Edgewater gives 1st OK to new sex off...

Edgewater gives 1st OK to new sex offender law EDGEWATER a " City...

There are 5 comments on the Daytona Beach News-Journal Online story from Nov 4, 2013, titled Edgewater gives 1st OK to new sex offender law EDGEWATER a " City.... In it, Daytona Beach News-Journal Online reports that:

City leaders Monday unanimously approved an ordinance change that would push sex offenders farther away from places where children typically gather.

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SamanthaRuth

Sanford, FL

#1 Nov 7, 2013
Such a waste of time and dollars to continue to support such foolish rule that are impeding community safety and actually causing recidivism. This is well documented in valid research. So who are these commissioners fooling themselves or you. The Florida Registry and registry restrictions do much more harm than good and should be repel. The millions of dollars wasted for these over reaching and over regulating ineffective laws and ordinances would be much better spent on rehabilitation and treatment and victim support, areas where we may well be able to prevent future abuse.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#2 Nov 8, 2013
SamanthaRuth wrote:
Such a waste of time and dollars to continue to support such foolish rule that are impeding community safety and actually causing recidivism. This is well documented in valid research. So who are these commissioners fooling themselves or you. The Florida Registry and registry restrictions do much more harm than good and should be repel. The millions of dollars wasted for these over reaching and over regulating ineffective laws and ordinances would be much better spent on rehabilitation and treatment and victim support, areas where we may well be able to prevent future abuse.
There shouldn't be a consideration for this at all. The penalty for a sex offense should be death. When a sex offender violated the rights of a living person it's equivalent to psycho-< logic- al murder. Nothing should take precedence over that. Other rights are violated by playing manipulative games with the judicial system, with no consideration for the victim. Past evidence can prove that there is no rehabilitation or treatment for a sex offender. They become victims of their own crime. The question is always there do they have guilt over what they have done. It doesn't matter remorse is not a proof of innocence. They must die!
NSBResident

Edgewater, FL

#3 Nov 28, 2013
SamanthaRuth wrote:
Such a waste of time and dollars to continue to support such foolish rule that are impeding community safety and actually causing recidivism. This is well documented in valid research. So who are these commissioners fooling themselves or you. The Florida Registry and registry restrictions do much more harm than good and should be repel. The millions of dollars wasted for these over reaching and over regulating ineffective laws and ordinances would be much better spent on rehabilitation and treatment and victim support, areas where we may well be able to prevent future abuse.
There is no rehab for a sex offender, especially a child molester. Just look up the re-offense rate. Anyone that sexually abuses a child should receive a death sentence, because that is what they basically give the child that will carry those scars with them for the rest of their life.
Joe

Hollywood, FL

#4 Nov 29, 2013
NSBResident wrote:
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There is no rehab for a sex offender, especially a child molester. Just look up the re-offense rate. Anyone that sexually abuses a child should receive a death sentence, because that is what they basically give the child that will carry those scars with them for the rest of their life.
Image the redirection of a tax base. Reports have suggested it costs $50.000 [a day] to house inmates. Over crowding in prisons would become less of a problem. Yes it is an equivalent to murder. Death penalty for both offenses would be the right thing to do. It may be the rights of the suspects family members that becomes a valid point but that isn't equal rights for the people that have to be frightened & it's shameful that children have to be subjected to this fear. Healthcare dollars can find a way to solve some of problems attached to prison life. It's been reported that death row inmates have the health care that many people can't afford. The problems with health care may not stem directly from costs with Obama's plan it sounds more like insurance companies are exaggerating the cost, with consideration from the government.
ThinkAboutIt

United States

#5 Jun 13, 2016
Joe wrote:
<quoted text> There shouldn't be a consideration for this at all. The penalty for a sex offense should be death. When a sex offender violated the rights of a living person it's equivalent to psycho-< logic- al murder. Nothing should take precedence over that. Other rights are violated by playing manipulative games with the judicial system, with no consideration for the victim. Past evidence can prove that there is no rehabilitation or treatment for a sex offender. They become victims of their own crime. The question is always there do they have guilt over what they have done. It doesn't matter remorse is not a proof of innocence. They must die!
Be careful! Because they are quick to label anyone an offender these days. For instance do you think someone who pisses in a park at night should be labeled sex offender? And even put to death? What about people who are falsely accused of the crimes? What about the Romeo and Juliet law? What about the victims that lie about their age to the offender and get caught? Do you know that not knowing the truth of someone's age regardless of if you met them in an 18/21 and up club is not an excuse you WILL be prosecuted as a sex offended for life. Maybe do some research and see what the state considers as a sex offender before you go wishing everyone to death. I had to do this myself. I was a victim before and had ill feelings towards anyone with a charge like this until I did my research. It's ignorance and fear that keep us as a people down in the dark and easily manipulated by anyone who can present something scary?

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