Helping Florida’s sex offenders: “Somebody has to do it.”

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      Sandy Rozek
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        By Steve Yoder . . . Baptist minister Glenn Burns calls the evening of April 7, 2016, the “crucifixion.” It was the toughest test of his 40-yea
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      Maestro

      •Since then, Ron Book has made it his mission to keep anyone convicted of a sex crime away from kids•

      Yeah sure, Ron, we all see how that helped YOUR daughter. I’m quite positive Mr. Book did a background check and this nanny came up clean. So…background checks = bullshit.
      They don’t tell you the FUTURE of the person you’re hiring. Keeping “convicted” sex offenders away from kids didn’t stop an un-convicted woman from committing a sex offense against HIS kid did it? Nnnnnnnope!

      •“I’m very sensitive to the perspective of the victims and their families. I get it,” he says. “But a hopeless person is a dangerous person.”•

      So anyone who gets convicted of what a legislative team deems an “offense” is somehow dangerous? I don’t like when we keep kissing the asses of the law makers and the general public by saying what they WANT to hear. We need to start saying what they NEED to be told.
      If the legislature decided to make scratching an itch on your crotch a “sexual” offense, does that mean people who scratch their itch are dangerous?

      •Adam says that he downloaded a lot of illegal songs and movies. In March 2015, he downloaded a file that he says turned out to show two girls, 14 and 15, on a bed, clothed but kissing•

      Now THERE’S a “dangerous” fellow!

      •The probation officers she’s spoken to say they’re happy•

      The probation officers need to shut up. In many states that don’t have state restrictions for sex offenders, it’s the probation conditions that make people homeless and struggle.
      I don’t want to hear from probation officers unless they’re going to be honest and admit that in many cases they are part of the problem. But who expects honesty from an agent of law enforcement? I damn sure don’t.

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      Trish

      @maestro
      I like what you say, because, ….guess who keeps the cycle of violence going? The Victimhood culture! It is a good solution for probation offices, because they get paid! And the ex offender gets sheeeet on..! …draaaaaged through the legal grind ! This answer only gives bare bones, actually does not do that in my opinion, this outside prison is worse! You can’t move forward, you must always convince and prove somehow, over and over again….You really are a safe person! All the people in this story are idiots….! There is not one person in their right mind can truly say looking at these pictures = the danger level these Idiots speak of ! HELLO!

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        lou Fowler

        This Ron Book person is the Chairman of the agency responsible for the homeless in Miami and Dade County. He is also the main obstacle to any registrant living there who is trying to survive and overcome this tyrants self appointed oppression. He fits the true definition of a sadistic asshole who profits from the unfortunate molestation of his daughter by someone who was not on the registry.

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      T

      Registrants in Florida are denied housing, jobs, medical care, and international travel, shelter during natural disasters, and are being used as scapegoats through propaganda of the “frightening high recidivism” and other sexual criminal activities and they are denied the basic human rights for the things they’ve done in the past that they will hardly do again. Shouldn’t this be a consider violation of humanitarian law and hold these politicians accountable for corruption and passing sex offender registry laws that are unconstitutional.

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      linda mansfield

      I agree someone needs to help them. They are not all bad people. Murderers have a better chance of getting a job than a sex offender! Some make one mistake and it ruins them for life. If they have done it over and over, I get it. But, if they were arrested one time for it and has never gotten arrested again, and has proven to be a good person who just made a mistake..give them a chance at a good life! They are going to have to ge illegal idenification just to get a job! That is what is gonna happen. Or they will committ suicide because they see no way out! And then whose fault is it…Its societys fault. Michael jackson got away with it because of his money and status. People bought his records and went and saw him even though he was doing it all the time. Not once, not twice, but alot and noone banished him. So sad!

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      Nicole

      My fiance’ was part of a sting operation. A victimless crime. 23 at the time talking to a supposed 14-year-old on Craigslist and didn’t know that they were “14” until having a conversation (the ad description didn’t say 14). Spent two years in prison and is required to register for life. The officer that does compliance checks comes every few months and it’s ridiculous when he comes at 7:30 at night and we aren’t home or at 7 AM when we are at work and the cop says he could spend up to 5 years in prison if he isn’t there when he checks in… What gives?? Is he supposed to be under house arrest, live his life holed up in the house all day and all night so that he can be seen? How does this help anyone? What does it matter where he is living anyway?

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      J

      I am a registered sex offender.i got out many years ago. And since, I have built a life a good business, and have proven myself a valuable member of society.

      I have done work for many affluent people to include cops, prison guards, lawyers,etc.

      Recently, I did a search on the internet about any story that was positive about a sex offender. ( I mean like, a sex offender that did something good, or Mabey turned his life around etc.

      And you know what? Nada! Nothing! There are many stories about the bad sex offenders or kill the sex offenders etc. but not one that is positive.

      Imagine living a someone that society sees as trash.

      Well, I do it everyday. I am a good person and try to do good things for my friends, family and community.

