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FL: FAC Sues Seminole County, Florida over Sex Offender Exclusion Zones Ordinance

The Florida Action Committee (FAC) has sued Seminole County and its Sheriff over the County’s proximity ordinance, which prohibits certain registered sexual offenders and predators from traveling through or being present within “exclusion zones” that encompass most of the County. The problem is that the zones are so broad and so vague that law abiding registered citizens cannot comply with the ordinance. Full Article

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    Florida is following suit with California.

    Also, from the same site, they have an article on the Iowa 20 year anniversary of the registry. Conclusion: effectiveness not seen. It was posted on their site on Sept 13th, 2015. Here’s the link:

    http://floridaactioncommittee.org/on-20-year-anniversary-of-ia-registry-effectiveness-not-seen/

    That’s got to be a huge revelation! I’d like to see the actual report on that. Compile that information with California’s CDCR of 99% of registered parolees do not re-offend for another sex crime. All these facts all point to the same conclusion: Registration does not do what it proposes it does.

    Not to mention the unconstitutionality – it is a punishment as Alaska, Oklahoma, and Ca have used the Ex Post Facto to determine the current registration is “extra punishment” to help win its case to no longer register. If the current registration is considered “extra punishment”, then it is, in fact, punishment.

    20 years is a long track record. Lots a good info here. = )

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