Barry Levinson, the driving force of Fullerton’s sex offender ordinance discusses the despicable behavior of The Fullerton City Council in repealing Fullertons sex offender ordinance.

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  1. #1 by Anonymous on February 20, 2017 - 12:59 pm

    There is a special place in hell for those who not only do not protect our children but go out of their way to make them less safe.
    The fact that the City of Fullerton’s Fullerton Police Department and City Attorney justify their actions with a misinformation campaign is simply diabolical.

    • #2 by Sarah Dominguez on February 25, 2017 - 7:07 pm

      There is, indeed, a special place in hell, for those who do not adhere to the US and CA Constitutions. Because they are evil, evil people.

      The fact that the City Attorney is recommending action based on the law, based on the CA and US Constitutions, should be commended. In that is is saving the FULLERTON tax payer needless expenditures. What other course of action could there be?

      • #3 by Barry Levinson on February 26, 2017 - 12:39 am

        Sarah the Fullerton Ordinance dealing with only child sexual offenders has never been adjudicated in any California court. Therefore your statement that it is unconstitutional is only your opinion and not the opinion of any Ca. Court.
        Your claim that I hate both children and America is both absurd and ridiculous.

        • #4 by Sarah Dominguez on February 28, 2017 - 12:26 am

          Barry in re Taylor deals with a much smaller sub set – on active supervision, no less. And was found still to be an unconstitutional blanket ban. That is hardly my opinion. Is the California Supreme Court not a CA Court?

          Your continued refusal to act in accordance with the highest court in the state, and your willingness to make thousands of children “pay for the sins of their fathers” shows a disregard for the Constitution and for children other than your own. Why would a person act in such a manner if they did not hate both?

          • #5 by Barry Levinson on March 10, 2017 - 3:01 pm

            Sarah the re Taylor case referred to all sex offenders, the California state law not just child sex offenders, which was the Fullerton Ordinance.

            Therefore I reiterate that the issue of residency restrictions for child sex offenders has not yet been adjudicated by any California court.

            Why the Fullerton City Council and City Attorney would mislead the public and repeal a law whose constitutionality has not yet been specifically adjudicated yet is troubling at best and morally sickening at worst!

      • #6 by Anonymous on March 10, 2017 - 3:01 am

        You are one sick bitch. These fuckers need to be publicly executed. You fuck with children, you get to be tortured. Capish? Fuck you and your fucking sicko husband you vile cunt.

    • #7 by Sarah Dominguez on February 25, 2017 - 7:33 pm

      Why, on earth, should there EVER be a criminal penalty associated with residing in a residence, whatsoever? Especially if a person is not under court ordered supervision??? And even if not??? Mr. Levinson? Care to expound???

      • #8 by Barry Levinson on February 27, 2017 - 10:20 am

        I believe Anonymous is being sarcastic when stating he is in favor of allowing stalking and other serious actions against individuals to be allowed by society without any recourse for the innocent victims.

        Are freedoms do have limits. You can not scream fire in a crowded theatre.

        Question: How many times should society allow a pedophile to attack a child before putting that person behind bars for life?
        Is the answer one time, two times, three times or more?In the case of the person who inherited the house next door to me, Ca law allows a four time convicted child sex offense to be free to live his life with no restraints, no restrictions involving children. Should these monsters be given custody unsupervised in a divorce? Any judge who would grant that should be held accountable.

        • #9 by Anonymous on February 27, 2017 - 7:19 pm

          it must be tough to play a ball game with you when you move the goalposts so quickly!

        • #10 by Sarah Dominguez on February 28, 2017 - 12:12 am

          Answer: that is up to a judge to decide. Who is held accountable via the democratic process (re-election / re-call proceedings).

          If a repeat offender were clinically diagnosed with pedophilia or other parahilia and proven in a court proceeding to be a threat to society, he would have been civilly committed under WIC 6000.

          Question: how many times should society allow any criminal to victimize others before putting that person behind bars for life? A repeat drunk driver, wife beater, drug dealer, murderer, etc?

          Living next to you and whether you like it or not is not a consideration the judge should have to factor in his decision making.

          Now I am confused…. is this ordinance intended to protect children in parks, schools and day cares, or is it intended to get rid of the neighbor you loathe?

      • #11 by Anonymous on February 27, 2017 - 2:08 pm

        “Little 9-year old girl Jessica Marie Lunsford was found dead inside a hold in the ground where her murderer and rapist John Couey left her a day or two earlier. The autopsy found some of her fingers with no flesh and just bone as she poked them through the garbage bag John Couey wrapped her in as an attempt to breathe as she suffocated to death. John Couey broke into Jessica’s home early in the morning and kidnapped her. He brought her to his trailer where he rapped her at least twice before tricking her into a garbage bag and burying her alive.”

        There is a huge problem with pedofiles, not limited to California.

