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10 April 2000:
Part 1, 1972-1973 FIX AND REPOST
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Part 2, 1974-1975 FIX AND REPOST
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Part 3, 1976-A FIX AND REPOST
Part 4, 1976-B FIX AND REPOST
Part 5, 1977 FIX AND REPOST
Part 6, 1978 FIX AND REPOST
Part 7, 1979-1980 FIX AND REPOST
Part 8, 1981-1982 FIX AND REPOST
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Re Part 3, 1976-A

25 February 2000:
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THE LIBRARIAN AND THE LIVING DEAD

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LIEBERMAN AND THE LIBRARIAN, PART I
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ZED'S "DEAR LIBRARIAN" LETTER

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Re: The Missing Ten Months


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10 APRIL 2000:
Part 4, 1976-B FIX AND REPOST

This is the fourth in an eight-part timeline posted by The Librarian covering the decade of 1972-1982. If you haven't yet, you should read The Librarian's post introducing the timeline and Part 1, etc.

Date: 10 Apr 2000 03:37:01 -0000
From: Anonymous-Remailer@See.Comment.Header (The Librarian)
Subject: Part 4, 1976-B FIX AND REPOST
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
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DATE CONVENTIONS IN THE TIME LINE

It has been impossible to get exact dates for some of the events
listed herein. If the event seemed important enough to include, yet no
exact day--or, in some cases, no month--was given, the indication "c."
(for circa) has been put AFTER the information (day or month) in
question.
    As an example, an event known to have occurred in June of 1974, but
without certainty as to the actual day, might be listed as "Saturday, 1
c. June 1974." If only a month and year are known (as in the example
just given), and there is no indication of, e.g., "late June," then the
event has usually been assigned arbitrarily to the 1st or the 15th of
the indicated month, unless surrounding events indicate a different,
more likely day of the month. The weekday names (e.g. Monday, Tuesday,
etc.) have been included as additional data.
    If the only indication of the time of the event was "mid-1974,"
then the entry might read "Saturday, 1 c. June c. 1974, indicating that
the month, too, is estimated from the language of the referenced source.
Only rarely have incidents been included where the only information
available is a givien year. When it seemed important enough to include
in the Time Line, it was put, usually, at 1 c. January c. of the given
year, or at 1 c. July c. of the given year, whichever seemed most
likely--mainly as a "bookmark" for the event, pending more exact dating.
Every effort has been made to isolate, as closely as possible, the
exact date for each event. If anyone has any more accurate information
about any event described herein, please post it to the newsgroup,
"alt.religion.scientology."

