$cientology liar Andy Wilson, Esq, writes in his sworn declaration filed in $cientology v. Armstrong, Marin County Superior Court No. 152229:
17. From February 20, 1998 through the present, Armstrong has made a total of 131 postings to the Internet, each of which violates one or more provisions of the Injunction. True and correct copies of a sampling of these postings are attached hereto as Exhibit K. A complete listing of these postings is attached as Exhibit L.
I made at least 2289 postings to the Internet, all of which violate $cientology's insane Injunction, during the period of February 20, 1998 through November 13, 2000 the date Wilson signed his perjurious declaration.
This liar and the crime cultists with whom he's collaborating would have me jailed for the 131 postings and then while in jail have me locked up for life for the rest of my postings. Even if the judge only gives me two days in jail per posting, that's almost 13 years in prison. But the judge can hit me with five days per violation, which would mean 32 years in prison.
Then there are the 120 or so postings I've made from November 13 through the present, which would add about another year. So, if they kept me in solitary and nobody listened to me in prison, I would be out when I'm eighty-seven.
Of course there's the matter of the crime cultists having me disposed of quietly and without sorrow in prison, which is really their insane plan.
$cientology is a criminal enterprise and should be treated like any criminal enterprise, and their lying scumbag lawyers treated like lying scumbag lawyers working for a criminal enterprise.
© Gerry Armstrong