Letter to Attorney Wilson

December 28, 2000

Andrew H. Wilson, Esquire
Wilson Campilongo LLP
475 Gate 5 Road
Sausalito, CA 94965

By E-mail: ahw@WilsonCampilongo.com

Re: $cientology v. Armstrong, Marin SC No. 152229/157680

Dear Mr. Wilson:

Clearly you know that I have maintained from the day that Judge Thomas stamped your injunction that it is unlawful. Nothing which has transpired since, and nothing you, nor any other $cientology agent or $cientologist, have said or written has provided any support for the nutty proposition that the Thomas injunction is lawful. And on the other hand, everything which has transpired since Judge Thomas stamped your injunction, everything you have done or said, and everything every other $cientology agent or $cientologist has done or said, supports my conviction that the injunction is unlawful.

As you are very aware, I cannot be held in contempt for violating an unlawful order. Yet you have proceeded, and are proceeding, to have me punished for violating the unlawful Thomas injunction, which you know extremely well is unlawful. I imagine when all of this is publicly and universally detailed, what you have done, and what the crime cultists you work for have done, in obtaining and enforcing this unlawful order, will be seen as perhaps the most egregious abuse of process and malicious prosecution in modern U$ jurisprudence.

In the meantime, there is the monumental matter of the two outstanding warrants you obtained to have me arrested pursuant to the two earlier contempt orders Judge Thomas stamped for you, all based on your unlawful injunction. I obviously can’t come back to California to defend myself at the hearing on January 17, when your crime cult employers would just have me picked up and jailed. You’re very aware, I’m sure, that the crime bosses running $cientology would love to have me bumped off in jail before I could ever attend any hearing on their unlawful injunction.

Thus I write to ask you to stipulate to the withdrawal, cancellation or abrogation of your warrants for my arrest, which are based on the unlawful Thomas injunction. I need to be able to travel freely and safely in California in order to take the necessary steps to retain counsel before the hearing, and just to be able to attend the hearing.

Please let me know as soon as possible.

Thank you.

Very truly yours

Gerry Armstrong
46109 Princess Avenue
Chilliwack, B.C. V2P 2A6