Section 17 of the Pennsylvania Constitution reads: For example, one cannot be arrested today based upon a new law if the actions of that individual were legal during the time the actions were taken.
Additionally, if an individual were sentenced to the maximum term of 10 years of imprisonment for a crime in 1999, and in 2002 the maximum sentence for that crime changed to 20 years, the sentence of that individual cannot be changed retroactively to conform to the new law.
For some reason, this apparently painted a bulls-eye on his back, because this person then got bullied relentlessly by the girl and a few of her cohorts. (For the record, after reviewing the chat logs, we found other examples of the same exact thing happening with this group to other newcomers. If we find good evidence and reason to warn or ban the reported person, we will make that happen. Orgasmanic is a community-oriented site dedicated to masturbation, orgasms and... all devoted to helping each other get off in new and exciting ways. All of these sections are accessible by clicking on the menubar at the top of each page.
The bullied person actually took it quite well (maybe he didn't understand all the things they were saying to him? But the things they said to him were like kids in a schoolyard. Also for the record, arbitrarily calling a newbie -- who most likely is in the process of learning how our chat works -- a "troll" does not make it OK to treat them like that.) Let me make this clear: We do not allow bullying here. If you think someone is breaking a rule or treating someone wrong, you should report them (screenshot here). I know human nature is to go Dirty Harry on someone you think is doing wrong, especially when it's online and there are no apparent repercussions. FYI, the member pic gallery, member profiles, chat room and some of the forum boards are for members only.
The purpose of this article is to educate you all about why these new laws may or may not ultimately be determined to be illegal.
The United States Constitution, as well as the Pennsylvania Constitution, contain clauses that prevent legal consequences from being changed retroactively.
The Court cited the various new requirements, and also stated two other factors that influenced their decision: 1) the procedures for registration and classification of sex offenders were placed within Ohio's criminal code, and 2) failure to comply with certain registration requirements subjected an offender to criminal prosecution. 10, as applied to defendants who committed sex offenses prior to its enactment, violates Section 28, Article II of the Ohio Constitution, which prohibits the General Assembly from passing retroactive laws." A video of the oral argument that was administered prior to the decision is below.
In other states, the high courts have upheld the new laws.
But you see, we have found that that typically just causes escalating nonsense that can get totally out of control. But not to worry, registration here is free and fairly painless!
And before you know it, we have a full-fledged civil war, with everyone forced to choose which side they're on, often without knowing all -- or ANY -- of the real facts. Here's more info on some of the stuff you'll find here at Orgasmanic: PROFILES: Click on someone's name to see their profile, view their pics, learn more about them, and even send them a private message (PM).
Someone new came into O chat the other day (English was not their native language btw).
After chatting a bit, this guy asked a girl if he could view her. We have forums, a photo gallery, a webcam-enabled chat room and more... ) and will give you access to member profiles, private member photos, private messenging, our chat room... Orgasmanic consists of a forum, member pic gallery, shoutbox and audio/video chat room, among other things I cover each of these in more detail below.
For most, it's probably hard to grasp how such laws could be legal.