Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
He's in a unit that allows them to play basketball and board games with each other. I would guess that the Prison Christian fellowships are allowed to pray together. If that is the case, then it is discrimination, regardless of what the crime is that he was convicted of.

If the Christian groups are currently also denied the right to pray together, a victory in this case would also give them the right to do so.
I agree. If they are already allowed to congregate to play games etc,getting together for prayer can't be much of a security risk. As long as it done during rec time or otherwise allowed out of their cells.