Charlotte Observer Confirms Beasley Prefers No GPS Tracking for Pedophiles | Eastern North Carolina Now | In case you missed it in the midst of Hurricane Ian, the Charlotte Observer dropped a fact check on Friday confirming that Cheri Beasley believes that convicted sex criminals with MULTIPLE offenses should not be required to have lifelong GPS monitoring.

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    In case you missed it in the midst of Hurricane Ian, the Charlotte Observer dropped a fact check on Friday confirming that Cheri Beasley believes that convicted sex criminals with MULTIPLE offenses should not be required to have lifelong GPS monitoring.

    The Observer fact checked a television ad detailing the horrific case of Torrey Grady, a pedophile who forced anal sex on 7-year-old boy and, later while out on probation for the first horrific crime, impregnated a 15-year-old girl. His convictions qualified him for lifetime GPS tracking under a bipartisan state law. But, as Chief Justice, Cheri Beasley felt the lifetime tracking violated Grady's right to privacy.

    That's right. Cheri Beasley was more concerned about the pedophile's privacy than she was about making sure law enforcement officers have every means possible to track the pedophile and keep our children safe from a monster.

    Cheri Beasley's position was so radical, she was actually to the fringe left of Democrat Attorney General Josh Stein, who's office pushed to continue Grady's GPS monitoring.

    By the way, if you're a parent, please be advised, Grady was released from prison a few weeks ago so he's roaming around now. Maybe he's even hanging out at your kid's favorite playground? Who knows? We don't know thanks to Cheri Beasley.

    A pedophile might be tracking your children, but the police can't GPS track the pedophile thanks to Cheri Beasley.


   Contact: Jonathan Felts
   Email: jdf@TedBudd.com
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