NARSOL demands the end to state-sponsored facilitation of vigilante murders

On May 16, in Omaha, Nebraska, James Fairbanks went to the home of Mattieo Condoluci, an individual on the Nebraska Sex Offender Registry, and shot him to death. Fairbanks had identified Condoluci from the registry. He turned himself in and is awaiting charges.

This is a pattern we have seen played out over the years, registrants murdered by vigilantes using the online registry to find them. This is not the first time that NARSOL has demanded a cessation to this, and, sadly, we fear it will not be the last. See our press release that was distributed across the nation May 20 in response to this latest murder of a registered person.


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