On Thu, 19 Apr 2001 19:50:45 GMT, [email protected] (Norm Grange) wrote:
>Try as I might, this (below) doesn't make any sense. Is it the
>DA's office that was behaving like Scientologists (Gina Walters,
>Sandra Berges, Vera Passa), or were you getting the tapes from
>Scientologists from one of their buildings / offices? If it was
>the DA office, why were they acting like criminals? Your
>narrative isn't clear to folks who walked into this movie late.
>Also, since the DA wishes to "plea bargan" the trumped-up charges
>"to almost nothing," that to me seems like an excellent sign that
>the DA knows there case is weak. In a way I'm glad you didnt
>accept the "plea bargan," and in another way I wish you had,
>considering the "plea bargan" may have resulted in only probaion
>for a year or two.
>Henson, if you are ever in Las Vegas Nevada, I will consider it
>an honor and privilage to picket with you.
While this might have been an option were this a one-shot deal, where Henson would never deal with the cult again, they are on a mission to destroy him utterly. Any admission by him of wrongdoing would constitute an agreement by him to his own demise. As Grady Ward has learned, "settling" with them generally entails an *intensification* of their effort to destroy you, NOT any kind of lasting peace. Therefore, accepting this plea bargain dangled on a stick would be to be a beggar to his own demise. Only total victory is acceptable, and even in the unacceptable case of a defeat, even a flat defeat is better than giving the cult agreement to proceed with destruction. As suspected, the proffer of a weak plea bargain is a last-ditch effort by the DA cult-puppet Schwarz to get anything at all from this case. They know their case is weak, and they have shown the first sign of weakness. Now is the time to proceed with the destruction of their pathetic lie-filled excuse for a case, which is comprised entirely of suborned perjury and amounts to a prosecution for protected free speech in a malicious attempt to create a situation where the Scientology cult is immune to criticism, and picketing and posting reports of the pickets to Usenet somehow constitutes "terrorism." In any case, even a flat-out loss on every count fought vigorously all the time would be better than an agreement by Henson that he is a "criminal," which would be unappealable, and which would be immediately used for his utter destruction by the cult. No agreement with this cult is possible except an agreement that they cease to exist. ptsc