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FL: Florida sex offender registry: double-digit growth

More than a dozen people a day walk into the Orange County Sheriff’s Office and register as sex offenders. The county is home to more than 2,200 of them.

A recent study by researchers at the Florida Legislature found that the number of registered sex offenders living in Florida communities has increased 44 percent over the past 10 years. Full Article

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Best part of the entire article is the very last statement..”It makes me feel safer.” Exactly. If she doesn’t feel safe with offenders living in tents, in the woods, then how could she feel safe with repeat drug offenders living in homes in residential neighborhoods and near schools?

Most likely she is talking about the job security this ever increasing number of homeless registrants provides for her kind.
…at the expense of thousands being unemployed or underemployed because of the shaming list.
It is stealing an income from someone else who can’t defend himself to provide an income for your self.

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