Wednesday, May 18, 2011

They Prevent Free Expression of Religion

Hawaiian prisoners housed at a private prison in Arizona are suing CCA for the right to practice their religion. Six prisoners at Saguaro have been prevented from participating in Makahiki ceremonies and have sued CCA to try to force the facility to allow them to express their religion freely, because, as their attorney says, "prisoners are being denied most of the key elements of their beliefs."

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