is less than 17 years old. This is considered a Class C Felony and is punishable by up to 7 years in prison.

    So…….she was either YOUNGER than you are saying( maybe turned 14 after the relationship was alleged to have started) or you were OLDER(maybe you started younger and it continued to the age needed). That or there was (at least the allegation of) force or coercion. If you had mental illness you might not have understood that part. You might have seen things different than she did. I recommend you re-read your file.

  3. GetADamnAttorney

    Go get a job at a factory or at least donate plasma until you have enough $ to hire a attorney to file the motion for you. I know it sucks but no matter how “flawless” you think it is they can, and obviously will, reject your motion if it is not 100% completed how they see it to be complete. One misspelled word and they can say “nope”.

    Your situation is not hopeless based on your statements here. Even when you file the motion it can take up to a year but whats a year for the rest of your life? Once your off the registry life will be 100x easier…

    • Frank

      Hello, and thank you for responding to me.
      I am a native American man who is a prisoner of war as well as a man living in a hell that most see fit for me.
      I’m a prisoner in my home land with so much historical trauma for generations past.
      I am proud of who I am and I love my life and my children so much.
      I wish to be a father and most important, a human being in my home land but the false laws that exist keep me at bay because I am from a long line of family that has been mistreated and lied to along with betrayed by the government..
      I believe I deserve peace in my life and I have so much to offer so many who struggle as I do and wish to spread my knowledge but I’m unable to because of the control they put on me with laws that are now being noticed to be unconstitutional..
      How much more do I have to go through to be viewed as a human being and that all I want is to be treated fairly in my home land?

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