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Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: A Case to sue AT&T for fraud?
From: Thomlove <Thomlovenetmail@netscape.net>
Date: Sat, 05 Jun 1999 02:10:23 -0700

Hello Safe;

I've been following your dilemma since you first posted it. I hope you can get a lawyer in time to sideswipe the CofS request. If there was anything I could do, I sure would be happy to do it. If I was a lawyer, I'd be there right now.

This is where Bob Minton could actually *do* something beneficial, besides just buy a house for a gutted and deadended ex-Scientologist and a bunch of cats no one wants.

Unfortunately, the lessons derived from this episode may not be of benefit to you at this point, but from now on, you can bet that mixmasters will be used much more often. If the CofS does ID you, there will be many more individuals that it will not be able to ID as a direct result. Not much solace to you there, though... Much more trouble for them.

I can see how a case such as yours, coupled with the sporging, coupled with the fact that a sporger could easily sporge a post on someone's name that they want, then go to the court to get that name, then attack. I wrote a post on that over at ACT. To me, a case along that line can be made. I don't know how exactly, but a real asshole shyster lawyer could! They always do! It sure seems to me that an argument could be made that way...

And, as I mentioned in that post, given the CofS lawyer's part in hiding the ID of the sporgers, maybe a case could be made that the CofS lawyer is in conflict of interest.

If any of this were doable, then the CofS would be put on the defensive, and who knows, maybe the ID of the sporgers would be forced out, and if they were working on behalf of the SO Arrogants, then it may be the gateway to Mr. RICO and his friends. Now, wouldn't that be nice. The whole SO Arrogant wall could come tumbling down, just because some little dude/dudette called 'Safe'.

You never know Safe, maybe you are the beginning of the end for the CofS in the present mutated form.

However, Monday is upchucking real fast, and I hope you are getting the legal support you need. If you get hit, and if you need some money to help you out, maybe we could all chip in a couple of hundred. Fredric has already offered to help pay for PI fees, and so on. Who knows...there are a lot of us here.

In the mean time, I'd take you hard drive out of the computer, and stash it, and put in a old used one full of Pat Boone lyrics and viruses.

Thom > If AT&T reveals my identity this coming monday, can I possibly sue AT&T for
> fraud?
> Because when I signed up for their service, I was under the impression that
> they would protect my anonymity. I feel they gave me a false promise and
> deceived me. I certainly would never have signed up for their service if I
> knew they would EVER give out my user information.
> AT&T did not warn of this new law in their Terms of Service which risks
> ANYBODY's anonymity. The new law of which I would be the first test case can
> easily be abused by anybody.
> Yours for figuring out what to do,
> Safe, an authentic, informed NON-CofS Scientologist
> --
> "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)
> David Miscavige, Ban Church of Scientology Censorship Software now!
> For freedom of discussion of CofS's unethical behavior, go to ...
> http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/churchofscientologysethics

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