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What’s New 2/1/21


Latest Videos

Some quick info about future international travel to Europe.
Can polygraphs be used as evidence in a German court? River explains.
Announcement regarding my invitation to speak in front of the United Nations!

Our Vision

A world in which those who have committed sexually-based offenses are:

1. Held accountable, fairly and justly, within the acceptable parameters established by international human rights law;

2. Encouraged, during the satisfaction of their court-imposed sentences, to take responsibility for their actions and rehabilitate themselves in pursuit of meaningful and constructive lives; and

3. Reintegrated into the community as full and welcomed members without inhumane and ineffective living restrictions.

Philosophy

Persons convicted of any crime, including sex offenses, are members of the human family and thus are fully and equally entitled to all of the protections enumerated within the Uniform Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations, 1948) and all other human rights legislation.

Note: The term “sex offender” is an arbitrary term intended to insult and dehumanize any person ever convicted of any act allegedly contained within it: any component, regarded by the Adam Walsh Act (2006), as being classified as a “sex offense,” regardless of any real or perceived sexual contact or the involvement of any actual victim. It is a slur and should be treated as one.