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From braintree!news.sprintlink.net!newsfeed.internetmci.com!howland.reston.ans.net!news.nic.surfnet.nl!sun4nl!xs4all!mail Tue Oct 31 10:54:11 1995 Path: braintree!news.sprintlink.net!newsfeed.internetmci.com!howland.reston.ans.net!news.nic.surfnet.nl!sun4nl!xs4all!mail From: carlos@alpha.c2.org (Blind Carlos) Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology Subject: Was henry attacked due to FBI contacts? Date: 31 Oct 1995 14:50:59 +0100 Organization: Mail to Usenet Gateway at Utopia Lines: 64 Sender: daemon@utopia.hacktic.nl Message-ID: <199510311340.FAA26656@infinity.c2.org> NNTP-Posting-Host: utopia.hacktic.nl X-Plug: Community ConneXion offers privacy on the internet. http://www.c2.org/ X-To: mail2news@utopia.hacktic.nl X-Mail2News-Complaints-To: postmaster@utopia.hacktic.nl -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Forgive me if this question has already been gone over, but the only discussion I've seen of Co$' motives in outing and ruining henry utterly has suggested that they were offended by his artful invective. But if memory serves, henry had contacted an FBI agent who specializes in computer crime just within weeks before Gene Ingram visited his home town. He was in touch with the agent about the Cancelbunny, and said that they had shown interest in the case and were maintaining contact with him. Was henry thus beginning to inflict real damage to Co$ above and beyond his literate and highly entertaining rants? Is that why they went after him? Think about it: it's quite possible that Co$ really has something to hide with the Cancelbunny, and an FBI investigation might have opened the door to unravelling a larger conspiracy. Capricorn has indicated that there is an "ARS unit" or something like that in OSA, and if so, the Bunny was probably under its direction. If the "ARS unit" exists, what skeletons does it have in its closet? Ingram himself is probably in a lot of trouble if the "ARS unit" can be penetrated. Ingram might have very effectively discredited henry as an informant for computer crimes investigators: he's accused of posting a bomb threat, was fired for "inappropriate posting", and allegedly has a record of illegal hacking. If the FBI has stopped trusting him for these reasons, and if no one else has taken up contact with them, then Co$'s may have made a brilliant (but sinister) move in avoiding a large risk. Henry was posting the FBI agent's name, address, phone and fax numbers in his .sigs, and like a clod I didn't save them. (I seem to recall the name Hugh McLean.) Did anyone save them? Does anyone know if the Cancel- bunny is still being investigated? BTW, I noticed something in the post from Vera Wallace (cleverly forwarded through Woody, perhaps for deniability) just after henry was busted that law enforcement should also take note of. About the alleged bomb threat: >The Church is very sensitive to such threats due to an actual bombing >of one of its buildings which took place approximately 11 years ago. >They apparently directed Gene Ingram to locate Hanry and determine if ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ >he was the one who made the bomb threat. Here is a clear statement indicating contact between the Church and a fugitive sought on felony charges (although she cleverly hedges with the word "apparently"). Wouldn't Federal or state authorities be interested in questioning Ms. Wallace as to what made her think this was the case? Who precisely are the law enforcement agents looking for Mr. Ingram? How doe one get in touch with them? (Grady, do you know?) Enthetically yours, Carlos -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: 2.6.2 iQCVAwUBMJYQpLmiVLx4/2CVAQF8IwQAvkRW7kIHIhbpdwM6+ac9LJzYc7X3Xj4A JYPiTDygz881GDqhZTcQ6ZEliXJDipn878rBd1BwwwDpze+WQapWn8aQy9ktefTW VBAURQC0Uked/dAEOior2JWQf71+ic0G9AIrdw2O2xoPJVLW1pNuaHJDGK1Sn/tA +I931GnJP+s= =jClI -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

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