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Homeless Sex Offenders

In December 2007, New Times broke the story on sex offenders being relegated to live under the Julia Tuttle Causeway. Miami-Dade officials responded by evicting them, yet the number of homeless sex offenders continues to increase.

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  1. Sex Offenders Set Up Camp
    Feature
    The Julia Tuttle becomes a colony. Politicians pass the buck.
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  2. Sex Offenders Set Up Camp
    Slideshow
    Images from the colony of sex offenders and other homeless making camp under the Julia Tuttle.
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  3. Sex Offenders Under Bridge Get Website
    Riptide
    The people under the bridge created their own website in order to let others know of their situation.
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  4. Homeless Sex Offenders Face Eviction
    Metro
    State officials scrap under-the-bridge policy.
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  5. Swept Under the Bridge
    Metro
    Sex offenders are ordered to sleep near a center for abused kids.
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  6. The Misfits Keep on Coming
    Riptide
    Three newcomers have made the space under the Julia Tuttle their home after Miami-Dade Corrections evicted the people already there.
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  7. Sex Offenders Say There's No More Room Under The Bridge
    Riptide 2.0
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  8. ACLU Stands Up For Banished Sex Offenders
    Riptide 2.0
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  9. Perversion and Justice
    Riptide
    Will the state help with the growing sex offender colony under the Julia Tuttle Causeway?
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  10. Julia Tuttle Sex Offender Charged in New Sexual Battery Case
    Riptide 2.0
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