On Fri, 27 Aug 1999, Meade Emory wrote:
> Please elaborate on your e-mail, set out below. It doesn't
> ring a bell. Thanks, Meade Emory
> On Mon, 23 Aug 1999, Keith Henson wrote:
>> I just sent you some snail mail. If this is a working
>> addresss, I have quite a bit of material (mostly URLs) to
>> transfer to you. Keith Henson
Be happy to elaborate. Below is the letter I sent to you by US mail and included in the letter is a URL for the Cipriano declaration which details what one of Scientology's lawyers, Kendick Moxon has been doing over the past two years. There is lots more if you want pointers to it.
Lots of luck.
H. Keith Henson
Palo Alto, CA 94306
August 14, 1999
RUSSELL BELLIN, PRESIDENT
CHURCH OF SPIRITUAL TECHNOLOGY
419 N. LARCHMONT, #86
LOS ANGELES, CA 90004
SHERMAN D. LENSKE, REGISTERED AGENT:
6400 CANOGA AVENUE, #315
WOODLAND HILLS, CA 91367
It is reported in the public record that the two of you are responsible agents for CST. This letter is to notify you as to the possibility of questionable activities which may have serious legal consequences for CST, up to and including total governmental confiscation of the assets of CST and related corporations.
The directors, I believe, have a duty to inquire into such allegations.
I enclose a copy of a letter sent to Senator Barbara Boxer which documents serious problems at the IRS with respect to the closing agreement signed with a number of Scientology corporations in 1993. To wit, the formerly secret closing agreement is patently unconstitutional, a fact which anyone with a legal background could determine in a minute.
The constitutional problems are not your problems, of course, unless it is determined that the IRS and/or IRS personnel were subjected to coercive influence such as blackmail or bribery. Then, assuming Scientology corporations or lawyers were behind such activities, the problems at the IRS become *your* problems.
I suggest you might also want to look into activities by your licensee RTC on the Internet (starting in 1995 with Helena Kobrin's attempt to destroy a Usenet news group) which continue to degrade the value of the LRH copyrights.
And you might want to look into mad dog litigation tactics by RTC which has been spending millions to accomplish the exact opposite of the intended.
Very Truly Yours,
H. Keith Henson
PS Since I wrote this letter there have been further developments, such as that which can be found at http://www.lermanet.com/reference/cipriano.htm
cd Mead Emory
(also posted on the Internet)