On Sun, 22 Jul 2001 13:34:58 GMT, "Kevin Brady"
<[email protected]> wrote:
>"Diane Richardson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> On Sun, 22 Jul 2001 08:18:20 GMT, [email protected] (Gregg) wrote:
>> >>>>>Fair game comes full circle.
>> >>>As you can see from his posts excerpted above, Henson was
>> >>>expressing his delight and glee at creating anxiety and fear
>> >>>among Goldern Era Studio employees, none of whom he
>> >>>knew personally. The only reason he picked out these people
>> >>>to harrass and intimidate was because of their religious affiliation.
>> >No, I would do it to any group which had killed someone like they did
>> Thank you, Keith, for getting to the crux of the matter.
>> You admit you were following the buses ONLY because the
>> people in the buses were Scientologists.
>That's not what he said, he said he was following a bunch of people that
>might have been involved in a killing.
Not exactly, I was protesting scientology's callous disregard for human life and, of course, trying to get them to break out of the trance. I hardly claim sole credit, but I have been involved in a significant number of people getting out of the criminal cult of scientology. My main interest in the buses was to see if there were more apartments where I could collect numbers for Arnie to send postcards to. It seems the gold staff is concentrated in those two locations. It also seems they are so tightly controlled that mail to their apartments is collected by the guards and trashed. They never see even junk mail. But at least the guards got to see Arnie's post cards before they were tossed. >> You admit you did not know any of the individuals on the buses,
>> and that you harrassed them ONLY because of their religious
>That is not what he said. Whose agenda are you trying to present as truth
>here, Diane? Have you been tricked into serving a group that is not
>deserving of your protection? Are you a dupe, or a knowing party to crimes?
As I mentioned, I would protest banks, hardware stores, political parties or organized crime which were as callous toward human life as the scientologists showed their organization to be last year. Even if you do consider them to be a religions, they are also organized crime. >> >Lisa McPherson or the two women who died at gold base that spring.
>> >Know any hardware stores or banks which have done so recently?
>> >>And it has *nothing* to do with either identifying who was stalking
>> >>him, or getting the truth out to the members? I guess I don't have
>> >>to mention your delusions here, or the incredible spin you seem to
>> >>be trying to put on the situation.
>> >I tried to get a photograph of a board with the apartments numbering
>> >at Fruitvale. Couldn't read the numbers off the photograph. I went
>> >back and just copied the numbers down on paper. The numbers went to
>> >Arnie for postcards. Because it was inside a locked fence, there was
>> >no way to get the numbers off the Kirby apartments.
>> Further evidence that Keith Henson was actively harrassing and
>> intimidating these people ONLY because of their religious affiliation.
>Not at all, your obfuscation does not fool people with discerning minds.
>That was not what he said, what he said was he was investigating a group of
>people that might have been involved in a murder and its cover-up.
>> >One thing I was after was good photographs of staff members to put up
>> >on the sites where people are looking for lost family members. But I
>> >got very few which were good enough. I was always on the lookout for
>> >Andre Tabayoyon's son, but never got a picture of him.
>> Thanks for providing this information, which thoroughly supports my
>> opinion of your actions last summer.
Of course, my interest in photos was to help relatives locate missing and disconnected family members such as Tabayoyon's son. I suppose helping people locate missing relatives would be considered a bad thing if you were warped enough. Keith Henson