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Miami Sex Offenders Sleep Under Bridge

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Miami Sex Offenders Sleep Under Bridge

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Miami Sex Offenders Sleep Under Bridge

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Sex offender Michael Block calls this area home. Greg Allen, NPR hide caption

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Sex offender Michael Block calls this area home.

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Miami has toughened its restrictions on convicted sexual predators living near schools, parks, or other areas where children are likely to be.

One consequence is that some convicted predators must sleep under a highway bridge. This keeps them from living in areas where they're prohibited, while parole officers can check on them nightly.

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