Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, LLP
Marty Rathbun July 13, 2009
Re: McPherson Confidential Settlement Agreement
I acknowledge receipt of your letter of June 29, 2009, in which you ask me to explain why you are bound by the confidential settlement agreement. The reason is that at all times during the McPherson litigation, you were acting on behalf of both RTC and Flag. RTC and FSO were parties to the litigation and the agreement binds the parties and their representatives.
Very truly yours,
F. Wallace Pope, Jr.
If you are hauled into ethics for reading recent veteran accounts of the operating basis of Miscavige bring this with you:
” We own a tremendous amount of property. We own a tremendous amount of material, and so forth. And it keeps growing. But that’s not important. When buildings get important to us, for God’s sake, some of you born revolutionists, will you please blow up central headquarters. If someone had put some HE (high explosives) under the Vatican long ago, Catholicism might still be going. Don’t get interested in real estate. Don’t get interested in the masses of buildings, because that’s not important.
“What is important is how much service you can give the world and how much you can get done and how much better you can make things. These are important things. These are all that are important. A bank account never measured the worth of a man. His ability to help measured his worth and that’s all. A bank account can assist one to help but where it ceases to do that it becomes useless.”
L. Ron Hubbard, 31 December 1960 lecture, The Genus of Dianetics and Scientology.