contain Keith's latest legal filings in his suit concerning the high-risk SWAT-style "takedown" of Keith back on May 28, 2001. Henson may wish to reply to this post to point out particularly interesting exhibits and explain their significance. Most interestingly from my viewpoint is that the Halton ETF (a SWAT-style "Emergency Task Force") were dispatched to apprehend Henson while a dispatch log of the Toronto cops who called in the ETF them in states that Henson was "no hazard."
"No hazard" exhibit: http://www.operatingthetan.com/ex/images/ex_r1.htm
Description of high-risk takedown: http://www.operatingthetan.com/mtpd-complaint.txt
The small claims suit itself: http://www.operatingthetan.com/henshagg-suit.txt
http://www.operatingthetan.com has an archive of information concerning Keith Henson and his various legal cases--but mostly his frame-up in Riverside County.
http://www.operatingthetan.com/bunker.htm is a similar previous case, in which Scientology attempted to frame up Mark Bunker. In that case, Bunker had high-quality legal counsel courtesy of Bob Minton, and won a slam-dunk victory with a mere 20 minutes of deliberation.
These two cases had one major thing in common, besides Scientology. That is that Mafia and Scientology lawyer Elliot Abelson micro-managed both of them, despite both of them nominally being prosecuted as criminal cases by a district attorney's office. (Both DA's, despite that, were actually acting as thinly-veiled proxies for Scientology, the real party in interest.) http://abelson.da.ru explains Abelson's involvement in Henson's case.
http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=01/05/17/0238223&mode=thread Slashdot thread on Henson's asylum application.