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I don’t understand what the “Center for Missing Kids” has ANYTHING to do with sex offenders. What do missing kids have to do with someone who has to register for an offense classified under ‘sex crimes’, regardless of whether their offense had any actual contact or physical element involved?

Is this one of the ‘subtle’ ways in which ‘They’ keep the stupid and mindless propaganda going? It’s hard to give compassion to their cause when they throw everyone under the same ‘umbrella’.

If most people with a ‘sex offense’ , or even 15% of people, actually abducted, trafficked, violently assaulted children, then we would have soldiers on the streets here, not over in Afghanistan.

National average of registrants per 100,000 people:

Nationally: 268
California: 268

Just an observation…

Nothing but inaccurate lies. I am listed and counted on the Florida registry even though I have not step foot in the swamp of a state for well over a decade and a half.

Florida inflates their numbers by listing anyone who has EVER registered there for life! Yes, you read correctly. Go there for a week vacation and follow the law…you think that you will be removed because you only registered as a “visitor” well GUESS WHAT – you are listed for LIFE!

So if you get off the registry in your home state you will remain on Florida’s registry (and therefore listed on the national registry as well) FOR LIFE – you will NEVER be off of it.

If this is the case for you then you must join the upcoming class-action suit for those who are listed on the Florida registry but no longer live in Florida! Do it NOW and get your life back!

Info here: