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Investigators crackdown on sex offenders inside Disney

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- A six-month-long investigation has uncovered sweeping background checks at Disney parks in central Florida -- checks targeting registered sex offenders.

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Rudy101 - 4/28/2013 10:52 AM
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It is a legislature who has complete control over this list. The list can be used in unlimited ways to discriminate. There are no legal avenues available to be removed from the list that are reasonable. A person doesn't have to pose any danger to society to be listed. The registry and/or registry laws are passed and applied ex-post facto. That registry list was supposed to be for informational purposes only. But it has become a list to be used in unlimited ways to harass, threaten, banish, isolate and put fear into offenders. In other words, while DISNEY (and other organizations (both public and private) are using this list to discriminate AND there is no requirement to pose ANY danger to society to be listed, that list, as a matter of law becomes ILLEGAL. That means the list can be fled from in any way possible. I refuse to register! I refuse to register specifically because the registry will isolate me from the community AND will cause me harm AND because there are no recources AND because it is passed and applied ex-post facto. Until there is some DUE PROCESS to that list, I can go to Disney. UNDERSTAND? When regulating outside of a sentence passed by a court of law, that regulation(s) REQUIRE due process! Your registry has NONE. Therefore it will NOT be followed! And finally, the studies have been done. The sex offender registry is RAPING kids! It does NOTHING but makes desperate outcasts who have nothing to lose. Your laws are not valid! I am sorry.

Realist - 4/28/2013 9:42 AM
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Most RSOs are not looking for potential victims. They made a big mistake in their life, served their time, and are trying to have a normal life again. RSOs have the lowest recidivism rate, around 2-5%. If they aren't doing anything suspicious, don't kick them out for something they did many years ago.

whosaysnocan - 4/28/2013 7:41 AM
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Back when we took our child to Disney, I wondered about the possibility of "undesirables" among us. It is defiantly a place that predators would like to be. I have not doubt that Disney is as safe of a place as any.
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