- Where is Tim?
- How can I send Tim a letter?
- Can I send books or magazine subscriptions?
- How do I donate to the Tim DeChristopher legal defense fund?
- Can I visit Tim?
- What does Tim need?
- How is Tim doing?
- Tim DeChristopher homepage
1. Where is Tim?
As of October 24, 2012 Tim is serving out the remainder of his sentence at a halfway house in Salt Lake City, Ut and working at Ken Sanders Rare Books.
2. How can I send Tim a letter?
*Note: No letters that contain glue, stickers, glitter, oversized or irregular paper may be received. Please use standard ink (may be handwritten or typed) on normal 8 ½ X 11 paper.
*Note: All letters must have a complete return address (including your name) in order to be accepted by a federal prison.
3. Can I send books or magazine subscriptions?
Tim expresses his gratitude for all of the subscriptions and books that he has been sent, - the support has been overwhelming and heartening. Right now, he has more than enough reading material and thanks everyone for the subscriptions that have been sent!
4. How do I donate to the Tim DeChristopher Legal Defense Fund?
As Tim’s Legal Defense is not pursuing another appeal, we feel that asking for donations for Tim’s Legal Defense Fund is no longer appropriate. However, if you would like to support Tim DeChristopher while he’s in transition, we would appreciate any non-tax deductible gift that will go towards supporting Tim in this transition. (food, rent, supplies and education) Your generosity is very much appreciated! www.bidder70.org or send a check to:
5. Can I visit Tim?
You are welcome to stop by Ken Sanders Rare Books and say hello to Tim. If you’d like to actually schedule a visit with him, please contact email@example.com to get the correct visiting forms to turn into the halfway house.
**If you are with any media, you must make a request through Dylan as Tim’s ability to speak to the media is still highly restricted while he’s an inmate with the BOP. To make an interview or media request, please send an email to Dylan Schneider at: firstname.lastname@example.org
6. What does Tim need?