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C.C.H.R Tried to Stop Free Suicide Hotline Bill in Texas

Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by Anonymous, May 26, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Saw this on marty's.
    Copy pasta
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    http://www.mygov365.com/legislation/view/id/4d5e2cad49e51bed35710200/tab/overview/
    It was passed.
    Finally, CCHR – the once vanguard of patient’s rights and foe of policitically motivated committment procedures, has declared war on a Bill introduced by a long-time State Assembyman representing the ghettos of Houston. The bill seeks to create a suicide hotline to prevent what is becoming an epidemic of self-destructive “solutions” in poor areas. The bill further seeks to afford protection from rampant gang violence inflicted upon inner city children trying to get on with an education and becoming productive members of society. Is the church proposing to man its own suicide hotline or bullying protection line in Houston, or anywhere else? No, of course not. Their ONLY target is to STOP. You can google HB 1386 Texas – read the proposed legislation to see whether my analysis is unreasonable. Here is a “church” of Scientology emergency call to arms in the year 2011:
  2. Anonymous Member

    It's sad to see the once great CCHR fallen so far. In Marty's day they stood only for noble causes, like pretending that psychiatrists caused the holocaust and September 11.
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  3. Daverator Member

    "CCHR – the once vanguard of patient’s rights and foe of policitically motivated committment procedures"

    That's some funny shit!
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  4. tried not try'ed
  5. Anonymous Member

    Anyone got news connections that you can forward this info to?

    Also, just in case if anyone wants to give the sponsors for the bill some ammo to use against the CCHR if they keep pushing this, here is their contact info:

    Garnet Coleman - Representative
    Capitol
    Post Office Box 2910
    Austin, TX 78768
    Ph: 512-463-0524
    District
    5445 Alameda Suite 501
    Houston, TX 77004
    Ph: 713-520-5355

    Jessica Farrar - Representative
    Capitol
    Post Office Box 2910
    Austin, TX 78768
    Ph: 512-463-0620
    District
    Post Office Box 30099
    Houston, TX 77249
    Ph: 713-691-6912

    Marisa Marquez - Representative
    Capitol
    Post Office Box 2910
    Austin, TX 78768
    Ph: 512-463-0638
    District
    1444 Montana Suite 100
    El Paso, TX 79902
    Ph: 915-532-2755

    Carol Alvarado - Representative
    Capitol
    Post Office Box 2910
    Austin, TX 78768
    Ph: 512-463-0732
    District
    2900 Woodridge Drive Suite 305
    Houston, TX 77087
    Ph: 713-649-6563

    Rodney Ellis - Representative
    Capitol
    Post Office Box 12068 Capitol Station
    Austin, TX 78711
    Ph: 512-463-0113
    District
    2440 Texas Parkway Suite 110
    Missouri City, TX 77489
    Ph: 281-261-2360
    District
    10613 Bellaire Boulevard Building A Suite 126B
    Houston, TX 77072
    Ph: 281-564-2228
    District
    440 Louisiana Suite 575
    Houston, TX 77002
    Ph: 713-236-0306

    Armando Walle - Represntative
    Capitol
    Post Office Box 2910
    Austin, TX 78768
    Ph: 512-463-0924
    District
    150 West Parker Road Suite 700
    Houston, TX 77076
    Ph: 713-694-8620
    (sorry but no emails are listed).
  6. RightOn Member

    "Is the church proposing to man its own suicide hotline or bullying protection line in Houston, or anywhere else? No, of course not"

    mmmm
    Don't be too sure. They had a hotline number on national television during the 911 tragedy with no mention of Scientology what so ever. It got yanked rather quickly, but it still made it on to TV before people caught it.
    They also took over CAN and people didn't know that when they called in that they were actually calling the COS not a cult help line.
    I wouldn't put it past them. But of course they woudln't use the word Scientology.

    bunch of norps
  7. Triumph Member

    Normal Ordinary Regular People Screwing Up."
  8. Anonymous Member

    If only a passing MOD would tidy up my retarded grammatical error ~sigh~
  9. Anonymous Member

    Does anyone have a link to site where the screen shot originated from, isn’t CCHR nonprofit (501c) and if so they are not suppose to voice an opinion on government issues.
  10. Anonymous Member

    Indeed,you are correct.
    Brb
  11. Anonymous Member

  12. Anonymous Member

    POON THIS.
  13. Anonymous Member

    Fuck ya.
    But who to fire the poons at ?
  14. Anonymous Member

    Full Size Screen Cap: Google Docs (downloadable) jpg 844K
  15. Triumph Member

    Amy Philo was the woman the CCHR trotted around the country to fight the Mothers Act
    they gave her an award in 2008...
    moonbat Mike Adams Dong Wrangler er Health Ranger from Natural news..was also pimping her..

    the CCHR had her going around and speaking on their behalf...on postpartum depression trying to defeat Mothers act...
    they produced videos with her..and it looks like they footed the bill for her going around and speaking

    they had some success with this and they are looking to catch lightning in a bottle again...

    http://forums.whyweprotest.net/thre...hild-calling-for-defeat-of-mothers-act.36356/
  16. Daverator Member

    The IRS has this to say about 501(c)(3) organizations participating in lobbying:
    http://www.irs.gov/charities/article/0,,id=163392,00.html
  17. AnonLover Member

  18. BigBeard Member

    A. This is a California state business filing, not a Federal charity status document.

    B. "Domestic" in this case means the business is based in the USofA, and has nothing to do with whether it's a "secular" or "religious" business.

