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Big Brother – Part II in a series

June 29, 2009

F. Wallace Pope Jr
Johnson, Pope, et al
Clearwater, Florida 33757-1368

re: McPherson Confidential Settlement Agreement
yours of June 22, 2009

Dear Wally,

First, please inform me who you represent in this matter. Last I knew you represented Flag Service Organization. Are you alleging that I was an agent of Flag when the settlement was entered into? Please tell me the specific time periods in which I allegedly acted as an agent of Flag and include all written evidence your clients possess to substantiate your  allegation.  Are you alleging I was an agent of RTC at the time when the settlement was entered into? Please tell me the specific time periods in which I allegedly acted as an agent of RTC and include all written evidence your clients possess to substantiate your allegation.

Second, the first three words of your second paragraph “As you know” assume a fact that is just not true. On May 26, 2004 I had been cooped up in the Hacienda and the Flag Mill for four months after having escaped from Miscavige’s prison camp in Riverside County, California. In fact, I had been promised through Miscavige’s agent (who at the time was also my wife) that he was going to visit me on two occasions between my escape and the date you cite. We were scheduled to discuss his continuing aggravated breaches of his corporate and ecclesiastical duties at Religious Technology Center. Miscavige never did fulfill his promise to have that meeting.

Third, I recall sometime after May 2004 asking Miscavige’s agent and designated communication relay whether the case in question had settled and if so what the terms of the settlement were. I was informed by Miscavige’s agent that the questions would be posed to Miscavige. Again I was promised that he would come see me sometime in June of that year on his way to or from the Freewinds. Again, Miscavige failed to appear. He apparently decided to keep me in the dark as to whether there was in fact a settlement, let alone what the terms of that settlement were.

Fourth, I waited at Flag until 12 December, 2004 for Miscavige’s promised visit and answers to my questions. Finally, not having seen hide nor hair of Miscavige – except from a distance on the numerous occasions he furtively picked up my then-wife for ball games and movies as part of his patented divide marriages so as to conquer strategy – I decided to wait no longer. More than five years have passed and there has still been no word from Miscavige.

If you want me to even consider the unsubstantiated, vague dictate you have forwarded from Miscavige, you will first answer each and every question I have posed for you in this letter. Should you decide not to so answer, I shall presume you have no lawful basis for making these unfounded demands on me.


Marty Rathbun

Wake Up

I’ve heard some comments from Miscavige shills lately – latest one posted in the comments section of this blog – that the folks who have spoken out about Miscavige’s habitual, sadistic and felonious behavior are “casting Scientology in a bad light.”  Such comments are a sure sign that either a) the commenter never read the articles nor watched the video interviews and/or b) the commenter is living proof that what Miscavige has created is a potential kool aid drinking following.  All fifteen people who spoke out in the Truth Rundown series so far have been emphatic that Miscavige’s sociopathic behavior could not be more off-policy and out-tech. It is Miscavige’s messenger boys who have thrown L Ron Hubbard under the bus at every turn, and at Miscavige’s direction. They swear that their “tough sons of bitches” conduct is as on-Source as it can be.  If you think that that type of sophomoric behavior is what Hubbard considered tough then you do not even have the first clue what Scientology is.  If you agree with Miscavige’s cowardice (first evading any questioning of his own behavior and supplying only spokespeople who were never in the vicinity of the dozens of unlawful acts disclosed, and second blaming his psychotic behavior on Hubbard) then by all means come after me hard and follow Miscavige to his inevitable Miscavigetown.  You can carry on defending Miscavige’s rightness to the point of being as right as a being can mistakenly think he can be (listen to all several dozen Hubbard lectures on Serv Facs to get the full import of that last comment).