Debbie Cook's TRO Hearing - Update Thread

Discussion in 'Media' started by Sponge, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. Malory Member

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  2. Herro Member

    This thread makes me miss Smurf
  3. Sponge Member

    Not bad coverage for the UK this week.

    Print Circulation
    Daily Mail : 2,011,283
    The Times : 405,113
    The Sun : 2,751,219
    Total: 5,167,615
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  4. Anonymous Member

    wtf is up with people bitching and moaning about Anonymous posters?? This is ANONYMOUS. If you don’t like Anonymous posters go duck a dick.
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  5. Anonymous Member

    between the bawing about Anonymous posters and the marty-loving/Cook-loving shit, this place is becoming a fucktard haven
  6. Anonymous Member

    And those are REAL stats, not made-up liar stats from the cult of liars that lie.

    Problem, scientology?
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  7. Anonymous Member

  8. L
    LOL! Comprehension fail. You went full retard there, boy. :)
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  9. Anonymous Member

    Saint Hill, being raided by armed cops, hundreds of enslaved children and vulnerable adults given the chance to escape L Ron's con, no warnings, just the sweet sledgehammers of justice enforcing the law and breaking the cycle of abuse that should have been smashed decades ago.

    Saint Hill and Walsh Manor are not religious retreats, they are prison camps.

    Please, please, UK law enforcement.

    Make it happen.

    Otherwise this simple and passionate pleading for justice will come back to bite you, just like all the warnings you had over News International and phone hacking.

    Time is ticking.
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  10. DeathHamster Member

    I love Debbie Cook like I'd love Stalin after the Soviets started to push the Nazis back.

    I want her to win against Miscavige and CoS, but if it was a case where she was facing quality Fed time for what she herself did to people, I be rooting against her. If she's even on the road to redemption, she has a long way to go.

    First, destroy Scientology in its present form, shut down their money and armies of lawyers .. then Nurenberg.
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  11. Anonymous Member

    Well put.
  12. Anonymous Member

    It's spelled Nuremberg. Just sayin. I mean saying.
  13. Anonymous Member

    Hmm, yeah... who'd he be doxing ITT? :)
  14. Anonymous Member

    You're not going to let it go, are you, egofag?
  15. Herro Member

    Well WWP has made it clear to me that Debbie Cook is an apostate and a bad person and thus her testimony cannot be trusted.
  16. Anonymous Member

    You're saying WWP is a hotbed for Scientology?
  17. theLastAnon Member

    I trust her testimony.
  18. DeathHamster Member

    Tablet keyboard.
  19. If we learn anything from history, it should be to take these type of accusations seriously. After all, many that fled Jones Town, Waco, FLDS, ect ect had exactly the same reports about their former religious leaders. Sad to see history repeat.
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  20. If anything people are arguing that she is a bad person and cannot be trusted because she isn't an apostate. :)
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  21. Anonymous Member

    Pics or It didn't happen. Plox take photo of said page.
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  22. Malory Member

    Will do later today.
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  23. anoninoob Member

    Need a giant, red WIN button... oh, there it is!!!

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  24. CarterUSP Member

    My 2012 year's supply of popcorn has run out, and it's only Feb.
    What a lovely year this is.
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  25. Anonymous Member

    I could care less about the truthfulness of her statements. She just caused the whacky culties to go publicly apeshit, then give up after. I think I popped a lung laughing at these Scifags and their shennanigans.
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  26. DeathHamster Member

    On the stand, in response to questions, yes. Otherwise she's technically in violation of the NDA.
  27. Anonymous Member

    You think like a Scientologist. Not everything is "affinity reality communication." People aren't always in or out of someone's "camp."

    Rinder and Rathbun were called as witnesses who might corroborate Cook's testimony about her treatment by the CoS when she "routed out."
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  28. DeathHamster Member

    They were also ready with the $50k defense fund, so she'd unlikely to tell them to GTFO.

    But I wonder... There's a lot of people who blew before Marty that he still considers Enemies of Scientology, because they were enemies while he was still in and running operations against them.

    It'd be a laugh if Debbie Cook (secretly) considered Marty & Mike to be Enemies of Scientology.
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  29. Anonymous Member

    She might. But her "affinity" or lack of it toward them has little to do with their value as witnesses in court.
  30. Anonymous Member

    It's a cutthroat business (Scientology) with a shrinking customer base.
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  31. RolandRB Member

    It seems to me that she took that $50K of her own free will as did her husband. I saw the video.

    Ants are very nutritious. She could have eaten the ants and then slept in peace. Maybe it was the Scientology equivalent of testing you on a Buddhist koan like "Imagine the sound of one hand clapping". Instead it was a Scientology equivalent "How do you sleep on a floor crawling with ants?". Those advanced in Scientology know how to recognise problems and solve them and would have eaten the ants but she failed the test and had to remain in the "Hole" until the E/P was achieved.

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  32. RolandRB Member

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  33. Nancy Beazley Member

    You seriously think she "made it all up more likely"?


  34. RolandRB Member

    We don't have any real evidence that David Miscavige has done anything bad because all the people who say so are apostates and they have expertises from religious experts that that is what apostates do - so we can ignore all of that. But what we do have is evidence that Debbie Cook herself was doing these things and as a famous PhD once said, "The criminal accuses others of things which he himself is doing", so what she is complaining about is actually things she herself did to other people. She is trying to blame David Miscavige for her own crimes.
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  35. Toblin-x Member

    So ein Bullshit!

    Das würde dann bedeuten, daß bspw. kein Richter und kein Rechtsanwalt und kein Polizist und kein Staatsanwalt je jemanden wegen eines Verbrechens beschuldigen darf, andernfalls würde der (staatliche wie auch zivile) Ankläger sich selbst zur Zielscheibe machen, indem ihm selbst nun solcherart Taten nachgesagt werden.

    Hubbard hat NIE solches ausgesagt, was Du hier ihm unterzujubeln versuchst, "RolandRB". Er hat das keinesfalls SO ausgesagt, allenfalls ähnlich, in Zusammenhängen, die Du hier unterdrückst, verdrehst oder mißinterpretierst.

    Aber zunächst: Benenne doch mal die Hubbard-Richtlinie, die DEINE Behauptung belegt!


    Get a translation with google etc., if you want. You can answer in English, sure!
  36. Anonymous Member

    You forgot the "QED", Roland

    And to Nancy and Toblin, relax, Roland is a troll. A very good troll.
    The first tip is his avatar.
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  37. Anonymous Member

    WTF - Have you read her thanks to her wonderful friends over at the M and M Show?
  38. Enturbulette Member

    Not all that good really.
  39. Anonymous Member

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  40. Nancy Beazley Member


    Never mind.

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