Picket report, Hemet 6 May 2001
06 May 2001

Not much to tell. My SP Daddy-O and I arrived at 10:30 and waited around at Ida's place shooting the shit until we decided no one was gonna join us. Rather than go to Gold, we decided to stake out a busy intersection in downtown Hemet. Hundreds of people drove by and read my sign, "Scientology, the "church" with a Body Count-www.xenu.net."

One guy stopped, told me he was a cab driver who picked up a couple at Gold who wanted to leave. His cab was chased. He also gave someone a ride out to Happy Valley and got inside the gate, but wasn't allowed to linger once he discharged his passenger. I believe he was a native American, probably Luiseno, a local band. He knew about Keith's case, and quite a bit about Scientology. I gave him a Xenu flier that had an insert provided by Keith, "Scientology Hurts People," I think it was. He said he was going to look up xenu.net as soon as he got home! I told him he was welcome to copy the flier and distribute it, we're not copyright nazis, nope.

Ida noticed a green SUV drive by her house after we arrived there initially, and mentioned it. While we were out on the street, my dad noticed a green SUV which drove by going west. The driver spotted us and immediately got on his cell phone; this occurred while I was talking to the cab driver. We decided it was time to leave, we'd been there almost an hour anyway, and Ida had a pork roast and asparagus thing going.

That is all.
Chaplain, ARSCC
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