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Judge Admits to Building Park to Banish Sex Offenders

Ryan Will, a homicide prosecutor with the 7th Circuit State Attorney’s Office who is running for Judge, admitted to the St. Augustine Record, that he helped communities install parks for the express purpose of banning persons required to register as sex offenders (who are subject to residency restrictions) from the area.

One of Will’s activities outside the courtroom is helping communities build parks in locations that use state law to keep sexual predators from moving into the neighborhood. Will led the effort to build the first one in his own neighborhood

What kind of Judge can this man possibly be if he admits to such a bias against a group of people and to taking such draconian action to banish them? Is this a person we want to appoint as a neutral arbitrator of the people?

According to the same article, he was once before reprimanded by the Florida Bar after he had “demeaned and ridiculed a defendant… by repeatedly calling him a crackhead.”

This is the last person we want standing in judgment of others! If you live in the areas comprising the 7th Judicial Circuit (Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns, and Volusia Counties in NE Florida) we strongly encourage you to contact your local media to make sure they know about this man’s character.

 

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