December 22, 2000
December 22, 2000
Andrew H. Wilson, Esquire
Wilson Campilongo LLP
475 Gate 5 Road
Sausalito, CA 94965
By E-mail: [email protected]
Re: $cientology v. Armstrong, Marin SC No. 152229/157680
Dear Mr. Wilson:
I left two messages for you yesterday and just spoke with you this morning.
I requested from you time in which to file a response to whatever you intend to file with Judge Smith before the December 27, 2000 hearing.
I argued that if you are going to mock up another poison apple I should at least have the opportunity to take a bite. I argued the common courtesy of a grant of a period of time for a party to respond to any filing. But I also believe that itís almost certainly the law. You were hoping to pull a fast one.
You refused to grant my request. You said that because I had not responded to your application I now couldnít respond to whatever else you filed. I said bullshit.
You said you were not saying anything new. And I said in that case donít file it.
You said that the only problem was that the judge didnít read what youíd submitted. In that case, get the judge to read whatís there.
But if you file anything new, which you say you intend to do, and by anything new I mean any piece of paper whatsoever, I want an opportunity to respond.
I want two weeks from the date you serve me with whatever you file to respond. And I want the hearing on this matter set for a week beyond that.
You cannot argue that there is some huge rush all of a sudden. That too is bullshit. These alleged "violations"you want me jailed and fined for go back, by your own words, to February 20, 1998. Whatever were the crime cultists you work for doing during all that time?
Please arrange for the scheduling Iíve suggested above and communicate directly back to me. What else can you possibly do?
Very truly yours,
© Gerry Armstrong