From: Garry Scarff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: "BIG WINS" List
References: <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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gerry armstrong wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Jun 1999
09:20:26 GMT, email@example.com wrote:
> >Below is a partial list of Co$ litigation results:
> >*1971 - England: Scientology banned for several years.
> >*1977 - Denmark: Scientology lost "religious" protection.
> >*1979 - USA: Operation Snow White - 9 members convicted and imprisoned
> >for infiltrating government (IRS, FBI, INTERPOL, etc.) and
> >individual locations.
> >*1982 - Victoria, Australia: Supreme Court ruled Scientology "not
> >religion, but a sham."
> >*mid 1980's - France: convicted L. Ron Hubbard in absentia for fraud.
> >*1984 - USA: Tax Court upholds ruling that 3 Co$ members could not
> >deduct payments to "church" because they received benefits
> And L. Ron Hubbard judicially declared a pathological liar, paranoid
> and schizophrenic, and the $cientology organization his reflection.
> (c) Gerry Armstrong
who is still a fugitive
in the U.S. Why doesn't he just come back to the US,
deal with it and get over it? It's called personal responsibility.