Fla. Governor Signs Jessica Lunsford Act
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Using loathsome, socially undesirable sex offenders, the State is rolling out personal satellite tracking technology. This is the conditioning precident. First they use a group that the general public knows is pure scum. Then they start using it against everybody.

Florida Readies Sex Offender Bill

Its only a matter of time before the bracelets employed in this program are replaced with implanted microchips which are more difficult to tamper with. If this program is at all successful in reducing recidivism among sex offenders or even if the results can be spun into 'success' the program will be very appealing for use among other groups of parolled criminals. Once the infrastructure for tracking massive groups of individuals in place it will be incredibly easy to expand the system to include all citizens

Fla. Governor Signs Jessica Lunsford Act

AP | May 2, 2005

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Spurred by the kidnapping and murder of a 9-year-old girl, Gov. Jeb Bush signed legislation Monday that strengthens punishment and monitoring of child sex abusers.

The Jessica Lunsford Act sets a mandatory sentence of 25 years to life in prison for people convicted of molesting children under 12. If offenders serve less than life, they would be required to wear a global positioning system device after their release so authorities can monitor their whereabouts.

The bill was quickly drafted after the Jessica's body was discovered March 19 near her home. The proposal sped through the legislative process, pushed by outraged lawmakers - many of whom said it was hard to temper their anger and not go for something even harsher.

It passed both the Senate and House unanimously and was sent to Bush on April 22.

Convicted sex offender John E. Couey, who lived near Jessica, is charged with her killing. Couey did not inform the state when he moved into the girl's neighborhood in Homosassa, about 60 miles north of Tampa.

The House had passed the bill unanimously April 19, two days after another sex offender was charged in the abduction and murder of 13-year-old Sarah Lunde of Ruskin. David Onstott allegedly told police he choked Sarah and dumped her body in a pond on April 10. Onstott was convicted of a sex crime in 1995.

Advocates for satellite monitoring of offenders say that in addition to warning authorities when a sex offender is someplace he shouldn't be - such as near a school - it also will allow for quick pinpointing of suspects if a child is abducted.

The tracking requirement only affects people convicted in the future, but current sex offenders who violate their probation would be ordered back to jail or be placed under GPS monitoring.

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