You only have to watch a few episodes of Law and Order SVU to realize it’s illegal to bring convicted sex offenders around children. Mama June must have missed this while stuffing her gob with bon bons and farming her kids out to TLC. A representative from Georgia’s Division of Family and Child Services is apparently not alone in occasionally browsing the internet and being confronted with a crime in progress:
“Generally speaking, when we receive a report that children are living around a sex offender … it would certainly rise to the level of concern of us looking into it… If we thought a child was in harm’s way in any way, shape or form, we would develop a safety plan and make sure the children are not around an offender.”
Better load up that Ford Taurus and grab a clipboard because this seems like an easy case to crack. Wouldn’t it be easier to remove the sex offender from the home rather than the children? Granted, if the child molester loves basic cable and the pantry snacks, he might be hard to move, but it seems like the relocation burden should be on the guy who diddles kids and his morbidly obese enabling girlfriend. Move those two evil clowns out and let people returning from West Africa on Ebola quarantine live in the house and care for the kids. Ebola can be cured. Being fingered by your mom’s boyfriend not so much.
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