WESTEFER v. SNYDER
725 F.Supp.2d 735 (2010)
United States District Court, S.D. Illinois.
July 20, 2010.
Concerning Gene Arnett, Arnett testified that, although he was in segregation in the Greensville Correctional Center in Virginia before his transfer to Tamms, he was allowed to go to the yard for exercise three times a week for two hours, generally in the company of other inmates:
Q. Segregation in Greensville, let's talk about some of the things. How is yard run at Greenville?
A. They put us—they got like 40 cages out there and they put us all on the yard in separate little cages.
Q. And are the—when you say cages, are these bars, are these screens?
A. Just chain link fence.
Q. And how close are the cages or the fences to each other?
A. They're right next to each other, you can touch people through the cage.