How to wake the media up? With all the BIG NEWS this week in addition to the tragic death of Jett Travolta, why isn't the media picking it up AT ALL? While Counterknowledge has picked it up, they are not considered to be major media but looked at as a blog. The lawsuit is only coming up in blog searches, nothing else. Even creative searches using not-so-common keywords bring up nothing in the news. Free PR sites are for scilons, this needs major media. Other than sending tips repeatedly to news outlets such as CNN, Fox, NBC (particularly the Today Show), Drudge, Glosslip, and even TMZ, wtf can be done to wake journalists up to the fact that the biggest, most potentially damaging lawsuit against Scientology has been filed and that the scilon response so far has been silence? The media has been awfully silent on this as well. Knowing that the media has jumped on things waaaaay too early in the past (hello, Dan Rather), are they playing this cautiously? If so, why? Not even the smoking gun has picked up the paperwork. The media in general was fairly quick to jump on the couch-jumping point and laugh attitude towards scientology, and Jett's death has brought up other aspects that has clearly outraged at least part of the scientology public as well as journalists and wanna-be journalists. However, when it comes to legalities, the only thing that got the media's attention is the Riverside ordinance (thank you AGP and GB). THIS IS GOOD, but not good enough. This, to me, should be made a priority. Maybe worrying about press releases or putting out a video and spending 3 long weeks on it should be set aside in favor of using simple pointers to the scilon anger over KSW and direct links to filed paperwork. I don't know. Hivemind please? Any other thoughts? Is this, or is this not, as important as I think it is?