01 May 2002
Bowden, Ga.

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Date: 01 May 2002
To: [censored -- I don't see an okay to show the name]
From: Crackpots
Subject: Bowden, Ga.

Crackpots wrote:

>> The newspaper reporter just found the a.r.s newsgroup
>> and he says he's available to talk with anyone in the
>> group if they want information about what's going down.
>> I can provide the e-mail of the reporter if you wish...
>> I have it here, I'm sure.

[censored] wrote:

> I saw his post, and I emailed him, telling him I was a
> critic in Atlanta. I pointed him to arscc-atl.com (which
> is specific to scn in Atlanta and Georgia) and told him I
> would like to post his articles to the site and asked if
> he would set aside copies for me (that I would pay for).

Crackpots wrote:

Ah, excellent. It looks like they're sewed up in Bowdon.

[censored] wrote:

> I also thanked him for being on the job. I would really
> like to read his "Holy Dianetics, Batman! The Narco-weenies
> are after me!" article. :)

Crackpots wrote:

<laughing!> Yeah! I think Barb will get a copy and I suspect JP will post it to a.r.s. And _NOT_ send it through the cult for review first like the cult demanded.

[censored] wrote:

>> But the latest news:

...cuts...

>Lying is the cult's sop.

Crackpots wrote:

Hey, the people at Arrowhead are reportedly telling callers that the Crackpots.ORG web site is run by a European drug manufacturer that sells methodone -- at least someone posted a lengthy description of events to a.r.s that made the claim.

[censored] wrote:

> I really appreciate that you and Barb got right on this
> The cult had had narconon billboards up in Atlanta recently,
> and must have had enough response to warrant trying to build
> a center near here. Bowden, and Carroll Co., like most of
> Ga. except for Atlanta and its suburbs, is very Christian and
> very conservative. I didn't imagine they would be well
> received. I'm glad the people were informed. :)

Crackpots wrote:

Doesn't Georgia have licensing requirements that would keep these scam artists out of Georgia?

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