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Joseph Druce - Original 2015 Security Level Assesment Letter from MDOC - Signed in Full


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Joseph L. Druce is a convicted murderer who killed John Geoghan, the former Roman Catholic priest who was convicted of sexually abusing children, and who had also been at the center of the Catholic sexual abuse scandal.

In August 2003, while in protective custody at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts, Geoghan was trapped in his cell by Druce, who jammed the door closed so Correction Officers could not reach him. Druce then strangled and stomped Geoghan to death. An autopsy revealed Geoghan's cause of death to be "ligature strangulation and blunt chest trauma."

At the time Druce killed Geoghan, he was already serving life without possibility of parole for killing a man who allegedly made a pass at him after picking Druce up hitchhiking. In the interim between the two above crimes he had become a small sensation for sending fake anthrax to lawyers with Jewish names from prison.

Original letter from the Mass. Dept of Corrections to Druce addressing his annual 2015 security level review. Signed in full and hand dated by Druce as well as signed by the chief officer of investigating services. Handwritten envelope that Duce sent the review in is also included.

Security level A is the highest level of security in Massachusetts prisons. Druce has been in segregation ever since the 2003 murder of  pedophile priest John Geoghan.

From the Massachusetts Department of Correction website:
MAXIMUM SECURITY: A custody level in which both design/construction as well as inmate classification reflect the need to provide maximum external and internal control and supervision of inmates primarily through the use of high security parameters and extensive use of internal physical barriers and check points. Inmates accorded this status present serious escape risks or pose serious threats to themselves, to other inmates, to staff, or the orderly running of the institution. Supervision of inmates is direct and constant.

Product Code: JDRUCE300E


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