Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito took the side of a Jewish inmate in North Carolina who wanted prison officials to set aside a space where he could gather with other Jewish inmates. The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear the inmate’s case, drawing a rare written response from Alito.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito took the side of a Jewish inmate in North Carolina who wanted prison officials to set aside a space where he could gather with other Jewish inmates. The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear the inmate’s case, drawing a rare written response from Alito. Cliff Owen AP
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito took the side of a Jewish inmate in North Carolina who wanted prison officials to set aside a space where he could gather with other Jewish inmates. The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear the inmate’s case, drawing a rare written response from Alito. Cliff Owen AP

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