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Since some of the materials which describe the $cientology cult could be considered to be copywritten materials, I have censored myself and The Skeptic Tank by deleting any and all possible text files which describes the cult's hidden mythologies. I have elected to quote just a bit of the questionable text according to the "Fair Use" legal findings afforded to those who report. - Fredric L. Rice, The Skeptic Tank, 09/Sep/95 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- From!!!!!pipex!demon!!Tony Fri Jul 21 09:24:49 1995 Path:!!!!!pipex!demon!!Tony From: Tony Sidaway Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology,,,misc.taxes, Subject: Re: The Noose is Tightening on CoS (was Big Suprise - 79K) (LONG) Date: Wed, 19 Jul 95 06:49:49 GMT Organization: Her Majesty's Pleasure Lines: 81 Distribution: world Message-ID: <> References: <3u8enc$> <> <3uf5mk$> <3uhke9$> Reply-To: X-NNTP-Posting-Host: X-Newsreader: Demon Internet Simple News v1.29 Xref: alt.religion.scientology:77018 misc.taxes:19022 In article <3uhke9$> "Tim Johnson" writes: > > second and third hand information as I said; allegations, claims, > reports of apparently incriminating court records (much of such > inflammatory information is the result of Mr. Erlichs activities, who > was thrown out of the Church for theft and Squirelling - that is, > altering the technology). > > Of course, someone will dutifully take exception to all these > statements, again. The rancor with which this occurs is my evidence. > So blast away. ... > What do you know to be fact, personally, yourself, with firsthand > knowledge - what do you *actually* know about the CoS? Answer that. > I disagree. Most people would accept the ability to go to the library amnd check a citation against court records as an objective proof of the existence of the court case in question. This is what I know about CoS. I am citing court trial numbers where necessary--each of these admittedly savage indictments of the church is a matter of public record, and each is a direct result of the actions of the church, not its critics. o E-meter condemned by US FDA 1971, in a ruling in which the court describes Hubbard's claims as a fraud and quackery. Case No. D.C. 1-63, United States District Court, District of Columbia, July 30, 1971 (333 F.Supp. 357). o Eleven senior scientologists imprisoned on criminal charges in a case in which many other scientologists were named as unindicted co-conspirators--including the church founder L. Ron Hubbard. Founder's wife Mary Sue Hubbard sentenced to a five year prison sentence and the maximum fine penalty. The charges related theft of government property and alteration or destruction of government records relating to the cult. No US government office was safe from the Scientologists. In a sentencing memorandum, the US Government, prosecuting, said: "It is the position of the United States that each and every one of the defendants herein fulfilled his duties as expected by the Church of Scientology, that all of their criminal activities, as well as those of all unindicted co-consiprators, were carried out in furtherance of the very goals of their church. The very policies of the church, as reflected by its Guardian Orders, called for the execution of massive criminal conspiracies and rewarded the participants for their success in carrying out these criminal policies." o Critic of the church Paulette Cooper, a journalist who wrote a book called "The Scandal Of Scientology" was deliberatelty harassed almost to the point of insanity by a deliberate church plan which came to light as a result of FBI raids on church premises. The plan, Operation Freakout, involved impersonating Paulette Cooper, making bomb threats traceable to her, and making anonymous and false accusations against her. It was brought to light in the Jane Kember trial, District Court, DC, criminal case #78-401. There are more. I could quote Judge Paul Breckenridge, Justice Laity, the German Labor Court, the French court that convicted L. Ron Hubbard in his absence when he skipped the French jurisdiction, and many other court verdicts against the church of scientology and its founder and prominent members. I could quote the affidavits of many former senior members describing the way the church has treated its members in the past. I could quote HCO bulleins and Guardian Orders which act as savage self-indictments of your cult. -- Xenu's Famous House o' Clams T-shirts! *All* profits go to MoFo to help with the Dennis Erlich Defense Fund. $15 per shirt, PIX @ Shipped in plain brown wrappers. Names/addresses kept in a Vera-proof place. Email to: Subj: SHIRTS (specify size) 4-8 weeks deliv


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