    C. Federally it is a 501(c)(3) designated 'charity', which has been getting away with disallowed political activities that should have gotten them hammered years ago.

    BigBeard
  19. Zak McKracken Member

    I teared up.
  20. Anonymous Member

    When I attended CCHR meetings, every week, they were held at the org, supervised by the head of OSA for that org and all of the members of that branch of CCHR were scientologists. The leader of the CCHR branch at that org was on OT VII. CCHR was run according to Hubbard tech. Period. Every meeting ended with a standing applause to LRH.

    That said, one time, at the first meeting I attended, the OSA person said that a part of the meeting was for scientologists only and anyone who was not a scientologist could not attend. The OSA person had me sign a paper stating confidentiality of the meeting when only scientologists were present.
  21. AnonLover Member

    actually "Domestic" means its a California corp, and a corp from some other state would be Foreign as well as one oversees.

    but i dont know how the 501x letters work, and i thought only religious non-profits were prohibited from meddling in gubmint shi- thus i was confused that if the main parent corporation was secular front group and not a church/religious entity - whats it matter what their lobbying for.
  22. Anonymous Member

    Here is their 2009 IRS filing (990 form) - which is publicly available.

    http://dynamodata.fdncenter.org/990_pdf_archive/742/742683124/742683124_200912_990EZ.pdf

    And here is a brief overview summary of CCHR Austin -

    Citizens Commission on Human Rights

    Austin, TX 78704
    irs_icon.png = IRS provided data
    user_icon.png = User submitted data
    Organization Overview



    Organization Details
    EIN: 742683124
    Secondary Name: Austin -- Google
    Location: irs_icon.png 403 E Ben White Blvd
    Austin, TX 78704

    County: Travis County
    Ruling Date: 0000 (Approximate year when founded)
    IRS Type: 501(c)(3) - Public charity: Religious, educational, charitable, scientific, and literary organizations...
    Legal basis for public charity or private foundation status (FNDNCD): 15 - Organization with a substantial portion of support from a governmental unit or the general public
    NTEE: irs_icon.png R0320 - Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy: Professional Societies & Associations
    Most recently completed fiscal year (TAXPER) 12/2008
    Total Revenue $377,580
    Total Assets: $146,775

    Organization Mission Statement and Purpose

    Primary exempt purpose to investigate and expose psychiatric violations of Human Rights

    c.2003
  23. Anonymous Member

    Here is a copy of their 2009 IRS filing form (990):

    http://dynamodata.fdncenter.org/990_pdf_archive/742/742683124/742683124_200912_990EZ.pdf

    Here is a summary overview of CCHR - Austin:
    Citizens Commission on Human Rights

    Austin, TX 78704
    irs_icon.png = IRS provided data
    user_icon.png = User submitted data
    Organization Overview



    Organization Details
    EIN: 742683124
    Secondary Name: Austin -- Google
    Location: irs_icon.png 403 E Ben White Blvd
    Austin, TX 78704

    County: Travis County
    Ruling Date:
    IRS Type: 501(c)(3) - Public charity: Religious, educational, charitable, scientific, and literary organizations...
    Legal basis for public charity or private foundation status (FNDNCD): 15 - Organization with a substantial portion of support from a governmental unit or the general public
    NTEE: irs_icon.png R0320 - Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy: Professional Societies & Associations
    Most recently completed fiscal year (TAXPER) 12/2008
    Total Revenue $377,580
    Total Assets:
    $146,775


    Organization Mission Statement and Purpose

    Primary exempt purpose to investigate and expose psychiatric violations of Human Rights

    c.2003
  24. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Appears to me that its just another example of Hubbard's insanity spreading throughout CoS' poisoned tentacles, where-ever, when-ever an scilon front spreads its filthy wings be sure of one thing~ blatant fuckery.
    Hubbard's hate of anything psychiatric is well known, I think at first because he was turned down for help as a vet, then when he really went off the rails the educated community tore him a new ass after his blithering POS Dianetics.
    Now over 50 years later, with thousands of victims of CoS driven to madness, it only makes sense that they continue the fight against the institutions that could actually (and do) help those folks who have had their lives shredded by mind-altering cults. I mean, why would they even remotely support that which can expose them for the insanity makers they really are?
    Fuck you David Miscavige and the little hor you rode in on!
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  25. This video from the cult says they are connected.

  26. Anonymous Member

  27. another123 Member

    did a quick search on google to see if anybody had picked up on this, and found this FLA CCHR blog entry that kinda contradicts the Texas view:
    caution! CCHR link http://www.cchrflorida.org/blog/category/suicide-prevention/ [screencap]
    i realize it's cherry-picking, but i find it humorous that it comes up in the same search.
  28. Daverator Member

    Can anyone say "end of cycle?"
  29. BigBeard Member

    California's definition of "Domestic" is interesting, but still has nothing to do with an entity being religious or secular.

    All 501(c)(3) tax exempt groups, whatever their purpose, are prohibited from political activity outside of a very limited scope. Which Cof$ and it's front groups tend to get away with ignoring on a fairly regular basis.

    BigBeard
  30. xenubarb Member

    Does this sound like they're saying "Why should we do this if we don't know what works?"

    Funny...the people supporting Narconon always say, "Well, at least they're trying something," despite it being a hazardous and toxic pile of quack.

    There is no consistency in Scientology.
  31. Anonymous Member

    The definition of crazy right there.

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