From: Gerry Armstrong <gerry
Subject: Hubbard's "Admissions," additional
Date: Tue, 08 Jul 2003 21:29:21 +0200
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Scientologist "blackdog" stated that he held "the opinion that
"Affirmations" very well may *not* have been authored by
response, I provided considerable evidence that these writings, which
I prefer to call Hubbard's "Admissions," were in fact written by the
I am now augmenting that evidence with a pdf of a letter Hubbard wrote
to the Los Angeles Superior Court dated February 2, 1983 in which he
claims ownership of the documents then in the possession of the Clerk
of the Court in the case of Scientology v. Armstrong, LASC No. C
420153 (Armstrong I).
Those documents held by the Clerk included Hubbard's
See our What's New page. http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/new.html
See also the Scientology cult's press release of February 10, 1983
concerning Hubbard's writing to the LA Superior Court.
And see the article in the February 11, 1983 Los Angeles Herald.
I am also webbing Hubbard's fingerprint card from an arrest in San
Luis Obispo on August 17, 1948, and a certification of the fingerprint
card by Rolf L. Owre, Keeper of Records of the California Bureau of
Criminal Identification dated March 29, 1984. (Note that Owre's
arrest date for Hubbard is wrong.)
The Hubbard letter, the fingerprint card and the Owre certification
were all entered into evidence by Scientology and Mary Sue Hubbard in
the Armstrong I trial in 1984, the same trial in which parts of the
"Admissions" were entered into evidence.
The same "Admissions," or, here, "Affirmations," that
Mary Sue demanded be returned.
© Gerry Armstrong