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Sometimes you have to pay people who disgust you; however, if they meet the disability criteria, they should get benefits.
The issue is the definition of confinement. In these cases it appears that someone assumed that since the convicted felons had been released from prison they were eligible to have their benefits resumed. However, under their conditions they continue to meet the definition of confinement and should remain in suspense. This situation may very well apply to other convicted felons. Looking at sexual predators was OIG's way of sensationalizing the issue and drawing attention to it.
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