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OH: Public housing residents illegally allowed registered sex offenders to live with them

CLEVELAND, Ohio – More than two dozen men and women who illegally allowed registered sex offenders to live with them in federally subsidized housing have been charged with theft and tampering with records, the Cuyahoga County prosecutor’s office said Monday.

Each of the 27 defendants were charged with theft and the grand jury indictments also include 89 counts of tampering with records. Full Article

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I wonder if they allow former drug dealers, wife/child abusers, gang members, car thieves, bank robbers, etc to live in their government housing?

Did any of these sex offenders commit new crimes while living in the public housing? Any burglaries, robberies, sex crimes, or violence? If they had done any of that surely the article would have mentioned it. So the presumption must be, they were living there peacefully and not causing problems. Leave them alone, government has caused them enough trouble.

“The 27 defendants face from one to seven felony counts each. They are:_______”
This stuff boils my blood. Not only do the poor families of these former offenders loose affordable housing, and face criminal penalties, but their names are published in this scum bag of a newspaper for no other purpose than to shame.

I see this as less value for our American Tax dollar, just Like Equal access African Americans got with schools. I think it could be won in court.

I will venture to say OH and the feds were still collecting all the taxes from these people that is used to sub this housing. What with the newspaper convicting w/o trial?

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x