Re: Meyer was Moxon's daughter?!

From: philscott88@hotmail.com (Phil Scott)
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 04:25:30 GMT
Message-ID: <39752c24.31280170@news.tdl.com>

>> Was she on the RPF?

> I notice her job is given as "Grounds Maint. Manager," that might help
> explain why she was checking on squirrels and had access to maintenance
> areas.

Thats not the point I was tryng to get at. The cult has a long history of using very dangerous places to punish people as young as 4 years old....for weeks at a time. A hot transformer vault would have fit the bill.

In the past its been the switch gear room and cages in the basement of the fort harrisson hotel. the anchor chain locker on the ship ( if the anchor is dropped with a person in the locker they die instantly as the chain coil comes alive and chews them up into a pink spray), and the ships bilges. This is where the ships filth is held. ( no air. no light , not able to stand up, a person would be held there for weeks with a hose to breath through).

A transformer vault fits that bill very well.

Kendrick Moxon will find out if she was on the RPF and being held there... if so, I believe the shit will hit the fan... unless he has been brainwashed to the point of no shred of conscience left. and that is possible.

Phil Scott


From: tilman@berlin.snafu.de (Tilman Hausherr)
Subject: Re: Meyer was Moxon's daughter?!
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 17:44:08 +0200
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On Wed, 19 Jul 2000 06:19:06 GMT, philscott88@hotmail.com (Phil Scott) wrote in <39754796.38307074@news.tdl.com>:

>One wonders whats going though her fathers mind.

Whatever it is, it will be handled with auditing, and after a few sessions it will be erased. I bet we will see Moxon in court in his usual form. Sadly, caring about loved ones isn't exactly what scientologists are known for. Although there are a few exceptions, I doubt that a fanatic≥ like Kenny would be it.


Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 09:56:56 -0400
From: An Metet <anmetet@mixmaster.shinn.net>
Subject: Re: Moxon's Daughter?
Message-ID: <40ec4fd51ed1042668b0ea82e9132cc8@mixmaster.shinn.net>

Moxon spent his entire adult life as Scientlogy's lawyer helping it avoid wog laws (to save a penny) such as Occupational Health and Safety codes and child safety issues.

His daughter was fried alive by 7500 volts, poking around in an underground, high voltage vault at the Scientology Headquarters near Hemet. I wonder if this is going to wake him up? He'll probaby blame the wrong target, Keith Henson, who was picketing at the time. Scientology says that people making mistakes indicates the presence of a Suppressive person. What he conveniently forgets is that everyone can go PTS now and then and that's why we have product safety laws such as insulation on power cords in the home and OSHA regulations at work.

Scientologists, thinking they are superior, feel they don't have to follow WOG laws. Alas, it isn't true at all.

The moving petard, having hoisted, moves on.


From: Lronscam <NOSPAMLronsscam@aol.comNOTs>
Subject: Re: Will Moxon sue the cult?
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 19:28:37 -0400
Message-ID: <i3ecnsopr7qma3g60t08dpa9tmh0ov0eaa@4ax.com>

On 19 Jul 2000 22:55:45 GMT, jimdbb@aol.com (JimDBB) wrote:

>the question is: Will Kendrick Moxon sue the Scientology cult over the death
>of his daughter, Stacy Meyer or will he got for a quiet settlement?
>
>We need our moles to get to work on this and keep us informed.
>
>JImDBB

I think anyone else, under any other circumstances, dealing with any other organization would sue. But in this instance, Moxon will not sue. He'll be thrown out of the cult if he does. Considering he has been for so many years and is privy to the dirty dealings of the cult, I doubt much else matters to him. But if it does, my condolence goes out to him. This must be hard for anyone. Even under the worst case scenario, this is a tragic death. Scientologists I am sure will agree.