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Joanne98 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jun-11-07 07:46 PM
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19. this article is about religious material, but I have heard the law books
are being restricted too. The prisons need closer attention! All kinds of bullshit is going down and when it comes to light it isn't going to be fun for the people who work there. Look at what's happened with the TYC! If the prison authorities are denying rights they are going to get caught sooner or later. The public is starting to change their attitude. I guess too many of their relatives are behind bars.
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  -Inmates protest removal of religious books from prison library Joanne98  Jun-11-07 06:25 PM   #0 
  - This is unfortunate.  JDPriestly   Jun-11-07 06:46 PM   #1 
  - I didn't know prisoners had the constitutional right to read whatever they want in prison.  Drunken Irishman   Jun-11-07 06:48 PM   #2 
  - Actually.. They DO have the constitutional right to read...  Joanne98   Jun-11-07 06:54 PM   #4 
  - Their rights are very limited, but they do have some.  JDPriestly   Jun-11-07 07:09 PM   #7 
  - They just don't want them to think. They're turning them into slaves.  Joanne98   Jun-11-07 07:11 PM   #8 
     - And against dreaming, against hope.  spoony   Jun-12-07 12:25 PM   #33 
  - No, but that doesn't mean they have the right to read whatever they want.  Drunken Irishman   Jun-11-07 07:15 PM   #10 
     - Deleted sub-thread  Name removed   Jun-11-07 07:17 PM   #12 
     - Prisoners can read Prison News Service, can't they?  Barrett808   Jun-11-07 07:26 PM   #13 
        - I don't know, I've never been in prison.  Drunken Irishman   Jun-11-07 07:33 PM   #14 
  - They don't.  LostInAnomie   Jun-11-07 07:33 PM   #15 
  - Forget porno. What about the law library?  Joanne98   Jun-11-07 07:36 PM   #16 
     - That is something they are supposed to have access to.  LostInAnomie   Jun-11-07 07:40 PM   #18 
        - this article is about religious material, but I have heard the law books  Joanne98   Jun-11-07 07:46 PM   #19 
  - Yeah, you are right  hang a left   Jun-12-07 04:32 AM   #29 
     - Yeah, because that's exactly what I said, right?  Drunken Irishman   Jun-12-07 04:14 PM   #35 
        - Dude,  hang a left   Jun-12-07 04:30 PM   #36 
           - Well you did reply to my original post...  Drunken Irishman   Jun-12-07 04:32 PM   #37 
              - You are right.  hang a left   Jun-12-07 04:46 PM   #38 
  - My son is in prison and it's not just the religious books...  Joanne98   Jun-11-07 06:52 PM   #3 
  - Actually, this is very sad.  JDPriestly   Jun-11-07 07:06 PM   #6 
  - They can get books thru Amazon or corporate book stores.  Joanne98   Jun-11-07 07:15 PM   #9 
     - People have trouble donating, so I hear.  David__77   Jun-11-07 09:33 PM   #27 
  - What's he in prison for?  brentspeak   Jun-11-07 08:30 PM   #24 
  - How are they suppose to reduce their time if they can't read  LiberalFighter   Jun-12-07 08:46 AM   #30 
  - Pray tell, what's an "extremist Islamic tract"?  MetaTrope   Jun-12-07 03:06 AM   #28 
  - islamophobia...?  tchunter   Jun-11-07 06:59 PM   #5 
  - Bookaphobia!  Joanne98   Jun-11-07 07:16 PM   #11 
     - Has there been some directive to keep prisoners stupid?  Elspeth   Jun-11-07 07:39 PM   #17 
        - That's what it seems like. It needs more investigation...  Joanne98   Jun-11-07 07:50 PM   #21 
           - Was it a privatized prison?  Elspeth   Jun-11-07 08:05 PM   #23 
  - And the bible was included?  rocknation   Jun-11-07 07:50 PM   #20 
  - Apparently they are jerking Christian books too.  Joanne98   Jun-11-07 07:51 PM   #22 
  - I am an academic librarian, and right now am working on an article on access restriction for the  nealmhughes   Jun-11-07 09:02 PM   #25 
  - I bet it's part of the whole new punitive approach to prisoners  Lydia Leftcoast   Jun-11-07 09:06 PM   #26 
  - Aren't books with maps also restricted?  marshall   Jun-12-07 09:07 AM   #31 
     - I don't know Marshall, but I would think it might be smart from a security standpoint so to do.  nealmhughes   Jun-12-07 12:39 PM   #34 
  - Very sad and disheartening. n/t  Coventina   Jun-12-07 09:22 AM   #32 
 

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