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Hale v. Federal Bureau of Prisons

If “the overriding mission” of your religion is “the achievement of White racial immortality”—well, the Tenth Circuit might decide it’s not a religion at all. And that’s the end of those free-exercise claims. Turns out courts aren’t sympathetic when you challenge the conditions of the maximum security prison sentence you got for trying to murder a federal judge.


Tags: 2019, Free Exercise Clause, Sentencing, Tenth Circuit

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