dlaycock at MAIL.LAW.UTEXAS.EDU
Sun Jun 29 12:34:29 PDT 1997
I'm not quite gone yet, Marie; I turn it off tonight. I do not
think that prisoners should forfeit the free exercise of religion. I do
think it ironic that prisoners may demand at least "some" reason for
suppressing a religious practice with a generally applicable rule, while
citizens may not demand even that. I recognize that in application, this
difference is not likely to do the prisoners much good.
It is also clear that Marie would have written a far better opinion
than the Ninth Circuit.
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