By Red Pill  |  08-08-2017   News
Photo credit: Miami New Times

We're all disgusted by pedophiles, sex offenders, monsters who peddle child pornography, rapists, child molesters, perverts, child abusers, and outright creeps.

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However what happens to them when they leave jail or prison? In most states they simply register as a sex offender and are told to stay away from children under 16.

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That's not the case on Miami-Dade County in Florida though, which has one of the toughest laws against these creeps in the nation.

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A 2005 law that imposed hard restrictions on where sexual offenders and predators may live has essentially driven these criminals into a tent city.

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It eliminated many residential neighborhoods, public housing complexes, and homeless shelters. So the offenders were exiled to live under a Dolphin Expressway overpass, then the Julia Tuttle Causeway, and a spot near the Miami River. In 2014, the colony moved to this block between train tracks in the warehouse district.

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Most would say this is a great victory, it keeps these monsters away from children where they can reoffend. Others say they're lucky to even live and that there is no rehabilitation for a pedophile.

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Dozens of sex offenders now in the makeshift city in donated tents, while an additional 20 to 40 that drive in before dusk for curfew and sleep overnight in their cars.

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Residents and local business owners have filed multiple complaints, yet county officials and local police departments have failed to act in any meaningful way. Some residents are considering taking action themselves.

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Back in early 1995 state law prohibited offenders from living within 1,000 feet of schools, daycare centers, and playgrounds.

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Then in 2005 what forced the new law was when a child molesting drifter raped and murdered a 9 year old 340 miles away in Homosassa, Florida.

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David Dermer, then mayor of Miami Beach, proposed an ordinance that increased the residency restriction to 2,500 feet, effectively making the entire city off-limits when it passed.

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Most of these evil men and women have served their sentences, however they're still alive and in the public which should be terrifying. They tend to go out and panhandle with cardboard signs saying they're homeless sometimes making a hundred bucks each in a few hours from unsuspecting charitable people.

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Most in the community feel zero remorse for these people. However, they're harming the businesses in the area by deterring potential customers.

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So the question that now remains for Miami-Dade and the rest of the nation is, what's the appropriate punishment and solution here? Discuss in the comments below.

Source:

http://www.miaminewtimes.com/slideshow/miami-sex-offenders-form-community-in-makeshift-tent-neighborhood-9560620/22

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Nick No. 6242 1502232250

I hope they get housing soon.

Anonymous No. 6249 1502236022

I hope the vigilantes can read properly, because I see tragedy ahead. The chances are now high that 'all' homeless people and areas where they congregate are going to be targeted by whack jobs looking for easy prey. Bear in mind many homeless lost their homes in housing fiasco, jobs because of recession, then there's veterans who are being failed living out there. It's one thing to go after the bad, but there's no excuse for taking the innocent. I can picture some unfortunate father and daughter, add drunk thugs and you get an innocent orphan.

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