Prisoner was barred from group worship on some Wiccan holidays. Court says he can sue.

A Michigan prisoner may resume his lawsuit against prison officials who barred him from communal practice of his Wiccan religion during certain holidays, a federal appeals court ruled Monday.

Prisoner was barred from group worship on some Wiccan holidays. Court says he can sue.

The department, which already allows Cavin to communally celebrate for eight Wiccan holidays known as Sabbats — argued many Wiccans worship alone.


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  1. Oh Hell No..if he was so religious he would’nt be in prison

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  2. This I’d what is wrong with out country!!!

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  3. You did the crime !
    You’re in jail for a reason!!
    Nothing else!!!!

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  4. So Christians have rights but Wiccans don’t….freedom of religion means all religions….not just yours😡

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  5. It’s probably a scam, but all religions have to be treated equally and be equally protected if they’re sincerely held religious beliefs.

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  6. Thank the Socialist muslim democratic judges

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  7. The First Amendment to the United States Constitution prevents the government from making laws which respect an establishment of religion, prohibit the free exercise of religion, or abridge the freedom of speech….

    If Christians can worship a pagan god why can’t Wiccans worship pagan witchcraft? Un-American.

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  8. Didn’t even know Tim Meadows was locked up.

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  9. thought you lost all that by being in prison?

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  10. Here come ridiculous people to say how ridiculous someone else’s religion is. Lmao

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  11. This country is so F up. Prisoners have more rights then the average citizen.. what ever

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  12. Prisoners have more rights that we do….when you go to prison you should Loose your Rights..

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