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US: Satanist Inmate Jumps on Muslim Bandwagon and Sues Over Religious Discrimination…….

Whining Satanist James Paul

There is nothing new about Muslim inmates whining and complaining over their religious rights being violated while being incarcerated and demanding their “special rights”, so it stands to reason that Satanist, Jason Paul, is just following their lead and trying to scam the system with stupid charges of….discrimination. Boo freaking hoo. If the system caves and actually sides with this idiot’s claims, I wonder if they’ll allow him to practice animal sacrifrices?

Satanist inmate sues county

A Billings man in prison for drug possession has filed a $10 million federal lawsuit against Yellowstone County for alleged civil-rights violations, including interference with his satanic religious practices.Jason Paul Indreland claims in the U.S. District Court lawsuit that county jail staff took from him a religious medallion, denied him access to religious material and ridiculed and punished him for his religious beliefs.

The lawsuit also alleges that Indreland was denied medical care for his drug addiction, that he was placed in situations where violence was expected and that he suffered harassment and retaliation while incarcerated.Indreland said he has been a practicing Satanist for the past decade and the confiscated medallion was a “protective symbol” in his religion. The lawsuit claims jail staff refused to return the medallion or allow Indreland access to a “Satanic Bible or Book of Satanic Rituals.”

Hey, once society allows for special rights for groups, it’s only natural that the number of those demanding “their own special rights” increases. KGS

One Response

  1. As an authorized spokesperson and member of the clergy of the Church of Satan I am writing to respond to the articles about the inmate suing the prison in order to be allowed to practice “Satanism.” It is important to note that the Church of Satan prohibits all illegal activity, and only very rarely supports any criminal’s request for membership. In my eleven years with the organization I have seen several members excommunicated for illegal activity, and not a single inmate granted membership.
    In this case the criminal deserves no assistance from the Church of Satan, nor will the organization support his alleged rights. If he is looking for forgiveness and welcome he’d do better by the Christian religions that practice mercy—we don’t.
    As far as the Church of Satan is concerned this inmate is not a Satanist and we will not have our religion attached to such a ridiculous and shameful attempt at avoiding responsibility.

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