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Posted: September 29th, 2012 By BWM

 

This past thursday Katherine ‘KteeO’ Olejnik was taken into custody after refusing to cooperate with the Grand Jury in Seattle. KteeO marks the second person to be taken into custody by this Grand Jury. Leah is due back in court October 10th, so be sure to stay updated with Leah and her commitment to resisting the Grand Jury. Click here to read KteeO’s statement. We now have addresses so you can write to both Matt, and KteeO. Make sure to send them both a letter to let them know how much we support them. Remember, they are in there for us, so we need to be out here for them!

Send Letters to Matt at:

Matthew Kyle Duran #42565-086
FDC SeaTac
P.O. Box 13900
Seattle, WA 98198

Send Letters to KteeO at:

Katherine Olejnik #42592-086
FDC SeaTac,
P.O. Box 13900
Seattle, WA 98198

“Please write to KteeO!! She is specifically interested in news and information about the Basque region, and reading material related to linguistics and social anthropology.

Make sure that your name and return address, as well as the resister’s full name and inmate number, are included on the envelope and all pages of the letter. There is no limit on how many letters they are allowed to have in their cell at any one time. They are allowed to have up to 20 photographs in their cell at once, so send them pictures too! No Polaroids though. Letters should be written in pen on clean and plain lined paper. Letters have been turned away in the past due to small stains from coffee spills, etc., so make sure the paper is immaculate.

Please don’t write about anything potentially incriminating. For more tips on how to write to a prisoner for the first time, see this article: How to Write Your First Letter to Someone in Prison.

To send books directly to resisters, use the above mailling address. Books cannot be sent from a personal address, they must be sent from a company, such as Amazon, or a bookstore. Books can be new or used.

They are allowed to have up to five books and two magazines in their cell at once, but additional books can go to the prison library, so send away!”

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