        You should recognize that children are more vulnerable and that predators will go out of their way to seek them out. They are unlike any other segment of the population and that is the reason for the law, to protect children.

        They arrested over 470 involved in child sex trafficking in LA. This was just the low hanging fruit, more will come.

        I gather that you think the children are not worth protecting.
        You have a lot of company with the city of Fullerton Council, they do not vote to protect the children.

        • #12 by Sarah Dominguez on February 28, 2017 - 12:18 am

          How would this ordinance have prevented any of the things you describe? I am all for protecting children. This ordinance did and and does not do it.

          • #13 by Anonymous on March 7, 2017 - 7:08 am

            You are incorrect. Please read Levinson’s responses to questions, below.

      • #14 by Where were you? on February 27, 2017 - 9:19 pm

        You care about Constitutional rights? You are selective.

        Where are you when they sign off the NDAA every year?
        That’s arrest w/no due process.

        Where are you when everyone is illegally searched at airports?

        Where are you when they force illegal taxation via healthcare?

        I could go on but I won’t. Only when you can level the playing field for access to children by pedofiles do you open your mouth on constitutional rights.

        You choose to assert unconstitutionality only when it protects pedofiles.

        Why do you want to protect those that prey on children?

        • #15 by Sarah Dominguez on February 28, 2017 - 12:15 am

          I will open my mouth about whatever I pretty well please, thank you very much.

          I will do so with confidence when there is a recent California Supreme Court decision (in re Taylor) to substantiate my position.

          This ordinance does not, and was never designed to, protect children. It was / is banishment, plain and simple. And that is un-american.

          • #16 by Anonymous on March 7, 2017 - 7:15 am

            Obviously, you will open your mouth whenever you please, even when you are ignorant of the subject matter.

            How biased you are to pick this one issue, children preyed upon by adults.

            As I asked you before, of all the blatant denial of constitutional rights in this country, why are you so preoccupied with a one dealing with pedofilia?

            You won’t answer that, will you ?

      • #17 by Anonymous on February 28, 2017 - 12:01 am

        Lets get rid of restraining orders cuz after all people should be able to live wherever they wish.

        • #18 by Sarah Dominguez on February 28, 2017 - 12:01 am

          Apples and Oranges.

          Any JUDGE can put a restraining order on anyone for CAUSE, based on a specific person.

          The LEGISLATURE cannot banish an entire group of people from residence in an entire city, irrespective of personal circumstance and due process. THAT is called a blanket ban (even for the sub-set of CHILD sex offenders, duh!), and THAT is unconstitutional.

          Thank you for making my point.

  2. #19 by Anonymous on February 27, 2017 - 10:28 am

    Fullerton legal opinion is a weak bunch of bullshit. Barry is a hero and Imbriano has steel balls. I dont know anyone who stands up for the children like these two

    • #20 by Anonymous on February 27, 2017 - 12:30 pm


  3. #21 by Fullerton on February 28, 2017 - 12:42 pm

    Some questions for Barry:

    1. Wouldn’t you agree that a pedophile need not be convicted of a sex crime against children to be a pedophile? I’m sure there’s a scary number of individuals with the same desires. The only difference is they haven’t (yet) acted on those desires, or if they have, they were never caught and convicted. For this group, the ordinance you helped create is completely useless for protecting children.

    2. People of sound mind who harm children know full well in advance that their conduct is illegal. They had NO regard for the law in the first place. What makes you think that a municipal ordinance dictating where they live: (a) protect children, (b) make convicted pedophiles law-abiding citizens again?

    3. Children and adults alike congregate all over the place, often nowhere near their homes, or parks, or schools. How did that ordinance make you feel any safer about child safety?

    4. How do you feel about *other* types of felons (who need not register as offenders) living within x distance of parks and schools and other places where children congregate? I’m not disputing that sex crimes against children are especially heinous. At the same time, I don’t want my kids around anybody convicted of dealing meth, cocaine, or heroin either. That type of addiction can destroy a person’s life, if not end it prematurely, much the same way a sex offender could. How do you reconcile the myopia on sex offenders?

    5. Like you, I believe in limited government. Do you honestly have faith that government is competent enough to enforce such an ordinance? I, for one, do not. They can’t even keep track of sex offenders, so there’s no chance an ordinance such as this one has any teeth.

    I look forward to your responses.

    • #22 by Barry Levinson on March 4, 2017 - 5:01 pm

      I would like to answer all of Fullerton’s questions above.

      Question No. 1: I think the premise of your question misses the point. Your argument is that since some pedophiles have not yet been arrested and convicted, the law does not protect children. No law is perfect and added protection from those that have already been convicted of a sex crime against a minor is much, much better than no law at all!

