King v. McCarty, No. 13-1769 (7th Cir. Mar. 27, 2015).
Marshall King is an Illinois prisoner. He alleges that during transfer from one facility to another, prison guards made him wear a see-through jumpsuit that exposed his genitals to public view, and that, when he complained, the guards laughed at him. There was no good security reason for this jumpsuit, since King had already been strip searched. The Seventh Circuit holds that King’s allegations about the jumpsuit make out a plausible claim under the Eighth Amendment.