Registered for Life: Consequences of a Former Sex Offender

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AuthorHouse, Jan 12, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 232 pages
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For many the term sex offender is repulsive and is synonymous with every known true evil imaginable. This is not for the faint of heart but a chilling account of how this seemingly normal nice guy evolved over time into a SEX OFFENDER and the path he traveled from his conviction, sentence, treatment and then ultimate release back into society. Today he is a member of a growing "despicable group of sex offenders" that society loves to hate and is now REGISTERED FOR LIFE!
 

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The aurthor was a public service employee working for a law enforcement agency. Prior to this employment, Mr. Cooper was a transportation professional working for over seventeen years in the railroad industry. He is an Eagle Scout, professionally licensed building contractor and has been recognized for making significant community improvements in his hometown. Today, Mr. Cooper is an employer and operates a successful construction business, a problem property solution company, a retail outlet and a food service company. He is also the target of an uniformed and easily persuaded fear driven and at times vindictive society. He is a member of a growing number of former sex offenders that are the new scapegoat for a generation of ambitious politicians. In spite of this Mr. Cooper has successfully re-intergrated himself back into society and fights for the reformation of laws that hinder or outright prohibit recovering former sex offenders to live productive lives within our society. ( Mr. Cooper's real name is not Mr. Cooper)

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