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No immunity for solitary confinement practices (access required)

Where detainees at supermax facilities alleged that solitary confinement violated their Eighth Amendment right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment and their 14th Amendment right to receive sufficient process, prison officials were properly denied qualified immunity at the motion to dismiss stage. The detainees adequately pleaded deliberate indifference and denial of basic due ...