======================
June-December 1976
======================

Tuesday, 01 c. June 1976
In response to the 27 May 1976 CSW from Gregory Weigand, Henning Heldt
informs Weigand that since the Guardian WorldWide, Jane Kember, had
approved GO 1361-1, only she could approve cancellation of Target 2
(the "replacement" of "FSMs" at the IRS in DC and LA). Heldt also
enquires whether it wouldn't be prudent to have "back-up FSMs" in case
the present ones are blown.
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED OUT TIME: Date is based on date of original CSW; no
date given in Stipulation of Evidence. INCORRECTLY INCLUDED COINCIDENCE:
Isn't this a special sentiment by Henning Heldt, especially coming just
10 days or so before Wolfe and Meisner are confronted by the FBI [see 11
June 1976 database record].
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 01 c. June 1976
This is the estimated date for one of the following events, as quoted
directly from the Stipulation: "The defendant [Gerald] Wolfe, on three
other occasions, entered the main IRS building with the defendant
[Mitchell] Hermann, and Messrs. Joseph Alesi and Michael Baum, where he
made similar false IRS credentials for them." NOTE: No specific date is
given in the Stipulation for any of these three events. It only says
they are part of events that happened between "early April and late June
1976." Based on other clues, these three events are arbitrarily being
assigned to the dates 1 May, 1 June, and 25 June 1976.
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED OUT TIME: No dates given.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 01 June 1976
In a memorandum addressed to Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, Michael
Meisner summarizes the more important of the documents which he and
Gerald Wolfe have stolen from Nathan Dodell's office (on 28 May 1976
[see]). Copies of documents are attached to the memorandum.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 02 June 1976
In another memorandum addressed to Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper,
Michael Meisner summarizes more of "the more important of the documents"
which he and Gerald Wolfe have stolen from Nathan Dodell's office (on 28
May 1976 [see]). Copies of these other documents are attached to the
memorandum.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 3 June 1976
The Stipulation asserts that on this date there are "burglaries of
Assistant United States Attorney Nathan Dodell's office, and that these
"burglaries" constitute completion of Target 10 of Guardian Program
Order 9 (GPgmO 9), "Snow White Confidential," which target has
ostensibly been assigned to Branch I Director, Gregory Willardson, and
"SW I/C" (Snow White in Charge) Tom Reitze.
OUTPOINTS: SMOKING GUN!--OMITTED DATA, CONTRARY FACTS: Target 10 of this
program, according to the Stipulation, is: "Through infiltrators or
clandestined agents obtain all details of any reports of requests for
data on LRH, Scientology, OTC (Operations and Transport Company),
Apollo, etc. from US and/or US NCB (National Central Bureau of Interpol)
to IP (Interpol) International or any other NCB to US Police and/or US
NCB." The stipulation gives NO details of any burglary of Dodell's
office on this date; the dates describing burglaries of his office are
ONLY: 21 May 1976 [see], 28 May 1976 [see], and the disastrous 11 June
1976 attempt [see]. If a burglary HAD been even attempted on this date,
then night librarian Charles Johnson, or the GSA security guard would
have notified the FBI, because this is ostensibly AFTER they were so
instructed. So this alleged burglary is proved to be an utter
fabrication.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 05 c. June 1976
L. Ron Hubbard pays an "adjustment tax," and the IRS tax audit that has
been being conducted out of OIO on him and Mary Sue Hubbard since at
least 2 July 1973 [see] is closed. The audit case was for the years 1971
and 1972. It has been being worked on by Thomas R. Crate in OIO, under
the supervision of Howard Rosen.
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED-OUT TIME, ADDED AMAZING SMOKING GUN COINCIDENCE: No
exact date is given for the payment of the "adjustment tax." The
Stipulation only says "June 1976." And isn't it special that this same
month is the month in which Meisner and Wolfe are caught like rats in a
trap [see entry for 11 June 1976], and the methodical destruction of the
Guardian's Office begins.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 06 June 1976
Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, forwards Michael Meisner's memoranda
of 1 June and 2 June 1976 [see] to WorldWide, with a letter entitled
"Re: DC US Attorney Nathan Dodell."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 08 June 1976
Deputy Guardian for Information Richard Weigand, Deputy Guardian for
Legal Bureau Mary Rezzonico, and Deputy Guardian for Public Relations
Arthur Maren, approve a "Project: Target Dodell." Its purpose is to
"render Dodell harmless" because of his aggressive representation of the
United States of America as counsel in the Scientology FOIA legal
actions.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 09 c. June 1976
"A few days prior to June 11, 1976," Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper,
telephones Michael Meisner and directs him to return to Nathan Dodell's
office and steal Dodell's personal files in order to devise and
formulate a covert operation to remove him as an Assistant United States
Attorney for the District of Columbia.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 11 June 1976
During a confrontation in the United States Courthouse for the District
of Columbia, FBI Special Agent Christine Hansen seizes the "John M.
Foster" identification card from Michael Meisner. (It is subsequently
learned that a Ms. Helen R. Pesta, Chief of the IRS Digest Unit, holds a
lawful IRS identification card bearing badge number 800-00413, the
number which appears on the counterfeit identification card in the name
of "John M. Foster." Also, a Mr. William T. Lyons, Cincinatti, Ohio IRS
Regional Counsel, is discovered to hold a lawful IRS identification card
bearing badge number 800-00487, the number of which appears on the
counterfeit identification card in the name of "Thomas Blake"--the fake
I.D. ostensibly used by Gerald Wolfe.)
OUTPOINTS: ALTERED SEQUENCE: This information is given in the
Stipulation of evidence at a place far removed from the detailed
description of the 11 June confrontation. In the detailed description,
there is no mention of FBI Agent Hansen having seized the I.D. card.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 11 June 1976
Gerald Wolfe and Michael Meisner meet again outside the main IRS
building, and go to the United States Courthouse at approximately 7:00
p.m., Meisner signing in as "John M. Foster" and Wolfe using the name
"Thomas Blake," both using their counterfeit IRS I.D.s. They go to the
Bar Association Library and sign in using the same names. Meisner shows
the night librarian, Charles Johnson, the written permission he had
earlier secured fron the head librarian. Wolfe and Meisner then go
through the back of the library to Nathan Dodell's office, but cleaning
ladies are still working in the office. They return to the library to
wait until the cleanup crew has left. Meanwhile, night librarian Johnson
contacts the FBI regarding Wolfe and Meisner. Shortly thereafter FBI
Special Agents Christine Hansen and Dan Hodges confront Wolfe and
Meisner at one of the back tables of the Bar Association Library, and
demand to see their I.D. Meisner presents his. but tells them that he
has since resigned from IRS. While FBI Agent Hansen questions them,
Agent Hodges leaves "to contact an Assistant United States Attorney."
Meisner tells Agent Hansen that he and Wolfe are in the Courthouse to do
legal research, and that they had used the United States Attorney's
Office photocopying machine to photocopy legal books and cases. He gives
her, as his home address, an address a few doors away from his actual
residence. After fifteen minutes of questioning, Meisner asks if they
are under arrest. When Agent Hansen says they are not, Meisner tells
Wolfe that they are leaving. As they are leaving the library, Agent
Hodges calls to Wolfe, but is told by Meisner that Agent Hansen has
permitted them to leave. Meisner and Wolfe walk a number of blocks to
make sure they aren't being followed, then take a cab to Martin's Tavern
Restaurant. Meisner telephones Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, in
L.A., to inform him "in a circumspect manner" that they have been
confronted by the FBI. Hermann/Cooper tells Meisner to call him back at
a public telephone. A few minutes later, Meisner once again contacts
Hermann, and this time tells him details of the confrontation.
Hermann/Cooper tells Meisner to stay at the restaurant, and says he will
contact Richard Weigand. He also tells Meisner to begin writing a report
on what happened. Meisner is to call Hermann back within one hour.
Meisner then contacts Joseph Alesi, the GO Branch I Director for the
District of Columbia. Meisner tells Alesi to go to the Courthouse and
pick up Wolfe's car (which had been left there) and bring it to Martin's
Tavern Restaurant. He also tells Alesi to call Mrs. Meisner and ask her
to pick up his car, which he had left in the main IRS building parking
lot. One hour later, Meisner calls Hermann/Cooper to receive further
instructions. Hermann/Cooper tells Meisner that he has discussed the
confrontation with Richard Weigand, and Weigand wants Meisner to come
immediately to L.A. Meisner says he will leave the next morning. Meisner
and his wife stay that night at the Quality Inn Motel on Courthouse Road
and Route 50 in Arlington, Virginia. Meisner calls Bruce Ullman, the
Information Branch II Director for the District of Columbia, and directs
him to obtain money from the Guardian's Office funds and bring it to him
the next morning, when he is to pick Meisner up at the Arlington motel
and take him to the National Airport for his trip to L.A.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 11 June 1976
Richard Weigand writes a lengthy report to Deputy Guardian for
Information WorldWide Mo Budlong, outlining the events which have taken
place (that night) in the United States Courthouse in the District of
Columbia. Weigand explains the manner in which Gerald Wolfe and Michael
Meisner can be "traced to the Church of Scientology," as well as the
story "to be given to law enforcement investigators." A copy of the
report is sent to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard. The report is written in Code
ISIS. NOTE: The Stipulation asserts that Code ISIS is a substitution
code, and that its coding/decoding instructions came with a letter (for
which no date is given) from Mo Budlong to the Deputy Guardian for
Information, Duke Snider, directing that Code ISIS is to be used only
for dispatches between the United States Guardian's Office and the
WorldWide Guardian's Office.
OUTPOINTS: ALTERED SEQUENCE: The story "to be given to law enforcement
investigators" isn't hashed out until Meisner arrives in L.A. the next
day--Saturday, 12 June 1976 [see]. OMITTED DATA: The Stipulation doesn't
specify the manner in which Gerald Wolfe and Michael Meisner can be
"traced to the Church of Scientology." CONTRARY FACTS: If Code ISIS is
only to be used between USGO and GOWW, why is it used for the report to
Mary Sue Hubbard, when she is supposedly still in Tarpon Springs,
Florida, not at WorldWide.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 12 June 1976
Michael Meisner is met at the Quality Inn Motel, in Arlington, Virginia
by Bruce Ullman, who gives Meisner money for a round trip flight to L.A.
Ullman drives Meisner to National Airport where he takes a United
Airlines flight to Los Angeles. On the plane, Meisner completes his
detailed report of the Courthouse incident. Meisnier arrives in L.A. at
approximately noon, and goes directly to Richard Weigand's office on the
seventh floor of the Fifield Manor. Weigand reviews Meisner's
handwritten report and asks him to type it. Meisner types it at
Weigand's desk. He shows the typed report to Weigand and Gregory
Willardson, who read it. Weigand says he will take it to Henning Heldt's
office on the sixth floor. He goes, and returns approximately fifteen
minutes later. Weigand, Willardson and Meisner then analyze the crisis
to determine what leads the FBI have and how they can contain or stop
the investigation. The three men decide to devise a cover story for use
by Gerald Wolfe if he should be arrested. One plan is that Wolfe will,
if captured, enter a guilty plea, after which Meisner will surrender to
the FBI and give the same story Wolfe. An alternative plan has both
Wolfe and Meisner surrendering immediately and giving the same cover
story. All parties recognize that the highest priority is to stop the
FBI investigation before it can connect Wolfe and Meisner to the Church
of Scientology, thereby exposing other officials of the Guardian's
office who "had been involved in the burglaries, thefts, and buggings."
After a full afternoon of discussions, Weigand and Willardson drive
Meisner to a Holiday Inn located near Hollywood Boulevard in L.A, where
Meisner registers under a false name. They have dinner together at the
motel prior to leaving Meisner for the evening
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 12 June 1976
The referenced source describes its version of events happening the day
after Meisner and Wolfe are confronted by the FBI: "[I]n the brownstone
on Q Street, an agitated Hubbard showed Kima Douglas a telex from Mary
Sue and asked, 'What am I going to do about this?' 'The essence of the
report,' said Kima, 'was that they had caught the man who had been
getting all this great information for us from the tax files.' Although
no arrests had yet been made, Hubbard surmised, correctly, that there
was trouble in store. His instinct, once again, was to flee."
OUTPOINTS: [See OUTPOINTS for 13 June 1976 entry regarding LRH's alleged
flight to California.]
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Sunday, 13 June 1976
Gregory Willardson drives Michael Meisner to Richard Weigand's office,
where they meet to finalize the plan they had discussed the day before.
Weigand and Meisner then meet with Heldt and Snider in Heldt's sixth
floor offices at the Fifield Manor. Heldt and Snider have read Meisner's
report.
    They conclude that the FBI can trace existing leads back to the
Church of Scientology. So they suggest an alternate plan. It calls for
Gerald Wolfe and Meisner to be sent out of the United States. Heldt says
that as long as there are no bodies, the FBI will have nothing to
investigate. Weigand counters that if no bodies are found, then the FBI
will look even more deeply and find the connection between Wolfe and
Meisner and the Church of Scuentology: Weigand explains that Meisner has
given the FBI an address close to his real residence where, by canvas,
the FBI might find someone who will identify the photograph on his
counterfeit IRS credentials. The FBI not only has Meisner's and Wolfe's
handwriting on the Courthouse and library logs, but also Meisner's
fingerprints on his false IRS identification card. (?!?)
    Weigand suggests that if Wolfe allows himself to be arrested and
gives the proper cover story, the investigation can be contained. Then,
following Wolfe's plea of guilty, Meisner will surrender, give the same
cover story as Wolfe, and enter a guilty plea. This, Weigand says, will
terminate the investigation with little or no connection to Scientology.
Heldt directs Weigand and Meisner to discuss both plans, and detail one
of them and present it to him for his final approval. Weigand and
Meisner return to Weigand's office where Willardson joins them. During
the meeting, Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, informs them that Wolfe
has left D.C. and is to arrive in L.A. later that evening. Hermann then
joins the meeting for a short period.
    The three men draft Weigand's ideas, then Weigand types it up and
takes it to Heldt. Some fifteen minutes later, Weigand returns to his
office and tells Willardson and Meisner that Heldt has approved the
plan. They decide to meet again next morning to prepare the cover story
with Wolfe. Weigand directs Meisner to change his appearance with the
assistance of Weigand's secretary, Janet Finn. Willardson and Meisner
then have dinner, after which Meisner is returned to the Holiday Inn.
OUTPOINTS: INCORRECTLY INCLUDED FINGERPRINTS, OMITTED DATA: Why didn't
the Stipulation, in describing the fake-I.D.-making incident [see
database entry for 15 March 1976 (and beware the Ides of March)] say
anything about Wolfe and Meisner having to take each other's
fingerprints in order to make the cards? It only talks about their
having to take each other's pictures, but mentions nothing about the
crucial issue of fingerprints. Oh, well, it isn't really important, is
it? Nah, just fingerprints. Yeah, anybody could be that FUCKING STUPID,
to put their fingerprints on fake government I.D.s. Happy 13th.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 13 June 1976
Kima Douglas checks in at National Airport in the morning with her
elderly "father" (LRH) for a flight to Los Angeles. Travelling under
false names, they sit together in the first-class cabin and watch an
adventure movie, featuring a spectacular hang-glider rescue. At LAX,
they are met by a limousine and driven to Overland Avenue in Culver
City, where Gerry Armstrong has rented four adjoining apartments.
Armstrong has already set up a telex link. Special decoder equipment is
installed to provide direct secure communications with Clearwater and
the Guardian's Office in Los Angeles, code-named Beta. Overland Avenue's
code name is Alpha. Back at the brownstone on Q Street in Georgetown,
the occupants are toiling in and out of the house, loading boxes into
two U-Haul trailers parked outside. They leave that night for the long
drive across the continent to Los Angeles.
OUTPOINTS: INCORRECTLY INCLUDED INSANITY, CONTRARY FACTS: We are to
believe that in December of 1972 [see entry for 4, when there was just a
RUMOUR that LRH would extradicted from Morocco to France on mere
allegations of fraud, he fled Morocco for ten months of deep hiding in
the United States. Yet here, with MOUNTAINS of evidence supposedly
accumulated proving break-ins, burglaries, buggings, and thefts at US
government agencies, all stacked up, filed, and waiting in Guardian's
Offices around the country, that he merely gets on a plane
for.........Culver City, California? To set up a film crew in the
desert? Right.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Monday, 14 June 1976
Richard Weigand's communicator, Janet Finn, meets Michael Meisner at
approximately 9:00 a.m. at his motel room. She cuts his hair, then dyes
it red. Meisner shaves his mustache. Establishment Officer (Esto O)
Peeter Alvet meets Meisner and gives him approximately $200 to obtain
contact lenses. Meisner goes to an optometrist (Dr. Gerald Nankin) on
Hollywood Boulevard and purchases soft contact lenses. At approximately
1:00 p.m. Weigand, Gregory Willardson, and Gerald Wolfe arrive at the
Holiday Inn to create the cover story to be given by Wolfe to the FBI.
Weigand informs Meisner that Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, is on a
plane on his way to D.C. to assume, temporarily, the position of
Assistant Guardian for Information until Richard Kimmel can be brought
back from WorldWide where he has been undergoing training for that
position. During the next hour the following cover story is prepared:
Wolfe and Meisner met in February 1976 in a District of Columbia bar (to
be selected later), and struck up a friendship. Meisner introduced
himself as "John Foster." Meisner told Wolfe he was a law student at
Georgetown University School of Law. Wolfe informed Meisner that he
worked at IRS. They met on a number of occasions. Then in mid-March
1976, after having drunk heavily at a few different bars, Meisner
mentioned that he had never been to the IRS, and Wolfe offered to take
him on a tour of the building. Wolfe took Meisner to the IRS, signed him
in, and took him on a tour of the first floor. Inadvertently, according
to the story, they stumbled upon the identification room--which had an
open door. They went in and as a lark decided to make identification
cards for themselves. Wolfe made Meisner an I.D. card and typed in the
name "John Foster." Meisner then made an I.D. card for Wolfe, who had
decided to use the name "Thomas Blake." On a subsequent occasion, Wolfe
and Mr. Meisner met at a bar, and after a few drinks, Wolfe asked
Meisner to teach him how to do legal research so he could get a better
job. Meisner agreed to do so if Wolfe would, as a return favor, look up
some information for him at the IRS for a paper Meisner was writing on
section 501 (c)(6) of the IRS Code (the section dealing with exempt
organizations). They decided that the District of Columbia Bar
Association Library in the United States Courthouse was the most
convenient for them. Thus, on May 21, 28 and June 11, they went to the
Courthouse to use the D.C. Bar Association Library where Meisner taught
Wolfe legal research. While there, they were directed by the cleaning
personnel to the photocopying machines within the United States
Attorney's Office. They used those machines to photocopy cases in law
books and their own notes from those books. However, they had no idea
that they were within the United States Attorney's Office. After the
confrontation with the FBI agents, Wolfe and Meisner were so upset that
they forgot to set up a further meeting. Since Wolfe did not know where
Meisner lived, he could not contact Meisner again, and therefore, could
not give the FBI his location. End of story. After Weigand, Willardson,
Wolfe and Meisner had outlined the cover story, Weigand instructs them
to write out "mission orders" for Mitchell Hermann in D.C., write out
the cover story, and drill Wolfe on it. Weigand leaves, and Wolfe calls
his office at the IRS in D.C. to determine, "through a friend, whether
anyone, such as the FBI, had made any inquiries regarding him." In the
process, he requests that his friend notify his supervisor that he will
not be at work "the next day." The three individuals then
preparedwritten "mission orders" for Mitchell Hermann/Mike Cooper. Those
orders require Hermann/Cooper to: (1) keep in constant contact with
Wolfe; (2) locate an attorney for Wolfe so that he can test the
plausibility of the concocted story on someone other than the FBI; and
(3) supervise Wolfe pending his arrest. They then write out the cover
story, give a copy to Wolfe and drill him on the story. At approximately
7:00 p.m., Meisner checks out of his motel room, and, together with
Willardson, drives Wolfe to the airport where Wolfe takes a night flight
to Baltimore-Washington International Airport. Meisner stays that night
at Willardson's home on Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills. NOTE: The
Stipulation asserts that Keith Shelton, Chief of the National Office
Branch of the IRS and custodian of the time and attendance records,
states that Wolfe used eight hours of sick leave on June 14, 1976.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE BEVERLY HILLS ADDRESS: How does Gregory
Willardson manage to live on Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills on a GO
salary? Anybody? Anybody?
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 15 June 1976
In Washington, D.C., Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, meets with
Gerald Wolfe. They discuss the cover plan, story and the attorney who is
to be selected for Wolfe. Wolfe then meets with his attorney and
presents him with the cover story which had been prepared the previous
day. NOTE: The Stipulation asserts that Keith Shelton, Chief of the
National Office Branch of the IRS and custodian of the time and
attendance records, states that Wolfe used six hours of sick leave and
two hours of annual leave on June 15, 1976.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 15 June 1976
In Los Angeles, Michael Meisner, who begins to use the alias "Jeff
Murphy," moves to Richard Weigand's house on Westmoreland Street, near
Wilshire Boulevard (where he stays for the remainder of the summer).
Weigand directs Meisner to prepare a complete report on his activities
as Assistant Guardian for Information in D.C., and on all pending
activities there as required by Guardian's Office procedures when an
official leaves a post. For the next few days, Meisner, working in
Weigand's office, prepares the report as directed.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 15 c. June 1976
In Culver City, Gerald Armstrong reportedly gets into an argument with
Mary Sue Hubbard's communicator (secretary) after which LRH deems
Armstrong a "security risk" and has him "removed from the property and
locked up and guarded for three weeks in the Scientology intelligence
office [GO] in Los Angeles." [NOTE: Good timing for that argument,
Gerry! Wow, you were controlling ALL of his communication lines through
all the "Snow White" mess, and then magically get yourself removed just
at the crucial time. Luck o' the Irish, I guess. Irish, right? Which
agency? --Ed.]
SOURCE: Text file: "corydon.txt," a version of Bent Corydon's book,
"Messiah or Madman," as found on the Internet

