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FL: FSCJ changes policy to restrict sex offenders, bar sex predators from campuses

Florida State College at Jacksonville has implemented a policy that mandates sex offenders go through an additional application process while baring sexual predators from enrolling. Full Article

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  1. cool CA RC

    What expert said this? and can this be verified? “Those people who have been deemed not able to be rehabilitated and could be a threat to facility and staff.”

  2. L. Mitaro

    Can you feel the love hate?

  3. Gerald

    Couldn’t they allow the predators to attend classes by being hobbled in chains and giving them a few more minutes between classes?

    • Timmr

      How ’bout putting them in the stocks with a sign listing their crimes. Always wondered when academia would turn out the light and follow the hordes back into the dark ages.

  4. Timmr

    They can see sex offenders everywhere, all the while the sea laps at their ankles and keeps getting higher.

  5. anonymously

    From the article, a Florida fearmonger said “Quite frankly, the only segment of the population that we have cut down access for is sexual predators,” she said. “Those people who have been deemed not able to be rehabilitated and could be a threat to facility and staff.”

    So if you were caught pissing twice on the side of the road that means you are deemed unable to be rehabilitated and are not just a threat to other students but now also faculty and staff. Florida is like Bizarro World. I don’t see how Florida Gov. Rick Scott expects any success in his courting of the California porn business to Florida ,due to California’s possible statewide porn condom mandate, when if someone on the porn set leaves a window open and some lookyloo neighbor can see inside, the whole cast could be on Florida’s SO registry and be subject to any unconstitutional add-on Rick Scott said he would be “honored” to sign into law that Lauren Book arbitrarily thinks up to punish Florida registrants and their families. My guess is Lauren Book will not be done with add-ons for the registry any time soon. Gov. Rick Scott reminds me of the Enos character on Dukes of Hazzard talking to Daisy Duke, if anyone remembers that tv show, with his being “honored” to sign her legislation.

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