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The Indians in Texas should not cut their hair, but the court rules



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From Associated Press

BEEVILLE, Texas Texas will be able to grow its hair as an expression of their religious beliefs state prison system.

District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos's decisions last month affected only three prisoners in McConnell's near Baywalk department but their arguments could refer to future lawsuits related to one of more than 5,000 American Indians in the state, Houston said. Texas is considering an appeal, according to prison spokesman Jeremy Desel.

Nearly seven years of prisoners' trial against the Texas Criminal Justice Department claim that Indian spiritual beliefs view hair as a continuation of the soul, and that hair should be cut off only in mourning. Prisoners claim that the prison system rules that require men to keep their hair or be punished are an unfair violation of religious freedom under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalization Act

The three men have been behind bars for decades , time for crimes such as murder and sexual abuse. They have not been facing serious disciplinary offenses for years.


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