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That is how low the newspaper industry how become. Safety for children is not according the editors of the Ventura Star a real problem? Why would anyone pay good money to say it is wrong to end prostitution in a city and protect our children from molesters. This is no longer a community newspaper—it is an arm of the ACLU and the Democrat Party—pushing criminals on our streets and putting our families in danger—all the while making sure criminals are protected from law enforcement.
The good news is that the circulation of the newspaper is so low that few saw the editorial. Simi Valley is again facing a lawsuit over its ordinance regulating sex offenders on Halloween, and we can cite a multitude of reasons why the city should not waste a single dime of taxpayer money defending it in court.
The city later settled the case by agreeing to not enforce the sign requirement. All of this over a law that is not needed, not enforced, possibly not constitutional and certainly not fair to innocent family members living at the same address who want to celebrate Halloween. He speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows. He is a fulltime political consultant. Email Not published. Leave this field empty.
I thought I had seen it all until I read of this! The only conclusion is that everybody has gone nuts. I checked the State Bar website and Frisco Power Broker Juan Enrique Pearce is still listed in good standing and able to practice law, with no record of discipline, despite his Felony Guilty plea in April.
It is entirely possible that he will get out of Jail before the Bar ever takes any action, and as far as being on the Sex Offender Registry, that will probably scrub him asap, thanks to the sado-masochistic bondage bear Senator Scott Wiener and his SB The management says that folks get their news elsewhere.