Minnesota senators say changes needed to avoid judge's ruling on maligned sex offender program

  • Article by: PATRICK CONDON , Associated Press
  • Updated: November 18, 2013 - 4:20 PM

ST. PAUL, Minn. — The chairman of the Senate's judiciary panel warned Monday that if Minnesota lawmakers don't reform the state's imperiled sex offender treatment program in their upcoming session, a judge may do it for them.

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coventryNov. 18, 13 4:32 AM

These legislators have been exposed to only one source of information regarding this Punitive Preventive Detention: DHS/MSOP. They are not even knowledgeable enough about what MSOP even is, let alone to make any meaningful changes. The DHS-Biased "Task Force" had no buy in even among it's own members, as typically 1/3 never bothered to show, and as for their "Recommendations", they reflect the realities of what I know: There was very little actual work done by this Task Force and Eric Magnuson's Report will be a cut/paste job from the OLA Report and the ancient 2005 Governor PAWLENTY Task Force report, which helped caused these issues and won't solve them. While letting every group in MN RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS CRISIS TO PRESENT, THE TASK FORCE REFUSED TO LET ME PRESENT AFTER HAVING LIVED IN, FOUGHT AGAINST FOR MY LIFE, AND DEFEATED MSOP'S ATTEMPTS TO HAVE ME BE A "CLIENT" UNTIL MY DEATH.

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