On Mon, 30 Apr 2001 06:05:38 -0700, barb <[email protected]> wrote:
> Keith Henson is convicted by an uninformed jury. Part of the evidence
> against him was the case mentioned by Hoden of an ex-scientologist who
> shot up an org, and the jury wasn't allowed to know he was a clam?
Not only that, but Hoden inflamed the jury by saying the woman's unborn child was shot in the head, which was simply untrue. As others have posted, the child was born fine some 5 months later. Now this event was a tragedy, no question about it, but to imply critics like me had anything to do with a scientologist going insane and shooting up the Portland org is dishonest. > A Hubbard quote was attributed to Henson because the jury wasn't allowed
> to know the source of the quote?
"Destroy them utterly" is a common paraphrase of the last three words of the fair game policy. I used it in a post where I went on to say I was going do a series of pickets at gold. The judge forbid any mention of scientology beliefs or practices so I could not get on the witness stand and say where this came from so the jury ignored the quote marks and attributed it to me as a threat. > Is this correct?
Yep. Keith Henson