In this article, W.A.R. founder Vicki Henry and NARSOL founder Sandy Rozek are interviewed by author HALLIE LIEBERMAN | FROM THE FEBRUARY 2020 ISSUE

Never Ending Punishment

The crimes that will land someone on the list vary by state, but they include not just assaultive crimes such as rape and child molestation but also nonpredatory offenses such as public urination, promotion of prostitution, and possession of child pornography. Children as young as 9 have to register in some places. A handful of states require people convicted of any sex offense to register for life—and even after death.

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