Thursday, June 18, 2009

ARC RADIO & SOSEN PRESENT - LIVE FROM THE JULIA TUTTLE CAUSEWAY (Part 3)

For those who do not know who "Valigator" is, see her blog. You can also see one item she posted on her blog, below the audio, if you do not want to visit her BS blog!

Hosted by: RealityUSA

Title: *UPDATE* LIVE TONIGHT FROM MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA!!!!

Time: 06/18/2009 07:00 PM EDT

Episode Notes: We will be getting a update about how the BROWARD county task force meeting went from Broward County. Join us as we estimate the LIVE update coming in between 6:45pm est to 7:15 est. We will be hearing from Mary, Ricky, Topwop, Kevin from the bridge and maybe others.

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This is an item "Valigator" wrote on her blog.


I am writing to you in reference to the “Sex Offender issue” in Broadview Park. I realize that many, in the commissioner’s office are attempting to tackle this problem and you need to know how the taxpaying citizens of Broward feel about this issue.

Let me begin by telling you, I have been the largest proponent of “residency restrictions” for over twenty years. My neighborhood knows what it is like to be labeled a “sex offender dumping ground”. It has taken thousands of hours and many trips before the town council to diminish the numbers of sex offenders in my zip code. It took courage, fortitude and a will by the Town of Davie and its citizens to shed the horrendous reputation that was heaped on us, for no other reason than our city was affordable and centrally located.

My zip code, just one of many that makes up the cities boundaries, started with 68 offenders in a three mile radius which is unacceptable. It didn’t help that the department of corrections were literally “steering” these offenders into my neighborhood in conjunction with “lack of enforcement” by the “powers that be”. These two elements alone were so detrimental to the city we had to take drastic actions to decrease the ever-growing numbers of offenders.

I have to stress to you as “elected city Commissioners”, it is NOT your duty to re-invent the wheel when it comes to the trials and tribulations of sex offender issues.

What “must not” be forgotten is your “obligation” and oath, to make each city in your districts as safe and successful as possible to encourage a strong and healthy County as a whole. This cannot be attained if you throw even one city to the wolves in your quest to be politically correct. Or, bow to the pressures and tired arguments of “offender sympathizers”. Who will seek to cluster themselves in one area at the expense of homeowners and families, who themselves, at this junction are only trying to keep their property values, their police resources” and their ability to draw new residents with a “Family friendly” reputation in for a growing and stable tax base.

It has been brought to my attention that the annexation of Broadview Park into Davie is a very real possibility and only the details of infrastructure issues, remain on the table. If indeed this annexation takes place, and Davie inherits 118 and “growing” convicted sex offenders, you can bank on the citizens of Davie knowing where to bombard and protest this slap in the face.

Davie enacted ordinances concerning sex offenders that must be enforced by the “County Commission” for Broadview Park, if annexation is even in the “wind”. If annexation is not a consideration, you still don’t have any choice but to seek to protect the citizens of Broadview Park and their community.

I will close by saying; I and my neighbors have not spent the last twenty years jumping thru hoops to clean up our community, so County Government can flush those efforts in one fell swoop in favor of “convicted sex offenders”. Commissioner Wexler’s feeble attempt at “Loitering Laws” are ridiculous and condescending to the very people who she claims to represent. I stress again, your responsibilities are to ensure a healthy and stable growth for all of Broward, not just the ones you pick and choose.


"The mood and temper of the public in regard to the treatment of crime and criminals is one of the most unfailing tests of a civilization. We must have a desire to rehabilitate into the world of industry, all those who have paid their dues in the hard coinage of punishment." - Winston Churchill (Bill Of Rights)


S.O.S.E.N. Documentary - Julia Tuttle Causeway, FL

S.O.S.E.N. announced on 06/16/2009 that they would be creating a documentary of the ex-sex offenders forced to live under the Julia Tuttle Causeway by the state of Florida.

They will be interviewing Jill Levenson, Ron Book, the offenders, and many more.

THESE VIDEOS ARE NOT THE DOCUMENTARY, THAT IS STILL IN THE WORKS, SO CHECK BACK OFTEN.

