In article <[email protected]>,
[email protected] wrote:
> In article <[email protected]>,
> [email protected] wrote:
> > We would like to thank Dave Touretsky, Roger Gonnet and Patricia Krenik for
> > their essays submitted for entry in the 2nd Annual Lisa McPherson Trust
> > Literati Contest.
> > These first three entries are currently being examined by the judges to
> > determine if they meet the qualification requirements.
> > For more information on the Literati Contest please see our web site at:
> > http://www.lisatrust.net/literaticontest/contestmenu.html
> > Keep watching as competition for the Literati Contest heats up closer to the
> > submission deadline of November 30, 2000.
> > Bob Minton
> For further information about Bob Minton and the executives of
> this "trust", please go to site www.parishioners.org.
> This is someone who has used the death of one of our parishioners, to
> further disinformation and bigoted views on our religion. He has never
> been a parishioner and is now using a "contest" to further denegrate
> her and our religion.
> See for yourself...
This Dorsai666 guy is in error. He never knew Lisa McPherson, and is using her name to attack those who would preserve the dignity of her memory. His actions on this site are an example of the "Criminal Mind" mentality of the $cn cult, i.e.accuse others of the things you are doing yourself to try to hide your crimes. I was a close personal friend of Lisa Mc Pherson, and I spoke to her a lot in her final year. She confided a lot of things to me. In September 1995 she told me, in the Fort Harrison, that "You are the only person who has really helped me through all this' by telling me to follow my own purposes, not those of others being forced on me." She had just gone Clear, and was happy at that moment. I had not seen her genuinely happy before, but just troubled. She was having "ethics handlings" that summer in her office by Benetta Slaughter, her boss. She wanted to leave the cult and go back to Texas to do something creative of her own. It looked to me that the ethics handlings were all designed to keep her in the $scn enterprise and producing money for the company and for $cn, from what she told me. She was under tremendous peer pressure to keep the $$$$$$ rolling in. This conflict of purposes, I believe, led her to being held in the grip of the cult till she died in December 1995. Although I lived in Clearwater at the time I was not informed of Lisa's being held in the FH as I had disconnected in July 1995 from the Slaughters after I did several weeks work for them (full-time) in May and June 1995 on the completing of their $800,000.00 new house at 300 Buttonwood Lane. They refused to pay me anything for that part of my work after it was done. I pursued the matter with a WISE arbitration that upheld the Slaughters' viewpoint because I had no written contract with them to get paid for my work. The engrammic arbitration was a total sham. I could see clearly that it was judged to my disadvantage due to the Slaughters contributing more than I did to WISE and Flag, and that that took priority over my request for normal exchange for my work. I was supposed to "learn a lesson" to always have a contract! I learned that I could not trust the Slaughters or WISE. Later I learned that to trust $cn at all was a mistake. There is more to this, all already given under oath in deposition, but I post this here to openly give my support to the LMT in its quest to honor Lisa's name and to expose the ongoing criminality of the $cn cult management mob. I hope that Dorsai666 keeps posting his stuff, as he is one of the best examples of brainwashed $cieno mentalities I have ever seen. Let his rantings be a flag to warn off others from getting sucked into a cult that is as heartless as stone. Lisa was a being of great Love and warmth. May she long be remembered as such, and may her Trust be a beacon to ward off those who might perish on the rocks of the cult of $cientology. I am grateful that she lived, and to have been her friend. She would be proud of the work of the Lisa McPherson Trust. Michael.