Friday, 18 June 1976
Michael Meisner presents his completed report to Richard Weigand. In his
report, Meisner explains how he has burglarized government offices,
including the manner in which he had forcibly opened doors, and
supervised covert operatives. He identifies the current covert
operatives who are still operating, and itemizes what remains for them
to accomplish. He also describes his duties as Assistant Guardian for
Information.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED FALSEHOOD: Calling this a "report" is absurd; it's a
written confession, which only a fool or a plant would write.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 21 June 1976
Richard Weigand sends a copy of his lengthy, encoded 11 June 1976 [see]
report (outlining the events which have taken place in the US Courthouse
in D.C. involving Gerald Wolfe and Michael Meisner and the FBI) to CS-G
Assistant for Information Jimmy Mulligan.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 21 June 1976
Gregory Willardson issues mission orders to Michael Meisner which have
been approved by Richard Weigand and Henning Heldt. These orders direct
Meisner to go to Dallas, Texas, to attend the American Medical
Association Convention, and then to New York to resolve a local
Guardian's Office matter.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 23 June 1976
Minutes of Meeting: "At a special call meeting of the Board of Directors
of [HASI, Inc.] held in Los Angeles, California on the 23rd day of June,
1976, all Directors were either present or represented by proxy or
signed waiver of notice, and each Director duly signed a written waiver
of said meeting and consent that it be held. Upon motion made by Anne L.
Ursprung Burgess and seconded by Lynn McNeil, the following resolutions
were unanimously carried: RESOLVED: Anne L. Ursprung is hereby resigned
as Director and President of the Corporation. She is thanked for her
work. Sandra Miersdorff is hereby appointed as Director and President of
the Corporation. ..." Signed by Anne Ursprung Burgess, Lynn McNeil, and
Judy Weigand.
SOURCE: Microfiche record from Arizona Corporations Commission

