RM242: Felons and PFRs and Social Security

RM242: Felons and PFRs and Social Security

Felons and PFRs and Social Security

We focus on felons, PFRs, and Social Security and how a felony conviction and time spent incarcerated can affect their future benefits. We explore how the Social Security administration calculates earnings, COLAs and AIME (average indexed monthly earnings).

First, we address several questions from listeners and supporters. These include how free speech concerns could be related to PFR concerns about the registry.

We discuss a question about total internet bans on individuals who are on supervision, what steps to take before thinking about a lawsuit. We also discuss why it is difficult to find attorneys who will take on these kinds of challenges.

The podcast also covers whether probation violations count as recidivism and what effect a violation could have on release from the registry.

And after our segment on felons and PFRs and social security, we discuss the situation in Fulton County, Georgia, of people sitting in prison without having been charged with a crime.


[09:34] Internet access while on supervision

[15:36] Being held past a release date and how to respond

[18:18] Library access in Lee County, Florida

[20:34] Technical violations and recidivism

[26:53] Felons and PFRs and Social Security

[57:29] Fulton County jail overcrowding

How to Contact and Listen to Registry Matters

The Registry Matters Podcast’s mission is to cover issues surrounding the Registry. We cover cases that will peel back the veneer of what we need to do to change our lives for the better. We cover news articles that spark conversations about the total insanity of this modern day witch hunt. This podcast will call out bad policy and call out those that are making bad policy.

To change things for the positive, we need to act. We are 6-7-8-900k strong. With that many people, plus their friends and family, over a million people are affected by the registry. We should be able to secure donations to hire lawyers and lobbyists to move the agenda in our favor. We need our people to be represented.

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