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FAC YouTube video channel includes ACSOL members and other notables


Florida Action Committee has a YouTube channel that posts facts and disputes myths regarding those convicted of a sex offense, and includes many notable people. Feel free to subscribe to their channel.

I highly recommend you watch ACSOL board member Ira Ellman’s video on his topic of “Frightening and High is a Myth“, which is less than 10 minutes long.

– Janice

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Thanks for recco @ACSOL. That video is short and succinct with the data needed to get out the word of the SCOTUS error.

Why can’t I travel to Canada? My conviction for possession of CP was 15 years ago and the anonymous “victim” was, according to the prosecution 16 years old. I have read the the “legal age” in Canada is 16, so what I did wouldn’t be crime in Canada.

Canada does not allow anyone convicted of a sex offense into the country.

Disgusted in Michigan… Canada will not let you in to their country if you have any kind of felony conviction on your record. Assault CSC or DUI, ET see. You can apply for a permanent or temporary residency permit depending on how long it has been since your felony conviction.

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