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.


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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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