It is accurate, nonlibelous, and therefore safe to state that the only attorneys that the Scientology cult will hire are those attorneys who will participate in the cult's violation of basic human rights. Scientology will also not hire any attorney who will not participate in the violation of the cult's "creed."
If an attorney is unwilling to violate individual human rights and unwilling to violate Scientology's "creed," that attorney does not work for any Scientology organizations or Scientology affiliated organizations or entities. These organizations or entities necessarily include, but are not limited to, the Sea Org, the International Association of Scientologists, Religious Technology Center, Church of Spiritual Technology, Church of Scientology International, every org world wide, every franchise world wide, the Association for Better Living and Education International and all its organizations such as Narconon, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, Applied Scholastics and Criminon, the International Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance, Author Services Incorporated, all Scientology schools, and every company that participates in the World Institute of Scientology Enterprises.
All attorneys for all those corporations, companies, organizations or groups participate in a conspiracy to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate individual victims in the free exercise or enjoyment of rights and privileges secured to these victims by the Constitution or laws of the United States. Such a conspiracy is a U.S. Federal crime, specifically a violation of U.S.Code Title 18, §241, punishable by up to ten years imprisonment.
It is therefore accurate and nonlibelous to state that the only attorneys that Scientology and all its component parts will hire are those attorneys who will participate in criminal activity on behalf of the cult and its parts.
A major part of the proof of these charges is contained in the "contract," which the cultists are now attempting to enforce by lawsuit in Scientology v. Armstrong, Minton and the Lisa McPherson Trust, Marin County, California Superior Court Case No. CV 062321. http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/a1/mutual-release-1986.html
Every attorney who works for any Scientology organization or Scientology affiliated organization or entity is a "beneficiary" in this contract. This includes, but is not limited to, every attorney for the SO, IAS, RTC, CST, CSI, every org world wide, every franchise world wide, ABLE and all its organizations such as Narconon, CCHR, Applied Scholastics and Criminon, IFHRT, ASI, Scientology schools, and every WISE company.
The "beneficiaries" are also referred to in the "contract" as "releasees," and are identified as "parties" to the "contract." The "benefits" that the "beneficiaries" receive by their "contract" and its enforcement include the deprivation of a considerable number of rights and privileges secured by the Constitution and laws of the United States. These rights and privileges include, but are not limited to, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly, freedom of association, freedom of petition, freedom of protest, due process, freedom from slavery, litigant's privilege, priest-penitent privilege, and doctor-patient privilege.
The "benefits" that the "beneficiaries" seek to receive by enforcement of their "contract" include the violation of a number of principles or rules in Scientology's creed, including, but not limited to:
That all men have inalienable rights to their own religious practices and their performance;
That all men have inalienable rights to their sanity;
That all men have inalienable rights to their own defense;
That all men have inalienable rights to conceive, choose, assist or support their own organizations, churches and governments;
That all men have inalienable rights to think freely, to talk freely, to write freely their own opinions and to counter or utter or write upon the opinions of others
That the laws of God forbid man:
To destroy the sanity of another;
To destroy or enslave another's soul;
To destroy or reduce the survival of one's companions or one's group.
The "benefits" that the "beneficiaries" seek to receive by enforcement of their "contract" also include obstruction of justice, specifically by:
Prohibiting me from reporting criminal activity and punishing me for reporting such criminal activity;
Prohibiting me from cooperating in any manner with any organizations aligned against Scientology;
Prohibiting me from testifying or otherwise participating in judicial, administrative or legislative proceeding adverse to Scientology or any of the "contract's" "beneficiaries;"
Requiring that I avoid service of any subpoena compelling me to testify or otherwise participate in judicial, administrative or legislative proceeding adverse to Scientology or any of the "contract's" "beneficiaries;"
Requiring that I not assist or advise anyone, including individuals, partnerships, associations, corporations, or governmental agencies contemplating any claim or engaged in litigation or involved in or contemplating any activity adverse to the interests of any entity or class of persons comprising the "contract's" "beneficiaries."
The "beneficiaries" or "releasee parties" to the "contract" obtained my signature on their "contract" by duress and fraud. See, e.g., http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/a4/appeal/aob-a075027.html pp 29-34
Since 1986 when the cultists and their co-conspirator attorneys created their "contract," which defines their conspiracy to deprive their victims of rights and privileges secured to these victims by the Constitution or laws of the United States in violation of 18 U.S.C. §241, and to obstruct justice, not one "beneficiary," including not one attorney for Scientology or any Scientology affiliated organization or entity, has refused to participate in this criminal activity. During all these more than sixteen years, no representative of the Scientology cult or any Scientology affiliated organization or entity has at any time advised me that any attorney representing any of those organizations or entities is not or will not be a "beneficiary" of the "contract." Thus over sixteen years of evidence of these attorneys' willing participation in this criminal activity exists that proves the charges herein beyond a doubt.
If any attorney for Scientology or any Scientology affiliated organization or entity does not wish to be known as participating in criminal activity on behalf of the cult, that attorney can advise me that he or she is removing himself or herself as a "beneficiary" of the "contract," and is renouncing the unlawful "benefits" that the other "beneficiaries" seek by the "contract" and its attempted enforcement. Or that attorney can cease representing this cult that requires by this "contract" that its attorneys participate in and benefit by its criminal activity.
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