How to contact John
John entered the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) in Loretto, Pennsylvania on February 28, 2013. He can be reached at: John Kiriakou 79637-083, Federal Correctional Institution, Loretto, P.O. Box 1000, Loretto, PA 15940. He is permitted to receive mail from anyone, and soft cover books and magazines only from individuals. Hard cover books may be received directly from a publisher, a bookstore or Amazon.com.
John will not turn down any press interviews. Any media can call the main number for FCI Loretto, 814-472-4140 and ask for Jared Rardin, an executive assistant at the prison, and he will begin the weeks-long process of clearing reporters for an interview with him.
John can also conduct interviews through email, for information write us at email@example.com.
He blew the whistle on CIA waterboarding, but the government keeps trying to sweep the issue, and him, out of sight. From prison, John Kiriakou says it’s time for a special prosecutor. It has been a year and a half since the United States Senate …Read More
“America’s leak hypocrisy: The double standard for exposing undercover identities” Jesselyn Radack, Salon
Last weekend, the White House accidentally exposed the undercover identity of the CIA’s top officer in Afghanistan by including his name on a list provided to thousands of news organizations of senior U.S. officials involved in President Obama’s visit with our troops. The White House …Read More
“Will White House Official Who Revealed Kabul CIA Station Chief’s Identity to Reporters Be Held Responsible?” Kevin Gosztola, Firedoglake
While President Barack Obama was on a “surprise” Memorial Day weekend trip to Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan, something the Obama administration has viciously condemned whenever it has occurred on their watch happened: the name of the CIA officer who is the Kabul station chief …Read More
“Imprisoned Torture Whistleblower John Kiriakou Thanks Supporters in New “Letter from Loretto” Brian Sonenstein, Firedoglake
We received another “Letter from Loretto” from our friend and imprisoned torture whistleblower John Kiriakou last week. In this most recent letter, John pens a heartfelt thank-you to supporters for their efforts on his behalf: for the May 9th Day of Action in Washington, DC …Read More
“White House Launches Probe Into Accidental CIA Agent Leak, Though Prosecution Unlikely” Michael Calderone, Huffington Post
NEW YORK — The White House is investigating the inadvertent disclosure this weekend of the identity of the CIA’s station chief in Afghanistan, a mistake blasted out to 6,000 recipients of media “pool reports” summarizing the president’s whereabouts each day. On Tuesday, White House chief …Read More