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FL: Arsonist burns down accused child molesters Pasco County home

The home of a Pasco County man accused of molesting a 7-year-old girl caught fire Thursday morning, and investigators say arson is to blame. Full Article

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  1. Sam

    This is just the kind of mob mentality that puts us in danger. It reminds me of when someone tried burning my house down in Michigan when I was sleeping in it. Cops didn’t do shit when I tried to report it.

    Not sure how it is now there but they made my life a living hell on top of my neighbors. From getting pulled over everyday putting me in cuffs and tearing my car apart for no reason, to getting me fired from 3 different jobs.

    Neighbors were worse setting their dogs loose on me, shooting at me, (once got hit in the leg with a 22 short) and random times I’d come out and someone had spray painted baby raper or some other shit on my house and car.

    I gained a major dislike for the state of Michigan and all of the police there. The registry didn’t stop me from committing a new crime. I did that on my own. All it did was put my family and friends in danger because they were associated with me. And almost cost me my life several times.

    • America's Most Hated

      Sam,

      Could you consider getting those police reports to send to Janice as examples of how it endangers people on the registry? I’m certain there are often events like this that never make the news and are therefore difficult for a legal team to research.

      What good is a registry to “save the children” if the registry itself in fact causes violence?

      • Sam

        I would love to but seeing as the wonderful Michigan police refused to file anything and the occurrences happens from 2008-2013 I doubt I could get them. All that’s left of my old house is an empty lot now as well.

        • Eric Knight

          This is a general warning and recommendation: Whenever you are harassed or otherwise victimized because of your registrant status, ALWAYS file a police report, and ALWAYS get written confirmation and complete copy of each complaint. Once done, scan it to your computer and send a copy of the complaint to a trusted friend or family member. In addition, use a cloud service like Google Drive to store the complaint as well. Do this for every complaint. This way you have verifiable, documentable, impossible-to-contradict history of all abuses and police negligence.

          • Sam

            I wish someone had given me that advice years ago when everything was still going on.

            The hard part of this for many of those still on paper is that some local laws may forbid them from accessing the internet, computer, or even a smart phone regardless of if their crime was computer related.

  2. Agamemnon

    …but of course, a public registry isn’t “punishment.”

  3. AJ

    Hopefully they rebuild right back where they were.

  4. T

    Vigilantes that bear no shame for what they do are no less evil people than someone accused of sexual crime.

  5. USA

    Well

    I’m not sure what to say. This is a byproduct of how Florida has chosen to portray offenders! Yet, this individual hasn’t been convicted. I don’t know about you, but there (CNN) isn’t a week that goes by where I don’t read about a teacher molesting, sexting or having an affair with a minor! Yet, states like Florida demonize those on the registry. I think it’s a byproduct of society. You can’t open up a magazine or watch TV now without seeing sexual content, yet we demonize those who cross the line.

  6. C

    Video cameras people. Video cameras. And not the kind mounted up high that just verify what you already know happened, but the hi-res kind mounted at an elevation that can capture faces and license plates, with the video saved to the cloud, not locally where not can be stolen or torched.

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