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She asked him to have sex with her teenage daughter—but it was a trap, and he went to prison for a year.“That’s pure entrapment,” chides Sweeney.

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That makes for a vast number of sex offenders living on the street, living without access to counseling and support programs, and prone to committing sex crimes again.

But down in the state of Florida, 120 of them live in a uniquely supportive safe haven—a St.

Tracked by ankle bracelets and required to report in twice a year, they live strictly monitored lives under heavy restrictions.“Accepting responsibility becomes probably the most important thing that anybody in my situation can do,” says Will Heffernan, a man who was convicted of molesting an 8-year-old and a 13-year-old child.

“Believe it or not, I think just about all of us have a conscience, and conscience really works on you.

It’s far trickier to resolve the crimes that eventually landed him behind bars.

Years later, still in that mindset of emotionally traumatized nihilism, Fuery was sent to prison on one molestation accusation he denies—but owns up to a second offense that he suggests was partially triggered by his own childhood abuse.

There are over 500,000 convicted sex offenders in the United States, according to a text crawl at the start of Pervert Park, a documentary that aims to do the near-impossible for the most stigmatized of crimes: stir sympathy for child molesters and sex offenders.

Prohibited by law from living within 1,000 feet of anywhere that children frequent—including schools, churches, and bus stops—most find it tough going to find jobs or housing once they’ve paid their debt to society.

It’s no secret who lives here in rows upon rows of aging mobile homes in an unincorporated section of Pinellas County, Florida.