barb <email@example.com> wrote in news:3D9C2DE5.BE6388D1@cox.net:
> Nowhere in Gregg's post does it indicate that he actually read
> the sealed ruling. Despite Rosen's snivelling to the court to
> the contrary, the information he included in his post could very
> well be from the same source as the information in my first post
> to this thread. I didn't read the thing either.
The fax was sent to Gregg's home in Canada. Gregg was home, Keith was not. Gregg had the opportunity to read the fax before Keith ever saw it. If Gregg did read it, if Gregg did communicate the contents to others, so what?
Gregg is no more bound by Whyte's order to seal the decision than were US journalists bound by a Canadian judge's gag order during the infamous Homolka-Bernardo murder trials here a few years back.
Even IF Gregg read the fax, even IF he communicated the contents to other people, he didn't break any Canadian laws and Keith didn't violate Whyte's stupid order. And there's not a damn thing Whyte or the cult can legally do about it. Except whine to each other, of course.
-- "I have no clue what is really going on, so I have no idea what to do."
Scientologist Phil Chitester