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FL: Proposed bills aim at tracking sex offenders for life

Some Florida lawmakers are pushing to require convicted sex offenders to wear monitoring devices for the rest of their lives. Even after the convicted offender completed the probation period, he or she would still have to wear or carry the electronic monitoring device under proposed bills SB 134 and HB 203. Full Article

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  1. mike

    Man these people are so f…ing crazy. They’ve already pushed people to homelessness and destitution and desperation now they’re going to male them wear monitors like wild animals and think they will be able to pay for them and charge them and so on. I tell ya people are going to lash out sooner or later people are going to get hurt because these idiots want to keep torturing people and boxing them in corners with no way out and nothing to lose.

    • Matt

      It’s only a matter of time. This will go nationwide. They have GPS chips implanted in dogs right now. Some day, the “elected representatives” will pass laws that require all RSO’s to be implanted with tracking chips for life. It’s coming. The only way to reverse it is to overturn Smith Vs. Doe in the Supreme Court.

      • Lance Mitaro

        Oh, I can almost guarantee you this will take place within the next 5 years. When technology becomes more affordable and available to the local sheriff’s offices, expect more “monitoring and tracking” gimmicks to come for easy PR stunts to the local sheeple. The mandatory biometric retina scans are on the horizon as well.

      • Ron

        We do not yet have GPS implantable chips! Google it.

        A common misconception is that microchips are GPS-tracking devices. This is not true-microchips are passive implants, activated only once your dog is found. In contrast, GPS devices are actively linked to real-time satellite receivers or cell-phone modems. Worn outside your dog’s body, GPS tracking devices, the size of a business card, transmit your dog’s exact locale-and even directions how to get there-back to you once you “call” or text the device.

        Read more: The Benefits and Drawbacks of GPS Dog Chips

      • GRR

        It could get way worse than GPS’s and chips. I good friend of mine is a high-tech engineer in the Silicon Valley. There is a portable device coming out within five years that will detect DNA. Device users will be able to detect if you’re a felon when you are standing next to them. I.E. the device user will be alerted when a felon is within ear shot.

  2. Robert Curtis

    Evil purely defined is this kind of action and law. There is no gray area. Plainly Black and White. Whoever is so blatantly blind or stupid to follow this should not be in charge even opening a door for someone. Has it really gotten that crazy or is it that the powers that be have so much technology that they can’t help but use it against people?

  3. Tired of hiding

    The government of the state of Florida make the Nazi party look like a church group! Unfreaking believable and of course, if passed will be immediately challenged.

    Next mandatory chipping so they can’t remove the device once it is embedded into their bodies!

    Again, I state as I have many times that I only hope that global warming will soon make the entire state of Florida vanish into the ocean!

  4. David

    Lance, Los Angeles County Sheriffs’ Department is already – at this time – collecting biometric data including retina scans. Look it up on the website of “Project Censored” – the most important and least reported news stories.

  5. Harry

    The evil spirit that is over the ISIS is the same spirit over these demons, in Florida.

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