Discussion in 'Scientology and Anonymous' started by Anonymous, Dec 13, 2012.
DO. NOT. TEASE. ME. I've been hurt before.
How much does Scientology earn from these training exercises?
Will any charges be laid this time, or will someone higher up kill the investigation for unknown mysterious reasons, like what happened with the FBI investigation of abuses at Scientology's Hemet California headquarters last year?
Sometimes when you have seen the US government drop the ball so many times, you can't help but get a little cynical. Don't disappoint us again, find a way to get justice for the victims, even if they suffer from the delusion that they somehow deserve to be abused.
If DHS get's one thing right, please Xenu, let it be this.
WHEN WILL THE IRS REVOKE THE TAX EXEMPTION?
I love Janet Napolitano.
The Comandante (one m) will take this article with 5 grainz of salt until TO has sumthin a little moar supportive than sekrit informatz.
^^^ It's just an investigation. It might produce nothing.
it will go nowhere, as usual
My question is why keep investigating to only to keep dropping cases? I hope these guys were talking to the agents from the last case so they don't waste their efforts.
I like drones.
I liek the idear that more than one US government organ has become interested in the behind-the-scenes activities of the cult in recent times. At the same time it's hard to believe they would do this as a mere exercise, but stranger things have happened.
DOX or GTFO
So does DM
I already won this thread. Go home. It's over.
For future reference, here's a direct link to the article:
We will update this story if we get a response from Deutsch or a spokesperson for Homeland Security.
ESMB Thread: http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthre...VESTIGATING-SCIENTOLOGY-FOR-HUMAN-TRAFFICKING!
ESMB has become pretty much irrelevant, home of FreeZoners, Indies, moonbats, and the wheelchair set.
When we get hefty criminal charges or inurement charges for excessive benefits to stick on the mother church so that it's a no-brainer decision where they don't have to get their hands messy investigating a "church."
With a bit of luck, Ortega highlighting it might spark some former SO kids, who's parents left the cult get their clutches into them at young age, to reach out to DHS and get their stories on record.
More background info here on what constitutes Human Trafficking:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Administration for Children and Families
370 L'Enfant Promenade, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20447
Just doeet Ex-SO kids. Kick some fire under their asses plox. And may the force be with you.
From what I understand, Scientology has too much dirt on individuals within the IRS and had used their intimidation tactics to get this Tax exemption clause put into place.
Has always been. But sometimes you can get relevant info there.
NoName posted this on ESMB: "Whoa. I was only joking when I said DM's world would end on 12/21....."
That was a generation ago.
I do believe this and would like to know more. Exactly HOW did Co$ manage to get the tax-exempt status with just one meeting with the IRS commissioner? What did they know about him and his organization?
How would this help now?
The head of IRS at that time was Fred T. Goldberg, Jr.
Ask Marty. He was at the meeting.
it wasn't necessarily that they had anything on Goldberg, it was more that someone was friendly with some friendly people who thought that Scientology at the time was a friendly organization.
They seriously didn't know about all of the dark stuff going on when the Tax Exemption was granted. At the time, Co$ looked very friendly and benign, in that way that they presented themselves as far as image.
It was more, perhaps, that in the interest of religious freedom, they were open-minded enough to consider that this group could be doing good in the community, just as say, Catholics do. Hence the religious acknowledgement.
The COS had 2500 lawsuits pending against the IRS. I would not think the IRS thought COS to be 'very friendly and benign'
Thank you. You are right. sorry.
I was just sort of hinting at, um, who may have had an influence on Goldberg, who happened to be at the IRS at the time. And the means to resolve those multiple lawsuits in a way that upholds the constitution.
well, the shore story seems to be that Davy said to Fred "I'll make those 2500 lawsuits go away if you just give us a favorable ruling. Then we both get on with our life."
as if that is ever a consideration in government circles.
some people try.
Frank Keith, who was involved in the agreement, is still there.
Scientologists Granted Tax Exemption by the U.S. October 14, 1993, Stephen Labaton, New York Times
That is really interesting.
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