I'm getting a lot of emails and comments about sending mail to Colt in prison (see a recent comment for his full FDC SeaTac address). The Federal Detention Center where he's being held has strict rules about inmate correspondance. I've already unwittingly fallen afoul of one regulations by sending stamps in a letter. I received a polite form letter back with a check mark on "Stamps" showing my breach of the rules. Other apparently common infractions include sending "Body Hair," "Plant Shavings," Sexually Explicit Photos," and "Electronic Musical Greeting Cards." So let that be a warning.
One regulation I found today by re-reading the inmate handbook is that prisoners can only retain five publications (books, magazines) at any one time. That sucks.
You can read the entire inmate handbook by following the link below to a pdf. It gives you a tiny insight into life inside:
Federal Detention Center Inmate Handbook 2010