Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by pooks, Jun 24, 2009.
Do you realize what you said?
You think you know a lot about Muldrake, but it's just your looney Sciloonytoony delusions kicking in. "Unlike Muldrake." Heh. You'd be surprised what Muldrake can do.
Also, I think it's cute how you threw a bunch of polysyllabic words in your sentence so you sound all intellectual and shit.
And then you had to spoil it all by writing something stupid like "adult conversation."
You clams! You are so funny when you're not even trying. (this is not a suggestion you quit your day job in favor of a career in stand up comedy. You're not that kind of funny!)
I don't know who this socacity is, but I like the cut of his / her jib.
You didn't pay attention to the judge's ruling, did you?
I thought so.
It's true, she's a bit too coherent to be you. Maybe she's a mod gone rogue.
Since we are waiting for Luke Lirot to file his appeal in the case I am wondering if some one can tell me if Denise Miscavige is a Scientology minister. My understanding is that all cult auditors are ministers. Can someone confirm? I would like to be able to write that Kyle was driven to his death by a Scientology minister as was Tom Ciancio.
Between Debbie Cook and Kyle Brennan it is going to be a year of butthurt for the Miscavige twins.
For Kyle Brennan And Great Justice In 2012!
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We Do Not Forget.
The appeal was filed on December 29.
So, you want to publicly accuse a Scientologist of driving a young man "to his death," but you've decided to check your facts first by posing a question in an anti-Scientology forum. How very responsible of you!
Don't you have legal documents to be shredding?
Yes, otherwise they couldn't claim any priest-penitent confidentiality over auditing folders. (Note that Scientology's story will change to fit the circumstances.)
This is the best place to find Scientology info since there are quite a few ex's who are willing to tell the truth about the cult.
How long before you're an ex?
Judge dismisses wrongful-death lawsuit against Scientology
When I saw this headline, I thought to myself, "another death associated with scientology. I'm staying far away from this cult". This is an outsiders (mine) point of view. So, sorry to all who think this was good pr for the cult.
The latest (note the hyperlinks are somewhat subtly shaded and are in the numbers):
12/29/2011 236 NOTICE OF APPEAL as to 230 Judgment, 229 Order on motion for summary judgment, Order on motion in limine, Order on motion to bifurcate by Estate of Kyle Thomas Brennan. Filing fee paid $455.00, receipt #TPA8969 (Lirot, Luke) Modified text on 12/30/2011 (EJC). (Entered: 12/29/2011)
12/30/2011 TRANSMITTAL of initial appeal package and appeal fees paid ($455.00, receipt TPA8969) to USCA consisting of certified copies of notice of appeal, docket sheet, order/judgment being appealed, and motion, if applicable to USCA re 236 Notice of appeal. Eleventh Circuit Transcript information form forwarded to pro se litigants and available to counsel at www.flmd.uscourts.gov under Forms and Publications/General. (EJC) (Entered: 12/30/2011)
01/12/2012 237 BILL OF COSTS taxed against Estate of Kyle Brennan in the amount of $19,652.69. (TKD) (Entered: 01/12/2012)
01/25/2012 238 ORDER denying 231 --motion for sanctions. Signed by Judge Steven D. Merryday on 1/25/2012. (BK) (Entered: 01/25/2012)
The links should work. The long and short of it. Luke filed an appeal on December 29 and the appropriate materials were filed. The cult was awarded costs in the sum of $19,652.69. However, their motion for sanctions was denied. Costs are awarded as a matter of course to the winner of a lawsuit.
The order denying the motion for sanctions is rather harsh to both sides of the dispute.
This litigation, along with simultaneous and associated litigation in the state courts (described in excruciating detail elsewhere in this record), is the sort of “scorched earth” litigation that impairs and adulterates the better judgment and professionalism of counsel, involves the courts in tangled and exhausting disputes tangential to the main dispute, and causes a marked decline in the public’s
confidence in the bench and the bar.
The parties and their counsel should direct themselves to the necessary matters at hand and reject the temptation toward further provocation and retaliation, pursued either in over-zealous excess or as a tawdry
litigation tactic designed as a general deterrent.
Without reason to hope the parties and counsel will heed my advice but with knowledge that sanctions aplenty (and more) have attached elsewhere, I add nothing further to the sad folly of these parties’
The motion (Doc. 231) is DENIED.
ORDERED in Tampa, Florida, on January 25, 2012.
/s/ Steven D. Merryday
STEVEN D. MERRYDAY
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
Ah, to be an Article III judge and be comfortable being as nasty as you want to be. I love Merryday. I can think of a couple others like that, they just say it and glare at you over the dais. <3
A collection of documents relating to the Kyle Brennan case has now been posted here. It includes most of the court filings as well as Victoria Britton's indispensable Chronology and Detective Stephen Bohling's Investigative report, which have previously been available for download.
The collection also includes the Knowledge Report written by Gerald Gentile the day Kyle was pronounced dead as well as depositions of Denise Miscavige and Detective Bohling.
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