Texas Man Kept On 'Improper' Sex-Offender Restrictions

Posted on July 14th, 2010 No Comments

The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles has voted to keep a convicted child killer on sex-offender restrictions, though he was not convicted of a sex crime.

According to officials with the board, Raul Meza is a continuing threat to society “by reason of lack of sexual control.” The board voted 3-0 to limit Meza’s movements and keep him confined in a Travis County jail.

Meza was convicted of killing 8 year-old Kendra Page in 1982 and was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

A federal appeals court ruled, in May, Texas improperly placed sex-offender restrictions on thousands of parolees including Meza.

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