Florida Law Enshrines Defamation Affecting Thousands
FLORIDA – Florida Law Enshrines Defamation Affecting Thousands. Infamous Florida sex offender registration laws gain a world wide reputation for having onerous sex offender laws; however, the DOJ & 7 independent states chime in with fact based research, all of which contradict Florida’s basis for heavy handed sex offender registration laws. Similar laws, not as onerous as Florida’s, are struck down in states at the Federal level include Michigan, Colorado, Pennsylvania; California in 2017 enacted tier based registration and did away with lifetime registration. Washington state has always had a 3 tier registration model as well as preserving privacy for low risk offenders, providing restorative justice for employment. Florida adhere’s to the scorched earth policy.
This falsehood of the “frighteningly high recidivism rate” may be one of the biggest and most damaging scams in U.S. history: defamation of an entire class of people similar to the Dred v. Scott SCOTUS decision of approximately 1845 said that people of color were only 4/5 of a human being. The defamation here falsely publishing millions of people a danger that doesn’t exist.
While this is the opinion destroying of thousands of offenders whose lives, liberty, property and familes especially the children they intend to protect, are ruined by these laws. DOJ Fact base research and 7 other independent States studies turn the “frighteningly high recidivism” myth on its head. Fact based DOJ research shows non predatory sex offenders are possibly the lowest recidivism. More states including Michigan, California, Colorado and Pennsylvania are seeing the breathtaking destruction of constitutional rights and changing laws – either by legislation such as California’s new 3 tier system signed into law 2017, Michigan struck down in 2016 by USCA 6th Ckt in Doe v. Snyer and other states are considering changes as well.
The DOJ & 7 state research can be seen at https://whidbeynewstimes.wordpress.com/sex-offender-recidivism-conclusions/ shows how destructive this type of “lynching by media” can be when it goes outside the law. Michigans sex-offender laws were not nearly as onerous as Florida’s; yet, the USCA dealt it a death blow calling it harsher than probation, turning registered citizens into “moral lepers.”
Download the 78 pages White Paper “Recidivism Comparison Washington State and Florida” at http://ReGenesisRadio.com/