How is possible that a monster, a man who claimed that he has killed three boys and molested more than 200 others, was released with no parole monitoring system and is not required to register as a sex offender which means he is free to move around.

The man, Cary Jay Smith, 61, was convicted of a misdemeanor sexual offense involving a child and had to register as a sex offender in 1985, however that requirement expired and he was removed from the sex offender registry by the state of California in 2005.

Smith has repeatedly testified to having fantasies about raping and killing young boys and said he likes to be referred to as “RTK” which stands for “rape, torture, kill.”

He also claimed to have killed three boys and molested more than 200 others.

The psychopath was admitted to a psychiatric facility in 1999 after his wife came forward and showed authorities a letter Smith wrote describing sex acts (rape) he wanted to perform on a 7-year-old boy who lived in his Costa Mesa, CA neighborhood.

In 2020, the convicted child sex offender Smith was shockingly released from a California psychiatric facility after more than 20 years of incarceration.

Well, it did not take long for Smith to get himself back in trouble, which is typical for formerly incarcerated individuals in the CA prison system as reflected in the criminal’s high recidivism statistics.

The police arrested Smith in Phoenix on Wednesday after he used Facebook to contact the mother of one of his victims.

KOLD reported:

A convicted sex offender from California has been arrested in Phoenix after failing to register his Facebook and email accounts as required. The man has made national headlines, going by the name “Mr. RTK,” which means “rape, torture, and kill.”

Police arrested Cary Jay Smith, 61, Wednesday after he allegedly used social media to contact the mom of a 7-year-old boy he reportedly victimized. Officers found him at an apartment near 19th Avenue and Hatcher Road.

“I didn’t respond, I just let him be. Hoping he would keep doing it. I notified the attorneys out here,” Lynn Rinner, the mother of that 7-year-boy said.

Rinner said Smith stalked her son. She attended every hearing, hoping to keep him out of the community. The case dates back to 1999. He was released from that California psychiatric facility back in 2020. A controversial decision Rinner fought.

“It’s frustrating that he’s never been criminally convicted of anything and he more than deserves it. But the system has kept a back door approach to keep him locked up,” she said.

Court documents say Smith admitted contacting the woman several times and sending her messages saying he was “back around.” Smith told investigators he was upset about what the mother had said about him online and “he wanted her to think he was back in California” to scare her.

California has changed dramatically since I moved there in 1988, and none of them for good.

Those who live in walled and protected communities, politicians, continue to pass laws that favor the criminal over the victim, contributing to the spike in crime statewide.

When people ask, why are you leaving the Golden State too, all I have to do is ask them to read this story, it’s enough justification on its own.

Written By: Eric Thompson, host of the Eric Thompson Show.

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