Skelly has been transferred

Josh "Skelly" Stafford has been transferred, and is now at USP McCreary in Kentucky. This transfer comes after Skelly spent months in the SHU, so he's been through a stressful time and now has to adjust to being in a new environment. So it's a really important time to send him letters and books to make sure he feels community support. Also consider making a donation to his commissary fund to help him get the basic personal care products he'll need to re-supply himself with in his new location. Thank you for showing him support.

Write to him at:

Joshua Stafford #57976-060
USP McCreary
PO Box 3000
Pine Knot, KY  42635

Send him a book from his Amazon wish list here.

February 28th: Day of Action for Political Prisoner Joshua "Skelly" Stafford


Call CCA Prison Warden to demand proper food rations for Skelly's health.

Skelly is not receiving the amount of food that it is medically documented that he needs. We are organizing a day to have everyone call in and tell the Warden or the Assistant Warden that we know about these needs and that they are not being met.

The call in day will be Thursday February 28, please call anytime between 9am-4pm.

The name of the Assistant Warden is Johnson
The name of the Warden is Pugh

The number for the facility is 330-746-3777, please call, select option "3" (not option 2, as we said earlier) and ask to speak to either the Warden or the Assistant Warden.

Sample Script: Hi my name is _________ and I am calling in regards to prisoner  #57976-060 Joshua Stafford. For medical reasons Joshua needs increased caloric intake, and has yet to be provided with additional food rations. Please address this oversight of Joshua's caloric needs as both his family and friends are concerned about his health and well being.

*** They will tell you that he needs to get the request approved through medical, but this has already happened; the hold up is with the kitchen or the administration.  They will put it on Skelly to talk to medical or his counsellor about it.  We need to remind the prison that it's their responsibility to make sure he's getting the medical care his doctor has recommended. ***


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