CIA whistleblower Kiriakou’s letters from prison on Firedoglake blog "dangerous," says Bureau of Prisons


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Well he’s in good company. I understand they were also upset about a certain letter from Birmingham Jail.


Prison officials look at all mail and email going to and from prisoners, except with their lawyers. They usually reject anything that looks like it might be a code (as a diagram might to a mail clerk). It’s part of the standard package. Is there a reason his non-lawyer correspondence should be exempt?

The rest of it seems like special abuse. Nothing that’s signed in prison is un-coerced.

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