In this coolest turn of events, what I had known, but had never experienced,
$cientology's legal position was shown to be on sinking sand.
In this coolest turn of events, what I had known, but had never
experienced, $cientology's legal position was shown to be on sinking
$cientology has been able to obtain against me 3 or 4 or more summary
adjudication rulings from Judge Thomas, a judgment, a contempt order,
a warrant, and from the California Court of Appeal a dismissal of my
appeal, then another contempt order from Judge Thomas, and then a
warrant from Judge Smith, and then an order to show cause from Judge
Smith on this latest suppressive act by the people running $cientology.
I'm still unbudged from my certainty that the whole thing is unlawful.
And, moreover, that $cientology has unclean hands in this litigation,
from beginning to end. As a result I communicate freely. And should I
have to flee to ends of the earth; e.g., Germany, to be able to do so, I
Yet, as can be seen, one order from any judge and $cientology's big
legal erection falls. I have no idea what Judge Smith will rule
tomorrow, but he certainly gave me, someone (is there a Tommy on
a.r.s.?) said, the coolest Christmas present imaginable. It only takes
one ruling by one judge.
On what basis could $cientology then appeal? "What we sought to do to
Armstrong was ruled unlawful. We want what we want to do to Armstrong;
that is to say, to be able to say whatever we want about him, and he
not being able to respond, and the stripping, yes, of his freedom of
speech, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly, due process, and
freedom from slavery ruled lawful?" And in the meantime they would
have the hubris to ask that the warrants for my arrest, based on the
unlawful order be maintained, so that I can't file anything to oppose
their appeal? I wonedr if that idea reminds them of another withhold
that until now had been missed? Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. Wait until some
judge takes note of that little abuse of process.
$cientology lawyer Wilson noted during out phone conversation that I
had not responded to their latest filings, and it's true I had not
filed anything with the court in response. Yet, the 131 postings to
a.r.s., for which $cientology wants me jailed, contain, if read for
their content, and not just as whether they are violations of a legal
order regardless of content, all the reasons why the subject order is
I think I'll post them as a year end special.
$cientology's house of cards can come tumbling down any time God sees
(c) Gerry Armstrong
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