“I am completely appalled at this decision,” Rubinstein said. “I think the criminal justice system completely failed here.”
The news was concerning to many residents who reached out to Kathi Raley, who serves as the Victim Assistance Coordinator at the District Attorney’s Office according to KREX.
“Several voicemails from mothers of victims who legitimately are fearful for their children and their children’s safety,” she said.
Many people posted photos of McFadden on social media hoping to spread the word and make people aware that a sex offender could be living in their neighborhood.
His current whereabouts are unknown, but many believe he will harm children in the future. He had prior convictions for sexual offenses, but because they happened before Colorado created a sex offender registry, he is not required to be on the list.
Photo: Colorado Department of Corrections