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Since some of the materials which describe the $cientology cult could be considered to be copywritten materials, I have censored myself and The Skeptic Tank by deleting any and all possible text files which describes the cult's hidden mythologies. I have elected to quote just a bit of the questionable text according to the "Fair Use" legal findings afforded to those who report. - Fredric L. Rice, The Skeptic Tank, 09/Sep/95 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- From news.interserv.net!news.sprintlink.net!EU.net!news.eunet.fi!anon.penet.fi Mon Jul 10 17:03:10 1995 Message-ID: <025307Z09071995@anon.penet.fi> Path: news.interserv.net!news.sprintlink.net!EU.net!news.eunet.fi!anon.penet.fi Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology From: an248805@anon.penet.fi (Clambo) X-Anonymously-To: alt.religion.scientology Organization: Anonymous forwarding service Reply-To: an248805@anon.penet.fi Date: Sun, 9 Jul 1995 02:43:13 UTC Subject: Re: More snow white revelations (forwarded) Lines: 110 (I was asked to post this as the original didn't show up on ars. Sorry if my forwarding of this causes a duplicate to appear) > dennis.l.erlich@support.com wrote: [Good stuff about Mo Budlong deleted] > There's lots of old GO staff that now work for OSA. Of course there is, including one of your "favorites", Kendrick "Ricky" Moxon. In the Stipulation of Evidence for United States vs. Mary Sue Hubbard, et al it mentions Moxon on several occasions. Remember, evidence stipulation means that BOTH the prosecution and the defendants agree to this, usually as a means to shorten trial lengths. This was NOT contested evidence! Some quotes - "On August 30, FBI Special Agents Joseph Jackson and John Pavlansky went to the offices of the Church of Scientology at 2125 S Street, N.W., in Washington , D.C. to attempt to locate Mr. Meisner. They were met there by Assistant Guardian for Legal Bureau Kendrick 'Rick' Moxon." {Note: There was a sealed warrant issued for Meisner previous to this incident.} " On October 8, 1976, FBI Special Agent Hansen served upon Assistant Guardian for the Legal Bureau in Washington, D.C. Kendrick 'Rick' Moxon a Grand Jury supoena for all the know handwriting exemplars of Michael Meisner and the employment application and personnel records in the possesion of the Church of Scientology." "On October 14, 1976, District of Columbia Assistant Guardian for the Legal Bureau Kendrick 'Rick' Moxon, submitted an affidavit with nine pages of handwritten material. In the affidavit, he stated that he was unable to locate the personnel file for Mr. Meisner, and that the nine pages of appended handwriting were those of Mr. Meisner. However, as the defendant Raymond stated to Mr. Meisner in a meeting in late September 1976, Mr. Moxon had been directed to supply the government with fake handwriting samples in lieu of Mr. Meisner's true handwriting exemplars." "The defendant Hermann told Mr. Meisner that he had entered the main IRS building on the morning of November 1, 1974, gone to the conference room where the meeting was to be held and placed a bugging device in a wall socket in that room." [exact building location details snipped] "Thereafter, Hermann left the building and waited in a car in the driveway of the museum with Don Alvarado and Carla Moxon (the assistant Guardian Communicator in the District of Columbia) and overheard [sic] and taped the entire meeting over the FM radio of the car." {Question, who is Carla Moxon? She was obviously G.O. in D.C. at the same time as Kendrick Moxon. Kendrick Moxon's name appears in more than I have quoted. The Stipulation is 284 pages of very small font typing so I really need to comb through it more carefully. It IS extremely interesting reading for those willing to pick through it. I thank "Clambo" for sending it to me. Just three final quotes that stuck out from the massive evidence of burglery, infiltration, electronic bugging and assorted coverups.} "At all times material to the indictment, L. Ron Hubbard was, by virtue of his role as the founder and leader of Scientology, overall supervisor of the Guardian's Office. His wife, Mary Sue Hubbard, held titles of "Controller" and "Commodore Staff Guardian" (CSG) and, as the second person in the hierarchy of Scientology, had duties which included supervision of the Guardian's Office. Jane Kember held the title of "Guardian World-Wide (GWW) and headed daily operations of all Guardian's Offices, reporting directly to Mary Sue Hubbard who in turn reported directly to L. Ron Hubbard." The following is something often overlooked in this whole sordid affair. Scientology was afraid that Meisner, who was in hiding at this time, would "blow" and "handle things as he saw fit". To preclude this from happening, Meisner was then, as defendant Heldt stated, ".. to be restrained and guarded. He is not permitted to leave." "On May 1, at approximately 6 pm., Brian Andrus, Peter Alvet, Information Bureau official Chuck Reese and two bodyguards visited Mr. Meisner and told him he was to be moved to another apartment. Mr. Meisner refused to leave, threatening to cause a commotion if forced to do so. The two guards handcuffed him behind his back, gagged him and dragged him out of the building. Outside they forced him onto the backseat of a waiting car. In the car one of the guards held Mr. Meisner down with his feet." {Note: Meisner was held under guard by COS for 28 more days until he finally escaped.} "Red Box data includes: (a) Proof that a Scnist[sic] is involved in criminal activities. (b) Anything illegal that implicates MSH, LRH. (c) Large amounts of non-FOI docs. (d) Operations against any government group or persons. (e) All operations that contain illegal activities. (f) Evidence of incriminating activities. (g) Names and details of confidential financial accounts" { Note: the above quote from Government Doc. #219 - seized by Special Agent Aldrich from defendant Willardson's office at the Cedars Complex.} All Quotes from Stipulation of Evidence, United States vs. Mary Sue Hubbard, et al - Criminal case No. 78-401, United States District Court for The District of Columbia. Apologists who say those in Scientology who were involved in this have been purged are simply deluded, lying or both. Gregg [resuming lurk mode] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- To find out more about the anon service, send mail to help@anon.penet.fi. If you reply to this message, your message WILL be *automatically* anonymized and you are allocated an anon id. Read the help file to prevent this. Please report any problems, inappropriate use etc. to admin@anon.penet.fi.

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