      Question No. 2: Your conclusion that this or any other law will make them law abiding citizens of pedophiles is not what I am claiming at all. Previously convicted child sex offenders know the law and the criminal justice system better than the vast majority of citizens. If there is no legal restriction to live near a park or school in all surrounding communities, which place do you think they would feel most comfortable to live in…those cities with no residency restrictions or the one city Fullerton that has criminal penalties if they live within 2,000 feet of a school, park or day-care/nursery center. The ones where they are free to choose to live adjacent to a school, park, etc. would obviously be their first choice. The statement that they know the laws impacting them much better than the average citizen was not my conclusion but the conclusions of experts in the field, including experienced police officers.

      Question No. 3: I have learned from experts that there are two types of pedophiles. The ones that know what they do is wrong and could care less about that fact and the ones who have the urge to offend but are trying to fight their sick urges to reoffend against a child. The ones who are trying not to reoffend are the ones who would never choose to live in very close proximity of a school or park. Like a “recovering” alcoholic would try to stay away from bars where people are drinking alcohol all around him/her. A pedophile who is fighting his sick urges to reoffend would want to stay clear of places where there are many children around. Those pedophiles who purposely choose to live next to or close to a school or park are those who want to reoffend and have no moral qualms about it. These are the worst kind of pedophiles and the ones our law was trying to keep away from those areas where kids regularly congregate and many times with little or no adult supervision.

      Question No 4: Again no law is perfect but our law only dealt with child sex offenders not all sex offenders. Your question about dupe dealers impacts all citizens everywhere. It was based on the state law passed in Nov. 2006, called Jessica’s Law, which dealt with all sex offenders but had no penalties attached to it making it worthless in most situations.

      Question No. 5: I do not have a whole lot of faith in our government in general or our police department specifically. But I do know that child sex offenders are very savvy about the law as it impacts them. They will live in cities that are the safest for them. They do not for the most part want to end up back in prison. The statistics of per capita sex offenders in 2014 when our law was amended (last time I checked) showed that Fullerton had the lowest per capita population of sex offenders of any of our neighboring cities. I believe the passage of our law in 2010 had an impact on those statistics.

      • #23 by Anna on March 5, 2017 - 12:32 pm

        Barry, you are a stand up guy and thank you for your hard work fighting for our children’s safety. Where are the rest of the dads? This is ludicrous!

  4. #24 by Barry Levinson on March 8, 2017 - 5:45 pm

    Anna thank you for your kind words. Both my wife Susan and myself put in countless hours on this issue starting in 2010. Compared to more than a thousand hours and counting time put in by Susan and me, the five city council members combined probably spent less than one or two hours to come up with their ill-conceived and wrongheaded decision to repeal the ordinance in Fullerton.

  5. #25 by Barry Levinson on March 12, 2017 - 6:45 pm

    Jesus Silva I would be happy to talk with your wife, Sharon Quirk Silva about the need to put in penalties for the statewide Jessica’s law, which was passed by over 70% of Californians in November 2006. I explained the situation in detail to one of her staffers in 2014 but never heard back from her. It has now been over 10 years with the complete failure of our state legislature to fix this problem.

  6. #26 by Barry Levinson on March 14, 2017 - 10:24 pm

    Your city council just made it less safe for all of our children in Fullerton and they had to misrepresent the facts to justify the unjustifiable.

    What would you call five people who sit on our city council who would do such a thing? Many words come to mind but I do not use profanities in expressing myself on-line.

  7. #27 by Fullerton's Conscience on March 25, 2017 - 2:07 pm



  8. #28 by Anonymous on March 27, 2017 - 11:12 am

    Give it up Barry. Nobody cares what you have to say anyway,,

  9. #29 by Anonymous on March 28, 2017 - 3:02 pm

    Give it up Barry. Nobody cares what you have to say.

  10. #30 by Barry Levinson on March 31, 2017 - 7:51 am

    I will never give up speaking the truth and informing the public. Anonymous says nobody cares but that is not true. You Anonymous obviously care that the truth is getting out or else you would not be posting on this website.

    The phony political establishment has had its way for far too long. But they are definitely worried that one day enough people will hear the truth and then throw their sorry backsides out of office forever.

  11. #31 by Anonymous on April 1, 2017 - 6:27 pm

    You think anyone cares about what is right? Who do you call? Just look at the FBI and high level officials. The FBI has had tons of information on people like Hastert. What about the Hoover types that cross dress? They are all in on it. The criminal evidence in those files range from bribery, extortion, fraud, money laundering and embezzlement, to sexual crimes against minors and participation in foreign-operated drug operations. Our government is run by pedophiles and criminals.
    Since 1997 the FBI has had much hard evidence on Hastert gathered by the FBI’s Washington Field Office. The documented deeds range from espionage to foreign bribery.

    But that’s not all. The FBI also has had hard data on Hastert’s sexual violations outside the United States. The involved countries include Vietnam, Thailand, Turkey and Morocco, among others. This also included sexual favors as means of foreign bribery. Interestingly, the CIA had been documenting those sexual activities for many years, and not only on Hastert but on many others; elected and appointed.

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