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Some out-of-state decisions shed hope – while others don’t.

May 2, 2016

While Florida continues down an irrational path, some states have come out with opinions recently that have shown a bit more reasonableness when it comes to sex offender...

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Internet Identifiers and the constitution

April 29, 2016

Laws are having a difficult time catching up with the times and when legislators try to create legislation to update them, sometimes their ignorance of technology creates more...

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How America treats its sex offenders is deeply, morally complex

April 29, 2016

When she was an adolescent, Lauren Book was sexually, physically and emotionally tortured by her nanny for six years. Her abuser’s name will be forever included on a publicly...

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David Post: In a single day, the Kansas Supreme Court issues important constitutional opinions — and overrules them

April 28, 2016

I’m not sure I’ve ever seen anything quite like it. On Friday the Kansas Supreme Court issued decisions in three cases — State v. Buser, State v. Redmond and Doe v. Thompson —...

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Hastert Gets 15 Months in Prison

April 28, 2016

Still a “slap on the wrist” from the perspective of most reading this, but former Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert received a 15 month sentence for the financial...

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Proposed bill requires landlords to notify tenants if registered sex offenders work on property

April 28, 2016

SUBURBAN BOCA RATON – A South Florida mother hopes close a loophole she says puts kids in danger. The property manager at her apartment was convicted of sexually assaulting...

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‘Untouchable’ Questions the Unspeakable Truth

April 22, 2016

“Untouchable” is the kind of movie that stays with you long after the credits roll and the lights come on in the theater. It’s a documentary that makes each audience member...

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‘Sexual Predator’ Ex-Prosecutor Admits Guilt in Federal Case

April 21, 2016

A former Louisiana district attorney solicited sex from at least 20 women in exchange for offering favorable treatment from his office, authorities said Wednesday after the...

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CANCELLED: Pasco to hold meeting regarding Residency Restrictions

April 20, 2016

This meeting was cancelled… Wonder why? NOTICE OF SPECIAL ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION Notice is hereby given of an Attorney-Client session, pursuant to Section...

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Wisconsin sex offenders branded for life

April 19, 2016

Sean Erickson is a convicted sex offender who cannot escape his past. The 44-year-old Fond du Lac man served five years in prison for sexually assaulting a former girlfriend in...

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NIMBY in North Florida

April 19, 2016

Below is an excerpt from the Tallahassee Democrat, which makes a strong point:   Urban planners and developers have an acronym, “NIMBY,” that describes important...

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Job Opportunity

April 18, 2016

Hello, affiliates. I started a company called HomePro. One of the main reasons for starting this company was to provide an opportunity for those who are struggling to find work....

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Janice’s Journal: IML – Court Denies Request for Preliminary Injunction

April 13, 2016

Today the dragon won.  That is, the federal government was given permission to continue its implementation of the International Megan’s Law (IML). The U.S. District Court in the...

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MUST READ: Hastert is a Hypocrite, Says Sex Registry Reform Group

April 13, 2016

Decades after Dennis Hastert’s alleged sexual abuse of high school wrestlers he coached, the then-Speaker of the House helped pass a tough-on-sex-crimes law known as the Adam...

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The Effects of Coercive Chemical Castration on Human Rights

April 12, 2016

The Use of Coercive Chemical Castration and Its Impacts on Human Rights Prevailing medical ethics and human rights have ruled that human dignity, human rights, and fundamental...

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Vigilante’s sentence defies reason

April 12, 2016

Last month we posted this article about a man who looked up registrants on the Megan’s Shaming List, showed up at a random victim’s doorstep, and when the registered...

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FAC Requests Clarification from FDLE on the New “Internet Identifier” Definition

April 12, 2016

The Florida Action Committee sent this letter to the FDLE today seeking guidance on the new internet identifier requirement so that we can provide correct information to our...

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Take the Once Fallen Police Compliance Check Survey

April 12, 2016

https://eSurv.org?s=LCHKFH_2a407aff Dear registrant or loved one of a registrant, Perhaps one of the most stressful experiences we face as those forced to register as “sex...

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FAC Sends Letter to Judge Regarding Dennis Hastert Sentencing

April 11, 2016

Below is the text of a letter from FAC to Dennis Hastert’s sentencing judge.   April 11, 2016   Honorable Thomas M. Durkin US District Court Judge Northern...

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MUST LISTEN: US sex offenders – crime and consequences

April 11, 2016

Ron Book is one of the most powerful lobbyists in Florida – the archetypal Mr Fixit for those with the money and means to get laws changed and causes promoted. But when he...

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