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Trailer Park Trash III
Skip to content. With its sodium lighting, flaking paint and prefab housing, it could be any trailer park in America. Except the residents of this particular park share a sinister past: They are all sex offenders.
By Chris Pleasance For Dailymail. Their crimes are among the worst imaginable: sex offences, often carried out against children, that has seen them shunned from regular society. But for sex criminals who have no choice but to try and rebuild their lives outside of jail, places like Palace Mobile Home Park in Florida offer them a second chance. The park, located away from parks, bus stops and schools because of restrictions placed on many of its residents, bills itself as 'a safe place for sex offenders to begin transitioning back into society'. Residents range from low-level offenders caught looking at child pornography to those deemed predators - convicted for rape or sexually assaulting a child. The site was the subject of a documentary, Pervert Park , which had its theatrical premiere in New York last week but also scooped an award at the Sundance Film Festival in One woman to feature was raped by her father and his friends growing up, and then went on to have a sexual relationship with him as an adult. She was later convicted of having sex with her own son. Another resident is a man who was caught by police in an internet sting operation when he expressed an interest in having sex with a young girl online. The park is a source of debate over what should be done with sex offenders when they are released from jail - whether they should be allowed back into the community at large, or confined to spaces with others who have committed similar offences.
WITH more than unsupervised sex predators living side by side - this notorious trailer park - described as a "hotbed of drugs and hookers" - may be one of the most dangerous neighbourhoods in the US. From the outside, Palace Mobile Home Park - dubbed "Pervert Park" - looks just like any other trailer village — full of Americans scraping by on minimum wage or less. But Sun Online's exclusive investigation into the community reveals local residents outside the park live in fear. The residents' crimes range from being busted looking at child pornography, soliciting minors online for sex, through to molesting their own children. A neighbour to the Saint Petersburg, Florida park — who refused to be named because his own father is a resident — told Sun Online that the theory is the offenders can be reintegrated into society after serving prison time. Destara Anderson, a mom of three girls aged 15, 10, and nine, lives just metres from Palace Park — and only found out about what it really was a year after she moved into her modest home with her husband, their girls, and a wheelchair-bound mother-in-law. It was really upsetting. Some Palace Park residents wear court-mandated ankle-brace tracking devices or are required to check in with police regularly as part of their parole conditions - but otherwise are free to come and go as they please.