Friday, 25c. June 1976
This is the estimated date for one of the following events, as quoted
directly from the Stipulation: "The defendant [Gerald] Wolfe, on three
other occasions, entered the main IRS building with the defendant
[Mitchell] Hermann, and Messrs. Joseph Alesi and Michael Baum, where he
made similar false IRS credentials for them." NOTE: No specific date is
given in the Stipulation for any of these three events. It only says
they are part of events that happened between "early April and late June
1976." Based on other clues, these three events are arbitrarily being
assigned to the dates 1 May, 1 June, and 25 June 1976.
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED OUT TIME: No dates given. CONTRARY FACTS, ADDED
FALSEHOOD: Of course this entry is ludicrous, as Wolfe has already been
confronted by the FBI, and is expecting to be arrested any day. So the
"late June" time assignment is another Stipulation lie. OMITTED FACT:
Also, when and why is Mitchell Hermann in D.C.?
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 28 June 1976
In a letter, Deputy Guardian for Information WorldWide Mo Budlong
requests that Richard Weigand obtain a copy of the DeFeo Report, which
he says is "classified by Executive Order and is not available on overt
lines."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 30 June 1976
At 2:30 p.m. Gerald Wolfe is arrested in the main IRS building by FBI
Special Agent Christine Hansen. He is charged with the use and
possession of a forged official pass of the United States, in violation
of 18 U.S. Code, Section 499, and arraigned before United States
Magistrate Henry H. Kennedy, Jr. (U.S. Mag. No. 76-930 M (Cr)).
On the same day, Assistant Guardian for Information in the District
of Columbia Richard "Rick" Kimmel notifies Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike
Cooper, of Wolfe's arrest. Hermann/Cooper then informs Richard Weigand
that Wolfe has been arrested by the FBI, that he has been arraigned, and
released on his own recognizance pending a preliminary hearing. As a
condition of his release, Wolfe is to submit handwriting exemplars to
the FBI.
    Hermann/Cooper tells Weigand that all covert activities in the
District of Columbia have been ordered "shut down," that "sensitive
material" has been moved to another office, and that "Kelly" (another
covert name for Wolfe) "has been briefed to carry out his part." He
also tells Weigand that all data on "Jeff" (Michael Meisner's alias at
the time) has been taken out of the organization.
OUTPOINTS: SMOKING GUN--OMITTED DATA, ADDED TIME, UNCANNY COINCIDENCE:
Why did the FBI wait19 days before arresting Wolfe? Wolfe is arrested
ONE DAY before the specified date in this: "Rule 4(a)(1) of the Rules of
the United States District Court for the District of Columbia provides
that indictments are to be returned within forty-five days of any arrest
which occurred prior to July 1, 1976." And yet, some time later, for
some unknown reason, WOLFE WAIVES THE PROTECTION HE ENJOYS UNDER THIS
RULE! [See database entry for 20 February 1977.] No indictment was
forthcoming in the required 45 days after this arrest, YET HE WAIVES THE
RULE! He GIVES the prosectution all the time they need to indict!
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 01 July 1976
Richard Weigand writes a letter to Deputy Guardian for Information
WorldWide Mo Budlong, informing him of the arrest of Gerald Wolfe.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 01 July 1976
In a letter entitled "Re: Mike and the FSM," Mary Sue Hubbard states to
Richard Weigand that "[F]rom an investigative point of view it was
really too easy for the opposition. All they had to do was to trace the
common enrty [sic] points of the log back for both Mike and the FSM
[Wolfe] until they arrived at the point where the FSM used his correct
ID card." She urges Weigand to keep her informed of what has happened to
the FSM, Wolfe.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 01 c. July 1976
"Among early telex messages to arrive at Alpha was the news that Gerald
Wolfe, agent Silver, had been arrested at his desk at the IRS building
in Washington and a warrant had been issued for the arrest of Michael
Meisner, who was missing from his home. Hubbard was not surprised by
Meisner's disappearance--he was staying at Beta, where he was being
provided with a new appearance and identity. Mary Sue's plan was that he
should 'lose himself' in some large city."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Friday, 02 July 1976
In a letter, Richard Weigand responds to Mary Sue Hubbard's 1 July 1976
[see] inquiry. He informs her that Gerald Wolfe "(Silver)" is about to
submit his resignation to the IRS to avoid being suspended. He says the
prosecutor in the case has been told that Wolfe had obtained his
identification card as part of "[a] lark gone sour." He adds that an
additional $800 will be needed to "cover the balance of the retainer" of
Wolfe's attorney. He also states that Wolfe has been "instructed... [to]
go nowhere near the org [Church of Scientology] and...have no personal
contact with the case officer [Kimmel] either." He concludes that it is
still possible that Wolfe will be "given minimal punishment" and that
the matter will terminate without any connection to the Church of
Scientology. In a letter to Mo Budlong of same date, regarding "Silver,"
Weigand updates the information regarding Wolfe's arrest. In the letter,
Weigand reiterates the information that was in his letter to Mary Sue
Hubbard. On the same date, Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, inquires
of Weigand whether Mary Sue Hubbard, in her letter of 1 July 1976, "is
looking toward Silver [Wolfe] denying the use of the false ID card and
then it not being able to be proven that he had actually used one."
Hermann/Cooper recommends that "we go ahead with the worked out cover
story".
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 05 c. July 1976
Gerald Armstrong: "'[H]e [LRH] ordered me and my wife Terri
[Gillham-Armstrong-Gamboa] back to Florida, to the Clearwater base.
There a telex from him awaited us ordering us to the RPF. I spent a
total of 17 months on the RPF and was put in charge of it for some 12
months. Tonja Burden was also assigned there.'"
SOURCE: Gerald Armstrong, as quoted from an affidavit in a text file:
"corydon.txt," a version of Bent Corydon's book, "Messiah or Madman," as
found on the Internet

Tuesday, 06 July 1976
In a response to Mo Budlong's 28 June 1976 [see] letter, Richard Weigand
informs Budlong that the DeFeo report has already been stolen
(ostensibly taken from the DOJ offices of Harold R. Tyler Jr. and Togo
D. West, Jr.) by Guardian's Office operatives (uh, that would be Meisner
and Wolfe), and that he is appending excerpted copies of the report.
Weigand also explains that as part of "Op [Operation] Chaos Leak," a
portion of the report has been leaked to the press (The Village Voice),
but that the operation has had to be dropped because of current
complications (uh, that would be Meisner and Wolfe).
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 07 July 1976
Upon his return to Los Angeles (from his mission to Dallas and New
York), Michael Meisner is appointed National Secretary for the United
States by Guardian WorldWide Jane Kember.
OUTPOINTS: Oh, fuck it...
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 09 July 1976
A letter is sent to the Arizona Corporations Commission: "Dear Sir, This
is to inform you...that the Bord of Directors and Officers of HUBBARD
ASSOCIATION OF SCIENTOLOGISTS, INTERNATIONAL, INC. have been changed as
follows: Sandra Miersdorff - Director and President. Lynn McNeil -
Director and Vice-President. Judy Weigand - Director and Secretary. ..."
The letter is signed " Daniel M. Feeley, Jr."
SOURCE: Microfiche record from Arizona Corporations Commission

