Published in Law and Health Weekly, July 25th, 2009
In a letter sent today to the jail's superintendent, Joseph Riggs, Jr., the ACLU asks for jail officials to guarantee in writing that the jail will no longer censor biblical passages from letters written to detainees and to revise the jail's written inmate mail policy to state that letters will not be censored simply because they contain religious material.
"It is nothing short of stunning that a jail would think it okay to censor the Bible...
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