Cool Filed Lawsuit images

A few nice filed lawsuit images I found:

Operation The Heat Is On 79
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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: www.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/economics_ctte/public_ben…
Xenu TV coverage: www.xenutv.com/blog/?p=4902
June 29th ABC coverage www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/06/29/2939759.htm?sectio…
July 1st A Current Affair coverage: www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAf4W26-cKU&feature=player_em…
Complete Day 1 Video & Transcripts: forums.whyweprotest.net/318-senator-xenophon-scientology/…
Complete Day 2 video: forums.whyweprotest.net/318-senator-xenophon-scientology/…

July 8 2010 Today Tonight
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctngHrqRmrA

Additionally, two long time, high level cultists blew in the last couple weeks:
Marsha Pearlman Sorensen
Karen De La Carriere/Jentzsch, thge 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":
www.whyweprotest.net
www.xenu.net
www.exscientologykids.com

George Cleeve statue (Founder of Portland, Maine – 1633)
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Eastern Prom Trail, Portland, Maine USA • Carved into the base: George Cleeve // b. 1586 Somersetshire, England. d. by 1671 Portland (Falmouth), Maine. He relied on persuasion by words not the sword. // Deputy Pres. of Lygonia 1647-1658. // Founder of Portland, Maine 1633.

This statue is modeled after one of Portland’s founders, George Cleeve, and it stands along the Eastern Waterfront. The statue happens to be standing on land belong to Portland Yacht Services, a business that is owned by a descendent of Cleeve. … this statue caused some controversy back when it was offered to the city in 2002. It was not accepted by the city due to the possibility that Cleeve had owned slaves. So despite not being a piece of public art and being located on private land, when the Portland Yacht Services is open during the day you can stop in for a glimpse of the statue that they found a place for. – From the website of Portland Daily Photo.

A statue of the founder of Portland, Maine, will go up after all, despite protests from city officials and others that the man is unworthy of memorializing because he may have owned a slave nearly 400 years ago, reports the Portland Press Herald.

But instead of going on city property, the seven-foot likeness of George Cleeve will go on private property owned by a descendant of the man who settled Portland around 1633. Initially, the ,000 statue — donated to the city by a private group [the George Cleeve Association; and commissioned and donated to the association by John Threlfall of Madison, Wisconsin, a Cleeve descendant.] — was to be installed at the Maine State Pier, but officials changed their mind when word leaked that Cleeve had a servant named Oliver Weeks who may have been a slave. Credible evidence that Weeks was black or a slave never surfaced.

The city’s Public Art Committee said the city should "respectfully decline" the statue because, in part, it wanted to avoid offending African-Americans who have long been excluded from Eurocentric, white-male accounts of U.S. history. – From a report in 1962.

• Some more history: Born in 1586, Cleeve arrived on the coast of Maine in 1630. He settled first in Cape Elizabeth, then known as Spurwink, with his wife, Joan, and daughter, Elizabeth. He immediately formed a partnership with Richard Tucker, who was already there when Cleeve arrived. Confusion over land title forced Cleeve and Tucker to leave Cape Elizabeth in 1633 and resettle on the nearby peninsula that is now Portland. Cleeve built a house at Clay Cove, between what would become India Street and the Casco Bay ferry terminal. The two men went back to England in 1636 and returned with the title to Machigonne Point. The area became Casco in the 1640s and was absorbed by the larger Falmouth land grant in 1658.

Little is known about Tucker. One letter from the era describes him as Cleeve’s servant before he moved in 1646 to Portsmouth and later became a selectman, according to the "Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire." More is known about Cleeve, in large part because he headed the regional government assembly for a time. He also regularly used the colonial court system, filing numerous deeds and lawsuits and eventually serving as a court officer.

Cleeve lived in Falmouth for the rest of his life, until he died around 1666, impoverished and still waging court battles. His descendants, who call themselves Cleevies, trace their heritage through the centuries to Cleeve’s daughter and son-in-law, Michael Mitton, who had five daughters and one son.

Cleeve and Tucker already have a monument, a 17-foot-tall granite obelisk erected in 1883 on the Eastern Promenade, at the beginning of Congress Street. But Cleeve Association members say the obelisk isn’t enough because it fails to reflect Cleeve’s era. They say their ancestor should be recognized as the sole founder of Portland because he stayed on and became the first political leader of the region. – From Portland Press Herald Writer Kelley Bouchard, January 14, 2002.

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