Human Rights News
The notorious Scientology criminal enterprise has had a lengthy history of success in racketeering and organized crime for decades, all of which began to change significantly in the year 1993 when civil rights activists, human rights advocates, and law enforcement agencies around the world teamed up to address the Scientology Corporation's gross international crimes and horriffic human rights abuses.
In 1995 human rights acivists took law enforcement in to their own hands and allegedly infiltrated the Scientology enterprises' computer rooms by obtaining "volunteer employment" with the Corporation, allegedly working with Federal police agencies to extract and lawfully divert information to law enforcement communities around the world, culiminating in numerous documents detailing quack medical fraud, money laundering, human trafficing, racketeering, blackmail, extortion, and numerous other crimes being released to the Internet via the Usenet Newsgroup forum alt.religion.scientology.
In 1995, the notorious crime syndicate attempted to stop the exposures by committing racketeering activities against numerous participants of the newsgroup, eventually attempting to RMGROUP the popular forum (the most active newsgroup at the time on the entire Internet) which would have eliminated the newsgroup were it not for Internet Newsgroup administrators being able to examine what rights advocates had accomplished, and seen what Scientology was attempting to do.
Six months later after attempting to stop the law enforcement efforts and human rights advocacy on line, the Scientology Corporation deliberately murdered one of their own customers, a young woman named Lisa McPherson whom had attempted to escape, had been abducted and held against her will for 17 days, tied to a bed with towels in the crime syndicate's Clearwater, Florida cult compound known as the "Fort Homicide," and deliberately and slowly murdered through starvation and dehydration.
One of the bosses working for the syndicate at the time was one Kendrick Moxon, a "captive" Scientology lawyer who shills for the criminal enterprise and who has a "significant history," as Federal agencies call it, much of which can be examined through performing Google searches on his name or by reivewing Google: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kendrick_Moxon
Opposing this and many other Scientology scumbags arose a world-renoun human rights hero, a man by the name of Graham Berry who has been on the forefront of human rights advocacy for the victims of Scientology for many years, a tireless advocate who has traveled the world meeting with governments, civil rights and human rights groups, law enforcement agencies, and the world's intelligence agencies, assisting in the on-going effort to curb the notorious criminal enterprise around the world: http://www.grahamberry.com/
Human rights champion Graham Berry has allegedly managed to box Moxon in to a corner to the point where the notorious Scientology scumbag must cop the Fifth Amendment, allegedly to avoid self incrimination and criminal punishment, itself a victory in the decades-long effort to stop Scientology world-wide once and for all.
The URL provided in this brief summation of the human rights effort so far provides an enumeration of what is currently taking place and some discussion about what the near future holds for the notorious Scientology crime syndicate.
Further detailed information about the effort to stop Scientology world wide can be found at the Why We Protest web site, a web site that has won numerous recognition awards for rights advocacy and a great deal of positive recognition in the world's mainstream news media: http://www.whyweprotest.net/en/
My opinions only and only my opinions, as always. If you have questions about scientology or if you have been swindled by the Scientology corporation, email myself and I will attempt to get back to you. http://www.angrygaypope.com/kendrick_moxon_v_graham_berry.htm