Scientology Crooks Try To Stop truth About NarCONon Fraud

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NarCONon is Scientology!

Forward: For a systematic, detailed, professional exposure of Scientology's "Narconon" front group, visit the Narconon Exposed web site.

Scientology is once again trying to silence truth on the Internet about their deadly NarCONon scam. One of the first early coverages of the cult's quack medical fraud was covered in the book "A Piece of the Blue Sky" which the crooks now claim some how belongs to them.

But the genie is out of the bottle: Thanks to the Internet, the fact that Scientology is a flying saucer cult and that their NarCONon fake front is actually all about scraping invisible murdered space aliens off of people, is a fact that will never disappear no matter how hard the crooks attempt to make it go away.

From: Andreas Heldal-Lund - www.xenu.net <heldal@online.no> Subject: Trying to stop "A Piece of Blue Sky" again in UK Date: Mon, 24 May 2004 22:36:47 +0200

They are on it again in UK trying to get "A Piece of Blue Sky" off the 'net:

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To: ahl@xenu.net
Subject: Scientologist lawyers - can you give any advice?

Hello,

I've just received a request from a law firm who want me to take down the copy of "A Piece of Blue Sky" I have up on my site. I've had it up for two or three years now, and used to be #2 (or #1, I think?) on Google when searching for "a piece of blue sky" and related keywords. Dunno why really, but I was. Now, though, I've just gone to check Google and that part of my site has been removed from their index except for the entry page.

Incidentally, the site is here:

http://instinct.org/texts/bluesky/

I hope you don't mind me bothering you, but I have absolutely no experience with this sort of situation and I was wondering if you would know what sort of rights I have. This is what the lawyers sent:

   Dear Sir,

   Re:  A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack

   We act for Mrs Margaret Hodkin and the Trustees of the
   Narconon charity, both of whom have brought successful 
   High Court defamation proceedings against Mr Jon Atack. 
   As a result of those proceedings Mr Atack is subject to 
   a permanent High Court injunction in relation to 
   defamatory statements made about Mrs Hodkin, and has 
   given a permanent undertaking to the court not to 
   repeat defamatory statements made about Narconon. These
   defamatory statements are to be found in the above 
   named book, a complete copy of which we note is 
   published on your website.

   In the circumstances we must ask you to immediately remove
   this book from your website, and to undertake not to make 
   the book available through your website at any time in the
   future.

   We would be grateful to hear from you by return.

   Yours faithfully,

   HODKIN & COMPANY

Here's my situation: I'm British but live in Prague, the Czech Republic. The actual server the book is hosted on is located in London, though. I run a website here, so it would be no problem to move it over here, but I'd rather not if possible. Am I right in thinking that they'll go after the owner of the server if I don't reply? I don't want to cause him any hassle.

If you can give me any advice it would be greatly appreciated; and if not, sorry for bothering you!

cheers,

Peter

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