6829Re: Jail Mail
- Sep 30, 2004Greetings,There appears to be at least 2 problems your jail mailings will face!No. 1 is the "jail policy" on allowing "books and pamphlets" into a jail whenthe mailing did not originate from a reputable book publisher! Too muchproblem with smuggled drugs!No. 2 is that you have not given the jailor "Notice" and an opportunity to beheard as we have been demanding for ourselves for quite some time!You can do this with a simple writing or rubber stamp that states:Warning: Tampering, theft or interference with U.S. Mail is a Felonypunishable by fine or imprisonment or both - 18 USC 1702, et seq.I have placed this on jail mail for well over 5 years and stopped allinterference with everything but obviously contraband items! It seems that"jail policy" falls when faced with a Federal Felony charge!Just a word of information!
JimBlessed be the Lord my rock, that teacheth my hands to war,
and my fingers to fight. Psalms 144:1On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 12:04:23 -0400 Tally Eddings <tallyeddings@...> writes:
> Dear Sheriff Lou Blanas,
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