David Love Needs Help - Narconon/Scientology - Harms Deaths

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by Intelligence, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. hushpuppy Member

    Muldrake is an excellent contributor re the US legal system's inner workings as well :)
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  2. Anonymous Member

    There are former clients of the Scientology corporation who have told their stories to the FBI. They should be able to put you in touch with a trustworthy agent. There are some rumors that someone in the FBI is trying to squash investigation of this company, so it might be a good idea to find a trustworthy agent.
  3. Intelligence Member

    Done! I just sent a Summary to Tikk. I will go with just the Canada filing, but would prefer
    to include the USA:)

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  4. Intelligence Member

    Will PM you a Summary.

  5. Intelligence Member

    This Case will be cc'ed to our Canada Attorny General and above the FBI.

    I'm hoping our Senator Celine Payette will run with this. Sh'e already commented to Media about the
    concerns of which I'm filing the Complaint/Information about.

    Legally, we've got them "Cold-Nuts" - - we just need some Gov Agencies with the balls to take it on.

    Will use Media pressure and another trip to Ottawa if need be:)

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  6. Intelligence Member

    Had some success yesterday with a Provincial Government Agency and a Local Gov Agency communicating
    with each other. Received several Coms from the Provincial. This was after I cc'ed the entire File to
    multiple Polititions and Governing Agencies AND the Media.

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  7. Intelligence Member

    Tag Help Please? I'm writing the final segment of a Press Rease Article that I hope to post tonight.

    NN TR has been gaining ground in their PR campaign on the web. This article is something quite different
    than I have ever done before. When one begins reading it, they might think; WTF is Dave doing,..., LOL.

    But there is a reason for the design of this article:)

    Can someone tell me how to know which "TAGS" were used on the web pages on this web page image?

    The Title of the Article is: "Narconon Drug Rehab - Public Safety"

  8. The Wrong Guy Member

    When you're on most any web page you can look at the meta tags on it by clicking on View Source with your browser or hitting Command U (for Mac) or Control U (for PC).
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  9. Intelligence Member

    Oh' wow, thank you so very much. You guys are FAST and AWESOME!

    I am having soooo much fun with this article; I hope it works out like it is supposed to:)

    Gerry Armstrong told me one day, "David, make sure you have fun in whatever you do."
    I don't know why, but I've never forgot to TRY and have fun. Sometimes it's aweful,
    but many times, it's fun:)

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  10. Anonymous Member

    Under the "View" menu from the menubar in internet explorer, towards the bottom, choose "source".
    It's something similar on all browsers.
  11. Intelligence Member

    I need a little help please:)

    The Human Rights Commission has been contacting witnesses in regards to the reasonableness
    of my fear when leaving Narconon. The inquest is going well so far:)

    But I want to forward the investigator a few Fair Game - Dead Agenting "Proofs".

    I believe the Human Rights Commission and the Ministry of Social Health and Social Services,
    has received communications from the cult, trying to Dead Agent me?

    Was my fear real at the time? - PTSD - two days hospitalized!

  12. The Medical Report is a very valid document.

    Do you have anything similar from a GP/Family Doctor/Personal Physician?
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  14. Anonymous Member

    Paulette Cooper:

    plot to murder the head of the Cult Awareness Network:

    There was the smear campaign against a Toronto crown prosecutor who was successful against the cult:

    Gerry Armstrong:

    Jesse Prince:

    Graham Berry:

    Oh and maybe someone remembers the man who was murdered in his tent shortly before he was to testify against the cult (I forget the details)

    And what about the man who wrote the words "tom cruise missle"?
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  16. Anonymous Member

    Shawn Lonsdale?
  17. Intelligence Member

    Dox? I have many to substantiate all I need:)

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  20. Intelligence Member

    This ^^^^^ , very good indeed. will be in the hands of investigators Monday morning:)

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  22. Intelligence Member

    Ok, chill dear Anons; I have enough,..., LOL.

    Thank you very much:):):)

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  23. Anonymous Member

    Nan Mclean tells this story, after she mentions that in the late 70s she talking a GO operative out of killing her, and he then went to the Toronto police and gave them the full story of his mission and proof of this was found in the Toronto raid documents.

