American Tranny In Jail Sues Prison, Complains They Are Preventing Him From Doing Witchcraft

While the world stands on the edge of war amidst major technological, social, and moral upheavals, a tranny in jail is suing the North Carolina prison system, complaining the system is preventing him from doing witchcraft in his cell:

A transgender inmate is suing a North Carolina prison, saying it’s blocking her from practicing witchcraft.

The Charlotte Observer reports 40-year-old Jennifer Ann Jasmaine says in the lawsuit that chaplains at the all-male Lanesboro Correctional Institution have violated her constitutional rights by restricting when, where and how she can practice Wicca, the religion based on ancient pagan beliefs.

Jasmaine also says Lanesboro refused to provide her with the foods Wiccans are supposed to eat.

By contrast, Jasmaine said Christian inmates at Lanesboro are allowed to worship six times a week, while Native Americans can conduct their rituals three times weekly.

Lanesboro is a maximum-security prison about 45 miles (70 kilometers) southeast of Charlotte.

In her complaint, Jasmaine says she filed the form this month, but to no avail.

Jasmaine says she wants to hold outdoor services twice a week. She has called on the prison to provide the religious items, clothing and food she needs to properly practice witchcraft, including the go-ahead for her to light candles and a fire. Her lawsuit does not say whether other Lanesboro inmates share her beliefs.

The lawsuit, filed this month, seeks a jury trial and $1 in damages from each of the chaplains.

According to prison records, Jasmaine — then Duane L. Fox — was sentenced in July 2014 to 16 years in prison for second-degree sexual offense. (source)

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