Thursday, May 31, 2018

Prison transit 2018: South Carolina > Pennsylvania

author: Lea 

Photo: Arizona Prison Watch
     After being for two years in FCI Williamsburg prison, South Carolina, Roman was transferred to Moshannon Valley Correctional Center, Pennsylvania.

     It took two months for the transfer to complete — from early March until end of April, 2018. The transfer included bus and airplane (ConAir) transport passing through South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Oklahoma, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, with prolonged stay at United States Penitentiary Atlanta, Federal Transfer Center Oklahoma-city, and Metropolitan Detention Center Brooklyn.

     Detailed stories about the stages of the transfer written in Russian language you may find at Зазеркалья:

     You can use Google Translate to read these stories in the language you prefer.

The map by Ed Kritsky
     You may contact Roman directly at 3w3rr@front.ru email address, but before you do, please read about the peculiarities of communication between someone incarcerated in American prison and the outside world.

     Alternatively, you may address your questions to the support crew at jailpedition@mail.ru, or you can write by regular mail directly to Roman's current prison address:
Roman Vega
59198-004,
MVCC B-2,
555 Geo Drive,
Philipsburg, PA 16866,
U.S.A.

     There are different incoming mail policies in the different prisons, but generally a prisoner is only permitted to receive letters, postcards, photos and print-outs.

Moshannon Valley Correctional Center. Photo: GEO
     You may address any questions to Roman's support crew at jailpedition@mail.ru.
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