Thursday, 15 July 1976
Allard vs. CSC case is lost by CSC on appeal. $100,000 plus costs
awarded to Allard.
SOURCE: Appeal Court ruling in: L. Gene ALLARD, Plaintiff,
Cross-Defendant and Respondent, v. CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA,
Defendant, Cross-Complainant and Appellant. Civ. 45562. Court of Appeal,
Second District, Division 2, California. Hearing Denied July 15, 1976

Tuesday, 27 c. July 1976
THIS ENTRY IS A SMOKING GUN BALD-FACED LIE FROM THE STIPULATION: Here is
the exact language, referring to a third and final entry, by Gerald
Wolfe and Michael Meisner, into the office of Howard Rosen and Thomas
Crate at IRS's OIO: "The two men [Meisner and Wolfe] made a third and
final entry at the end of July, but no more recent documents on the
audit [of L. Ron Hubbard and Mary Sue Hubbard] were found.That time as
well, the defendant Wolfe and Mr. Meisner entered the building using Mr.
Meisner's counterfeit IRS identification card, and regained entry to the
office with the assistance of a cleaning lady." SEE OUTPOINTS, BELOW.
OUTPOINTS: SMOKING GUN--CONTRARY FACTS: There is no possible way that
this illegal entry into IRS offices could have occurred at "the end of
July," as asserted. Wolfe has already been arrested, and Meisner is on
the lam in Los Angeles, and the Hubbard audit ended in June with a
payment of an "adjustment tax." So even the most devoted Stipulation
apologists, wanting to say that the Stipulatoin-writers meant "June"
here instead of 'July" have no case--the audit was ended before "the end
of June." SMOKING GUN. THE STIPULATION CONTAINS LIES.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 28 July 1976
Gerald Wolfe appears with his attorney, Lawrence Speiser, Esquire,
before United States Magistrate Henry H. Kennedy, Jr. for a preliminary
hearing. Magistrate Kennedy finds that probable cause exists, and
orders the case "bound over for the action of the Grand Jury."
OUTPOINTS: SMOKING GUN--OMITTED DATA, DROPPED-OUT TIME, ADDED CONFUSION:
Gerald Wolfe, at the date of this entry, is protected by the following:
"Rule 4(a)(1) of the Rules of the United States District Court for the
District of Columbia provides that indictments are to be returned within
forty-five days of any arrest which occurred prior to July 1, 1976."
Wolfe was arrested on 30 June 1976--one day prior to July 1, 1976, and
so definitely covered by the 45-day indictment rule. That means that the
government only has until 3 September 1976 [see] to return an
indictment. YET NO GRAND JURY IS EVEN SWORN IN, ACCORDING TO THE
STIPULATION, UNTIL 13 OCTOBER 1976 [see]. (Then we learn--much later in
the Stipulation--that at some unspecified time Wolfe WAIVED this 45-day
protection!) Other confusion is generated in the Stipulation about how
many Grand Juries there were for this case [see also database entry for
8 October and 15 December 1976].
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 31 July 1976
In a compliance report to GPgmO 302, target 5, Cindy Raymond sends
Richard Weigand a list of priorities for the "penetration of National
Agencies." She appends to her CSW a list of 136 government agencies
which are to be infiltrated. These include: the Administrative Office
of the U.S. Courts, the CIA, The Executive Office of the U.S. Attorneys,
the FBI, and many other agencies. Also included are a number of U.S.
Embassies and consulates abroad.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE B/S: Let me get this straight; Gerald
Wolfe, just three days before, on 28 June 1976 [see], has been bound
over to a Grand Jury, and Cindy Raymond now cheerfully lists136 agencies
"which are to be infiltrated?" Including the FBI. (Reminds me of an old
joke about an ant crawling up an elephant's leg with rape in his eyes.)
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 05 August 1976
Magistrate Henry H. Kennedy issues a sealed warrant for the arrest of
Michael Meisner for the use of a forged official pass of the United
States, in violation of 18 U.S. Code, Section 499.
OUTPOINTS: SMOKING GUN--INCORRECTLY INCLUDED GIANT LEAP OF LOGIC: How the
hell did Kennedy get Meisner's real name? According to "The Story" Wolfe
is supposed to tell [see database entry for 14 June 1976], Wolfe only
knows Meisner as "John Foster"! The FBI doesn't have Meisner's real
name--they only have the fake I.D. in the name John Foster. More proof
that this Stipulation is hogwash, unless Wolfe turned Meisner in. But if
he had, then Wolfe, not Meisner, would have been State's evidence
witness, and Meisner, not Wolfe, would have gone to jail. This
Stipulation is hogwash. Somebody is lying.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 11 August 1976
FBI Director Clarence M. Kelley announces a major reorganization of the
Bureau. Kelley says that the Bureau's Domestic Intelligence
investigations are being transferred to the General Investigations
Division.
OUTPOINTS: YET-ANOTHER-AMAZING-COINCIDENCE: Good timing, Clarence!
Domestic Intelligence hasn't had a flaming thing to do with all the
Scientology-related events for the previous three years, have they,
Clarence?
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Sunday, 15 c. August 1976
CSG Assistant for Information Jimmy Mulligan informs Michael Meisner
that Sharon Thomas has overheard a conversation in Mr. Paul Figley's
office at the Department of Justice in which it was stated that a sealed
warrant has been issued in D.C. for Meisner's arrest.
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED-OUT TIME: Only date is given as "mid-August." ADDED
FALSEHOOD: If this information comes directly to Michael Meisner from
Mary Sue Hubbard's (CSG) Assistant, why does Mary Sue Hubbard not get
informed about the warrant until TWO WEEKS LATER [see 30 August and 1
September 1976 entries], after the FBI agents have visited Moxon? And
why does Meisner SEEM not to have known about it when HE gets notified
on 30 August 1976. Also, what is the line that Jimmy Mulligan has
directly to Michael Meisner?
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 30 August 1976
FBI Special Agents Joseph Jackson and John Pavlansky go to the offices
of the Church of Scientology at 2125 S Street, N.W., in Washington,
D.C., to attempt to locate Michael Meisner. They are met there by
Assistant Guardian for Legal Bureau Kendrick "Rick" Moxon. They explain
to Moxon that they are acting on behalf of the Office of the United
States Attorney for the District of Columbia, and are attempting to
locate Mr. Meisner because an arrest warrant has been issued for him on
August 5, 1976, charging him with forgery of United States Government
identification cards. They tell Moxon that they want to inform him and
all others concerned of Mr. Meisner's status so that they can notify him
and help him "avoid putting himself in a fugitive status." They warn
Moxon that anyone who aids Mr. Meisner in remaining a fugitive will be
"guilty of a criminal act under the harboring of criminals statute."
Moxon informs the agents that he does not know where Mr. Meisner is.
Moxon immediately notifies his superior, Mary Rezzonico, the Deputy
Guardian for the Legal Bureau in the United States, and appends to his
letter the harboring of fugitives statute, emphasizing that it provides
for a penalty of a 115 year sentence and $2,000 maximum fine.
OUTPOINTS: SMOKING GUN LIE, ALTERED SEQUENCE: Why didn't Moxon know
about this back in "mid-August" when Sharon Thomas and Jimmy Mulligan
knew?
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 30 August 1976
Richard Weigand notifies Mary Sue Hubbard that he has "Just received
word that Mike [Meisner] had a warrant out for his arrest." He adds that
"[T]he plan at this time is to hide Mike out. It appears that the safest
place to do this is in Europe somewhere." He says: "My actions are as
follows 1. Immediately remove M [Meisner] from all GO connected spaces
and get him into a motel. 2. Further alter his appearance. 3. Get with
legal for legal opinion to include what the statue [sic] of limitations
is on this offence. 4. Work out how to obtain M the necessary papers to
get him out of the country. 5. Obtain the papers. 6. Get him out of the
country."
OUTPOINTS: ALTERED SEQUENCE, OMITTED DATA: Why wasn't Weigan informed
about the warrant by Jimmy Mulligan and Sharon Thomas, back in
"mid-August"? [See database entry for 15 August 1976.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 30 August 1976
In the evening, Richard Weigand contacts Michael Meisner and requests
him to come to Weigand's office (which has since been moved to a
warehouse in Glendale, California[?]). In the presence of Mitchell
Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, and Assistant Guardian for Information in
Clearwater, Florida, Joe Lisa, Weigand informs Meisner of the
outstanding warrant for his arrest, and instructs him to sever all
outward connections to the Guardian's Office. He tells Meisner that
Hermann will assist him in moving out of the Weigand residence into a
motel. He also removes Meisner from the position of National Secretary
for the United States. Meisner is given funds for the motel. With
Hermann's assistance, Meisner moves to the RegaLodge at 200 West
Colorado Boulevard, in Glendale, where he registers as "Jeff Burns".
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED FACT: Why is Mitchell Hermann suddenly back in L.A.?
He's supposed to be running things in D.C. ALTERED SEQUENCE: Meisner
was supposedly informed in "mid-August" [see database entry for 15
August 1976.] OMITTED FACT: Why hadn't Meisner told Weigand and his
other seniors when Jimmy Mulligan supposedly informed Meisner about the
warrant in mid-August?
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 01 c. September 1976
Mary Sue Hubbard responde to Richard Weigand's 30 August 1976 [see]
letter (regarding the arrest warrant for Michael Meisner, and the plan
to get him out of the country) as follows: "Wonder how they got a lead
onto him? On getting him abroad, unless you have good ID for him
different than his own, it might be dangerous. He would better be "lost"
in some large city where it would be difficlut [sic] to find him. What a
shame."
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED-OUT TIME: No exact date is given for this letter, but
it has to come between 30 August 1976, and 2 September 1976, when
Weigand responds. OMITTED DATA, DROPPED OUT TIME: How are these letters
travelling so quickly between Weigand, in L.A., and MSH, in Florida?
SMOKING GUN LIE--And why didn't Mary Sue Hubbard know about this back in
"mid-August" when Sharon Thomas and Jimmy Mulligan (Mary Sue's
Assistant) supposedly knew about it?!
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 01 September 1976
Michael Meisner moves to the Bon Air Motel at 1727 North Western Avenue
in L.A., where he stays until September 8. He registers there as "Jeff
Marks." During that time, Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, orders
Meisner to change his appearance so as to create "the image of an aging
guy wanting to look hip as a means of regaining his youth a bit," to
wear a "mod wardrobe," to shave his head, to wear contact lenses, to
have a tooth capped, to lose or gain some weight, and to wear earth
shoes to change his posture..
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 02 September 1976
Richad Weigand responds to Mary Sue Hubbard's inquiry that he does not
know how the FBI had connected "John M. Foster" to Michael Meisner. He
suggests, however, that they "might have been able to locate his former
apartment house and have his photograph identified by a tenant."
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE B/S EXPLANATION: So, still, nobody knows
how Meisner's identity got revealed to the FBI. Well, it's really just a
minor point, isn't it? Let's all just not worry about it, just forget
it. Move along, move along. Nothing to see here.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 03 September 1976
Richard Weigand notifies Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, that Henning
Heldt has issued new orders relating to "Jeff Murphy"--Michael Meisner's
alias at the time.Weigand suggests that Los Angeles is a better place to
hide Meisner since it is "a huge city and he can get lost here very
successfully," while still being close to the Guardian's Office. Weigand
directs Hermann/Cooper to give this matter "top priority and lets [sic]
get it done."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 03 September 1976
IMPORTANT: Counting only business (court) days, and allowing for two
intervening official holidays, this is the date by which the United
States Attorney's Office in D.C. would have HAD to return an indictment
on Gerald Wolfe, IF WOLFE HAD NOT VOLUNTARILY WAIVED HIS PROTECTION
UNDER THE FOLLOWING RULE, quoted from the Stipulation: "Rule 4(a)(1) of
the Rules of the United States District Court for the District of
Columbia provides that indictments are to be returned within forty-five
days of any arrest which occurred prior to July 1, 1976." This is
amazing! Wolfe was arrested ONE DAY prior to 1 July 1976, on 30 June
1976 [see]! So he was still covered, and could have gotten off scott
free, because no indictment was returned by this date! But he WAIVED
this protection, and had to have waived it PRIOR to this date! NOTE:
This date IS NOT MENTIONED IN THE STIPULATION. It has been computed from
clues found elsewhere in the Stipulation, buried in obfuscating
