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First Amendment Letter

Dear Friend,

You are receiving this letter because your institution is tampering with mail sent to you by, Inc. You may be receiving this letter from a friend or family member. This is because our mail to you is being rejected. You are either being denied your First Amendment right to advertise on our website, or you are already a member and your email forwards are being rejected. If you are a current member of, your email address may have been replaced with a message asking pen pals to contact you directly at your postal address pending a resolution to this matter. What your institution is doing is illegal and unconstitutional. Courts in Arizona and California agree. Please waste no time in following the instructions below. This could have legal ramifications on your institution. See: "Clement v. California Department of Corrections" & "Canadian Coalition Against the Death Penalty v. Terry L. Stewart".

  1. File an official grievance with your institution. Appeal the complaint as far up as you can. Save every copy of any official paperwork and send it along with a copy of this letter to the American Civil Liberties Union national office at:

    American Civil Liberties Union
    125 Broad Street, 18th Floor
    New York, NY 10004
  2. Contact the following organizations below and let them know that you are being denied your right to free speech by using our services. Tell them that we advised you to write and report this violation of your constitutional right. When writing, please be specific and to the point. Tell them what we do and in what way your institution is hindering your right to use our services. Both you and your family and friends should contact your Governor's office and make an official complaint against your institution. Ask that your letter or phone call be entered into permanent record.

    United Way International
    701 North Fairfax Street
    Alexandria, Virginia 22314-2045

    American Civil Liberties Union
    125 Broad Street, 18th Floor
    New York NY 10004

    4805 Mt. Hope Drive 
    Baltimore Maryland 21215

    Amnesty International
    322 8th Ave.
    New York, NY 10001

    Human Rights Watch
    350 Fifth Avenue, 34th floor
    New York, NY 10118-3299

    American Red Cross National Headquarters
    2025 E Street, NW 
    Washington, DC 20006

Note: Pass this on and spread the word to all inmates in your institution and people in the free world. The more people that write, the better chance we have of gaining support and overturning this rule in a court of law.

Staff At, Inc.