This episode starts with John Stewart's recitation of excerpts of environmental activist Greta Thunberg's Panic Speech. Tampa Bay Rays update by John, who is a big baseball fan. We continue telling John's story of being an innocent man caught up in the eating machine and runaway train that the criminal justice system so often is for people without financial resources. John talks more about the day he was arrested. We talk about the botched investigation and how the prosecutor doubled down on John as the perpetrator even though someone else had confessed within weeks of the child's death. Unfortunately, the fact of the confession by the grandfather Larry was hidden by the State, including the detective making a second reenactment tape with Larry. The grandfather Larry's confession did not align with the detective's tunnel vision bias against John. The detective followed an improper course which inflicted unimaginable damage on an innocent man and his loved ones. We talk about the prevalent yet extraordinarily unconstitutional cash bail system that society, and specifically the legal system, has numbly allowed to exist for so long even though it blatantly contravenes the United States Constitution. We talk about the under-funding of public defenders and state attorney's offices alike and how that leads to innocent people pleading guilty to crimes they have not committed. John talked about the job he got while out on bail as the 24/7 onsite manager at The Palm Bay, a large transient hotel off Highway 275 in St. Petersburg, a place frequented by some of the roughest trade in town.