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Civil Rights—Officials did not burden prisoner’s religious rights (access required)

Although a prisoner wanted to engage in “communal” feasts as part of his celebration of annual Rastafarian holy days, he provided no direct evidence to show that other inmates would join his gatherings, and thus he could not show prison officials imposed a substantial burden on his religious exercise by refusing his request. Background Anthony Wright, serving ...

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