Reason #4: Considered Releasing A Terrifying Sex Offender
Stop The Incompetence. Stop Mark Dayton.
If only this had been a harmless Halloween stunt, but it wasn’t. A year ago Mark Dayton’s administration terrified many when it considered releasing a sex offender who had raped 60 women.
Reason #4: Considered releasing a terrifying sex offender
Check out the facts:
- Dayton’s Department of Human Services Commissioner, Lucinda Jesson recommended releasing Thomas Duvall from Minnesota’s State Sex Offender Program back into the public, and as the process began to unfold Dayton supported her. (Kare 11, 11/6/13)
- Duvall’s history is horrific. “In 1978, Duvall was convicted of raping a 17-year-old girl; Five months after his parole he tried to abduct a woman at knifepoint; three days after his release for that crime; he sexually assaulted two girls, ages 14 and 15 and was sent back to jail. Twelve days after being released for that…
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