These prisoners have committed crimes. That's why they're in prison. That can tend to lead to a certain curtailing of one's freedoms. Only because they recognize American officials as the hopeless dhimmis that they generally are do they dare to bring such a suit. Courtroom Jihad Update: "Inmates Say Prisons Violate Rights: Inmates In Federal Prisons Seek Added Face Time With Family and Friends," by Adriana Correa for NBC Chicago, March 31 (thanks to Twostellas):
A group of 60 to 70 Muslim prisoners in highly restrictive jail programs, in Terre Haute, Indiana and Marion, Illinois are suing because they don't get enough time to visit with family and friends.
The suit, brought by the Center for Constitutional Rights claims the prisoner's constitutional rights are being violated at the "Communications Managment Units," a set of experimental prison facilities.
They are taking a case to court on behalf of inmates that have been placed in highly secured prisons in the U.S.
The jail birds complain the prisons are not allowing them ample outside contact time with relatives and their buds.
Yes, lots of jihad to plan!