Maryland sends signs to sex offenders

An interesting idea. But if they really wanted to be rehabilitated, they would already be prepared for Halloween. How will this be enforced?
clipped from www.washingtontimes.com



ANNAPOLIS | The Scarlet Letter for Maryland sex offenders this Halloween will be a bright orange pumpkin.


That is the symbol on a sign they are required to post on their doors with a warning, in capital letters, to trick-or-treaters: “No candy at this residence.”


The paper signs began arriving last week in the mailboxes of the roughly 1,200 violent and child-sex offenders across the state with a letter explaining how they are to comport themselves on Oct. 31.


“Halloween provides a rare opportunity for you to demonstrate to your neighbors that you are making a sincere effort to change the direction of your life,” the letter states.


  • By: myrandom1786


    I’m saving, enlarging, and printing out the pumpkin graphic that accompanies this story. Running around and putting them on every door in the neighborhood would be a wonderful Halloween prank!


    October 15, 2008 at 12:07 p.m.
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