The 'Safe Asks Papers' -- CofS, Inc PR: Playing with footbullets?
CofS, Inc PR: Playing with footbullets?

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Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2000 17:39:54 -0800
Subject: CofS, Inc PR: Playing with footbullets?

Dear Public Relations for the Church of Scientology, Inc.,

1) Do you honestly think getting the police involved with public protestors who perceive lies and abuses is going to benefit scientology?

2) Could you just be trying to protect your seniors from getting exposed as the criminals they really are?

3) Why do you risk such overt public exposure with this madness?

4) Do you think you're setting a good example of how scientology can be a calming influence to the environment?

5) Why did you suddenly stop communicating on this list? Was it because I stopped posting the information about how RTC squirrels the works of LRH?

All us scientologists here (including the lurkers) and non-scientologists would really appreciate some direct answers. We know you're reading this group. So please wear your hat, ok?


(Recipient of the Scientologist "Kha Khan" Award) :-)

"Restriction of free thought and free speech is the most dangerous of all subversions. It is the one un-American act that could most easily defeat us."

-- Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas (Justice for 36 years)

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-- Lord Justice Sedley

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