Problem with someone in OH? Call them a sex offender...

...and Megan's Law registry kicks in without any proof or conviction. Don't worry, though. They can get off the public sex offender list in six years.

Link found on www.fark.com

And in the best Fark tradition -- What could possibly go wrong?

Plan gains to publicly identify accused
Ohio panel backs registry proposal

COLUMBUS - An Ohio legislative panel yesterday rubber-stamped an unprecedented process that would allow sex offenders to be publicly identified and tracked even if they've never been charged with a crime.

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