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FL: Police Move Remaining Homeless Sex Offenders Out Of Encampment

[nbcmiami.com 5/12/18]

All of the homeless sex offenders living in a make-shift encampment in northwest Miami-Dade have been moved out of the area, police say.

Dozens of sex offenders and predators were residing in tents near NW 71st Street and 36th Avenue due to a Miami-Dade ordinance that required registered sex offenders to live about 2500 feet away from schools and child-care centers. The make-shift homes are within those parameters, but the Florida Department of Health determined the homes were a health hazard and unsanitary living spaces.

“At night, there’s rats everywhere,” one resident said. “They crawl on your face, and when it rains you get soaked. It’s a very, very bad place. And now, to be evicted, it’s even worse.”

Alvaro Zabaleta, detective with the Miami-Dade Police Department, said officers have been communicating with the residents for more than 45 days about impending eviction.

“[…] Now they have to move, and we cannot tell them where to go,” he said.

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They have a more nefarious form of entitlement. They think, ‘I am so much better than you, and you must be lower than me. You must be submissive to me. You are not entitled to the same things as me.’
Joe Navarro, former FBI profiler, on why people prey on others.

Navarro, who spent years studying human behavior and criminals and is the author of “Dangerous Personalities,” says about 1% of the population could be classified as psychopaths, and about 4% have anti-social tendencies.

Funny how a FBI profilers comments on dangerous people is actually quite fitting in this situation with the government.

Nothing like making a bad situation worse, and the idiot calls them predators. If they are predators why aren’t they being arrested for violating probation, and how would the author know they were predators unless he was out lurking around following them. That is peculiar behavior for the writer of a rightwing tabloid.

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