Letters from John

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Letters from John: Can you help him out of his slump?

By | August 27th, 2018|Categories: Letters from John|Tags: , , , , , |

It's difficult, and expensive, to stay in contact with family from prison. Most modes of communication are pay by the minute, and things like access to email kiosks are limited to ten minutes...not a lot of time to get your thoughts down. In this two-part letter John shares more about the constant danger he faces, as [...]

Letters from John: Another update, another stint in solitary

By | June 8th, 2018|Categories: Letters from John|Tags: , , , |

John update:  6/7/2018 To my friends, loved ones, supporters, and curious people, John with his daughter Another update from your favorite political prisoner here.  This update I have to write by hand due to the fact that I’m in the hole, AGAIN!  I was put in the hole “under investigation by internal affairs.” I [...]

Hello Everyone, Ranger Buckley Here

By | March 13th, 2018|Categories: Letters from John|

Hello everyone, Ranger Buckley here. It's hostage crisis day 2000 + something... It's been awhile since I updated you all, as a matter of fact I can't even remember the last time that I did it. The parameters are the same as always, I've only got 12 minutes as of right now to finish writing this [...]

John’s Letter to You, his friends, family, and supporters

By | October 24th, 2017|Categories: Letters from John|Tags: , , , , |

John has been overwhelmed by the support that's come out, and he recently took an opportunity using a JPay email terminal in his Kentucky prison to write a letter to you, the supporters who have given him hope. Here is an email directly from inside prison walls to you. To all my Friends, Family, and Supporters, [...]

A Wrongly Imprisoned Father’s Letter to His Daughters

By | June 6th, 2017|Categories: Letters from John|Tags: , , , |

John Buckley believed in a legal system that would support what's right. He believed that the American justice he had risked his life for in the Middle East would follow him into the courtroom. John felt he had two choices - take a plea deal that would have him admit to a crime he did not commit and [...]