      Wouldn’t it be nice just to hear someone say just once ( you’re doing a good job…)

      • #42848 Reply
        Fred
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        You are absolute correct J. We are looking for people who have been able to move past their conviction and be productive members of society. You can see what I am talking about here https://humans.narsol.org/

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          RJ Krienheder

          HELP ME

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      James

      As a mother of a RSO trying to purchase a home has been a Challenge. Finding someplace that is safe for him and away from schools or day cares. I have watched my son change from a vibrant out going person to a person who has become isolated and alone. As a parent this breaks my heart. I am disgusted by the legal system of this country who have put such a high price on for attorneys that a normal person cannot afford and because of this are subjected to the public defenders office that are over worked and underpaid. Going to court is not something they really want to do that takes time and that is the one luxury they do not have with their case loads. So take the plea bargain is the advise with the caviat that if you lose in court you could spend 15 years in prision. Really this is a defense? This is what happened to my son a known drug dealer under the age of 17 makes the accusation and I am sorry we can not bring up his record int he court he is a minor. Really but you can take his word for this but cannot show what type of person he is. Our legal system needs to be fixed and we need to throw out people who DO NOT support our consitution to the fullest because the SO laws violate our consititution,

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      Jeff

      Florida sex offender registry also posts your information FOR LIFE if you just visit Florida! I made a one-time mistake of engaging a “14-year old” in an ADULT chat room. It was a sting operation and there was no child involved. I am not on the public registry in my own state and have been off probation for 7.5 years (at the urging of the probation department in my state)……..but I visited Florida for 5 days to see family for the holidays a few years ago and now my picture and information is publicly shown on the FDLE website forever. I never lived in Florida, have never been arrested in Florida and haven’t been back to Florida. Yet FDLE gets to post my information forever and I have no way to get my information removed.

      Also, neither the police nor the Sex Offender Registry in my own state were aware that Florida posted my information. I became aware because my daughter’s elementary school district discovered the Florida posting — and I received a letter from the school district saying I was banned from my daughter’s school. I can’t attend any of her school functions.

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      Max DiazBelmar

      I need a lawyer who can help me reverse my plea

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      Jackie

      Ok I got a wrong full convicted it a sex crime and need my case overturned it’s been 18 year’s now and I am married with a wife and dog and have no felonies and on SSI and a proud veteran and she has cancer and PTSD and I have too and it was corrupt detective that the lady set me up give details latter you can call me

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      Tenna Hagan

      I have a son that was convicted of a sex crime. He downloaded some porn and without looking at it there was child porn on the recording. Since then he has had 3 strokes and his wife divorce him and he can no longer live by him self. But finding him a place to live has become a problem. I can’t afford a attorney to help with getting him off the list. Do you have any suggestions.
      Thanks

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      linda

      I’m trying to get my daughter paroled from georgia to fl and i dont know where she can go in fl she is a sex offender she needs an address to be paroled to

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      Tom

      I just wanted to share my story and struggle.

      I am currently registered as a sex offender. I got in trouble when I was 19 years old. What did I do? I met a 13 year old who reached out to me through AOL.

      Firstly I did not seek her out, she sought me out. But I did ultimately make the decision to meet her, even if at first I didn’t know her age. The event took place in Michigan. The most that happened is we made out. We did not have intercourse.

      In 2016 I made the move to Florida. After the move several things happened. Instead of being required to register for 25 years as is Michigan law, I am now required to register for life. I am listed as a sexual offender, not a predator. Most jobs that I apply for I never get a call back from. I am fortunate that I have been able to deliver pizza’s and one temp company did take a chance on me and loves my work.

      So when a background check is run, it should mostly come back with nothing for most. But for a sex offender, it comes back with your registration status. You can be denied employment because of this. State law does not prohibit me from living anywhere, but local ordinances do. Just found this out the hard way trying to work a project in Orlando.

      I plead guilty to a misdemeanor, but any mistake I make will make me a felon. I’ve been tempted to take my own life over and over because of this. I have no future. When my parents pass I will have no place to live.

      I made a mistake when I was a kid. I regret the mistake. But the laws are excessive. And there is no escape. I hope my plight helps shed some light for you.

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      Linda kay Rivers

      MY AUTISTIC SON WITH NO PRIOR CRIMINAL HISTORY AT AGE 17 WAS THE VICTIM OF A CORRUPT COP. HE WAS EASILY COORSED INTO A COFFESSION FOR A CRIME HE DID NOT COMIT. NO TRIAL NO EVIDENCE.HE TOOK A PLEA NOT UNDERSTANDING AND THE LAWYER WE PAID THOUSANDS TO DID NOTHING FOR HIM. HE WAS RAPED BEAT STARVED AND WAS WITNESS TO CRIMES INCLUDING MURDER OF OTHER INMATES. WHEN HE FINALLY GOT OUT 8 YEARS LATER FROM A FLORIDA PRISON, HE WAS A SCARED LITTLE SOUL. tHE LIGHT WAS GONE FROM HIS EYES. hE WAS CONTINUALLY HARRASSED BY THE SYSTEM. HE WAS CONSTANTLY HAVING TO JUMP THROUGH HOOPS TO COMPLY WITH HIS REGISTRATION. HE HAD NO LIFE COULD NOT GET A JOB OR TAKE A FAMILY VACATION. HE WAS ALWAYS TARGETED FOR HIS SOCIAL SECUITY CHECK. MY WONDERFUL AND LOVING SON FINALLY TOOK HIS OWN LIFE AT 39 YEARS OLD.

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