On Tue, 24 Jul 2001 00:23:30 +0100, "Rev. Norle Enturbulata"
>"Diane Richardson" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> On Mon, 23 Jul 2001 16:10:59 -0400, ptsc <ptsc AT nym DOT alias DOT
>> net> wrote:
snip >> >Henson dug up the identify of St. Laura / Jolie Steckart, therefore he is
>> >Fair Game.
>> No he didn't. Laura Terepin Bryannan Morrison contacted *him* by
>> email, then started feeding him with information. which he then
>> proceeded to present here as results of his "investigation."
I believe my first contact with the real Laura was by telephone. And she did indeed supply certain information about Carla Nelson and her one time husband (spacing the name) and provided a photograph from their wedding to me and others involved in the investigation. The photograph was very useful in closing the loop as to where Jolie had picked up Laura's ID and life story. Carla's then husband was identified from the photograph as the person who introduced Jolie to a CAN person. Carla was both a former close friend of the real Laura and (by that point) a highly placed scientologist in the Chicago org. >> Laura Terepin Bryannan Morrison used Keith Henson as her sock
>> puppet. Henson quite happily went along with her plan.
Since she didn't know Jolie, the real Laura did not contribute to the investigation branch that traced Jolie back to Carroll College, forward though her amazing junior year ah . . . entanglements . . . to her MS degree in acting at Northwestern and the interviews and identifications of her family, and finally to the photographs. There were several people involved, some of whom have taken public credit (if under anon IDs) for the work they put into this project and some have not. My part in this is known to several people. It was partly that of being a central exchange point for the others and partly that of finding and using some unusual Internet resources. Of course what has come out since then is even more amazing. (And known to enough people that you can just ask one of them.) Let me put it this way, a biography or autobiography of Joile Steckart would be a best seller. No question about it. Keith Henson