Gina Miller's mailing address

From: James B. Lewis (
Date: Tue Mar 27 2001 - 13:55:36 MST

As some of you may know, Gina's absence from this list (which she has
always thoroughly enjoyed for its very stimulating discussions) and
from her Web site this year results from delayed prosecution for a
tragic automobile accident that occurred several years ago in
California, before she put her interest in nanotechnology in high
gear and moved to Seattle. She was sentenced in January to two years
in prison for vehicular manslaughter without gross negligence. Her
parole date has not been set yet, nor does she yet know where she
will be incarcerated for the remainder of her sentence, but she would
appreciate mail from anyone who would care to write. The following
mailing address should be stable for a month or two, and mail to it
will be forwarded to wherever she is moved next for at least 30 days.
I will post her next address when if becomes available (or anyone who
wishes is welcome to write me off list).

Gina Miller W88881
Housing Unit A1-4-01L
Valley State Prison for Women (VSPW) - RC
PO Box 92
Chowchilla, CA 93610-0092

If you wish to write, remember that there are rules that need to be
followed since this is a maximum security prison, complete with razor
wire and guards with submachine guns everywhere. All women prisoners,
regardless of crime or eventual security level are sent here for
classification. All mail is thoroughly searched and usually delayed a
week or two before Gina receives it. Do not send anything else in the
letter, like books or magazines. Computer print outs of web pages,
etc. are OK. Nano news items are especially appreciated since she
does not have computer access (or any other news source). Use either
regular letter envelopes or plain manila envelopes, no padded
envelopes. Regular photographs are OK, but no Polaroids or anything
with a backing. Envelopes (no more than 20), stamps (no more than
40), and lined writing paper (no more than 100 sheets) are OK, but no
pens or pencils. She does have plenty of writing materials that I
have sent her (although books of stamps are always welcome), however,
and she already has her quota of books she is allowed to receive that
I have ordered for her from Amazon.

Jim Lewis (Gina's husband)
James B. Lewis, Ph.D. James B. Lewis Enterprises
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