Halloween can be a fun times for kids; however, in this day and age of predators and sex offenders … its “Trick or Treaters” beware. These days, a simple knock on a strangers door has far more consequences than in years past. The creatures and boogymen/women that answer the door may just not be wearing a costume but instead be real life predators. In Maryland, sex offenders homes will be marked by the use of the following pumpkin. Maryland, which began the program in 2005, is among a number of states placing Halloween restrictions on sex offenders. Of course as expected, the ACLU is defending sex offenders and challenging it. I guess the ACLU feels the need for sex offenders to pass out candy to little children.
Sex offenders in Maryland have begun receiving paper signs in the mail that read “No candy at this residence,” which they must post on their front doors or possibly face a parole violation.
The signs began arriving last week in the mailboxes of the about 1,200 violent and child-sex offenders across Maryland. The signs were accompanied by a letter explaining they must stay at home, turn off outside lights and not answer the door on Halloween.
Maryland is also distributing pamphlets statewide to warn families to stay away from homes with the pumpkin signs.
We say, the hell with the PC pumpkin sign above … this is the sign that needs to be placed out in front of a child molesters home to get rid of all the ambiguity.
Or this one.