29 Apr 2002
Carroll Star News to be visited


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From: Crackpots
To: [censored]
Date: 29 Apr 2002
Subject: Carroll Star News to be visited

At 03:38 PM 28/04/2002 -0700, you wrote:

> Dear Crackpots,
> I just spoke with [censored]
> and you spoke with a woman from the paper.

Yes, the Editor, I believe. She's got moxy! }:-} She sounds like she's a no-nonsense fighter and isn't scared of a half-dozen Scientologists sent out to "handle" her.

Susan Webb claimed that Narconon isn't connected to Scientology and yet when a factual newspaper article comes out touching briefly upon Narconon's history, Scientology sends out half a dozen followers to harass and intimidate the paper's Editor and reporter.

They'll stay for days, going through their trash, taking photographs, doing their usual Fair Game. I hope that the editor or "JP" is smart enough to ask to see their return airplane tickets because if they look, they'll find that they're going to stick around for a while and conduct what the organization calls a "noisy investigation" to intimidate and harass.

> I presume you will communicate with her after the
> meeting with the CO$ers. If you do please share
> with me the details. If you don't, I'll call JP
> (that's what he goes by) except in the deep south
> it's probably Mr. Pilkonis.

Yes, I'll give the paper a telephone call around 12:30 p.m. sharp their time and find out how it went. Since I believe that Georgia is three hours ahead of me here in California, that'll be 9:30 a.m. my time. I'll call and see what it was.

Bet you a buck it'll be the usual under-stated series of threats. They'll probably even accuse JP and the Editor of being "for drugs" and of being "religious bigots." Betcha a buck. }:-}


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