The penultimate episode before 100 of Registry Matters is here! A jam packed episode of fun and excitement. We have a breaking news segment from the Georgia Halloween sign lawsuit and also Pennsylvania Superior Court rules internet publication violates ex post facto clause. We have a wide range of articles starting with a man held in solitary for 22 months had no vehicle to receive compensation; A short conversation about the ethics of facial recognition systems in schools; Local sheriffs using social media to solve crimes; A woman in Oregon is forced to reveal smartphone passcode for law enforcement; Formerly incarcerated woman is running for legislature in Washington state; Garbage article on “kids safety” for Halloween; Sarasota County Sheriff goes to great lengths to entrap people for underage sex; Phoenix Arizona fires officer who pulled a gun on the parents of a child who stole a doll; Illegal sentences rules unconstitutional by Colorado Supreme Court; Police use $2 test, that is terribly flawed, to arrest people; People on parole/probation leads to poverty
[6:40] Breaking New: Halloween in Georgia. Warning Notice delivered to Ben Hill County and update on the two pending lawsuits in Butts and Spaulding. Pennsylvania Superior Court rules internet publication violates ex post facto clause.
[21:49] Question from Patron John
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