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September 04, 2013


Stringer Opposed Creating Sex Offender Registry

New York City comptroller candidate Scott Stringer (D) "voted against Megan's Law -- which created a state registry to track convicted sex fiends after their release from prison -- when he was in the state Assembly in 1995," the New York Post reports.

Stringer said he voted against the law "initially because of concerns that such monitoring would drive sex offenders further underground. But he subsequently changed his tune."

Stringer was accused yesterday of voting in favor of a pro-pedophile group.












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