A federal appeals court heard oral arguments on Tuesday in the case of a Texas prison inmate who is demanding kosher food.
Attorneys for Max Moussazadeh, who is serving a 75-year sentence for a 1993 murder, made their case Oct. 1 before a three-judge panel of the US 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.
After Moussazadeh filed a 2005 federal lawsuit complaining that the prison system did not provide kosher food, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice started a kosher food program at one of its prisons and transferred Moussazadeh, and the other prisoners requesting a kosher diet, there.
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