New state audit reveals troubling deficiency in sex offender screening

New information on how California handles its sex offenders has State Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher upset. He's the lawmaker who teamed up with the parents of Chelsea King to get Chelsea's Law passed in Sacramento. Gaps and oversights in the justice system allowed John Gardner to go free, and Fletcher, who fought to close those loopholes, believes sex offenders still aren't being properly screened.

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