On Sun, 31 Jul 2005 17:48:58 GMT, [email protected] (Keith Henson) wrote:
>On Wed, 27 Jul 2005 07:19:30 GMT, [email protected] (Keith Henson)
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
SAN JOSE DIVISION
In re:KEITH HENSON,DebtorHILLARY DEZOTELL, KEN HODEN, and BRUCE
vs.H. KEITH HENSON Defendant.
CASE NO.: 98-51326 ASW-7ADV.NO.035136SPECIAL
INTERROGATORIES RELATED TO EXTRINSIC FRAUD IN THE UNDERLYING CASES
By the order of Judge WeissbrodtJuly 26, 2005
PROPOUNDING PARTY: DEBTOR H. KEITH HENSON
RESPONDING PARTY: Judge Albert Wojcik of the Hemet Court, 880 N.
State Street, Hemet, Ca. 92543
SET NO: ONE (NUMBERS 1-26)
In his reply to creditor's (HILLARY DEZOTELL, KEN HODEN, and BRUCE WAGONER) Motion for Summary Judgment, Debtor Henson asked the court for more time to respond, one particular being that one creditor and witness, Ken Hoden, may have been under duress when he testified at the debtor's criminal trial. (Mr. Hoden was reliably reported in the Fall of 2004 to be in Scientology's notorious punishment program known as the "Rehabilitation Project Force" or RPF.) The court gave debtor additional time and permitted debtor to attack the underlying cases to his bankruptcy on the basis of extrinsic fraud.
So that debtor could attempt to show that the underlying criminal judgment was obtained through extrinsic fraud debtor was permitted discovery:
JUDGE WEISSBRODT: You're welcome to send out interrogatories, Mr. Henson. . . . . you're not restricted in whom you can send an interrogatory to.
It is unusual for a court to grant such powers. But in this case, the creditors are a corporate front (RTC) for Scientology or interchangeable penurious members of an organization that exercises total control over their lives.
Further, Scientology has a well-established record of framing critics such as Paulette Cooper. The sentencing memorandum (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. MARY SUE HUBBARD, et al. Criminal Case No. 78-401) dated Dec. 3, 1979 includes this description:
" . . . [They] considered themselves above the law. They believed that they had carte blanche to violate the rights of others, frame critics in order to destroy them, burglarize private and public offices and steal documents outlining the strategy of individuals and organizations that the Church had sued. These suits were filed by the Church for the sole purpose of financially bankrupting its critics and in order to create an atmosphere of fear so that critics would shy away from exercising the First Amendment rights secured them by the Constitution."
Both "bankrupting" and "First Amendment rights" are common to the debtor's case and the events that led up to the above case where 11 high-level Scientologists were sentenced to prison. The above case was also rife with attempts to corrupt the judicial process. It might be noted that Scientology has not changed the "scriptures" such as "fair game" or "training routine lying" that "justified" such behavior in the years since that sentencing memorandum. SPECIAL INTERROGATORIES TO: The Party named above named and party's attorney of record, if any.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that defendant and debtor above named requests that party answer the following interrogatories under oath within 30 days from the date of service, pursuant to Rule 33 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Bankruptcy Rules 9014 and 7033. Return this interrogatory to the above captioned address in Hemet.
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Today August 11,2005 at 1:45 pm I mailed two envelopes with HK Henson deroggatories to the Clerk at Hemet Court and to Hon. Judge Albert Wojeik of the Hemet Court. Mailed regular post.