language. But Wolfe's WAIVER now makes possible the "October 1976 Grand
Jury," which ultimately grills Wolfe on 10 June 1977 and seals the case!
OUTPOINTS: SMOKING GUN--OMITTED FACTS, DROPPED-OUT TIME, ADDED
INAPPLICABLE COOPERATION, CONTRARY FACTS: The Stipulation of Evidence
gives NO DETAILS of this waiver, which was absolutely VITAL to the
government's case. Without Wolfe, they had no case. And vital to
understanding the significance of this waiver, is recognition that the
Stipulation ONLY depicts Wolfe as a dedicated GO player who is the key
to the GO'S "cover-up." In fact, the Stipulation is MUTE on this crucial
waiver until it vaguely describes a period FIVE MONTHS LATER
(February-March 1977), in which it claims the cover-up had "slowed
considerably," partly "because of the defendant [Gerald] Wolfe's waiver
of the rule requiring an indictment within forty-five days of arrest."
[See database entry for 20 c. February c. 1977]. And the Stipulation
never tells WHEN Wolfe waived, WHY he did, or submits the waiver as
EVIDENCE. So Wolfe voluntarily handed the government all the time they
needed to build their case, and then does not even appear before a Grand
Jury until 10 months later, on 10 June 1977 [see]. But, naw, he wasn't
working for the government. Uh-uh.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 10 September 1976
Michael Meisner moves to the Westgate Hotel located at 445 South Western
Avenue in L.A, and registers as "Jeff Mark." At midnight, "as a result
of new developments in the District of Columbia," Meisner is moved by
Gregory Willardson and Mitchel Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, to the Wilshire
Dunes Motel.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE DATA, OMITTED DATA: What are these "new
developments?" The Stipulation cites nothing happening in D.C. on 10
September that would warrant moving Meisner in the dead of night.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 10 c. September 1976
"Pursuant to a Guardian's Office directive," a San Diego police
lieutenant named Warren Young, who is a Scientologist, makes an inquiry
through the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computer to
determine the specifics of the arrest warrant issued for Michael
Meisner. The NCIC check reveals that the Meisner warrant is for the
forgery of government identification cards. The FBI then contacts police
lieutenant Young to find out why he has made the inquiry. Young tells
the FBI that he had made the NCIC check because he had arrested Meisner
for a pedestrian violation the previous day in San Diego.
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED OUT TIME, OMITTED DIRECTIVE: There is no accurate
date given for this incident; it is only recounted in retrospect by
Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, in a conversation with Michael
Meisner on 20 September 1976 [see]. And WHAT "Guardian's Office
directive? Where is it? What is the date? Who issued it?
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 11 September 1976
In the wee hours of the morning, Michael Meisner is moved by Gregory
Willardson and Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, to the Wilshire Dunes
Motel at 4300 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. He registers as "Jeff
Marks," and stays until September 12.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 12 September 1976
Michael Meisner is moved by Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, to the
Travelodge at 7370 Sunset Boulevard for one night.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 13 September 1976
Michael Meisner goes to the Sunset 8 Motel at 6516 Sunset Boulevard, and
stays through 14 September 1976.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 15 September 1976
Michael Meisner registers at the Burbank Hotel in Burbank, California,
where he stays until early October. NOTE: Meisner pays for the hotels
and motels he has been staying in with Guardian's Office funds supplied
to him by Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, who is his immediate
contact.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 15 September 1976
Television news reporter Daniel Schorr refuses to tell "a US
congressional committee" how he obtained the "Pike Committee" report [on
intelligence activities, citing his rights under the First Amendment.
The committee does not hold him in contempt.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 16 September 1976
In a handwritten letter, Duke Snider states to Richard Weigand that
"[i]t looks as though AG SD [Assistant Guardian for San Diego] has set C
of S [Church of Scientology] up to be accused of conspiring with this
policeman [Warren Young] to violate the law." He directs Weigand to
take the necessary steps to handle the matter. On the same day, Weigand
responds to Snider that, while he does not know whether the policeman is
"cool", he knows that the police officer is a lieutenant who "is on SCN
(Scientology] lines." He observes that they "have laid a nice false lead
for the FBI which cant [sic] help but help us while dispersing their
investigation. This according to reliable sources is one thing that can
draw an investigation to a quik [sic] close." Snider, in a handwritten
notation, thanks Weigand and says he is "glad to see it is under
control".
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 18 September 1976
In a letter, Mary Sue Hubbard informs Richard Weigand that she has "at
last gotten a copy of the warrant" for the arrest of Michael Meisner.
She concludes that there is "the need to establish an alibi for MM."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 20 September 1976
Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, meets with Michael Meisner for some
two hours. Meisner tells Hermann/Cooper that he is absolutely opposed to
leaving the country. Hermann/Cooper advises Mr. Meisner that, pursuant
to a Guardian's Office directive, a San Diego police lieutenant has made
an inquiry through the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computer
to determine the specifics of the arrest warrant which had been issued
for Meisner on August 5. Hermann/Cooper says that the NCIC check
revealed that the Meisner warrant was for the forgery of government
identification cards. He tells Meisner that the FBI has contacted the
police lieutenant to find out why he had made that inquiry, and that San
Diego police lieutenant Warren Young, a member of the Church of
Scientology, told the FBI that he had made the NCIC check because he had
arrested Mr. Meisner for a pedestrian violation in San Diego.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 22 September 1976
Richard Weigand responds to Mary Sue Hubbard's 18 September 1976 [see]
letter, expressing his belief that her plan will "encounter
difficulties" in view of the fact that the FBI has Gerald Wolfe's and
Michael Meisner's handwriting on the log books of the Courthouse. He
states his opinion that establishing an alibi as she bad suggested will
"come down to our word(s) against 2 FBI agents, cleaners and guards,
plus handwriting experts, ear (sic) experts and possibly fingerprint
experts." He concludes that there are two options open: "1. Turn Mike in
at the most opportune time (when we can get some better prediction of
what will be done with him and us, which as you wrote should follow the
handling of Silver.) 2. Not turn him over. Which means he hides or runs
for 5 years at least (that being the statute of limitations). The
worst," he says "from my viewpoint is that M would get 5 years in jail
and a $2000 fine that being the maximum for the action. Also, there
would be attempts to get him to turn or otherwise implicate us or others
in various wrong doings." He adds that "[i]f the investigation continues
I expect that more data will be turned up linking us with M's and others
[sic] actions." He asks Mary Sue Hubbard to send him her views.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 25 c. September 1976
"In late September 1976," FBI Special Agent Hansen requests the Church
of Scientology in Washington, D.C., to supply exemplars of Michael
Meisner's handwriting. In L.A., Cindy Raymond allegedly meets with
Meisner to discuss what should be given to the FBI, and allegedly
informs him that it has "been decided" to give false exemplars to the
FBI.
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA, DROPPED OUT TIME: No date given for this FBI
"request," just "in late September 1976." WHO made the crucial and
stupid decision to "give false exemplars to the FBI"? ADDED INAPPLICABLE
ACQUIESCENCE, OMITTED SUBPOENA: Why does the GO just start caving in to
a "request" from an FBI agent for a CHURCH to provide evidence on
Meisner? What actual LINK does the FBI have between Meisner and the
Church? Why does the GO not require the FBI to get a subpoena for this
evidence they are seeking FROM A CHURCH, before they start figuring out
how they are going to supply it? The only existing warrant that has been
mentioned is an ARREST warrant for an individual named Michael
Meisner--not a carte blanche warrant for a fishing expedition in the
Church of Scientology!
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 28 September 1976
Deputy Guardian for Information WorldWide Mo Budlong, in a letter to
Richard Weigand entitled "Re: Murphy [Meisner]," says: "The answer for
this gentleman is to have him depart for some whereabouts wherein he can
obtain documents concerning his ability to drive but does not have to
give details of his life history, if you know what I mean, to obtain the
documents. Then he should find some out of the way large city where he
can rent himself a quiet place to do research or some such for an
article or a book or whatever. He can then live and work there for some
time undisturbed. Once Silver has completed his cycle we will have some
idea of which way things are moving and we will be able to ascertain
Murphy's next move, but for the time being he should keep himself fairly
exclusive. Silver should admit what he did but let his representative do
his talking for him and should not volunteer any further information. To
achieve this of course Silver and his representative will have to push
for the big event to occur as soon as possible. Once the Silver event is
over we can reassess the whole cycle in light of the data that comes up,
which you will have to work out some way of reporting to me. If any of
the above is not clear, please ask immediately as I don't want any
confusions on what has to be done."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 30 September 1976
In a letter to Richard Weigand, Mary Sue Hubbard states that she is
aware that the FBI has requested Michael Meisner handwriting exemplars,
and that those will be compared to the log books of the buildings
Meisner has entered. She requests of Weigand to furnish her with a list
of all the buildings Meisner had illegally entered. She allegedly says
that she is, "as of that date, fully aware of the existence of an arrest
warrant for Mr. Meisner."
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE ASSERTION: On 18 September 1976 [see],
Mary Sue Hubbard had notified Weigand that she had "at last gotten a
copy of the warrant." On 1 September 1976, she had responded to
Weigand's report to her on the issuance of the arrest warrant. So why
does she now, at this late date, suddenly state that she is "fully aware
oa the existence of an arrest warrant for Mr. Meisner"? More idiotic
Stipulation assertions, not backed up with actual quotes.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 01 October 1976
LRH and Mary Sue Hubbard move into La Quinta. The referenced source,
BFM, describes how the happy couple "began to enjoy a new life of
tranquillity on their ranch in the desert. The messengers noticed a
change in the Commodore; he was much more relaxed than formerly and
usually in good spirits."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Friday, 01 c. October 1976
"In early October 1976," Cindy Raymond decides that it will be best for
Michael Meisner to move from his motel to an apartment, thereby reducing
the expenses of the Guardian's Office. Paul Poulon, the Collections
Officer for the Information Bureau, rents an apartment for Meisner at
444 South Burlington Street in Los Angeles, California,
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 01 c. October c. 1976
A DELINQUENT NOTICE is sent out from the Arizona Corporation Commission
to HASI, Inc, with the following statement: "Your corporation's annual
report for your fiscal year ending 04/30/76 is past due. A penalty of
20% of the base fee per month accrues after the fifteenth day of the
fourth month following your fiscal year ending date. Upon your failure
to comply before 01/22/77 the Commission will revoke the filing of your
Ariticles of Incorporation pursuant to A.R.S. 10-095. No further notice
will be sent to you relative to this matter." It is addressed to
"Hubbard Association of Scientologists International, Incorporated, P.O.
Box 242, Silver Springs, MD" It is marked "Return to Sender" with a
stamped notice, "Box closed--No Ord[illegible]." NOTE: The actual date
of postmark for this is illegible on the microfilm copy. This date is
estimated based on delinquent notices in former years, always on or
around the 1st of October.
SOURCE: Microfiche record from Arizona Corporations Commission

