From: [email protected] (Gregg)
Subject: [Keith Henson on Gregg's machine] Status from Riverside probation report
Date: Sun, 13 May 2001 04:12:56 GMT
Organization: Temple of At'L'An
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Late last week I talked to Garry Davis, the parole officer who is
writing the report for my case. He expressed the opinion that this
was more of political case than a criminal one, and that the political
pressure to put me in jail was very high. He agreed with me that
parole would not work because the cult would employ political pressure
to get me hauled in on violations.
Remember the fantasy posting last summer which had me slathering on
SPF 8000 sun block and guiding a warhead down on gold base with a
laser designator? Never mind that the post was humor, mixing silly
elements in an entirely implausible scene, or that the two lines I
added to the original post were non threatening. Never mind that I
had absolutely zero control over what Fred Rice and Patrick Volt added
after I put in a 2 line reply.
The latest news from Garry is that this post is being used to
determine the recommended sentence as if I had written the whole
posting and that it was a threat. This one was by critics, but the
cult could add anything they wanted to a critic's post. While a court
might throw it out the way this one did with Shy David's GPS readings,
it seems that anything, no matter how unfair, can be attributed to
someone and used to determine sentencing, in this case, Fred's
trolling about IR illumination of a target.
This is one of several fundamental violations of fairness by the
Riverside DA, making me responsible for something I didn't do, Rosen
interrogating me under civil rules in a criminal case (bypassing the
5th Amendment) for the DA in a bankruptcy deposition, and the DA
trying to introduce ShyDavid's GPS readings against me in court.
If you think this sounds like a story from the old USSR or a third
world country you are not alone.
PS, if you go to Deja (google now) and put in SPF 8000 as the phrase
in advanced search of a.r.s, you get this one post.
From: [email protected] (Patrick Volk)
Subject: Re: [Keith Henson on Gregg's machine] Status from Riverside probation report
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 13 May 2001 05:32:03 GMT
On Sun, 13 May 2001 04:12:56 GMT, [email protected] (Gregg) wrote:
First of all, I'd like to say the the I feel bad about the CoS
targeting you, for what seem to be my posts. With the crap the CoS
puts you through, I feel like they're using me to get you, which
really pisses me off.
I was playing Starcraft when those posts came around. In Starcraft,
there is this unit (Terran) called the ghost. The ghost has some
abilities, one of them being the targetor for nuclear strikes. They
also are invisible, except in the presence of a detector unit. I
thought that was the allusion.
You didn't really add anything to the post, aside from correcting
me, and then me and Fred took it from there. Hell, I even made the
point of saying that the CoS would do a strike first. I am the one who
painted the scenario, and even put the :) at the bloody end.
The only thing I would say, is I was intentionally vague on the
numbers. I know how accurate US weapons are. I took numbers which
would be good in the 70's. I knew how ridiculous the scenario was
(nuclear weapons are prime examples of trading accuracy for sheer
volume. The epitome of that were the Titan missiles of the 60's)
The lawsuit is total and utter bullshit. Hell, the only thing you
did was correct what I said.
>it seems that anything, no matter how unfair, can be attributed to
>someone and used to determine sentencing, in this case, Fred's
>trolling about IR illumination of a target.
Keith, if I could do anything to help, please let me know.
>5th Amendment) for the DA in a bankruptcy deposition, and the DA
>trying to introduce ShyDavid's GPS readings against me in court.
This is certainly not fair. It really pisses me off to see them do
this to you, Keith.
>If you think this sounds like a story from the old USSR or a third
>world country you are not alone.
>PS, if you go to Deja (google now) and put in SPF 8000 as the phrase
>in advanced search of a.r.s, you get this one post.
The CoS must be deathly afraid of lawsuits in Pittsburgh. They take
what I say, and use it against you.
Patrick Volk (it's Volk, not Volt)