News from the Berry no asset bankruptcy where the cult has spent at least three times the value of their aggregate claim amount (est. $300,000.00) to obtain a ruling that the Pattinson case Rule 11 sanctions order is non-dischargable in bankruptcy. This was the Moxon v. Berry adversary proceeding within the Berry bankruptcy proceeding. It is a hollow victory for the clams because they have "fair gamed " me out of employment. All they can get are periodic judgment debtor examinations which are apparently a specialty of "two-first class seats" Rosen i.e., one for each cheek)!
The real victory is ours!
Once again, Moxon & Kobrin had to pull in Paul, Hastings,Janofsky & Walker, and it's $500.00 per hour-lawyer, Rosen.Perhaps it is really a dollar per pound per hour! Finally, we proved that the Cult will go to any length at any cost in the name of Fair Game. The judge decided not to hold a trial but to rule in their favor on the basis of a new Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision and Bankruptcy Code Section 523(a)(7) providing that fines and penalties involving the government are not dischargeable in bankruptcy. If the case had gone to trial when first scheduled it would have gone the other way under the former case law (c'est la vie). The judge denied all ex parte relief except the motion to quash the subpoena for medical records. He also denied my oral motion to dismiss under Section 105 for their abuse of process. Rosen, the lardy blowhard, huffed and puffed about how he had stood before Judge Snyder demanding the Rule 11 sanctions because I had to be stopped and, see the Ex Parte Motion, I had not stopped. Therefore, he wanted another Rule 11 sanctions order against me. I argued that Rule 11 sanctions motions are themselves subject to Rule 11 Sanctions motions and if anyone was to be sanctioned it should be Rosen, Moxon and Kobrin on the basis of the evidence of criminality and abuse before the court. The judge denied our cross Rule 11 motions and my request that he refer the entire record in this and the underlying and related cases to the FBI and US Attorney. However, the judge did state that the FBI had an office in the bankruptcy courts ". . . and I encourage you to take the matter over there." The judge also stated that he did not want the Moxon v. Berry case in his court room any longer. An observer thought the judge looked as though he was scared of "them". Moxon did not look as through he were doing too well. Petunia Pig was her usual "blissfully unaware that she represents the face of evil" self. Lynne Shipe from OSA was on the cell phone a lot and was accompanied by an OSA aide who looked even more of a cadaver than Ed Parkin. Rosen did not look as though he were doing well spiritually. As for me, as our litigation starts drawing to a close, with all of the proof of Scientology's 1991 "litigation" misrepresentations to the IRS exposed, I can now move on to my volunteer work in the information dissemination and criminal investigation area. It is now time to start up a section 501(c)(3) corporation to provide a vehicle for this effort. Does anyone have the approx.$3,000.00 in startup nonprofit and 501(c)(3) monies?
Additionally, I also want to thank all of you for your continued support and encouragement.
Graham E. Berry
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