FL: Concerning the Registrants at the Tracks

As mentioned in a prior post; the ACLU filed it’s Appellate Brief on behalf of FAC and the 200+ registered citizens living alongside the railroad tracks at the corner of 79th Street and NW 36th Avenue in Miami.

Derek Logue of OnceFallen.com, who had traveled to Florida last week and visited the encampment initiated a post to which FAC replied. Since our reply contained a lot of information and could possibly be an action item for anyone (or group of people) who want to help these people, we’ve re-posted the information in this separate post. Full Article

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I hope ACLU with the help of FAC and associates can win the lawsuit this time around. 230 people on the street all in the same section is just plain ridiculous.

Derek, thank you for this post. I was afraid my comment a few days ago wouldn’t be noticed. I worry too whether you get enough financial contributions. Sending $100 to you today. I hope some CA RSOL members send something to you too.

Also, great work on the National sex offender job survey you just completed !

This is a True Example of how the registration process is failing society. What ever happened to compassion? Florida is failing. They have now passed extreme laws that almost make it impossible for RSO’s to function or become upstanding members of society. Now, everyone is suffering. Terrible