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The date of a jury trial has been set in a lawsuit filed by a former guard at the Wyoming State Penitentiary who claims that prison leadership failed to act when he reported several racist actions taken against him by fellow staff members.
CASPER, Wyo. — An African-American man who was a guard at the Wyoming State Penitentiary is claiming that supervisors at the jail did not do enough to change a racist and discriminatory work environment among staff members at the prison during the roughly three years he worked there.