Re: Conversations With A Current Member
From email@example.com Sat Mar 27 19:41:47 1999
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 1999 16:41:47 -0800
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Kristi Wachter)
Subject: Re: Conversations With A Current Member
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Thanks for your excellent post, Ethercat.
In article , email@example.com wrote:
> Sorry for the length - here are the highlights:
> * Scientologist Friend Reconnects After 1 Year,
> Disconnects Again After 9 Days
> * Scientology Class in Handling Suppression Didn't Work
> * Attempt to Have International Pickets Page Removed A Miserable Failure
> LISA McPHERSON
> It hurt him to see attacks on people he knew personally, he said, saying
> that he knows one of the people who cared for Lisa McPherson. He knows
> this person, and he has read the notes taken by the people in attendance
> in Lisa's final days. I said I couldn't believe that he would have read
> the notes, and still think everything they did was right. I said she
> begged to be let go, and they wouldn't release her, and this amounted to
> kidnapping in my book. They held her when she asked to be let go, with
> no legal right to do so. He asked then why were there never any
> kidnapping charges brought against anyone. I didn't have an answer for
> that, I wish I had...
There's been some speculation here on a.r.s. about why the Florida DA
chose to go with such relatively minor charges (some suggested that they
thought they had reached a plea bargain with Scn, which Scn then changed
its mind about).
However, the civil suit does definitely allege false imprisonment, which I
think is the applicable charge here.
The charges have been made, just not by the DA.
Thanks again ... I truly hope you and your friend will be reunited
the activist formerly known as "Jour" (before $cientology outed me)
I think $cientology is hurting people and breaking the law, and I
want them to stop it. See http://www.scientology-lies.com for more.
Can you say "Xenu?" ... I knew that you could.