DM, and Hubbard before him, their core cultists and hired outside thugs, operate
on a fundamental doctrine: " We will do whatever we can get away with."
On Mon, 30 Jun 1997 05:51:29 GMT, email@example.com (Keith Henson)
>JimDBB (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>: A German TV crew has been in the US preparing a program on the scientology
>: cult. They were followed and harassed all the way from Florida to Chicago
>: by 5 cars of scientology agents. A number of top scientology criminals
>Ah, could you bring them by San Jose?
Ah, could you ask them to look into Marin County California Superior
Court case no. 157680, and see how it relates to religious freedom in
>: brought the police and the subsequent police report yielded two names of
>: two of these agents in one of the cars. They are:
>: Angel Adrian Casillas Jr. and William Thierry Dechanac ( not sure of this
>: spelling). They claim to be employed by Talon Executive Services of 1981
>: Brookhurst, Suite D-429, Huntington Beach, Calif. 714-434-7476
>: If anybody knows anything of these two or Talon Executive
>: services...please post or email.
I believe that Angel Casillas was a guy who was staking out/stalking
Jerry and Hana Whitfield in LA a few years back. They called the LAPD
(before the force sold whatever it still retained of its soul to the
cult) and Casillas was detained. He brought a bogus lawsuit (pardon
when it comes to cult-instigated litigation the obvious redundancy)
for false imprisonment against the Whitfields who were represented by
LA attorney Toby Plevin. I believe the lawsuit went nowhere and was
dismissed. The Whitfields, Ms. Plevin, and LA court files may provide
>: These guys are all paid with scientology's tax-exempt money and for some
>: odd reason I don't like being forced off the road by stooges
Yeah, it's scary. Although when DM's PIs messed around with me on the
freeway the IRS had not yet turned tail, so the terror was admittedly
not as great.
> I keep wondering why we are putting up with this. Is
>: anyone else puzzled by this?
DM, and Hubbard before him, their core cultists and hired outside
thugs, operate on a fundamental doctrine: " We will do whatever we can
get away with." I'll post more on this shortly.
So far that bunch of bullies has been able to get away with it, so
they think the idea works and they have invested all their beans in
it. But it's a really stupid policy because it can be proven
unworkable simply by not letting them get away with it.
When their basic policy of doing whatever they can get away with fails
them, because they can no longer get away with it, they will have to
do what they're told. They won't be able to get away with doing
anything else. It would be more pleasant for everyone if they would
do what they're told right now: end fair game, stop lying, let your
Coincidentally, they may find themselves in prison, because that is
where people with a policy of getting away with whatever they can get
away with very often end up when they don't get away with it. One of
ars's functions is to put an end to the cult's seeminly endless
getting away with it.
It's a very dangerous doctrine because you can bet that the idea has
crossed their criminal minds that they can get away with murder. ARS
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