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The time is here for us to come together and protect our children. Our children are a gift from God and they are our future.

Who Was Megan?

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In July of 1994, Megan Kanka (age 7) was abducted from her home in Hamilton Township, New Jersey by Jesse Timmendequas, a twice-convicted sex offender who lived across the street from the Kanka home. Megan's death led to extreme public outrage when it was learned that Timmendequas had two previous sexual offense convictions, that he was on parole at the time of this third crime. This outrage and the continually lobbying by Megan's parents gradually transformed itself into the implementation of numerous so-called "Megan's Laws" throughout the United States and in the signing of a federal bill by President Clinton in 1996 requiring released sexual offenders to register with local police authorities and public notification of neighbors when a sexual offender moves into a community. Though the registration portion of these numerous laws have been upheld as being constitutional by various courts, the public notification portions continue to be challenged as constituting "extra punishment" by its opponents.

Mission

Each of us must decide whether we are going to be part of the problem (by ignoring the issue) or part of the solution. The lives of our children and their offspring depend on what we, as individuals are prepared to do about the epidemic of molestation.  

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