My Son Was Arrested For A Sex Offense: The Story of Reset Missouri

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My Son Was Arrested For A Sex Offense: The Story of Reset Missouri

In today’s interview, meet Melissa McFadden. Her son, Tony, is currently incarcerated for a sex offense he did not commit. Today, Melissa helps people on the sex offense registry find housing and is the President of Reset Missouri. She says,

“My son will be a registered sex offender for the rest of his life for a crime he didn’t commit. Never mind the 15 years of imprisonment that will forever change the trajectory of his adult life. I was afraid of ‘sex offenders’. I looked at the registry when we moved to our neighborhood to see who we needed to protect our children against. Now I know that he said she said is real. I know that statutory rape, which is essentially consensual sex between two teenagers will land you on the registry for life. Peeing in public is apparently unforgivable. The unfair reasons for the registry go on and on.”

Watch Melissa’s powerful story today on The Outspoken Offender. This important studio discussion will open hearts and minds about the struggles registrants and family members face. It’s all because of an America’s punitive sex offense registry that pushes (and most of the time goes over) the constitutional line. **In need of housing in the St. Louis, MO area? Have you been forced to register on America’s punitive sex offense registry? More information on Reset Missouri can be found at: https://www.resetmissouri.org

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