Scientology Crime Syndicate

Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Operation Coffin Nail (was: AT&T did it ... Revealed the Account info)
From: Chris Leithiser <cleithis@bc.cc.ca.us>
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 1999 09:20:01 -0700

CiCi Aychar wrote:

> Okay, I guess this is where we get rolling.
> Operation Coffin Nail?
> Regards, CiCi SP3, KoX

Already in progress. :)

The beauty of it is that _every_ critic has, in the back of his/her mind, an idea for Operation Coffin Nail. They're all different, and all complementary.

There was an Analog editorial years ago on how to get away with murder. What you do is start a thousand separate courses of action, each with one chance in a hundred of resulting in the death of your victim. Only one of them will succeed. But that's all that's needed.

(Note to the clue-impaired: this was writ metaphorical.)

But the incident with Safe shows that $cientology and the digital millennium are inherently incompatible.

I'll start the countdown. 206 days until December 31, 1999, midnight. Let's celebrate a $cientology-free 2000.

We don't need status reports. We don't need to know whose Operation Coffin Nail succeeded. Someone, after the fact, can collect the separate tactics into a book--which will become the handbook for dealing with the _next_ wacko UFO cult to try this crap. (In fact, I'd _love_ to edit that particular volume.)

It seems necessary to stress some points to the public which will be obvious to critics:

The episode with Safe should teach the value of PGP, of anonymous remailers, of keeping Coffin Nail specifics out of Usenet (and away from Garry S. :) The cult, in its death throes, will fight dirtier than usual.

In my estimation (prejudiced, of course) the non-members of the non-existent ARSCC are some of the most creative and independent thinkers around. All they need is a challenge.

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