I think it is really exciting that this issue might be litigated in Clearwater.
On Sat, 03 Mar 2001 08:12:15 -0800, Chris Leithiser
>> >In January of this year, Maria Pia Gardini contacted the Lisa McPherson
>> >Trust to ask us to help her recover 1.5 million dollars from Scientology. The
>> >story she told of fraud and abuse was so terrible that we asked her to come to
>> >Clearwater to tell her story on video.
>I think you are right if you too think that this smells like extortion on
>$cientology's part. The fact that they forced her to sign a form to get
>a REFUND OF HER OWN MONEY, which allegedly states that she is not
>allowed to tell the truth about $cientology, is clearly an abuse of
>power ont he part of a UFO nut-cult which thrives on the abuse of power.
Exactly, who would sign such a document, one which prohibits you from
communicating about your "religious" experiences, unless under duress
or by fraud, or both.
I think it is really exciting that this issue might be litigated in
Clearwater. These silence "contracts" from the $cientology criminal
enterprise will very soon be struck down as an illegal, insane idea. I
will enjoy that a great deal.
And I will do whatever I can to assist in any way in this issue. The
"contract" the crime cult says it has with me, and has been
"enforcing" these past 10 years, is the absolutely best example of why
these "contracts" are unenforceable and must be ruled illegal. The
"contract" with me provides 14 years of $cientology's interpretation
of these "contracts" and their criminal actions resulting from that
interpretation, from which they cannot back away.
It's funny that by protecting themselves with these illegal and truly
insane "contracts" the Miscavige regime has made itself utterly
vulnerable. And all of its crime cult lawyers are vulnerable.
I laugh every day that I'm alive and that $cientology is dying. Just
imagine, when $cientology is dead, I'll be able to speak freely and
travel freely and not have to worry about being assassinated by these
criminals. Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. Come on $cientology, do one thing good
as an organization, just die.
(c) Gerry Armstrong
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