On 24 Sep 2002 10:44:34 -0700, ladayla <[email protected]> wrote:
>In article <[email protected]>, "roger says...
>slimy. If the Court is not interested in this kind of chicanery, perhaps the
>Board of Realtors would be?
Don't know. Worth a try.
H. Keith Henson
2237 Munns Ave.
Oakville, ON, L6H 3M9
September 25, 2002
Santa Clara County Association of REALTORS
1525 Meridian Ave., Suite 101
San Jose, CA 95125
Dear Board Members:
I would like to call your attention to seriously unethical behavior on the part of one of your members. Of course, she will justify her behaviour as her religious duty to "fair game" me because thatís what her cultís dead guru, L. Ron Hubbard ordered them to do.
I have been subject to attack from the Scientology cult for years. After the cult corrupted the DAís office and the courts in Hemet, CA I was sentenced to a year in jail for picketing Scientologyís desert compound over the two women they killed in the spring and summer of 2000. As a result of death threats against me on the Internet I elected to become a refugee in Canada rather than be subjected to a Scientology controlled jail. This past summer my wife and I decided to sell our Palo Alto home so she could join me in exile.
We tried to sell it through an agent, but the ones we talked to were in fear for their children should they take such a commission. So we sold it ourselves, only to find it had an illegal lien in it. That involved the bankruptcy court. The court ruled that my creditor (Scientology) should be given a chance to get a better price. An agent contacted by our lawyer told my wife that we had received fair market and that the existing sale should go through since he could do no better. This would not give the cult the delay they were seeking so they turned to a Scientologist, Pat Dulleck who is a real estate agent as well as an agent for Scientology.
I believe that bringing in an agent who is well known for infiltrating and trying to destroy a Scientology splinter group and is a close associate of Darlene Bright who works against me for the cultís dirty tricks department is a violation of the courtís orders. In any case it is a serious violation of real estate ethics to be involved in this way without disclosing it.
Pat Dulleck and two others who we believe are also be Scientologists inspected my home without identifying themselves as members of the cult that considers me an enemy and will do anything under their "fair game" policy to destroy me.
The reason Scientology has been going after me is that I have exposed some of their criminal activities, practicing medicine without a license, and their internal secrets. You might be amused that the secret of Scientology is that for $160,000 they brainwash their members into thinking they are invested with thousands of the spirits of murdered space aliens brought to earth by the evil galactic ruler Xenu. These "space cooties" they will tell you are the root cause of your psychological and physical problems, but for *another* $200,000 you can get them exorcised! Next time you see John Travolta or Tom Cruise, consider they have spent upward of a million dollars on such bogus "treatments."
Scientology is vicious toward those who expose this tripe. And now they are using a San Jose real estate agent as a means of attacking me.
There is more here in a letter to a judge.
The details of the cults space cootie story can be found at www.xenu.net.
I took all the email address I could find off your web site, http://www.sccaor.com/. Sorry to bug everyone, but it really is a serious matter to have a real estate agent abusing trust this way.
Keith Henson http://www.operatingthetan.com/
PS Near as I can tell, Ms Dulleck did not multiple list the property. This is odd if she *really* was trying to sell at the best price and not just running a delay scam for her cult.
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