    So the guy in the tent was a separate incident a few minutes into the video, named Walt, and just before he died she had persuaded him to write an affidavit exposing what he knew. She went to the inquiry of his death and spoke up about the timing.
  24. Anonymous Member

    Another Canadian connection: Keith Henson, who didn't actual write those words in a usenet post, but replied to that post quoting it, with the latitude and longitude coordinates of a Scilon Church.
    Henson's troubles began in 2001 when he was convicted of "interfering with a religion", a misdemeanor under California law, for picketing outside Int Gold Base in Hemet, CA. He eventually fled to Canada after receiving a number of death threats. He was deported in 2005 after his asylum bid was rejected.
  25. Intelligence Member

    Here's another :-(

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  27. Anonymous Member

    Dead agenting policy of the Scientology corporation:

    Scientology's sacred scripture includes a "Dead Agenting outlink.gif " policy that instructs parishioners to discredit critics by spreading rumors and lies about them.

    "The Scientology religion is based exclusively upon L. Ron Hubbard's research, writings and recorded lectures —
    all of which constitute the Scriptures of the religion"
    This is correct procedure:
    1. Spot who is attacking us.
    2. Start investigating them promptly for FELONIES or worse using our own professionals, not outside agencies.
    3. Double curve our reply by saying we welcome an investigation of them.
    4. Start feeding lurid, blood sex crime actual evidence on the attackers to the press.
    -L. Ron Hubbard, Board Policy Letter PR Series 24, "Handling Hostile Contacts/Dead Agenting", 30 May 1974.
    Hubbard recommended harassment as a justifiable tactic to use against perceived enemies.

    The DEFENSE of anything is UNTENABLE. The only way to defend anything is to ATTACK, and if you ever forget that, then you will lose every battle you are ever engaged in, whether it is in terms of personal conversation, public debate or court of law.
    The purpose of the [law] suit is to harass and discourage rather than win.
    The law can be used very easily to harass, and enough harassment on somebody who is simply on the thin edge anyway, well knowing that he is not authorized, will generally be sufficient to cause his professional decease. If possible, of course, ruin him utterly.
    -L. Ron Hubbard, "The Scientologist: Dissemination of Material", pg. 157, 1955
    Use of a "noisy investigation" is also standard procedure to intimidate enemies.

    When we investigate we do so noisily always. And usually mere investigation damps out the trouble even when we discover no really pertinent facts.
    In the case of a bad magazine article which is signed, use the following procedure:
    1. Tell them by letter to retract at once in the next issue.
    2. Hire a private detective of a national-type firm to investigate the writer, not the magazine, and get any criminal or Communist background the man has. (Because all subversive activities foolishly use criminals they "have something on" and men who have been paid to attack [ ] us, you'll have data incoming from the detective agency if they do their work well.[)]
    3. Have your lawyers or solicitors write the magazine threatening suit. (Hardly ever permit a real suit — they're more of a nuisance to you than they're worth.)
    4. Use the data you got from the detective at long last to write the author of the article a very tantalizing letter. Don't give him your data on him. Just tell him we know something very interesting about him and wouldn't he like to come in and talk about it. (If he comes, ask him to sign a confession of collusion and slander — people at that level often will, just to commit suicide — and publish it in a paid ad in the paper if you get it.) Chances are he won't arrive. But he'll sure shudder into silence.
    5. Give any new data you have from the detective to your attorneys for their use against the magazine.
    6. Don't let the whole matter disrupt you, take much time, or upset the central organization.
    -L. Ron Hubbard, Manual of Justice outlink.gif , 1959
    For Example

    • Justice Latey, High Court of London outlink.gif
      "Scientology is both immoral and socially obnoxious … It is corrupt, sinister and dangerous. … It is sinister because it indulges in infamous practices both to its adherents who do not toe the line unquestionably and to those who criticize it or oppose it."

    • Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Paul Breckenridge
      "In addition to violating and abusing its own members' civil rights, the organization over the years with its 'Fair Game' doctrine has harassed and abused those persons not in [Scientology] whom it perceives as enemies."

    • Robert Welkos, Los Angeles Times
      "Whenever journalists ask critical questions about Scientology they can expect to endure intense personal scrutiny. Over the years, various reporters have been sued, harassed, spied on, and even been subjected to dirty tricks."

    • Richard Behar, Time Magazine
      "Moreover it was not until last December, seven months after the story was published, that Scientology's spooks stopped following me, on an ordinary basis. Not surprisingly on several occasions, I felt the need to hire a bodyguard."

