On Sat, 18 Aug 2001 14:30:19 +0200 (CEST), Nomen Nescio
>Moxon's continual harrassment of Keith Henson is a sign that he WAS
>deeply affected by his daughter's gruesome, electrical, "accidental"
>death at Gilman Hot Springs while engaged in her Scientological duties
>as laid out by Scientology leader David Miscavige.
I have very recent leaks out of scientology that it was David Miscavige who ordered the rodent inspections once a week, Sunday morning, in the transformer vault, *and* that they were not to turn the power off. I can't tell how accurate this is, but I have been seeing amazing stuff leaking out lately. >The last thing he would admit to anyone is that he is actually
>"affected" by all that. He doesn't want to give anyone the
>satisfaction. Get it? So, instead he has tried to compensate in the
>opposite direction to show how "strong" he is, by going on a psychotic
>vendetta against Keith because he thinks Keith was responsible for
>Stacey's death (even though Keith was hundreds of miles away at the
There is *no* question about him being affected. He went into a psychotic rage on a three way phone call with one of Graham's attorneys when I mentioned I was on my way out to gold to picket over his daughter's death. I am sure by that time he knew what I have found out recently about DM's direct involvement. (Though my sources don't say that DM knew who would actually go into the vault and was horrified at the possibility Kendrick Moxon might bolt the cult and spill all to the press not to the authorities --- who would not touch scn even for even outright murder.) >He has essentially gone psychotic (as defined by L. Ron Hubbard as the
>point where a person decides to "stop" something). He will not stop
>harrassing Keith, as Keith serves as a target for him to displace his
>anger and self loathing. He is madly doing anything he can to keep
>busy, to keep his mind off himself and what happened to Stacey and his
>own non-confront of David Miscavige (who is probably laughing at him
>for being such a weakling). Miscavige is probably wondering about
>Moxon, "Gee! How much more can this guy take and still come back for
>more? What a fucking loser. I though he was different from the rest of
>the Scientology slaves but I guess not."
DM is at least as insane over me as Moxon is. I kept rubbing his nose in the fact that there are no "Ots" last summer. And now they are reduced to sniveling in the courts about how Hillary Dezotell, Ken Hoden and Bruce Wagoner, have "suffered humiliation, mental anguish and emotional distress." Man is it going to be fun to read the report from the court appointed shrink who examines them. >What father could continue to support the organization that was the
>instrument of his daughter's death?
>You tell me.
Consider the consequences if he broke out of the cult's control. >Keith, I know you believe in freedom of speech, but, when faced with a
>kamikaze you might want to do yourself a favor and avoid. Don't be so
>available as a punching bag. At least make them spend resources
>tracking you down. Remember the Civil War where everyone stood in
>front of cannons and got blown to bits trying to prove they were
>brave. You certainly don't have to prove to us you are brave.
Consider some of the other things I have done. Doing open heart surgery on HIV cases takes more guts than this silly business. Besides someone has to stand up as an example that the worst they can do leaves you still standing. > You've
>done your part. I certainly wouldn't think anything less of you for
>bowing out. I'm glad that Dennis and Grady, whatever deal they struck,
>took their pound of flesh and retired. They, like you, did more than
>most of us and the combined efforts of everyone like you have taken
>their toll of Scientology.
Well, there are two reasons I have no incentive to settle. They have made it clear that they will hound me to my grave--or theirs. And consider Grady. They have only backed off of him because there are just to many other pressing matters. Keith Henson