Tuesday, 05 c. October 1976
In order to respond to Mary Sue Hubbard's inquiry regarding the
buildings that Michael Meisner had "illegally entered," Cindy Raymond
meets with Meisner to get a list, and to get the details of those
entries. She relays the information to Richard Weigand
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 06 October 1976
Michael Meisner moves into the apartment at 444 South Burlington Street
in Los Angeles, California, that has been rented for him by Paul Poulon,
the Collections Officer for the Information Bureau, on the instructions
of Cindy Raymond. Meisner is spending most of his days at local
libraries doing research on the security of government buildings, in
order to support one of the cover-up stories, viz., that he had entered
various government buildings to do an expose on the lack of security.
Raymond and Meisner meet approximately twice a week to discuss the
ongoing cover-up.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 08 October 1976
Weigand responds to Mary Sue Hubbard's 30 September 1976 [see] request
for information on the buildings Michael Meisner "illegally entered."
Weigand informs Mary Sue Hubbard that the buildings included the
Department of Justice, the Internal Revenue Service, the Office of
International Operations, as well as a number of other private and
Government buildings, including the Post Office, the Labor Department's
National Office, the Federal Trade Commission, the Department of the
Treasury, the U.S. Customs Building, the Drug Enforcement
Administration, the American Medical Association's law firm offices in
D.C., and the offices of the law firm representing the St. Petersburg
Times, also in D.C.. Weigand points out that he is in the process of
"working out a full cover that would cover the log book sign-ins along
the lines of they were done to reveal the insecurity within the
government for a series of articles that M [Meisner] would be writing as
exposes."
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: The Stipulation first describes this letter
as a "late October" event, then dates it as "8 October." (This could
possibly be a mistake by a secretary transcribing a dictated tape.)
PLUSPOINT: Well, somebody finally mentions the seive-like "security" of
the nation's most powerful organizations. Guess they had to give this a
nod somewhere; the whole fairy tale starts evaporating otherwise. But it
evaporates, anyway.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 08 October 1976
FBI Special Agent [Christine] Hansen serves upon Assistant Guardian for
the Legal Bureau in Washington, D.C. Kendrick "Rick" Moxon a Grand Jury
subpoena for all original known handwriting exemplars of Michael
Meisner, and the employment application and personnel records of Meisner
in the possession of the Church of Scientology. The subpoena is
returnable on 14 October 1976. Assistant Guardian for Information in the
District of Columbia Richard Kimmel immediately notifies Mitchell
Hermann, aka Mike Cooper of the service of the subpoena.
OUTPOINTS: ALTERED SEQUENCE, CONTRARY FACTS: How can there be a "Grand
Jury subpoena" on 8 October 1976, when the so-called "October 1976 Grand
Jury" isn't sworn in until 13 October 1976 [see]--five days later? [Is
there some legal provision that makes this possible?] It is odd that the
date on which this subpoena is "returnable" is one day AFTER the October
1976 Grand Jury is sworn in. Is there an EARLIER Grand Jury which fails
to endorse and return the US Attorney's Office indictment within the
required 45 days? If so, does this account for Wolfe's well-obfuscated
WAIVER of his protection, under Rule 4(a)(1) of the Rules of the United
States District Court for the District of Columbia, which provides that
indictments are to be returned within forty-five days of any arrest
which occurred prior to July 1, 1976? [See database entry for 3
September 1976.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 09 October 1976
In a memorandum, Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, notifies Henning
Heldt and Richard Weigand about the subpoena for Michael Meisner's
handwriting exemplars. He also requests approval from Heldt and Weigand
for a mission by Randy Windment (the real name of Bruce Raymond), the
National Operations Officer for the Information Bureau in the United
States. Windment/Raymond is to go to D.C. to check the security of the
Guardian's Office and the covert operatives who are still
functioning--namely Sharon Thomas (also known as "Judy") and Nancy
Douglass (also known as "Pitts"). Both Weigand and Heldt sign their
approval of the mission.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 13 October 1976
Quoted from the Stipulation: "United States District Court Clerk James
F. Davey stated that the records of that court revealed that the October
1976 Grand Jury was sworn in on October 13, 1976, and that its term did
not expire until April 1978."
OUTPOINTS: SMOKING GUN--INCORRECTLY INCLUDED GRAND JURY, OMITTED DATA:
The date of this statement in the Stipulation of Evidence was extremely
perplexing, until the information about Gerald Wolfe waiving his
protection of a 45-day indictment was dug out of the smoke-screen
language of the Stipulation. Wolfe waived this protection: "Rule 4(a)(1)
of the Rules of the United States District Court for the District of
Columbia provides that indictments are to be returned within forty-five
days of any arrest which occurred prior to July 1, 1976." Since Wolfe
was arrested on 30 June 1976, he was covered by the protection of this
rule, and the case would have dried up and blown away by 3 September
1976 [see] IF HE HADN'T VOLUNTARILY WAIVED THIS PROTECTION. This
"October 1976 Grand Jury" is what ultimately brought the whole GO down
after Wolfe's testimony to it--WHICH DOESN'T OCCUR FOR NINE MORE MONTHS,
on 10 June 1977 [see].
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 14 October 1976
District of Columbia Assistant Guardian for the Legal Bureau Kendrick
"Rick" Moxon, submits (to the FBI?) an affidavit with nine pages of
handwritten material. In the affidavit, he states that he is unable to
locate a personnel file for Michael Meisner, and that the nine pages of
appended handwriting ae those of Meisner. (Then the Stipulation only
has this to say: "However, as the defendant [Cindy] Raymond stated to
Mr. Meisner in a meeting in late September 1976 [see database entry for
25 c. September 1976], Mr. Moxon had been directed to supply the
government with fake handwriting samples in lieu of Mr. Meisner's true
handwriting exemplars.")
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED FACT, CONTRARY FACTS: The Stipulation here
completely, though adroitly, skirts the issue of whether the handwriting
exemplars submitted by Moxon were or were not Meisners. This careful
wording in the Stipulation cannot be accidental. It seems to say that
Moxon submitted "fake handwriting exemplars," but it doesn't actually
say that. Why not? Why is Moxon being protected BY THE WORDING OF THE
GOVERNMENT'S OWN STIPULATION if he DID lie in his affidavit and submit
fake exemplars? Or did he submit real exemplars, defying his GO orders,
and thereby hand the FBI exactly what it needed to tie Meisner to the
GO? Has to be one or the other.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 15 c. October 1976
Michael Meisner requests of Cindy Raymond that she set up a meeting
between him and Duke Snider as soon as possible. Meisner is anxious to
communicate his views regarding the cover-up in the current D.C.
situation with someone in a position of higher authority. He has
selected Snider because of Snider's high position in the Guardian's
office, as well as the fact that Meisner has known Snider for a long
time. Indeed, Snider had recruited Meisner for the Information Bureau of
the Guardian's Office.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 15 c. October 1976
Quoted directly from a UPI story (emphasis added): "[Ron] DeWolf [L. Ron
Hubbard, Jr.] said Quentin [Hubbard], shortly before his death, tried to
contact him through his sister, Kate." NOTE: This date is estimated,
based on the date when Quentin is found in a coma in a car in Las Vegas.
Note, also, that Ronald DeWolf, on this date, lives in Carson City,
Nevada.
SOURCE: A UPI story of 21 May 1982, on file

