The American justice system prides itself on meting out impartial justice to offenders...but where's the fun in that? Peer down the rabbit hole of vigilantism, with FelonSpy.
Spy's a new database-o'-criminalia that apprises you of ex-cons in your 'hood via a handy GMap, narrated in a refreshingly disturbing tone that'll help you appreciate just "how...protective you should be of your un-raped genitals". Just type in your address, and up'll pop publicly posted lawbreakers (e.g., "attempted use of a child in a sexual performance"), as well as more difficult-to-pin offenders -- perpetrators of everything from vehicular assault, to arson, to "menacing", which amazingly, Nancy Grace has yet to be convicted of. The fanatical rhetoric might lead you to believe the site's a hoax*: Spy encourages everyone to get in on the act by reporting known criminals to them, and always carrying a "video camera, pepper spray, and a concealed pistol" -- exactly what you're already toting around in your quest to out-crazy those Jackass guys.
Regarding the inevitable legality questions, Spy exonerates themselves by claiming all posted data is publicly available, even though it may not be "official, nor legally binding" due to incomplete or outdated records -- but that's fine, because if there's no chance of accidentally killing an innocent man, what's vigilante justice for anyway?