Italy: more deaths connected to Scn
Oscar A., Mario M., Massimo B.
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From: Martini <firstname.lastname@example.org> Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology Subject: Italy: more deaths connected to Scn Message-ID: <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 21:52:28 GMT I'm reading the long court decision dd 1991, which sentenced a number of scientologists for fraud and circumvention of incapable (Milan, Italy, 1st degree court, No. 4149/88 Reg. Gen., July 2, 1991 - People vs. Segalla et all). This decision is composed of 406 pages and wasn't easy to find. I'll try to summarize and translate for you the single sentences in the next weeks (they've become final). This decision is also very important for the CoS/Narconon connections, as people in charge for both were charged and tried together and the charges, even when not sentenced (i.e. not criminally relevant), show a spread immorality in both. Hair rising reports... This aspect should be of interest of Chris Owen, if he deigned to answer my mails... ;-) And now about the deaths, as reported by the above mentioned decision: Oscar A., a follower of Brescia org and injuried part in the trial, was a psychically unstable person who turned to Scientology looking for help. Verified that the "therapy" was totally unuseful, he decided to leave, but was victim of telephone persecution in order to make him change his mind, psychological threats etc., and he finally hanged himself on 21.9.1987, after his psychological and physical conditions had worsened very much. Mario M., a follower of Turin org, suffering of dissociative syndrome and injuried part in the trial, turned to Scientology looking for help. Verified that the "therapy" was totally unuseful, he asked for a refund (he payed all his savings to the organization, about 3,000 euro in 1985/86), but was victim of delaying and stressful tactics, and psychological threats. On Oct. 10th, 1986 he first tried suicide with the gas, but his mother died instead, in the following fire. On 1.1.1988 he hanged himself. Massimo B., mentally ill (cronicized psychotic syndrome of schizofrenit type), injuried part in the trial, turned to Scientology looking for help. He had already been hospitalized, but unidentified CoS staffers assured him that thanks to a "therapy" called "purification" he would 100% improve. He instead worsened very much and run away the very first day, but was convinced to go back to sauna. He run away again, and tried to commit suicide cutting his veins. Well, I have 200 more pages to go, so I fear I'll find more. Martini Allarme Scientology http://xenu.com-it.net