When Orlando’s Liberty Activists end up in jail for their non-violent fight for your rights, DO NOT let them be forgotten. Please contact them regularly by sending them mail; postcards, letters, books etc..
Receiving mail in jail is truly a breath of fresh air for a political prisoner, especially when there is a ton of it coming in to them. Sending a mail flood to the jail for a specific inmate conveys the message that a large amount of the public is in support of this inmate, is watching the treatment of the inmate and does not support their unjust incarceration. The more mail an inmate receives the better. A good thing to remember is that an inmate with a lot of public support can sometimes be shielded from any possible maltreatment by the prison staff.
Shine a huge bright light on these activists, they are Orlando’s Liberty Superstars and True Heros!
There Are No Jailed Orlando Liberty Activists At This Time
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Arrested: August, 22 2011
Court Date Set For September 1, 2011
Julian Heicklan is currently being held in the Orange County Florida Correctional Facility
You can begin sending him mail, however he is still in booking so it will be a while before he will see your correspondence.
The address is below.
P.O. Box 4970
Orlando, FL 32802-4970
You can read More about Julian’s arrest Here.
Please see the Guidelines for sending mail to inmates at the bottom of this page.
Good friend, supporter, advocate for complete Liberty, national talk radio host and peaceful individual has been caged for 90 days in Keene, NH. His crime? Daring to peacefully stand in front of a gang member’s car as they were kidnapping another peaceful person.
Ian Freeman, was convicted of Obstruction of a Law Enforcement Officer on August 10, 2011 more than a year since the incident had occurred.
Please send mail to Ian and show him your support. The mailing address is listed below.
Ian Freeman Bernard
Cheshire County D.O.C.
825 Marlboro Road
Keene, NH 03431
Ian Freeman has also been set up on the Mail To Jail system, please consider supporting Mail To Jail with a small donation if you use this service.
Listen To Ian’s Radio Show
Background on the Incident
Guidelines To Use When Mailing An Inmate Held The Orange County Corrections Facility
- Sender must use their first and last name and complete return address
- Send money orders with inmate’s name and jail number. Do not send cash or personal checks.
- Do not send stamps, envelopes, paper, pens, pencils, inappropriate pictures or polaroids, plastic cards, phone cards, stickers, lipstick marks on envelopes, or glued items.
- No unnecessary writing or drawings are allowed on envelopes.
- Books (paperback only – no hard covers), magazines, newspapers and religious materials must be mailed directly by the publisher or a bookstore and must contain an invoice with a company logo or a company packing slip with business name and contact information. Publications cannot contain any nudity or sexually oriented material.
- All correspondence addressed to inmates must be sent by the United States Postal Service (USPS).
- Correspondence sent by other courier or delivery service will be refused.
If you have questions about inmate mail, call or email the mailroom:
Mail Room: (407) 836-3599 or (407) 836-035