Perry's booking photo seemed rather bland, but I wanted to talk with an expert.
Friedberg was adamant that booking photos should not be made public, because there's a " suspicion that they may have done something wrong" and "because booking photos are public and they go viral and you can never get them back."
Friedberg added "there is no question in my mind that they shouldn't appear to be smiling, because there is nothing happy about being arrested." Friedberg concluded by saying "they shouldn't appear too mean, because it'll ruin their image, so they should just have as little expression as possible on their face."
By looking at Perry's booking photo, it seems like he received similar advice.
A lifelong resident of Minnesota, Michael Brodkorb is an experienced communications, social media, public affairs & research consultant and is an observer of all things political. He also blogs at politics.mn. He lives in Eagan with his family.
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