PC Mandate Gone Wild: Christian Books Yanked from Prison Bookshelves

Excerpt:  Hundreds of Christian books are disappearing off the shelves of U.S. prisons under a federal directive intended to prevent violent inmates from receiving radical Islamic texts, prompting a lawsuit.Instead of focusing on Muslim books, the directive restricts literature from all religions, the Associated Press reported. The post-9/11 order, which only now is being implemented, allows the prison libraries to stock only 100 to 150 books for each religion. Three inmates at the federal prison camp in Otisville, N.Y., have filed suit, claiming violation of their constitutional rights.

Inmate John Okon told U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain the set of books removed from the prison were used to minister to new converts.

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