Monsters of Miami: Current's Take On Miami's Homeless Sex Offenders

Al Gore-owned Current TV produced a video on the sex offenders who were told to live under the Julia Tuttle Causeway because there was no place in Miami-Dade County that they could legally live at without breaking the law. Former staff writer Isaiah Thompson, who did a series of stories on the homeless sex offenders, is featured in the video giving his own two-cents on the subject.

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