Friday, 11 December 2015

Mike Rinder and Marty Rathbun are your saviours, I don't think so, do you?

This is blatant all out war...laughing in the face of the enemy...

Re: Are Rinder and Rathburn Still Guilty?

There are those post on these boards whose very posts unify and bring us together.

Then there are those that make posts that divide the board even polarize it.

Not only that they seek to make us hate others who are now major critics and high value targets of the church.

While I have not always been successful, I want my purpose known. I stand for unifying the critics and when all is said and
done I do want to bring us together.

We are exposing a multi billion dollar cult and unifying is the winning formula. Divisiveness and fighting within is a loser.
I will not hang on to past accusations and wars.

There was a time, 3-4 years ago when Mike Laws and I were accused of plotting to "take over the board of ESMB " as "Indy OSA." LOLOLOL

How's that working out ?
Last edited by Karen#1; 11th December 2015 at 05:18 AM.

So tell me who posts on these boards any more? On OCMB we have, Don Carlo, AGP, Weiber and Karen de la Carrierre and the ocasional front.

On ESMB we have a lot of BANNED people, major critics, and Karen de la Carrierre and a lot of trolls...

Are Rinder and Rathburn Still...
One thing I guarantee I did not fall for it then and I ain't now...Ms La Carrierre... There was a time, 3-4 years ago when Mike Laws and I were accused of plotting to "take over the board of ESMB " as "Indy OSA." LOLOLOL

How's that working out ?
, but you did take over the message boards, didn't you? And, the final nail in the coffin was barring ARNIE LERMA, so tell me, how is that working out?

RTC v. Lerma

After Lerma posted the Fishman Affidavit in August 1995, his home was raided by federal marshals and lawyers from the Church of Scientology, alleging he was in possession of copyrighted documents.[3][4] A lawsuit was filed against Lerma and his Internet service provider by the church's Religious Technology Center, (RTC), claiming copyright infringement and trade secret misappropriation.[4]
The Washington Post and two investigative reporters were added to the lawsuit, as an article written about the raid contained three brief quotes from Scientology "Advanced Technology" documents.[5] The Washington Post, et al. were released from the suit when USDJ Leonie Brinkema ruled in a memorandum on November 28, 1995:
"When the RTC first approached the Court with its ex parte request for the seizure warrant and temporary restraining order, the dispute was presented as a straightforward one under copyright and trade secret law. However, the Court is now convinced that the primary motivation of RTC in suing Lerma, DGS and The Post is to stifle criticism of Scientology in general and to harass its critics. As the increasingly vitriolic rhetoric of its briefs and oral argument now demonstrates, the RTC appears far more concerned about criticism of Scientology than vindication of its secrets."
(Memorandum Opinion of November 28, 1995, by U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema; Religious Technology Center v. Arnaldo Lerma, Washington Post, Mark Fisher, and Richard Leiby)
The Memorandum Opinion acknowledges what Scientology practices to this day: the "Fair Game" policy, a written directive by L. Ron Hubbard that encourages harassment of anyone who speaks out against the church. In conclusion, the court awarded RTC the statutory minimum of $2,500 for five instances of non-willful copyright violation.

Kids do not forgive, we do not forget and we are NOT anonymous!

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