Welcome to Episode 96 of Registry Matters. We begin with an update on the civil commitment case involving Galen Baughman in Virginia; Sheriff’s sex sting operation is a bait and switch operation; The Internet and private messaging is fueling sharing of photos and videos of children; The Kansas Court of Appeals says that it is constitutional to require a 14 year old to be on the registry for life; Domino’s doesn’t want to make their website accessible to those with disabilities; Kamala Harris’ policing reform stance; Death row inmates in Oklahoma might get moved out of their tomb; Judge from Long Island suspended for stealing a woman’s delicates; In Cleveland County NC, there is an overwhelming presence of police for a non-existent problem; Will those on the registry be allowed to pass out candy on Halloween?; Defendants don’t testify for a reason; FBI crime data confirms that we live in the safest time in history (with a few exceptions); Officer in Dallas sentenced to 10 years for murder in killing of upstairs neighbor; Voters are divided in cash bond referendum; Lawsuit in Wisconsin challenges GPS monitoring
[1:30] Quick update regarding Galen Baughman
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