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FL: Miami-Dade Sex Offender Homeless Encampment Reaches 250 People

The shame of Miami-Dade has reached a new level. The encampment of homeless sex offenders living alongside the railroad tracks on the street corner in a warehouse district in Miami-Dade county has reached two hundred fifty people. Full Article

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Situations like this reminds me how fortunate we are to have Janice fighting for our rights.

I can’t ever say it enough, thanks for everything that you do Janice.

We got lots of homeless here Honolulu. Mostly foreigners from Micronesia. I shouldn’t talk. My family grandparents foreigners too. AHH HA! Anyway, stupid politicians running Florida. Even when they have health hazard like zika virus, they still gotta make sex offender suffer. Who care pregnant women in camp. Lets see how much children rights people care when sex offender mama have child born with tiny head. Rights people say who care, mama sex offender anyways.

Not only zika, but now a storm that could develop into a hurricane is heading towards Florida.

And Sex Offenders in Florida aren’t allowed in Hurricane shelters either…and if you travel to that state for vacation as an SO you could end up on their registry for life even if your home state has a limited time requirement.

I am sure they are just trying to do everything possible, even unconstitutionally, to keep sex offenders out of their state and force their own to leave. I am surprised at how long it has gone on and not been successfully challenged by a half way decent lawyer.

Being national and all, can we strike up a fund to help these registrants in some way?

Timmr, I certainly understand the impulse to help out people who are victimized by the state. However, with extremely finite resources, I think we are far better served to be focusing on challenging the laws which create these depravities in the first place.

Sex offenders aren’t even good enough for hurricane shelters. Well gosh darn. I’d luv to be the fly on the wall when a FEMA emergency manager denies shelter to a offender ‘You see that ditch over there? Well go lie in it until after these 150 mph winds blow thru. Try to grab onto something tight while you’re at it…like a tree root or clump of dirt. You’d be just fine!

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