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Not that many ;)
That’s up to you, I would include that in mine for sure. If you don’t the inmate will probably ask.
Bargo hasn’t been executed and won’t be executed for a very long time. Death row inmates are able to get letters and to correspond, yes.
I know he gets moved around a lot, I believe he recently got moved so I hope you wrote to him at the right address. However, you broke the mail rules by sending paper, envelope and stamps so your letter will be returned. The mail rules for SC state:
All mail will be opened and inspected by postal staff prior to being delivered to the inmate. Legal mail is opened and inspected in the presence of the inmate. Mail is not read unless there is reason to believe illegal activity or activity in violations of Agency rules and regulations is present.
Inmates are not allowed to receive cash, stamps, any writing materials, anything to eat, drink, or smoke. General population inmates may receive books, magazines, newspapers if they are sent directly from the publisher or from a publication supplier (licensed bookstore) and if they are paid for in advance. Inmates in lock up areas are limited as to what they may receive.
It is best to contact the inmate to inquire as to what is and what is not allowed before sending anything other than a letter.
The Columbine High School 1997 Forensics club. Pictured above in the 4th row are Brooks Brown and Nick Baumgaurt.
Nate Dykeman, friend of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold from the 1996 & 1997 Columbine High School Yearbooks.