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Friday, April 24, 2015

Mr. SMITH of Texas, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following R E P O R T

Mr. SMITH of Texas, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following R E P O R T

CBO estimates that implementing H.R. 3796 would cost the TAXPAYERS $298 million over the 2013–2017 period. It w2ill be used by the justice Dept. so law enforcement can go after people that look at images, and doesn't rescue one child. The other aim of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 is to protect children by forcing sex offenders to register, and making the sex offender registry publicly available. In the case of juvenile sexting, though, the “victim” and the “perpetrator” can be the same person. Registering teens as sex offenders and subjecting them to public shame further victimizes these kids. States that do not comply with the federal law suffer a 10% loss of law enforcement grant money from the federal government. How much money is that? The federal law requires states that wish to receive grant money to register juveniles as sex offenders for life, if they have committed an aggravated sex offense. This requirement includes registering children as young as 14.
- Maryland stands to loose approximately $2 million
- California lost over $3 million; and,
- Texas lost over $2 million
Florida receives almost $2 million for complying with the federal law.

When exactly will you become concerned that these LAWS which you consider all fine and dandy go against you? What will you do when law enforcement software picks up child porn on your computer put there by spam? People that have P2P software do not realize that these programs scan your hard drive for media to share. Someone sends you child porn spam and its scanned by a P2P software and added to your share folder on your hard drive. Now the technique is being adopted by a different kind of a hacker—the kind with a badge. For the last two years, the FBI has been quietly experimenting with drive-by hacks as a solution to one of law enforcement’s knottiest Internet problems: how to identify and prosecute users of criminal websites hiding behind the powerful Tor anonymity system. Will you be concerned when they they come after your kids or grand-kids for sexting? Where will you get the money to bail out your father, mother, or child and the cost of lawyers; after law enforcement confiscates and seizes your personal property.

Evaluation of Media Claims Regarding Non-Reporting by the National Reconnaissance Office of Certain 2010 Admissions of Potential Crimes

The Radical Right continues to spread the myth that media is biased against conservatives; however the truth was obvious On July 10, 2012 when the McClatchy Company published an article claiming that the National Reconnaissance Office had not reported to local law enforcement admissions of child molestation and viewing of child pornography by a contractor and an Air Force officer. This has become apparent over and over again as white conservatives captivate the media, while the diverse progressive Left is invisible.