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So kudos to Carnival and Royal Caribbean for keeping known sexual offenders off their ships and trying to keep their guests safe.Shame on the other cruise lines who don't perform such background checks.There are around 750,000 (some say the number is over 850.000) sexual offenders registered in the United States.Many thousands of these sexual offenders go on cruises each year.Yes, I realize that all sexual offenders are not pedophiles or technically "sexual predators" (who by definition must have been convicted of a first degree sexual crime or multiple lesser sexual crimes).But it is a step in the right direction for cruise lines to perform background checks on passengers to screen out such people convicted of sexual crimes.

They explain that their "friend" is a "really nice guy" who made a mistake a "long time ago" and is now "no threat to anyone" and other similar gobbledygook.

Even after being criminally convicted of their sexual crimes and placed on the National Sex Offender Public Website, they think that they really didn't do anything wrong and they should be entitled to the same privileges as people who didn't commit sexual crimes.

I have represented far too many people sexually assaulted on cruise ships, including dozens of children sexually abused during cruises, to have any tolerance for sexual offenders protesting that they were not permitted to cruise.

Some men go on cruises for the primary purpose of abusing children.

A couple of years ago, I wrote about a 71 year old man from Pennsylvania (photo left) who cruised on the Royal Caribbean and went went into the cruise ship's water zone and fondled a 6-year-old boy.

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