Scientology Crime Syndicate

10/Jul/99 Los Angeles Cult Compound Non-Picket Report

Greetings, one and all! I'm back from today's massive protest of the crime syndicate building here in Los Angeles and thought I would post a quick report for today's events. It's been an exhausting morning, one that started at 4:30 so I would have enough time to pick up some of today's party goers.

First stop: Burbank International Air Port to pick up Mr. Keith Henson and friends. Thankfully Mr. Henson left his huge XENU penis protectors at home otherwise I don't think everybody and their over-night bags would have fit in the van.

I'll let everyone else in the van file their own reports yet we were all wanting to go straight away to the day's festivities, looking forward to seeing L. Ron Hubbard roast in Hell in Shydavid's life-like simulation. Before we did that, however, we had to swing by another airport to make sure that the Scientology Kills banner would fly today. The weather, being what it was, made pulling a banner somewhat questionable.

Very amusingly, when we arived at the airport, we were informed by the advertisement agency that several calls to their offices had been placed by Scientology crime bosses, consisting of racketeering, criminal threats.

Click here for some additional truth about the Scientology crime syndicate: XENU.NET

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