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Must Listen: FL Rep. Randy Fine agrees some sex offenders deserve relief from registration.

December 9, 2016

Listen to the following broadcast starting at 27 minutes into this radio show: http://wmmbam.iheart.com/media/play/27540095/ EXCELLENT points made by the...

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Florida Couple Learn Their Fates After Having Sex On The Beach

December 9, 2016

On Monday, the man convicted of having sex on a Florida beach was sentenced to two and a half years in prison. Jose Caballero and Elissa Alvarez were convicted in May of two...

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11th Circuit Rules against Miami-Dade’s request for a rehearing in SORR Challenge

December 8, 2016

Miami-Dade County requested a rehearing on FAC’s appeal (which we won) in our sex offender residency restriction challenge. The 11th Circuit, yesterday, denied...

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What is FAC all about?

December 7, 2016

For some, a group that is perceived to advocate on behalf of “sex offenders” can be a confusing concept. To be absolutely clear, the Florida Action Committee condemns...

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Sex Offender on Oxygen Forced to Move into Tent in Woods Because of Insane Residency Restrictions

December 7, 2016

Steven Larry Folster has severe respiratory problems and is supposed to spend eight hours a day on oxygen. Unfortunately, he has just been forced to move into a tent in the...

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After Court Ruling, FDLE Seeks Legislative Help To Clarify Sex Offender ‘Internet Identifier’ Law

December 7, 2016

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement wants to revise a law further cracking down on sex offenders that was slated to take effect a couple months ago. Among the law’s...

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Holiday Support Post

December 6, 2016

If the holidays, or anything you are dealing with, have you depressed, reach out. Below you are free to share, anonymously, with others who are where you are or have been where...

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The Dobbs Wire: Indiana federal court WIN

December 3, 2016

An Indiana win!  Hartford City, IN (population around 6,000) has an ordinance which sets up banishment zones for registrants, areas where individuals on the sex offense registry...

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4th Circuit strikes down North Carolina residency/movement restrictions on sex offenders

December 2, 2016

In an important decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit on Wednesday struck down [Doe v. Cooper — opinion posted here] as unconstitutional under the First...

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The Dobbs Wire: Federal appeals court WIN in North Carolina case

December 2, 2016

A win in North Carolina!  Yesterday a federal appeals court turned thumbs down on major parts of a North Carolina law which set up banishment zones for registrants, areas where...

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AL: JeffCo man feels targeted after home set on fire

November 30, 2016

JEFFERSON COUNTY, AL (WBRC) – Investigators are still looking for answers after a fire broke out on Thanksgiving Day near the back door of a home on 10th Street in...

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OH: Proposal would Lessen Penalties for Some Sex Offenders

November 29, 2016

BEAVERCREEK Having sex with his now wife and the mother of his three children when she was a 14-year-old high school freshman earned Josh Strader a label he’s found impossible to...

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Double jeopardy in Perdido doctor sex case

November 29, 2016

A former family doctor at Perdido Bay Family Care, was arrested in January 2014 after he used Craigslist and text messages to arrange sexual intercourse with an individual he...

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Proposal to amend sex offender law in Cape Coral

November 23, 2016

CAPE CORAL – Cape Coral is working on changing a law to make the city’s children safer from sex offenders. The plan involves changing the definition of parks,...

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Update on RTAG Trip to Washington DC

November 23, 2016

The following were notes from Registrant Travel Action Group (RTAG – registranttag.org) trip to Washington, D.C.   On November 14th,  traveled to DC with the following...

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CA: Parent sues school district over denied access

November 22, 2016

A father of a Grossmont Union High School District student is suing the district for refusing him access to his child’s school because he is a registered sex offender. The...

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The challenge of elderly sex offenders

November 21, 2016

By the time deputies arrested Thomas Bernard Brown for failing to register as a sexual predator, he had built up a 10-year record of consistent registration in Marion County....

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CBS12 continues feud with sex offenders

November 18, 2016

Today, CBS12 put out another scare piece that begins, “Our schools and playgrounds have become a home for sex offenders.” With no shortage of inflammatory statements,...

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Call to Action: CBS12 Edits Story in Response to FAC Push Back

November 17, 2016

The turd of a news piece put out by CBS12 on Monday, entitled “Why are Sex Offenders Allowed Online?” has been edited on their site. If you monitor our website, you...

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There’s Now Hard Evidence that Registries and Residency Restrictions Increase Re-offense Rates

November 17, 2016

With the election of Donald Trump, reporters who follow criminal justice reform expect a harder line on issues of crime and sentencing. Trump ran as a law-and-order President who...

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