Saturday, February 25, 2012

To Pei Ran Law Firm

Johnny Chen
Pei Ran Law Firm
5th Floor, No. 25
Sec. 2, Ren Ai Road,
Taipei 100

Phone: 0932-393-886
Fax: 02-23416069

Feb 24, 2012

Dear Counsel Chen,

Yahoo has effectively handed over the name of your law firm for us to handle.  Welcome abroad.  You are the evidence of L Ron Hubbard's philosophy, that the goal of lawsuits is not to win, but to harass your opponents and ruin them financially.

We demand you to send us the communications between Yahoo and your law firm, acting on half of your client, the Church of Scientology, Taiwan (hereby known as the Cult, as exposed by the Times Magazine 1992).

We believe that the Cult definitely lied, and since we are a commercial client of Yahoo, we believe that the communications sent to Yahoo is cause for libel, poisoning a commercial relationship between a client and a service provider.  We demand disclosure and will consider further actions, legal or otherwise.

You are very wrong if you think that this is just a letter from a lawyer (or wannabe), as useless as yours.  As the Hon. Doctor of Literature, half historical, half ancient marshal arts fantasy fiction novelist, Jin Yong, will advice, do not fight fist with fist, unless you have a bigger one.  We will leave the law to the experts when the time comes.  We operate on a level way above and beyond the law.

The Cult is an evolutionary cancer to us and our goal is to eradicate it completely in everybody's mind, in four or forty years, which makes no difference to us, in our spare time, and for our own enjoyment.

While we do not fully agree with the "public opinions" in the Makiyo incident, you have no excuse for working with the Cult.  Defence lawyers cannot do a full investigation before deciding to take on a case.  And even the guilty need to be represented to apologise that they are under the influence of alcohol, etc, etc.  There always will be lawyers specialising on "difficult" cases and love those negative publicity.

The crime of the cult is thoroughly documented on the Internet, all at your fingertips.  You are a tool to their attempted censorship of free speech.  Although you are a small potato, you are on the same boat of unpopularity as SOPA, PIPA,  and ACTA.

If you do not have enough money to pay rent and fax toner, we understand.  If the cult pay you a lot of money, we understand.  If you are too brain damaged to see the lies, we also understand.  If it's all of the above, we wish good luck to you.

It used to be exciting - protests in front of the biggest US law firm, tracking down and sending emails to every employee worldwide of the second biggest US law firm, all because what one partner did some 18 years ago.  Sadly, one can no longer make a good living out of the Cult, while pretending to be an upright community member.   Heavy weight lawyers and law firms are all out, or just became useless for the Cult.  Even in big cases, the Cult is forced to use inferior lawyers, who has been depending on the Cult as their only businesses, or to use local lawyers, who has no idea how bad the Cult is.   It's always worse than you think.

Even though you are far from that league,  your continued engagement is actually encouraged, but then you have to expect us.

This is true,

Xianu Lee

Monday, February 20, 2012

Former Scientology executive Debbie Cook claims torture and kidnap by church leader

This is ABC's version of Debbie Cook's injunction hearing, aired on Feb 15, 2012.  English subtitle completed. The story is more complete and most of the explosive testimonies are there except for the incident that David Miscavige punished an executive by ordering him to lick the toilet floor for over half an hour.

This is Mr Wu Ying Ceng's Scientology.  He is the descendant of the Tainan Gang, a rich and powerful family originated from the South of Taiwan.  He is the mission holder of Capital Mission, head of Hubbard Management School, and one of the biggest donor in Taiwan.

He is also a big donor of Criminon, which is basically doing promotion for Narconon methods.  No doctor can argue that it's medically and scientifically safe.  No educators can argue that what they teach, such as "The Way To Happiness", is not trashed by philosophers thousands of years ago.

After all, there is no excuse when a live person went into rehab, ended up dead under their care inside their world headquarters.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Australia's "child labour camp" in Scientology Headquarters

Shane joined the Sea Org at six with his mother.  He lived in a tiny room with 11 other children at the Dundas Headquater in Sydney.  He once lived in the garage  until it was flooded in a storm.  He moved to live under the stairs in a 1 meter wide closet.  Once he was 15, he worked 14 hours a day, seven days a week, for up to $35 a week, with beans and rice as the main diet.  At 21, he escaped and told his story on TV.  Before that, he never went on the Internet, never seen any movie, TV nor read any books other than LRH's.


Sunday, February 12, 2012

Debbie Cook case round one: Flag ex-captain destroyed Church of Scientology in court

On New Year's eve 2012, Flag ex-captain Debbie Cook sent out an email to Scientologists criticising chairman David Miscavige of violating L Ron Hubbard policy on many fronts.  The church sued her for violating the non-disclosure agreement she signed when she left.  Furthermore, the church was granted a Temporary Restraining Order to prevent Cook from talking to anyone, including her husband and co-defendant, about the case and about Scientology, until the trial is over.

On Feb 10, 2012, a court hearing was held to decide if the TRO was to be replaced with a temporary injunction effective for the life of the lawsuit.  Debbie Cook testified under oath, in court, on TV camera that she was kidnapped and tortured, and witness the same on others.

Cook saw David Miscavige punished Mark Ginge Nelson.  He was beaten by a Miscavige assistant and two other men for two hours.  Nelson also was made to lick a bathroom floor for at least 30 minutes.

Cook said Miscavige once ordered his secretary to slap her hard, and she fell over into some chairs.  He also ordered his communication officer to break her finger. The officer bent it back, but did not break it.

She was held in the RPF for seven weeks with more than 100 other Scientology executives. They spent their nights in sleeping bags on ant-infested floors, ate a soupy "slop" of reheated leftovers and screamed at each other in confessionals that often turned violent. For two weeks, she said, Miscavige had the electricity turned off as daytime temperatures in the desert east of Los Angeles topped 106 degrees.

She described a 12-hour ordeal at the California base where she was made to stand in a trash can while fellow executives poured water over her, screamed at her and said she was a lesbian.

She ran away but was intercepted by the church.  She contacted her mother and instructed her to call the police if she was not released in 3 days.  She threatened to slash her wrist if she was not released.  The church made her sign the non-disclosure agreement on camera before releasing her.

After the first day of hearing, the church withdraw the request for the injunction.  The church did not offer any witness to dispute Cook's testimony.

Ex-Clearwater Scientology officer Debbie Cook testifies she was put in "The Hole,'' abused for weeks