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Openness.org No Longer Points Here
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Openness.org no longer points to my web page advocating for open police communications. I am working to set the cause up under a different domain and will have more to say on that sooner or later.

In general for the past 5 months you may have noticed my entire expression platform has been under turbulent reconfiguration to prepare for something 'more' than just a sparsely populated blog. Just stay tuned!


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