Makeshift memorials in Orlando, Fla., continue to grow in the aftermath of the weekend massacre at a nightclub by a lone gunman. At least 50 people died
Makeshift memorials in Orlando, Fla., continue to grow in the aftermath of the weekend massacre at a nightclub by a lone gunman. At least 50 people died Brendan Smialowski: AFP/Getty Images
Makeshift memorials in Orlando, Fla., continue to grow in the aftermath of the weekend massacre at a nightclub by a lone gunman. At least 50 people died Brendan Smialowski: AFP/Getty Images

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    Mecklenburg County Sheriff's office says the new system is more secure and provides ease of use. Inmate's rights advocates say face-to-face visits, even through glass, provide a connection that video can't.