Gregory Von Bargen

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Gregory Von Bargen
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November 7, 1980 – January 14, 1997

A Roger Bacon High School cheerleader and a soccer player were killed today in a two-car accident in Winton Hills. Another Roger Bacon student was in critical condition after the 8 a.m. accident and a fourth also was hospitalized.

Dead are Sara Garibay, 17, of Windmill Way, Seven Hills, and Greg VonBargen, 16, of Star Gate Lane, New Burlington. In critical condition at University Hospital is Kyle Yearion, 15, of Resor Road, Fairfield. Steve VonBargen, 17, of New Burlington, is in fair condition.

Thursday, January 16, 1997 – High speed may be to blame for 3 deaths, investigators say
Brown and white pompons. A wrestling uniform. A well-worn soccer ball signed by the team.
In the Roger Bacon High School gymnasium Wednesday afternoon, the mementos piled up. And as each one was placed carefully on the stage by students, sniffles broke into sobs and moans turned into wails. It was a day of grieving at the Roman Catholic school here as students, teachers, parents and friends struggled to cope with the deaths of three sophomores killed Tuesday morning when their speeding car crashed on the way to school.

Sarah Garibay, 17, of New Burlington was a cheerleader. Greg Von Bargen, 16, of New Burlington was a soccer player. Kyle Yearion, 15, of Fairfield was a wrestler.

While students grieved, Cincinnati police continued to investigate the accident, trying to determine what caused driver Steven R. Von Bargen, 17, Greg’s brother and a Roger Bacon junior, to go into a skid on the dry, straightaway and slide into oncoming traffic in the 5300 block of Este Avenue in Winton Hills. Excessive speed contributed to the accident, said Sgt. Bill Coombs of the police traffic unit. Steven’s vehicle was traveling 60 mph or more in a 35-mph zone.

”We need to find out for sure … but it looks at this point like this is a case of kids running late for school,” Sgt. Coombs said. The students were 2 miles from school and five minutes from the first bell when they wrecked. Steven had a speeding conviction Oct. 24, Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles records show.

The driver of the other car, Donald Robinson, 37, of Union Township, Clermont County, remained hospitalized in serious condition Wednesday in Good Samaritan Hospital.

Steven Von Bargen was released by noon Wednesday from University Hospital. Police have yet to interview him.

Sunday, January 19, 1997 – School holds funeral for three
The three teens – cheerleader Sarah Garibay, 17, soccer player Greg Von Bargen, 16, and wrestler Kyle Yearion, 15 – were buried after a funeral Mass in the Catholic school’s gym. Afterward, the band performed – its 100-strong ranks sorely depleted as many members opted to mourn alongside family and friends.

Cincinnati police closed Vine Street north of Mitchell Avenue to accommodate the funeral procession to the cemeteries. Kyle was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Springdale; Sarah in Crown Hill Memorial Park in Colerain Township; and Greg in St. Mary’s Cemetery in St. Bernard.

Pressed by a looming deadline, a survivor of the crash that killed three Roger Bacon High School students filed a lawsuit today. Donald T. Robinson is seeking more than ,000 in damages for injuries he suffered in the Jan. 14 crash on Este Avenue. He filed the suit in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court against Steven R. Von Bargen, who was driving the car that slammed into Robinson’s 1989 Mazda 323.

All three passengers in Von Bargen’s car were killed: his brother, Greg Von Bargen, 16; Sarah Garibay, 17, and Kyle Yearion, 15. Police say Von Bargen’s car was traveling an estimated 76 mph in a 35-mph zone.

Thursday, May 22, 1997
Steven Von Bargen’s handsome 17-year-old face was twisted in pain. His mother, eyes already swollen, pulled a neatly folded bale of tissues from her purse. Her fragile composure dissolved as she told Judge David Grossmann, "I have so much trouble missing my son Greg. Please don’t take this one, too."

Greg, 16, was killed last January along with Kyle Yearion, 15, and Sarah Garibay, 17. Police estimate that Steven was driving 77 mph on Este Avenue in Winton Hills when he skidded sideways into another car.

This was three months after he had been cited for driving 89 mph in a 65 mph zone. Somebody is going to get hurt, he was told by a magistrate. Convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide and aggravated vehicular assault, Steven Von Bargen was in juvenile court Tuesday to hear his sentence.

In the hallway outside, classmates – mostly girls in plaid Roger Bacon uniform skirts and white shirts – recited the Apostles’ Creed. Many of them attended a vigil on Fountain Square in February in Steven’s support. More than 200 people attended the event, just before a decision on whether his case should be sent to a grand jury.

Operation The Heat Is On 82
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Highoverlord’s "Trollwife" from two years prior at the first Sea Arrgh protest made an unexpected appearance and was batshit hilarious. When she heard one protester whisper to another this was the one who assaulted an Anon two years before she flipped out and started screaming. After some hilarious nonsense from her she walked out in to moving traffic, almost getting herself hit, before retreating back to the sidewalk. Of course there’s always the possibility she’s just a random loon, bu there will be LULZY video of this encounter to follow. In the mean time the minor assault incident 2 years prior can be viewed at the very start of this video:…!

July 2010 was the 30th consecutive month of peaceful global protests against the scientology cult’s criminality and human rights abuses. With our brutal Florida summers now in full swing and the heat being put on scientology from multiple fronts this summer Clearwater, Florida went with Operation: The Heat is On. Recently in the Tampa Bay area the St. Petersburg times continued it’s investigative expose on scientology with front page coverage detailing coerced abortions among other things. Expect more on that front shortly. Also in Tampa Bay new weekly interviews with ex-scientologists are being aired on Hillsborough Community College’s Hawk Radio 1520 AM. In Australia Senator Nick Xenophon secures inquiry in to a public benefit test for charities and religion, which if adopted will specifically challenge the cult’s charitable status there. In Italy the authorities raided the cult’s Org in Turin for nine hours. Investigators are said to have found secret archives with files on magistrates, policemen, journalists, and relatives of former followers. And of course there’s several pending lawsuits by former members against the cult for human trafficking, forced abortions, etc.

But no where is the heat being put on the scientology cult as much as Australia.

June 28-29 2010 Australian public benefit test
Australian Senate link:…
Xenu TV coverage:
June 29th ABC coverage…
July 1st A Current Affair coverage:…
Complete Day 1 Video & Transcripts:…
Complete Day 2 video:…

July 8 2010 Today Tonight

Additionally, two long time, high level cultists blew in the last couple weeks:
Marsha Pearlman Sorensen
Karen De La Carriere/Jentzsch, the former wife of apparently missing (read: RPF’ed) cult president Herber Jentzsch.

All faces of those unmasked are blurred to protect them from the cult’s "Fair Game" policy of harassing it’s critics. These are brave people of all ages and walks of life, standing shoulder to shoulder with ex-Scientologists to bring the truth TO YOU.

But don’t take my word for it, educate yourself about what TIME Magazine called "The Cult of Greed and Power":

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