Monday, July 25, 2005

Pen-Pals with Prisoners

Baby sent a personal note to Judy Miller of The New York Times last week, who is now imprisoned at a Federal Detention Center in Alexandria, VA. He wanted to express his outrage at her incarceration for refusing to reveal her source in the Valerie Plume case. She wrote a personal note in response, thanking him for his support. It must have been the only note she received on Hello Kitty stationery!


Charlotte said...

Really? Personal? How personal? Like, handwritten on stationery personal, or typed-but-signed-by-hand personal? Did she comment on the Hello Kitty motif?

Joey said...

no word about the Hello Kitty motif. The note was quick, scrawled on the top of an 8.5 X 11 sheet of paper. In sweeping penmanship, she told of her sadness at being incarcerated and thanked Baby for his inspiring words.