Re: cult tries to steamroller Ward in bankruptcy court
[08 December 1997]

Grady: No need to tell you, but it is standard cult litigation practice
to use ex parte contact with any judge whenever possible.


From: armstrong@ntonline.com (gerry armstrong)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: cult tries to steamroller Ward in bankruptcy court
Date: 8 December 1997
Organization: Rapidnet Technologies Internet

Posted and emailed

On Mon, 08 Dec 1997 15:57:08 GMT, grady@promisecreepers.org (Grady
Ward) wrote:
>
>According to a statement from my wife, Andrew Wilson and Kendrick Moxon
>have asked Hon. Alan Jaroslovsky for an emergency ex parte order to lift
>the automatic stay of bankruptcy at place in my case at a hearing in Santa
>Rosa on December 11, 1997.
>
>This kind of application without serving it upon me with adequate notice
>violates many local rules as I will of course relay to the Judge in the most
>timely fashion possible. I hope I will be served the text of the cult's
>latest motion so I can effectively respond. Just like the cult, eh?
>
>Now I have *9* cult lawyers attacking me, including the infamous Kendrick
>Moxon who remains unindicted for his role in the Operation Snow White
>debacle.
>
>
>--
>Grady Ward grady@promisecreepers.org +1 707 826 7712
>http://209.66.96.19/g/r/grady/
>924E 7EE8 3225 09F8 E6D4 2D42 B9EE AA04 97/10/26


Grady:

No need to tell you, but it is standard cult litigation practice to
use ex parte contact with any judge whenever possible.

Use this post if you want.

[Quote]

IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

In re GERALD ARMSTRONG
Debtor.

No. 95-10911

ORDER ON LETTER APPLICATION

  On this date, the court received a letter from attorney Andrew
H. Wilson requesting modification of the standard discharge in this
case. While the request seems completely meritless, and evidences lack
of understanding of the difference between an objection to discharge
under section 727 of the Bankruptcy Code and a determination of
dischargiability under section 523, the court has no intention of
ruling on the letter. Wilson shall immediately do the following:
  1. Inform all persons who received a copy of the letter that
the court considers it an improper request.
  2. Serve a copy of this order on all persons who received a
copy of the letter and file a proof of such service; and
  3. Refrain from any further attempt to obtain an order from
the court except by proper application and notice.

Dated March 17, 1997
Alan Jaroslovsky
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge

[End Quote]

I only received a copy of Wilson's March 13 letter requesting Judge
Jaroslovsky sign Scientology's proposed order when I received the
Judge's March 17 order. Wilson and Scientology to this date have never
served me with a copy of the proposed order they sent to Judge
Jaroslovsky for signature.

After Wilson's cult drove me because of their threats from the US,
the cult tried this ex parte approach out on Judge Jaroslovsky, and
without serving me with what they were doing.

You can probably use the language in the Wollersheim II opinion
regarding Scientology's litigation practices to have Judge Jaroslovsky
rein in the cult's litigation machine.

Let me know if I can help in any way.



Gerry






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