Plaintiff George Golay claimed that although he is a practitioner of Judaism the DOC failed to provide him with kosher meals for over a year. Golay claimed this was in violation of a previously stipulated agreement. Golay further contended that the prison store provided no kosher items and that on multiple occasions he was provided meals with moldy bread and rancid milk.
The case, filed on April 7, 2004, settled four months later for $1,100. Golay filed the case pro se. See: Golay v. Christine, USDC ED WA, Case No. CS-03-332-AAM.
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