My-Space Sex Offenders Identified

Attorney General Greg Stumbo announced today his office has identified 22 Kentucky sex offenders who are using the website My-Space.

That's in addition to 68 convicted sex offenders from the state that My-Space identified and provided to law enforcement.

My-Space deleted the users but retained the information and turned it over to Stumbo.

A new state law requiring the state's more than 6-thousand registered sex offenders to provide their internet addresses takes effect later this month.

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  • by asia Location: mount holly on Jun 6, 2007 at 11:07 AM
    they should get arested because they know that they can't not be on there if there are littie 2 kid. They should knw that eascally if there are littie kids come on now if they know that why would they do that thay are putting more ploblem in there live do they get it yet but still they da that
  • by yyoo Location: here on Jun 5, 2007 at 02:21 PM
    my space is bad for kids of any age watch your back and be safe by not using my space.
  • by ? on Jun 5, 2007 at 06:43 AM
    I think they should be listed on here so that kids know who to watch for
  • by christine Location: g-town on Jun 4, 2007 at 05:57 PM
    They gave up their right to privacy when they became sex offenders and thats what they get. Whst about victims that were invaded? They need nothing private. When you sneak then your hiding things, and thats not good. I think that it will save someone else from being hurt.
  • by rhonda Location: galveston on Jun 4, 2007 at 02:58 PM
    keep up the good work Attorney General Greg Stumbo. It is another day a child will be safe


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