Armstrong Letter to Rajkowski

October 21, 2002Shauna T. Rajkowski, Esq.
Wilson Campilongo LLP
475 Gate 5 Road, Suite 212
Sausalito, CA 94965

By e-mail:

Re: Scientology v. Armstrong, et al.
Marin Superior Court Case No. CV 021632
Dear Ms. Rajkowski:

This is in response to your letter of October 11, 2002 .

You say that I left a telephone message for Mr. Wilson on October 2, in which I stated:

“I am calling about service. I haven’t heard from you. I haven’t received any documents yet, so I wanted to find out if you were intending to serve me or what the status is.”

You then say that because the summons and complaint was delivered by Federal Express on September 27 to the address I gave to Mr. Wilson in my letter of September 2, 2002 my statements are not supported by the facts. You have jumped to an erroneous conclusion.

If I had been the person who signed for your package on September 27 you would be right,but I was not, so you’re wrong.

As I said in my September 2 letter, my mother refused service because I was not living there, had not been there for many months, and she had no way of sending me whatever you were trying to serve on me. See: 2002-09-02.html

I have, since my call to your office, which you say occurred on October 2, received your package of documents relating to the above-referenced case, for which service I thank you very much, and I will soon file a responsive pleading.

But do you really think that if I had actually received the documents you Fed Exed before I called I would have called as I did and said what I said? Isn’t what you’re alleging just a silly way to get back at me because I have legitimately complained about your office’s history of service chicanery?

The fact is, I will not spend much time at the below address, to which I requested Mr. Wilson mail the summons and complaint, and which is still good for service of your documents, because of the obvious threats from your client. That Scientology’s nefarious Office of Special Affairs, under the direction of David Miscavige, is already targeting me for its fair game operations at that address is shown by a letter from your client’s German hate magazine “”Freiheit” ” dated September 24, 2002. 24-en.html

If you have any doubt about the Scientology cult’s “”Freedom”” or “” Freiheit”” being a hate publication, read these: 1.html

And if you have any doubt about the fair game intentions and actions of your cult client, read this letter:

By continuing your campaign of religious persecution to enforce the patently illegal, indeed diabolical, “mutual release and settlement agreement” and the equally illegal and diabolical Thomas injunction, you are enabling, supporting and promoting this dangerous cult’s criminal fair game activities. You are, of course, a significant beneficiary of these illegal, diabolical documents, and hence a beneficiary of all the Scientology fair game they encourage and facilitate.

I don’t really expect you to do the right thing and refuse to continue this evil charade that the “mutual release” you’re attempting to judicially enforce is legal and legally enforceable, because, as I say, you are a significant beneficiary of that evil. But I do expect you to acknowledge that your statement that my statements made to Mr. Wilson’s answering machine on October 2 are not supported by the facts is itself not supported by the facts.

Also please note my phone and fax numbers and e-mail address below.

Yours sincerely,

Gerry Armstrong
Dialog Zentrum Berlin
Heimat 27
D-14165 Berlin-Zehlendorf
Tel: +49 (0) 30-84723958
Fax: +49 (0) 1212-5-205-27-015

cc: Andrew H. Wilson, Esq.
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cc: Benjamin K. Riley, Esq.
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