Thursday, September 13, 2018

How Much 'Sensitivity' Should We Reasonably Expect From Prison Guards?!?

Don't get it twisted, I'm a big fan of OTNB . . . But c'mon. Here's a story of a prison guard using hurtful language against an inmate. . . Which I pretty much thought was the whole point of prison.

While the struggle for human rights is real, expecting politically correct nomenclature whilst serving hard time might be too much to ask.

You decide . . .

Leavenworth prison accused of discriminatory treatment of Muslim woman

A civil rights group says staff at a privately run Kansas prison repeatedly have disparaged a Muslim woman for wearing a headscarf and ordered her to take it off before allowing her to leave her cell.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

So guards are supposed to be butlers and waiters?

Anonymous said...

You have no rights in prison.

Anonymous said...

^^^False. Incorrect. Prisoners most certainly have rights. Don't bother with the facts before you post geezer.

Anonymous said...

^^^ LOL

Anonymous said...

Are cattleprods sensitive enough ?

Anonymous said...

Islamic women's call to dress modestly applies only when men are present. It is irrelevant in an all-woman environment like a women's prison

If guards can't interrupt prayers to search a cell, then every inmate in the joint will claim to be praying when search time comes.

Her lawsuit, and this article, are bullshit.

Anonymous said...

I guess the slogan "I'd rather be dead than wear a rag on my head' isn't in vogue anymore.

Anonymous said...

To all Muslim 'victims'... Whaaaaaaa!

Anonymous said...

When you're convicted of a crime you do lose a lot of rights. The late Craig Glazer could even tell you that and he was in a white collar type minimum security prison. For security reasons I am sure is why she isn't allowed to wear her headscarf outside of her cell. All prisons have a dress code and prisoners are expect to abide by it.

Anonymous said...

There are many things I care about by a convicts hurt feelings in prison is not one of them

Anonymous said...

8:47,
Never been in the joint, have you?
Your "rights" do not exist there.
"Rights" are just lip service in prison.
The poorly paid, small town guards are concerned about one thing: Their own safety.

Anonymous said...

How Much 'Sensitivity' Should We Reasonably Expect From Prison Guards?!?

The same as Muslims show their victims.