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A convicted murderer is suing the state of Connecticut for his 'constitutional right' to pornography

Dwight Pink, Jr. was sentenced to more than 25 years in jail for murdering a man in 1998. He has one big complaint about his time behind bars.

Pink is suing the state of Connecticut because its ban on pornography in prison "violates his constitutional rights," The Associated Press reports. According to the lawsuit, which Pink filed in the U.S. District Court in July, prison guards have denied him access to "an art book that depicts how to draw the human form."

On Monday, Connecticut filed its response to Pink's lawsuit, saying that he "has not been harmed by the ban" and that "none of his rights were violated."