I'm intending to put this thread back on track, because the world needs to see just how organized these criminals are who claim right of authority over others.
A quick note regarding the AZ registration web-site: I had mentioned the fact that no other such web-site had included the 'failure to register' and 'sexually motivated' clauses, nor did they have me listed as a 'level 2' offender and such does not show, even on the IN web-site that indicates that I'm currently incarcerated. The statues in CA state that it is up to the registration agency to insure the accuracy of the information presented, and I would suspect that the same applies to all states, because these statues are based in federal law.
I have to wonder why the DOJ, at the federal level isn't questioning why it is that AZ had added this additional information, when no other state had done so. It doesn't matter where you go in the US, and you will smell these rats, and do they ever stink.
I plan to take a picture of the content of the attache case I have, that's literally stuffed with documents. One of my hang-ups here is sorting through all of that, narrowing-down the most pertinent information and converting it to a digital format that can be shared here. In light of that, I plan to just type in excerpts of this information, and I will take the time to digitize, whatever, upon request, to prove the authenticity of these documents, to those who may have doubts.
The parole violation: My sister can verify this statement; while I was on parole, I was extremely determined to avoid any parole violations by staying home, doing nothing and only going out into public when absolutely necessary. One parole agent, who was decent enough, was informed by a psychologist that he didn't need to see me any longer, and so, any such requirements to see said psychologist had ended that day. I was one step closer to freedom [sic] because I no longer had to comply with that aspect of my parole conditions.
Then another parole agent was assigned to me, a real and true asshole, who had ordered that I see, and get this: a psychologist. Well of course I objected, as I had every right and reason to object. Well... I had to go, yet again, to see a psychologist, but there's a back-story concerning this new parole agent, the uber-asshole. This newly assigned agent had such a disdain for registered sex offenders (RSOs), insofar as to suspect anything/action or whatever as suspicious activity. Prior to him ordering me to see a psychologist again, he had turned up at my address, broke the latch on my screen door to gain entry, and stood their, in my presence, huffing and puffing as if something was direly wrong. At the time, I was sitting down, eating breakfast and watching TV. I hadn't gone anywhere, save for grocery shopping, and my apartment had been searched numerous times for what they consider contraband, plus I lived on the outskirts of town, where there are far fewer people, like in a typical neighborhood. The apartment complex I lived in, had one main road to it, with the I-10 freeway next to it, and just on the other side of I-10 is the sewer-treatment plant. This apartment complex had only senors living there, whom were mostly disabled for various reasons.
I was warned by other parolees that RSOs are automatically targeted, by some agents, to be violated in a way that will get their parole revoked. This new agent was one such agent. I was ordered to see this psychologist, for nefarious reasons, and to reiterate, I was deemed as no longer required to see a psychologist. When I fulfilled the order, I was met with a person whom seemed to me to be far less qualified than any other psychologist I had seen to date. What I did was express my concerns about all the BS I've had been subjected to and I added the nature of this new agent to my grievance, including the fact that he had forcefully damaged my screen-door for no apparent reason.
The next day, I was arrested for an "unspecified" parole violation, sent to a detention center where I waited 22 days for a hearing. Lucky for me, the parole board didn't see things in the same way as that this parole agent was trying to portray me as, and one week later I was released from custody, after agreeing to a minor violation of "failure to follow instructions" or I would have had to stay in the detention center for another 25 days while I waited for other hearing, in which I could fight the "unspecified" charge. Well, my parole was not revoked, and so I didn't go back to prison for the remainder of my parole period, which would have been about another two years I'd've spent incarcerated.
Edited by Vanka Savolov, 21 November 2018 - 07:13 PM.