Saturday, April 17, 2010

NY - Rally against homeless sex offender trailer (Looks like the mob forgot their pitch forks!)

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"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin


FL - The homeless sex offenders the Homeless Trust "helped," are now being evicted and once again will be homeless (Just shows, you can't believe the hype from Ron Book and the media!)

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ALERT!!

Please join us on ARC Talk Radio, Monday, April 19, 2010 at 6 p.m. Eastern time for a special guest and a special show regarding events at the Julia Tuttle Causeway in Miami, Florida.

All,

I just had a call from a resident from Julia Tuttle Causeway.

Ron Book and the Homeless Trust moved 20+ residents into a motel in Miami and now those men have been given a two hour eviction notice to get out or else!! It seems the corporate hotel has concerns with this many sex offenders residing in one of their property sites.

The men are frantic and a call has been put in to the FL ACLU and we are waiting on word from them.

If they return to Julia Tuttle they can and will be arrested for Trespassing...

Please all keep them in your prayers if you believe in prayer..

Will keep you posted.



In recent news (see article below) from the Miami Herald there are claims this colony of former sex offenders has been closed. Some JTC residents are calling this a flat out lie and will be joining us to discuss this and other crucial events effecting the residents of this now famous bridge.

All sex offenders from Miami shantytown in housing

MIAMI -- The Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust has placed all of the homeless sex offenders living under a Miami bridge into more permanent housing.

The announcement was made on Friday by the trust, a county agency.

Earlier this year, workers took sledgehammers to wooden shacks and shingled huts beneath the Julia Tuttle Causeway and took down tents as part of the dissolution of the shantytown.

The encampment popped up in 2007 and once housed more than 100 people who said they were unable to live elsewhere because of stringent sex offender ordinances.



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WA - Criminals To Be Microchipped By States?

The criminals are guinea pigs for the globalist agenda to have the entire population chipped. Go after the minority groups whether the disabled, those suffering from Alzheimer's, children or criminals under the guise of "safety and protection" and get the public familiarized with having microchips as a normal part of society - gradually expanding it to more and more groups using the process of incrementalization until we're all eventually chipped. (HB-1142)

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CA - Sheriff's Department Checks on Registered Sex Offenders (03-30-2010)

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"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin


FL - How Somer Thompson Suspect Was Caught

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04/16/2010

By KIMBERLY LAUNIER, ROBBIE GORDON

Despite Child Porn Evidence, Suspect Stayed in Home in School Zone

In the cover of darkness, a man runs.

He is alone, and yet he is being watched. Neighbors awakening to their weekday obligations notice that for the man, dawn has become a kind of witching hour of stealthy activity.

For weeks, 24-year-old Jarred Harrell was observed scurrying from his shed to various areas of his backyard in the early morning. Sometimes he was dressed only in what neighbors described as short silk boxers and a gray sweatshirt.

According to a woman who lived next door, Harrell, who moved to the home in Callahan, Fla., at the start of the year, acted strangely from the start.

"He would run from the shed back there, and just run back and forth, back and forth. He'd be out there sometimes 5:00, 5:30 in the morning just running," said the neighbor, Christie, who asked that her last name not be used.

"He had on like these really short... short silk... things, they kind of looked like boxers. And a gray sweatshirt, 'cause we would laugh at how he was dressed," said another neighbor who asked to be identified as Jackie.

They say he'd run for hours.

"Just like crazy running, like a kid would run when they're mad," said Christie.

As it turns out, Jarred Harrell probably had a lot on his mind. He was fast becoming a person of interest in the murder of young Somer Thompson, who vanished while walking home from school in Orange Park, Fla., on the same block where Harrell reportedly had been living at the time.

The 7-year-old girl, whose body was found in a Folkston, Ga., landfill after her October 2009 abduction, was also in Rod Buchannan's thoughts.

Buchannan, a landscaper, says he'll never forget driving down Gano Avenue -- the street where Somer went missing -- just two days after the girl's body was found. He and his wife, Lisa, suddenly spotted a familiar car parked in a driveway not far from her elementary school.

"At this point, the hair was standing up at the back of our necks. Instantly, we had that sick feeling in the pit of our stomachs. And we were nervous and I won't -- won't deny we were both scared," said Buchannan.

Jarred Harrell's Computer

Scared, because they knew the owner of the car was Jarred Harrell, someone with a dark past that they had come to fear. He was their daughter's former housemate and, from what they knew about him, the fact that he was living just three houses down from where Somer was last seen was reason for concern.

Buchannan said that less than a year earlier his son had accidentally stumbled onto Harrell's terrible secret.

"He got onto Jarred's computer one day to play a game," Buchannan said. "There was an icon on the desktop, that said, it was either 'Child Penetration' or 'Toddler Penetration.' As he turned around, Harrell came back up, and reached around and turned the computer off. And told him not to get back on the computer without his permission."

But what the Buchannans discovered later on Harrell's computer would leave no room for doubt. Harrell's mother had asked if her son could move into an apartment complex with the Buchannans' daughter and her fiancé to help him get on his feet and share expenses. Harrell did so, but the arrangement did not last long.

"Things turned up missing," said Buchannan.





"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin