So, the person that killed that girl was NOT a sex offender, so why aren't they pushing for a convicted murderer registry or a registry for all criminals?
Also, did you check their page? They are associating themselves with the criminal hacker group Anonymous, which should send up a red flag.
They are simply a list of growing vigilantes who like to target ex-sex offenders to help themselves get a vigilante business going, and to harass others. Harassing people on the registry is a crime, is it not?
Also, they like to be anonymous, but sex offenders can as well, they do not have to use real names, but keep it up, and you will force Facebook and other places to require photo ID and real names, then they cannot be anonymous anymore, and then, if they do this, be prosecuted for harassment.
And just because someone wears the "sex offender" label, doesn't mean they are using social networks to hunt down and harm kids, they use it just like everyone else does, to keep track of family and friends, so stop side stepping the constitution and others rights, without eliminating your rights as well. Hypocrites!
They also talk about not condoning the breaking of the Facebook policy (Exhibit #4), but, they apparently read only what they wanted to read, because just above the same rule they are talking about, it also states that the person will use their real name when creating a page of profile, so they are basically breaking the rules (Exhibit #1). Go figure! Also, we asked them about the rule that kids under 13 are not suppose to be on Facebook as well, and if they report those kids and get their pages closed, but they did not respond, as expected. They basically ignored us, and then posted what is in Exhibit #2, claiming they have media support, which I doubt. Just someone doing a story about them doesn't mean support. The other groups they mention are basically criminals like Anonymous, LulzSec and others.
They are also trying to volunteer to work for Perverted-Justice, another vigilante group, and will also be checking MySpace and Twitter (Exhibit #3).
Below are some snapshots to prove the above, before they deleted all our comments and blocked us from commenting, as we expected as well.