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The state released a list of 43 relatives and friends who are visiting Lambrix at the prison in Starke, including his parents, three children, close friends and pen pals.
The couple first met the prince in 1974, and from then on, Nancy and Charles were pen pals of sorts.
After the inmate told authorities of the plot, federal agents were able to identify Velasquez through www.voiceforinmates.com, a website that provides addresses for inmates for prospective pen pals, according to testimony at the July hearing.
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PEN PAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pen pal for English Language Learners
: a person (such as someone in a foreign country) who you exchange letters with even though you have never met
PEN PAL Defined for Kids
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