Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Scientology Leaders EscapeTrials

Scientology leaders escape trials, and Jan Eastgate/Meyers is no exception to the rule.But, when you are dealing with Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard, you are dealing with some very tricky individuals.The tricks used by Scientology to escape the law have been going on now for some almost 60 years and there is no sign it will change anytime soon. They believe they are above the law and so far, this seems to prove correct.

Eastgate was due to face a committal hearing in Sydney next month, followed by a trial in June.
Eastgate, real name Janice Wendy Eastgate Meyer, was last May charged with two counts of perverting the course of justice.

The charges relate to an incident involving an eleven-year-old girl named Carmen Rainer who, in 1985, told her mother that she had been sexually abused by her stepfather. As the family were Scientologists they sought help at the Org Building in Sydney.


Perhaps the ODPP has the answers.

Jan Eastgate and the Church of Scientology have always maintained the allegations were false and they must both today be celebrating the apparent end of this sordid awful story.

Today Eastgate was quoted saying “I have always maintained my innocence” and “this outcome means I can concentrate on my work to assist people in need of help both in Australia and overseas through the Citizens Commission on Human Rights.”

The fact remains that the allegations have not been tested in court. This is not an outcome - it is not a court decision - it is a complete withdrawal from the case by the DPP.

As it stands we now have Jan Eastgate’s word against the word of Carmen Rainer, her mother Phoebe, and former Scientologist Carmel Underwood, who claims to have witnessed Eastgate coaching Carmen to lie to the police.

After following this story for eighteen months, along with Lateline reporter Steve Canane at the ABC, (who broke this story), I am curious to know why this has happened. Are you?

One wonders, indeed, how charges can just be dropped,but then again where Scientology is concerned nothing much surprises me anymore at all.

And this from the Daily Telegraph:


When the victim went to Balmain Police Station in May 2010 to make a complaint against Ms Eastgate, she was accompanied by Mr Xenophon, the independent Senator from South Australia, and the media. Mr Xenophon had been pushing for an inquiry into Scientology beforehand.

When the woman returned four days later to Balmain Police Station to make her statement, she was accompanied by Mr Xenophon's then-political adviser Rohan Wenn.
The police recorded that ABC's Lateline, which had interviewed the woman, was screening the following week .

"(Senator) Xenophon is pushing for a senate inquiry into the Church of Scientology," said the police in their internal report. "Following this interview (with the woman), investigating police are of the view that this matter ... will be used as a political tool to push towards a Senate inquiry being held."

An Office of the NSW Director of Public Prosecutions spokeswoman said yesterday the charges were dropped "because there was no reasonable prospect of a conviction".

Thanks to Zhent on ESMB, heres a video from Lateline:


Here is Janice Meyers with John Sweeney in the unforgettable coverage on Panorama:
starting at 7.15 on this video;

And always on top of all things Scientology Tony Ortega from the Village Voice:

Now let's go back a bit to a French Court, that had never lost files before ever, but they went missing in this Scientology court case:

Lisa McPherson Clause:

Kyle Brennan:

They Should not have died, but they Did:

Innocent until Proven Guilty?
Occupied Clearwater:
France Labels Scientology a Fraud, not a church.

L. Ron Hubbard Convicted in France:

Hubbard's Communication Office

We are slowly and carefully teaching the unholy a lesson. It is as follows: We are not a law enforcement agency. BUT we will become interested in the crimes of people who seek to stop us. If you oppose scientology we promptly look up - and find and expose - your crimes. If you leave us alone we will leave you alone.
      It's very simple. Even a fool can grasp that.
      And don't underrate our ability to carry it out. - L. Ron Hubbard

The above caption should read:
July 12, 2001, Boston: A Church of Scientology member put her head inside a mock guillotine outside the French Consulate after France ratified the About-Picard law, allowing courts to crack down on religious sects.

Picard Law;
from the church of Scientology's human rights office:( what human rights?)
From Jonny Jacobson:

Scientology's Foolproof Method of Judge tampering:

Scientology's Foolproof method of Gag Agreements:

And today, what timing, Scientology Settles with Debbie Cook:

Or is that Debbie Cook settles with Scientology ?

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