Maine Court puts needed halt on sex offender hysteria

September 29, 2007
Portland Press Herald

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The home of William Elliot of Corinth, the day after he was murdered by a stranger, who found him through the state's sex offender registry.

Pillory was the name of a punishment device used in Colonial times. Usually made from two hinged boards with holes cut for the head and hands, this technical upgrade to the stocks was
used to expose convicts to public scorn.
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