Silk Road Ross Ulbricht Lawsuit Dismissed
A federal courtroom in Arizona has dismissed a non secular rights lawsuit filed in Could by convicted Silk Street founder Ross Ulbricht in opposition to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, in keeping with an order signed by U.S. District Decide David Bury on December 13.
Ulbricht, 37, claimed by means of an legal professional that jail officers at USP Tucson had been burdening his right to exercise his religion by barring him from utilizing a jail e-mail system to speak along with his father.
The suit claimed Ulbricht held a honest perception that he was “obliged to honor his father and mom,” and that the jail’s Trulincs messaging service was the one approach he might talk along with his father, Kirk, who lives in Matapalo, Costa Rica. Ulbricht’s legal professional claimed officers had been violating the Non secular Freedom Restoration Act.