See Also:




SOSEN - Julia Tuttle Documentary Announcement (06-16-2009)
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SOSEN - Live from the Julia Tuttle Causeway (06-17-2009)
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SOSEN - Live from the Julia Tuttle Causeway (06-18-2009)
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SOSEN - Ron Book Interview (07-02-2009)
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Other Videos About The Julia Tuttle Causeway
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"The mood and temper of the public in regard to the treatment of crime and criminals is one of the most unfailing tests of a civilization. We must have a desire to rehabilitate into the world of industry, all those who have paid their dues in the hard coinage of punishment." - Winston Churchill (Bill Of Rights)


SOSEN - Civil Commitment Brochure


Click the image to view the PDF document



"The mood and temper of the public in regard to the treatment of crime and criminals is one of the most unfailing tests of a civilization. We must have a desire to rehabilitate into the world of industry, all those who have paid their dues in the hard coinage of punishment." - Winston Churchill (Bill Of Rights)


SOSEN - Residency Laws Brochure


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"The mood and temper of the public in regard to the treatment of crime and criminals is one of the most unfailing tests of a civilization. We must have a desire to rehabilitate into the world of industry, all those who have paid their dues in the hard coinage of punishment." - Winston Churchill (Bill Of Rights)


MO - Two Women Arrested In Beating Death of a Man in Forest Park

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Look out men, women may tease you, kill you, then play the rape card to say you raped or attempted to rape them, to attempt to justify killing you.  And you will notice, they name the deceased man, but not the female killers!

06/17/2009

By John Brown

Man's body was discovered Monday morning.

ST. LOUIS (KTVI - FOX2now.com) - Two women are in police custody and accused of the murder. St. Louis investigators say the women are responsible for the beating death of a 26 year old man whose body was found in Forest Park. _____'s body was found in the Kennedy Forest near a jogging trail Monday morning, just west of the St. Louis Zoo.

According to police, _____ met the women at a different location and asked them to smoke some marijuana with him. They eventually ended up in Forest Park. The women told police he then made some verbal advances towards the 25-year old female. She said no, so he allegedly started doing to same to her 20-year old companion.

It was later discovered by police that the women were apparently girlfriends, both of whom were larger than the victim. Reports indicate they started beating him. _____ ran and they then caught him and beat him to death, according to police.

Police caught the pair because they initially reported that the man tried to rape them. Police now say that's not the case. The names of the women will likely be released later Tuesday.





"The mood and temper of the public in regard to the treatment of crime and criminals is one of the most unfailing tests of a civilization. We must have a desire to rehabilitate into the world of industry, all those who have paid their dues in the hard coinage of punishment." - Winston Churchill (Bill Of Rights)


The Fire Dave Letterman Protesters

Look at the crowd, wow, that is a lovely bunch of folks. And notice they are holding up "sex offender" signs. He made an honest mistake about a joke, meant for her 18 year old child, not the 14 year old, but people do not see that and run with it, like usual!




"The mood and temper of the public in regard to the treatment of crime and criminals is one of the most unfailing tests of a civilization. We must have a desire to rehabilitate into the world of industry, all those who have paid their dues in the hard coinage of punishment." - Winston Churchill (Bill Of Rights)


MO - Court Mandates Sex Offenders Register

View the article here
Read this as well - They read this wrong!
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Total violation of ex post facto laws which are (or were) strictly forbidden in the US and State Constitutions. So when is your grandmother or grandfather going to be on the registry for having sex underage?  This is the problem with having convoluted laws nobody can understand!


NO REGARD FOR THE CONSTITUTION! SINCE THESE DOCUMENTS APPARENTLY MEAN NOTHING ANYMORE, THEN WHY HAVE THEM?

06/17/2009

JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that all sex offenders must register with the state, regardless of when the crime was committed.

Sex victim advocates are pleased with Tuesday's ruling, saying it could help prevent future sex crimes. They say it is a win for both victims and potential victims alike.

