Those retroactively added to the sex offender list are looking to counterterrorism lawmakers for a reprieve

Connecticut residents who were convicted of sex crimes before the state published its list of sex offenders want their names removed. They say it is like serving a “second sentence” that they were not aware of when they were sentenced.

WSHU Ebong Udoma speak with CT Mirror Jayden Edison To discuss his article, “‘Just Existing, Not Living’: CT Residents Retroactively Added to Sex Offender Registry for Exoneration,” as part of the collaborative podcast Long Story Short.

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