Lawyers for American Taliban fighter want prison agency in contempt over prayers
INDIANAPOLIS – Lawyers for American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh are asking a judge to find the U.S. Bureau of Prisons in contempt for not allowing Muslim inmates in a high-security prison unit to pray together five times a day as required by their faith.
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