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Hundreds of homeless sex offenders expected as city ordinances pose problems [WITH FAC COMMENT]

April 24, 2015

[FAC COMMENT: IT'S REFRESHING TO READ AN ARTICLE THAT CONTAINS AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT THAT RESIDENCY RESTRICTIONS 'POSE PROBLEMS'. AFTER ALL, THESE RESIDENCY RESTRICTIONS WERE PASSED...

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The Steve Wilkos Show – Our Son Is A Sex Offender

April 23, 2015

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Sex offender surprises Pasco County commissioners with emotional plea

April 22, 2015

NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. - Sex offenders moving to Pasco County will soon have major restrictions as to where they can live. That’s after a new tougher county ordinance was passed...

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Marco Island makes it harder for sex offenders to move-in

April 21, 2015

How misinformed can people be? __________   COLLIER COUNTY, FL - It's about to get harder for sex offenders to move to Marco Island. Monday night city councilors voted 7-0...

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Sex offenders registry may put man back in prison for offence committed as child

April 21, 2015

Aged 12, Josh Gravens committed a sex-related felony. Charged with failing to update his register details, he now, aged 28, faces a possible 25 years to life in jail Josh Gravens...

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Sexual predator gets second chance, now faces 14 new charges

April 20, 2015

The following story appearing in yesterday's Tampa Bay Times is exactly the type of story that enrages community members. A multi-time repeat sex offender is released after...

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FSCJ changes policy to restrict sex offenders, bar sex predators from campuses

April 19, 2015

Florida State College at Jacksonville has implemented a policy that mandates sex offenders go through an additional application process while baring sexual predators from...

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One Survivor’s Crusade Reveals a Plague of Errors in Nation’s Sex Offender Registries

April 19, 2015

Estimates of the number of entries with crucial mistakes run into the tens of thousands. One man—and pretty much only one man—is trying to fix them. Tim Fisher steps slowly up...

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Advocates Fight for Sex Offender Rights With Lawsuit

April 17, 2015

KUDOS TO W.A.R.!!!! ____________   As New Times discovered earlier this year, there isn't a subject touchier than the laws outlining the rights — or lack thereof — of sex...

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The Overpolicing of American Sex

April 16, 2015

The following appeared in AlJazeera   Rape and sexual assault often do not get the police attention they deserve in the United States, whether on college campuses, in the...

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FAC Requests Clarification from FDLE on Vehicle Registration

April 16, 2015

The following letter was sent from FAC to the FDLE. ----------   To Whom It May Concern:   Last year, the Florida legislature passed a series of laws governing sex...

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How Irresponsible Reporting Perpetuates False Fear

April 16, 2015

The title of this report out of Pennsylvania says, "6 sex offenders arrested under ‘Operation Eagle Eye’ after unannounced Megan’s Law compliance checks" Apparently, "The U.S....

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A “free range” family fights back: “The police coerced our children into the back of a patrol car”

April 16, 2015

Maryland parents Danielle and Alexander Meitiv say they’re afraid of their children being snatched away from them. They are not, however, concerned about the ominous threat of...

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International Travel: Another HOT Topic

April 16, 2015

Once this legislative session is over, we will have some time to focus on another hot button topic which has emerged recently; International Travel. During last legislative...

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Lifetime Monitoring Bill: What happened?

April 15, 2015

Yesterday, the Senate Criminal Justice Committee was supposed to hear testimony on SB 134, the "Lifetime Monitoring Bill". Last week, though there was discussion on the bill, it...

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Lake County Homeless sex offender arrested for not charging GPS ankle monitor

April 15, 2015

Have you ever had your cell phone battery die at an inopportune time? Let's say you were out in meetings all day, need to be home for dinner or your wife will give you a hard...

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St. Augustine looks to add beaches to “exclusionary zones”

April 13, 2015

Again... you have to wonder how many issues are taking place or have EVER taken place on a beach which would cause these politicians to consider passing ordinances. From the...

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Senate Criminal Justice Subcommittee to Meet today at 4PM

April 13, 2015

The first item on the Agenda for today's Senate Criminal Justice Subcommittee meeting at 4, will be the "Lifetime Monitoring Bill" Gail will be there and plans on testifying. For...

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Lifetime GPS Bill Gets Further Consideration

April 10, 2015

The Florida Legislative Sites; myfloridahouse.gov and flsenate.gov can offer some useful public information on the status of Bills. Since those affecting registrants are on our...

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Plea allows teacher to avoid prison, sex-offender registry

April 10, 2015

Here's the fact: A 32 year old teacher in Hahnville, LA has sex with their 16 year old student. Ordinarily this person would get 20 years in prison and probably some extra time...

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