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Court of Appeals Complaint for Paul Augustine, Part II  


Author:  John S. Furlong.


Source: Volume 06, Number 06, October/November 2005 , pp.83-85(3)




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Abstract: 

Editor’s Note: This is a continuation of the complaint filed on behalf of Paul Augustine, asking the court to consider the conditions of his confinement, treatment inadequacies, ability to freely exercise his religion, and his right to marry his fiancée. Part I of this complaint, printed in the last issue of SLR, contained the preliminary statement and the parties to the case and began describing the conditions of Paul’s confinement, both as unsafe and punitive. John S. Furlong, Sidebar, “Court of Appeals Complaint for Paul Augustine,” 6 (5) SLR 76 (Aug./Sept. 2005).) Part II, below, continues the description of the punitive nature of the conditions of Paul’s confinement, and enumerates the claims of inadequate treatment, violations of religious rights, and the violation of the right to marry.

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Affiliations:  1: Furlong and Krasny.

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