    • Robert Vaughn Young and Stacy Brooks (Young)
      "My wife and I have been operating a small non-profit animal sanctuary in Seattle, Washington. Over the last two years, we have rescued and adopted out nearly 500 cats and dogs. That effort is now jeopardized because the Scientology cult is attacking the sanctuary and trying to get it closed down." When forced to move, Scientology followed and attacked their new sanctuary, too.

    • Ted Mayett outlink.gif
      "Please understand, trying to keep up with the harassment done by scientology would be a full-time job. What we have here is simply a poor and humble attempt to list some of the harassment. … I had concentrated on the US, not only because I live here, but because just doing this one country was hard enough to follow."
    extra.gif Why I am Anonymous

    I don't want the Cult of Scientology to know where I live; I don't want them to intimidate my family and friends, nor tell my employer and neighbours outrageous lies about me; I don't want them to follow me or awaken me in the middle of the night with hang-up phone calls or send me harassive mail; I don't want them going through my trash or trying to dig up "dirt" to use against me.

    Scientology seems committed not only to fighting back, but to chilling potential opposition. For years, the church has been accused of employing psychological warfare, dirty tricks and harassment-by-lawsuit to silence its adversaries.
    The church has spent millions to investigate and sue writers, government officials, disaffected ex-members and others loosely defined as "enemies."
    -Joel Sappel & Robert W. Welkos, Los Angeles Times, On the Offensive Against an Array of Suspected Foes outlink.gif , 29 June 1990

    Scientology devotes vast resources to squelching its critics. … One of Hubbard's policies was that all perceived enemies are "fair game" and subject to being "tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed." Those who criticize the church — journalists, doctors, lawyers and even judges — often find themselves engulfed in litigation, stalked by private eyes, framed for fictional crimes, beaten up or threatened with death.
    Richard Behar, Time Magazine, The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power outlink.gif , 6 May 1991
    Perhaps I'm being overly paranoid about this — I am, after all, a nobody, a very small fry in the big pool of Scientology critics. I have neither picketed nor criticized the cult before now. Why should I think they will even take notice of me? As Ted says elsewhere, because the cult will not like these pages. We use their own words to demonstrate their unpleasant nature.
    Mark Twain said, tongue in cheek, "I don't mind what the opposition says of me so long as they don't tell the truth about me. I consider that this is taking an unfair advantage." We have used these web pages to take that "unfair advantage" and sadly, there is nothing humorous about Scientology truth.
  28. Anonymous Member

    There was also the recent interview with Mike Rinder on Ireland television where the cult delivered a dead agent pack to the reporter right before the interview.
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  30. Anonymous Member

    Rinder speaks about intimidation by the Scientology corporation on himself, and John Sweeny: 5:50
    Dead Agent pack on Rinder: 10:05
  31. Anonymous Member

    By my estimation, within an hour of the request, over two dozen examples were given :)

  32. possibly relevant to your case, bold mine

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  33. xenubarb Member

    They spread big DA packs on Keith Henson around Ida Camburn's neighborhood, including one to the park manager. Muriel DuFresne also visited that man a few times, trying to get Keith kicked out of Ida's, where he was welcome to stay when in Hemet.
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  34. Intelligence Member

    I am working on something VERY important and I'm looking for the Video that Scientology
    uses to SLAM Pharmacutical Companies. It's a video that was show to a large group of us
    at NN TR. It was brought in from the COS in Montreal by a Scientologist NN TR staff member.

    This is the ONLY video the staff ever showed us, (besides the scientology dianetics video I
    was forced to watch while I was in the program). The patients were never shown ANY videos
    on drug addiction treatment or prevention!

    Thank you:)
  35. Anonymous Member

    The only thing I can think to contribute is a music video by Milli Vanilli..."baby don't forget my number"
  36. Anonymous Member

    Any chance of a title of any kind? There is a number (13) of videos that accompany the CCHR Making A Killing video. I haven't yet watched any of these, having only recently acquired them.

    Also have the video Psychiatry: Industry Of Death. Also recently acquired and have not viewed it. Here is a list of the MAK videos:


    If any of these look like the usual suspect, let me know and I'll give you a download link.
  37. Intelligence Member

    Narconon Course Book 5 - "Ups and Downs in Life"

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