On Sun, 03 Jul 2005 20:36:27 GMT, desertphile@hot mail.com (Deep E-Meter) wrote:
>On Fri, 01 Jul 2005 12:10:26 -0700, barb <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Keith Henson wrote:
>> > Had you been called and spoken a word about why I was picketing (the
>> > two women killed in 2000) or anything about scientology fair game
>> > policy you would have been arrested right in the court for contempt
>> > and sent off to jail.
>> I don't think so. There is more than one way to get a point across. And
>> more than one way to skin a cat. I had a PLAN, and it would have worked.
>> It involved engrams, playing off things people already know, and getting
>> them to connect the dots without showing them the dots. Maybe I'll still
>> get the chance someday.
>The judge did read my affidavit that explained the fact that
>Henson did not take any GPS readings and had no knowledge of the
>event until after it occured. When the crime syndicate's puppet
>started to mention the GPS, the judge stopped him and told him,
>basically, "that dog don't hunt: it's dead. Move on!" According to
>one witness, the crime syndiacte's collective jaw dropped open in
>horror and dismay--- they apparently believed the GPS event was
>important to their fraudulent, bogus case against Henson.
That seemed to be true at the time, though if you read the sentencing document, the GPS readings were still being used to determine my sentence.
I have subsequently and very reluctantly come to the conclusion that trial was largely a staged event to make it look like there was an honest court proceeding.
This is consistent with the strange informal record sealings done to the cult's advantage and with the information I was getting from some county insiders who took the chance to warn me that my conviction was "political" but were fearful to speak to law enforcement.
Some members of the DA's office were involved in the conspiracy, probably all the way to the top considering the Feffer letter to Trask that Graham Berry saw.
Tom Gage was in on it for sure, he conspired with Moxon and Paquett in the "failure to appear" entrapment attempt that the cult wrecked when they misread a filing of mine in the Hurtado case.
I am not sure about Schwarz but lean in the direction that he didn't know for sure the proceedings were tainted though he might have suspected. If he was a little brighter he would have picked up on how Abelson directed the jury selection process.
>Or in other words, a tiny bit of truth accidently got into the
>case. This is apparently rare in the Judge's court as well as in
>DA Schwarts' office.
We won't know from the judge since he is dead. Because he had done a lot of entertainment arbitration, I suspect his connection to the cult was a lot deeper than just knowing Abelson.
I am not sure about this, but I suspect that the cover up included me dying in jail before there could be an appeal. At least that's what the county officials intimated.
What with the statute of limitations expiring and inducing people to talk, OSA insiders being RPFed and leaving, and Tom Cruise destroying the cult's PR clout, I expect there will be interesting developments over the next few months.