On Wed, 04 Apr 2001 20:51:05 -0400, Beverly Rice <[email protected]>
>Keith Henson wrote:
>> I normally keep letters of this kind closely held, but this afternoon
>> I found out that it is *extemely* likely the cult gets them, so there
>> is no point in not posting it for everyone to enjoy and use in writing
>> your own letters to local FBI offices about these abuses. (On the off
>> chance they are not reading these right out of a particular FBI
>> office, I will delete the names.)
>Keith, the FBI does ~NOT~ care.
>The IRS does ~NOT~ care.
>US elected officials do ~NOT~ care.
>The ~Justice System~ <spit> does ~NOT~ care.
There is a lot of truth in what you say. However, when enough people bitch about a situation like the clams running roughshod over the US justice system, something *will* be done about it. (Or in the alternative, people rise up in large enough numbers to do something if no official response is forthcoming.) >Before people aim their flame-throwers at me, I will say this
>is simply my own opinion based on seeing this "game" played
>out repetitiously over decades with neither of the above
>parties doing anything but caving and/or backing off.
>In the public, with extreme caution of how one should respond
>or what they should say or do in certain situations, is the
>best way I see to make any impact.
For very good reasons, I expect this letter went right into the hands of the scns. So there was no downside of posting it here. >I admire your stand in facing off with the Co$. The average
>person would have buckled a long time ago.
A trait I seem to share with President Bush if you read the letter carefully. Of course, Rosen as their official representative made it clear to me that there was no upside to backing off. I don't remember if was on the transcript, but he made it clear at a deposition that only the death of scintology or me would end this battle, and that even if scientology were to back off or die he would continue to go after me personally just at they had. Consider the example of Grady Ward. He has not been causing them any trouble for at least a year and they *continue* to go after him tooth and nail. Being utterly cornered leaves me no option but to fight. Leaving your opponents no way out is a stupid way to operate, but scientology is well known for this trait. Has to do with all the brain's processing power being used up running a low quality simulation of LRH's mind. Keith Henson