On Sat, 02 Oct 2004 09:41:37 -0700, Rev. Desertphile de Rothschild <[email protected]> wrote:
>On 02 Oct 2004 05:24:04 GMT, [email protected] (IDA J 007) wrote:
>>Thanks for this Tory . I see Ken Hoden listed here . He is from Golden Era and
>>testified in Keith Henson case. Those who saw him later said he appeared very
>>pale and possibly ill.He didn't look healthy at that time either . I recognize
>>other names there --Woodcraft,Pearce,Heldt,Boykin,.
>Hoden not only slandered and lied about Henson (and me), he also
>perjured himself. Does he now feel contrite for doing so? Ashamed?
>Perhaps the RPF has finally taught him how evil it is to be victimized
>for real, and perhaps he has gained some hint of what criminal abuse
>he helped inflict upon Henson.
>But I doubt it. When I met him I felt so sorry for him:he looked to
>used and abused (though that might hae been because Stacey Moxon had
>died just a few minutes before). Once I read about his perjury in the
>Henson mock trial, all sense of my feeling sorry for him dried up.
>Hoden went to the RPF for the death of Moxon, and his perjury against
>Henson was his "amends project."
>Hoden's *REAL* "amends project" would be to run to the Riverside DA's
>office and confess.
There is a wee bit of a problem there. If Hoden were to walk into the DA's office and offer to confess, the cult would be called to send out a thug squad to take him back.
Graham Berry saw a letter in the DA's open file about me that was from Gerald Feffer (husband of Monique Yingling, major lawyer for the thug cult) to the elected DA Grover Trask. The first letter was dated in 2000 before I started picketing out there and a was addressed "Dear Grover."
Also DA Tom Gage lied to the court when he filed the indictment against me. I can prove he didn't provide notice by mail. The only way I found out is because the cult lawyers screwed up an misinterpreted something I put in a filing in the Hurtado case.
One of my contacts in Riverside says that while my case was the first he knew about where they tried to add "failure to appear" charges by not giving someone notice, it has become common practice since then. As Sergeant Secor told me,
there is no way to report corrupt and illegal activity of this kind by DA officials. That's why Riverside's DA office and courts deserve their reputation as the most corrupt in the US.
After years of experience with law enforcement entirely unwilling to "lift the tail of a skunk" I don't have any advice about where someone should go if they were a former cult insider who wanted to confess to law enforcement.
Talking to Mark Ebner or another author is my only suggestion.