On Fri, 16 Jan 2004 18:09:33 +0100, Tilman Hausherr <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>On Thu, 15 Jan 2004 20:09:47 GMT, email@example.com (Dr. Desertphile)
>wrote in <bu6s2d$ed00j$1@ID-197010.news.uni-berlin.de>:
>>In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>>eter Golembe says...
>>> She might not be mentally stable, but this goes too far.
>>> Isn't she posting from a public library?
>>The tech at the Library's ISP whom I talked with said that Barbara
>>Schwarz's slander and libel is an issue one must redressed with the
>>Salt Lake City Library, and not the ISP. He said he doesn't have
>>anything to do with correcting illegal behavior. He suggested that
>>Schwarz be sued.
>The best is to write to the INS successor so that she gets deported by
Worth trying, but we know that scientology is supporting BS to some extent. Thus I really doubt the INS or whatever it has been renamed would consider deporting her.
It would not surprise me to find the INS was as deeply corrupted by scientology as the IRS. I know of two incidents, the first being a well known case where scientology imported more than 100 slaves in a way that the INS lost track of them entirely. That's the case where the guy who reported it was threatened by the INS with being locked up if he didn't shut up.
The other incident was where a notorious european OSA operative (who had been active against the German government) was rewarded with a hard to obtain green card. He was connected to scientology's actions against Bob Minton among other things. I met this guy one time.
I would be happy to direct real US law enforcement agents to people who know more than I do about these two cases. Here is my number, 519-770-0646. However, I don't expect law enforcement agents to call.
Scientology gets away with corruption clear up to murder because sensible people don't want to deal with budget busting cases and the personal harassment you have to expect when going after scientology.
PS if you take exception to the last paragraph, look at the Lisa McPherson criminal case.
>Libel laws are strict here. Barbara did already lose at
>least one libel lawsuit before.
>Additionally, she will get the psychiatric help she needs.
>Prof. Nedopil, her former therapist, has a lot of knowledge about