On Fri, 07 Oct 2005 18:27:57 GMT, [email protected] mail.com (David Rice, Esq.) wrote:
>On Thu, 06 Oct 2005 04:01:14 GMT, [email protected] (Keith
>> Last time I saw Doc Wong he was picketing Bill Scannell's girlfriend's
>What state was that in? Picketing a residence is against the law
>> Bill called me and I showed up to counter picket Doc Wong on this
>> sleepy little residential street up toward Redwood City. Chased him
>> several blocks to where he had parked his car. I think there is a
>> report on ars.
>My search at http://holysmoke.org/kh/kh.htm failed to show any
>reference to a Wong.
It is still on Google, in two places because someone quoted in it on 2001. Here it is again.
Since the Co$ is too incompetent to locate my home near Cape Town, they decided to send a member of their cult to picket the home of my girlfriend, whom I'm visiting with for the next eight days.
At about half past one this afternoon, a worthy oriental gentleman by the name of Harry Wong showed up in front of her Redwood City home with a "David Johansen: Religious Bigot" sign and matching leaflets. The sign was one-sided (bad sign tech) and had a blurred picture of me taken with a telephoto lens.
I called Redwood City's Finest to find out whether it was legal to picket private residences in town. Despite the fact that it is legal, the police (no doubt noting the cult's violent past and present) sent two cruisers over to make sure all was well.
Harry Wong was well-dressed, well fed and polite: clearly a public. He told me he has been a $cientologist for over ten years and that I was a religious bigot for picketing the cult in LA. I told him the Xenu story (didn't believe me) the Lisa story (a plot against the Co$) and Hubbard's attitudes toward Asians (didn't believe me). At my request, he promised to send me my SP declare, noting that OSA 'dealt with people like you'.
Best quote from Harry Wong: 'If Scientology were a dangerous cult, you'd be afraid of me.'
After an hour or so, Keith Henson showed up with his own picket sign and informed Harry he was 'mocking up his reactive mind'. Harry lasted about five minutes in Keith's presense before scurrying off to his van -escorted by Keith and myself. Keith took some great pictures of Harry, his car and licence plate. Harry may have been smilin' but he was not a happy unenturbulated camper by the time he left.
Note to the cult: Picketing the home of a lawyer whose firm is engaged in litigation with your cult is a bad idea. Ask the 'Ho - even she knows better.