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Many sex offenders end up at shelters

Some say state should help house ex-inmates

By David Abel
Globe Staff / June 18, 2007

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Nearly three years after the Supreme Judicial Court ruled that the state could post the names, addresses, and photos of the most dangerous sex offenders on a public website, sex offenders released from prison now often end up in homeless shelters, where it is difficult to track them, and a range of potential victims sleep nearby. (Full article: 1073 words)

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