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Updated: 11/12/2013 04:46:33PM

Inmate seeks millions in jail suit

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Jamie Seltzer is a bit confused when Spencer Hoffman tries to grab a few butterfly fries from the plate of her friend Darleen Bevan, only to find out he just wanted to be in a photo.

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Kenny Dunkley, member of the band Mystic River, one of the many musicians who participated in the 20-year anniversary celebration for Todd Matthews with KIX 92.9.

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Four-year-old Hayden Rudd enjoys an oversized corndog while listening to the music with his grandparents, Cathy Graves and David Nottingham.

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Kevin Thornton and his 14-year-old daughter Maysie opted for a blanket on the ground to watch and listen to the bands playing the Saturday evening KIX Fest concert.

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Members of the Charlotte High Silver King Band Sean Dash, junior, Katie Holland, sophomore, and upcoming freshman Alexis Loukota, currently a student at Port Charlotte Middle, were raising funds for next year's band trip to Rome.

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Kristen Keyser and her daughter, Hailey, 2 1/2, along with Taylor Baxley, 11, ask Todd Matthews for his autograph while at the 2013 KIX Fest held Saturday.

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Gina and Guy Jacobs holding a photo of Todd Matthews.

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Ted Canape, his wife, Helen, Gary Bennett, his wife, Carol, and their daughter, Amy Davenport, from Englewood were set up for an evening of music.

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Carrie Zeadker and Lynn Rhein cut up pieces of the anniversary cake from Cake Concepts for the audience at the KIX Fest.

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Joe Rice and Kayla Brown found seats high on the fence in the back of the concert area a good place to listen to the music of the 2013 KIX Fest.

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Madison Whiteaker, 2, attended the Saturday concert with her father, Ryan.

By ADAM KREGER

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A Charlotte County Jail inmate has filed a federal lawsuit claiming jail officials have denied him adequate access to legal materials, proper health care and freedom of religious expression while behind bars.

Among Christopher Bilynsky’s complaints, he alleges jail officials are overcharging him for kosher meals.

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