Nikki Nunn works in the Cole County prosecuting attorney's office as a victim advocate. She says the convicted offenders have had their day in court and should now be tracked carefully to keep them from committing more crimes.

Prior to today's ruling, lower courts held that convicted sex offenders only had to register if they had committed the crime after the list took effect. Felony conviction registration was mandated in 1995, and misdemeanor offenses were added in 2000.

Nunn says the benefits of expanding the sex offender registry also extends to potential victims, namely children. Parents will be able to more readily identify potentially dangerous areas to live and send their children to school.

The official court ruling (see below) states a federal law mandating all sex offenders register on the list trumps Missouri law.

Defense attorneys say the issue is more complex and should not be applied as a blanket to every case.

Columbia defense attorney, Patrick Eng, did not represent the sex offenders, but says sex convictions run the gamut, from rape to streaking college students.

Eng did not have specific information on the particular case, but says they still have the option to appeal to either federal courts of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Decision from the Missouri Supreme Court.

Provided by Beth Riggert, Communications Counsel.

SC89727, John Doe I, et al., Respondents v. Major James Keathley, Thomas Phillips and James Kanatzar, an appeal from Jackson County that was argued Tuesday morning, April 7. The briefs, summaries of the written arguments and link to the audio of the oral argument are available online here.

Overview:
This case involves the appeal of a trial court decision finding that 10 anonymous sex offenders cannot be required to register as sex offenders under a state registration requirement the trial court held violated the state constitution's ban on retrospective laws. In a unanimous decision written by Judge Richard B. Teitelman, the Supreme Court of Missouri reversed the trial court's decision. The sex offenders were required to register not by a state law but rather by a federal law that operates irrespective of any state law that allegedly violates the state constitutional ban.

The rest of the summary is online, here.

If you wish to contact the attorneys in this case, their names and phone numbers are included in the summary.

The Court's decision is online here.

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"The mood and temper of the public in regard to the treatment of crime and criminals is one of the most unfailing tests of a civilization. We must have a desire to rehabilitate into the world of industry, all those who have paid their dues in the hard coinage of punishment." - Winston Churchill (Bill Of Rights)


MA - Woman accused of child rape

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06/17/2009

WHITINSVILLE - A woman was arrested and charged with child rape, said police.

Officials said _____, 45, was having a long-term, sexual relationship with a teenage boy.

_____ was charged with six counts of statutory rape and four counts of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14.

She allegedly resisted arrest and was disorderly when police arrested her.

_____ was ordered held during her arraignment Wednesday on $25,000 bail.




"The mood and temper of the public in regard to the treatment of crime and criminals is one of the most unfailing tests of a civilization. We must have a desire to rehabilitate into the world of industry, all those who have paid their dues in the hard coinage of punishment." - Winston Churchill (Bill Of Rights)


GA - Supreme Court Ruling Likely To Affect Case Involving Model Coaches

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06/17/2009

A Rome attorney who spoke on the condition of anonymity says a decision Monday from the Georgia Supreme Court creates “an open season on 16-year-old girls in high school.”

The high court ruled in an Augusta area case that consent of the victim could be used as a defense to the crime of sexual assault of a person enrolled in school.

Contacted on Wednesday morning, Floyd County District Attorney Leigh Patterson said, “it’s absolutely something that we’re going to have to consider” in two local cases.

In the Augusta case, the student attempted to testify that she had initiated contact with the teacher, but the trial court prohibited the defendant teacher from using consent as a defense to engaging in a sexual relationship with the 16-year-old student. The Supreme Court overturned that ruling.
- The age of consent in Georgia is 16, so what is the problem? This should be an issue with the school board, not the law!

Two teachers at Model High School, Daniel Brown and Matthew Blanton are facing charges of sexual battery after engaging in relationships with female students at Model last year. Both were fired from the school.

The presence of consent from the students could become an issue in both cases.

We will have more on this breaking story soon.


"The mood and temper of the public in regard to the treatment of crime and criminals is one of the most unfailing tests of a civilization. We must have a desire to rehabilitate into the world of industry, all those who have paid their dues in the hard coinage of punishment." - Winston Churchill (Bill Of Rights)