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Re: facial recognition

"After two-and-a-half days behind bars not knowing what he had been arrested for"

Yes, that's the bit that leapt out at me too. US Police can "arrest" you and lock you away without telling you why? Really? Surely when you are "read your rights" that includes the reason for the arrest? If not, it should and if so, then he was not "read his rights" in the first place. Where was his phone call and his lawyer? It seems a number of processes where not followed correctly here.

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