It has been a busy time of year and I don't have a good question for this week. This does kind of amuse me though and should be worth some fun comments.
Atheist Rapist Claims Rights Violated After Sharing Prison Cell With Christian Inmate
An atheist rapist has complained that his human rights were breached by having to share a prison cell with a Christian inmate.
Barman Steven Relf, 40, was jailed indefinitely after admitting raping two women he targeted when he served them drinks in a pub.
Police branded him a "sexual predator" and said he could have had as many as 40 victims.
In a letter to an inmates' magazine, Relf wrote: "I recently had the displeasure of sharing a cell with a Bible-thumping believer."
A source said Relf was "furious" at having to share at Manchester Prison with the Christian convict and wanted him to be "evicted".
He said: "He moaned about how the guy wouldn't shut up about God. He said he wanted to speak to a lawyer about his rights so he could be moved cells."
The other inmate was later transferred.
So, what do you think? Should we be honoring the wishes of atheist rapist on their room assignments?