Andreas Heldal-Lund 'How to send me stuff'

31 Dec 2000

Andreas Heldal-Lund - http://www.xenu.net <ahl@xenu.net>

People ask how safe it is to send me documents and information from inside CoS. So here is a little update on the situation.

At my private address:

Operation Clambake
Att.: Andreas Heldal-Lund
Postboks 131
N-4098 Tananger

To send me stuff I recommend you send it by ordinary mail to my home address but send it registered which means I must go to the post office and prove my identity. Also send me a note by e-mail listing what you are sending, so that I can look for it. Please also include any instructions you might have for the shipment (like burn the envelope, publish it or don't publish it, leave my name secret, keep no trace of original content after copying it, send confirmation of receipt to ..., etc). I will of course honor all requests for anonymity and I believe my track record over 4 years proves that I can be trusted.

Whatever precautions you want to take is all up to you. So far I do not know of any mail to me that has gone missing or has been compromised in any way (and I've received a lot through ordinary mail). You do not have to include return address or reveal your name if you don't want to.

PS: Information you are privileged to might be incredible valuable for the fight against the harmful acts of the Church of Scientology and by sharing it you make sure it is safely spread out and never lost or forgotten. Help us document history and fight abuse!

You can also call me at any time on my mobile if you have urgent requests or need more information: +47 90 04 32 99

Best wishes,
Andreas Heldal-Lund, Nunsteinvegen 9, N-4056 Tananger, Norway
Pho: +47 90 04 32 99 Fax: 90 32 35 46 E-mail: ahl@xenu.net
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"If anyone can show me, and prove to me, that I am wrong in
thought or deed, I will gladly change. I seek the truth, which
never yet hurt anybody. It is only persistence in self-delusion
and ignorance which does harm." -- Marcus Aurelius


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