The Lafayette Parks Department had permanently barred the former inmate after discovering he had visited a park in January 2000 and thought about having sexual contact with children playing.
<He admitted to going to the park to think about sex with children>.
This is sticky. Where do the rights of those who have paid their debt to society end, and where does the protection of children begin?
This will no doubt appealed. I look forward to seeing this appealed.
The benefit of legal doubt goes to children. This guy has no place in parks. I realize it's sticky constitutionally. All the same, I personally want him gone.