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snip--story of DA office which would not give fax or address.
> Typical for Henson. Sets out to do something and doesn't get it.
> Typical failure.
Heh, often (like this time) I set off to do something and get far more results than I was expecting. The DA's are acting positively paranoid. You might even think they have reason. > One of these days the day will come when that
> man will be forced to do an honest day's work.
> He would of course have to stop working for that Lying Minton
> Trust to achieve that.
I know scientologists don't think in logical ways, but you can't have it both ways. Long as I am posting, Arel and I were up in San Francisco for a show and to talk to some people about producing "Xenu loves the little children." (working title) While we were there, we put in an half hour picket at the SF org, 6:30-7. The SF ord is has much better confront than gold base. They had no problem looking at our messages and other than taking a few pictures, ignored us. They showed no sign that they thought our picket signs would suddenly morph into cruise missiles. It seems that as you get closer to the top (and (*)?) scientology reacts in increasingly insane ways to protests. I made a bunch of copies of Hoden's declaration of me causing total disruption of gold base by walking up and down the road with a picket sign. It is the best flyers showing what scn does to make people into fearful weaklings and it was *written* by a high ranking scientologist! Keith Henson