Another Terrorist Sues the Bureau of Prisons


Simply put, convicted terrorists must not be allowed to co-mingle with other inmates anytime they choose, no matter what their religious beliefs. Their ability to radicalize other inmates to their twisted belief system is a clear and present danger to the security of the prison and to the country. When terrorists tout their "rights," they make a mockery of justice and insult the memories of the fallen. It is utter foolishness to extend rights to terrorists who can pose safety risks to others around them.