Third Letter to the Salvation Army
My dear neighbours, instead of asking for any one’s convictions, you should better ask, if some one or some thing seduces him to do some thing wrong. But this question and its answers should be private not for your interstate accessible computer system.
Many convicted have been prisoners and may be more vulnerable to seduction than so called free and respectable souls without convictions.
But there are more or less not yet convicted who are same or even more vulnerable like those who paid by having been punished.
And of course every soul and community may take provisions to minimise these risk of repeated crime.
But only our judges have to now the conviction for future sentences. No other soul should have the right to ask for it!
You should share my religious conviction now!