Archive Message - 1995

Since some of the materials which describe the $cientology cult could be considered to be copywritten materials, I have censored myself and The Skeptic Tank by deleting any and all possible text files which describes the cult's hidden mythologies. I have elected to quote just a bit of the questionable text according to the "Fair Use" legal findings afforded to those who report. - Fredric L. Rice, The Skeptic Tank, 09/Sep/95 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- From!!!!!!not-for-mail Wed Jul 19 09:30:04 1995 Path:!!!!!!not-for-mail From: (henry) Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology,,alt.censorship,alt.activism,alt.culture.internet,alt.culture.usenet Subject: Murderous Scientologist Threatens Death to Diane Richardson! Date: 17 Jul 1995 15:48:16 -0600 Organization: University of Denver, Dept. of Math & Comp. Sci. Lines: 123 Message-ID: <3uelr0$> References: <3ubav3$14v$> <3udicp$sst@Starbase.NeoSoft.COM> <3udqkn$> <3uds2l$> NNTP-Posting-Host: X-Editor-wrapper: SigEd V1.2.1, Add .sig and PGP flexibility to posts. Xref: alt.religion.scientology:76355 alt.censorship:35676 alt.activism:56174 alt.culture.internet:12906 alt.culture.usenet:10828 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Scientologists have been long known for making death threats, harassing their enemies, and L. Ron Hubbard himself urged the killing of critics of the cult with 'Auditing Routing R-2-45'*, a gunshot to the head with a .45. True to their nature, Scientologist Robert Marcus, a lunatic who has been threatening death on all of alt.religion.scientology for months, has issued a very clear and explicit death threat to respected critic Diane Richardson. I include appropriate portions of the post, italicised with '^' where appropriate. The material needs no further commentary. In article <3ubav3$14v$>, Robert Marcus <102020.1551@CompuServe.COM> wrote: On appprox. 15 July 95, Diane (GET A PAPER BAG OVER HER HEAD, QUICKLY!) Richardson wrote: >Fascinating! Does anyone remember this post from a few months >>back? Wasn't this the guy who was confusing henry's posts with >>those of Peter McDermott (or was it Tony Sidaway)? > >Is this how Diane Richardson is spending her last days? As much ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ >complaint as there is from her regarding how she got some >posting, it is fascinating that I recieved her cryptic message >via E-mail. Give it up, Richardson. Start digging your grave ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ >instead. You'll be there any day now, most likely sooner than ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ >you think and 6 feet closer to your ultimate destination. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ > >Diane <puke> Richardson further barfed: > >>This came to my newsreader sandwiched between two posts sent >>from another Compu$erve account, signed by Standup. Standup, >>for those of you who don't know, is a publication of the CAN >>Reform Group, a "Church"<spit> of Scientology[tm] front group >>whose purpose is to hassle CAN. We know that Andy Milne, OSA >>operative and former poster to this newsgroup, edits Standup. > >Apparently Richardson is off on a tangent of sorts here. "We" >are not named at all, therefore the credibility of this tirade is >in question. > >>Incidentally, you may not all know that C$erve accounts are >>charged for both sending and receiving e-mail. Let's put some >>of those hard-earned "Church"<spit> dollars to work letting OSA >>know what we think of their dedication and determination in >>fighting the holy war against a.r.s. <g> > >I found this message from Diane Richardson via E-mail of which >she must have paid for. Interesting. I believe she, therefore, >is doing the exact thing (paying money for messages) that she >wants others to do in her "holy war", against what, I'm not quite >sure. Most likely a battle of long ago that she is still >fighting and thinks is in present time. Oh, well. Should we >expect any less from these cult members? > >Stuck attention is such a terrible thing. It really zaps one's >energy and ability to live life in the present. They are not >free men and women whatsoever. They are trapped, man. But the >fascinating part of this is reading their posting because these >cult members haven't a clue as to how apparent it indeed is. >Pitiful. These cult members surely have an ability to see only >what they want to see. > >>Could it be. . . just could it be. . . that whoever was wearing >>the "handle a.r.s." hat last night accidentally logged in with >>the wrong C$erve account number last night and sent an old post >>left lying around in the mailbox? The Robert Marcus post was >>sent within seconds of the two Standup posts. Sure does look >>like yet another OSA goof-up to me. The point of this is --> >>Don't bother wasting time figuring out who the people behind >>these phony account names really are. They're not individual >>people, they're just whoever happens to be on post at any given >>time. Chris Miller, David Talbot, and all those other recently >>departed others (may they rest in peace!) aren't people at all. >>They're just fictitious representations invented so that OSA >>can spout its crap without being held responsible for it. >>Plausible deniability at work. . . . > >What we have here is someone working to put irrationality into >effect. Apparently, then, Diane's "analytical" dialogue, >statements, etc., is no more than the perpetuation of her own >irrationalities. There is no real logic to her above statement. >The irrationality, if this is the "point" being referred to >about the origination of some E-mail, some statement about some >person or people "not being individual" or some such, etc. >Actually, these are comments from a person without a great deal >of logic at hand, though the effort here is to apparently, >through irrationality, incite others of equal mindset to spout >the same irrationalities in order to get agreement or some such. >Apparently this is the basis of Diane's "holy war", all based >upon her own irrationalities, being fueled by other's >irrationalities on this subject as that is the only thing she is >capable of responding to -- irrationality. Again, the work of >the not-quite-bright. > >These cultists should be pitied by any sane individual. h - -- SUPPORT THE DENNIS ERLICH DEFENSE FUND! READ ALT.RELIGION.SCIENTOLOGY! Send checks to MORRISON & FOERSTER, 345 California Street, San Francisco, California 94104-2675. Telephone: (415) 677-7000 Fax: (415) 677-7522 Contact People: Carla Oakley and Katie Walsh. MAKE SURE YOU LABEL YOUR CHECK "DENNIS ERLICH DEFENSE FUND". Checks should be made out to Morrison & Foerster. For verification of this info, email (Shari Steele) SAVE THE REV! [ For Public Key: finger ] -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: 2.6 iQCVAwUBMArZU9OUGUXWNqytAQFQ7AQAjzGsPES1dDrplhiE4lDrDcJwZ6bZ9Vj2 eBqPw/KZ+9ITIvs8bn4JwP/tbMUr7xJbDlaaUVeQu3XjPmj7HQpvDkk5hm5GQohW Lo+fz/U9PWE/bJb2kw4a91i+v7/0MqZlgfKnnAR9LpnKc3/ub5Il6uxPFQzM8BHp oBc1kKbuQnw= =eaYx -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----


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