Sex offenders are rallying against growing restrictions on where they can live and work in Central Florida.
It is unprecedented in Brevard County for sex offenders to gather publicly and loudly to demand better treatment, but they hit the streets of Palm Bay Thursday because it is one city considering some of the tightest new restrictions of all, WESH 2 News reported.
Berger is the driving force behind a proposed law that has registered sex offenders and their families so angry. Berger believes employers should supervise employees who are sex offenders and should inform their customers.
"If you're going to go under someone's home and there are children present, because of the propensity to be enamored with children, that a person has the right to know who's going into their home," Berger said.
Some cities are passing laws that would make it illegal for sex offenders to live there. Now Palm Bay might make it virtually impossible for sex offenders to work in the city.
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