Thursday, 28 October 1976
Quentin Hubbard is found in a coma in a parked car outside Las Vegas at
08:32 hours, an apparent suicide attempt. As the scene is described,
Quentin is slumped over the steering wheel of a white Pontiac parked off
Sunset Road alongside the perimeter fence of McCarran Airport at the
end of the north-south runway. All the car windows are rolled up and a
white vacuum cleaner tube leads from the passenger's vent window to the
exhaust tail pipe. Tissue papers have been stuffed into the window
opening around the tube and the car's engine is still running. Officer
Bruns of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is first on the
scene. He wrenches open both the car doors and ascertains that the young
man inside is still alive, though unconscious, probably because the tube
has fallen off the tail pipe. The young man has no identification of any
kind and there are no licence plates on the car (HUH?). There is nothing
in the car but a Grundig portable radio, a black tote bag containing
miscellaneous clothing, and an open, partly consumed bottle of tequila.
According to the actual police report: "The vehicle appeared as though
the subject might have been sleeping in it. The subject himself was very
unkempt, his clothing was dirty, and would be possibly described as a
vagrant type subject. A white male, appeared in his mid to late 20s. The
subject was transported to Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital via Mercy
Ambulance. ..."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Thursday, 28 October 1976
Duke Snider and Establishment Officer Peeter Alvet meet with Michael
Meisner at Meisner's Burlington Street apartment. Meisner tells Snider
that he is concerned about the length of time that the cover-up
operation is taking. Snider cautions Meisner that "we didn't want him
doing something too fast as we wanted to see what happened with Silver
[Gerald Wolfe] first, the threat of a Grand Jury (sic)." Meisner
expresses concern for his wife and his parents as well as for the fact
that he is being kept almost totally uninformed of Guardian's Office
actions on the ongoing cover-up. Snider assures Meisner that he will be
briefed on all decisions taken by the Guardian's Office and that his
views will henceforth be considered. He assures Meisner that Mary Sue
Hubbard is concerned about the situation and is fully aware of it, and
that anything Meisner wants to express to Mary Sue Hubbard will be sent
directly to her. At the conclusion of the meeting, Snider asks Meisner
to continue doing work for the Information Bureau.
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA, ALTERED SEQUENCE, ADDED INAPPLICABLE NONSENSE:
Didn't want Meisner to do WHAT? Also, here is another indecipherable
reference to a Grand Jury. It seems that the Stipulation is determined
to obfuscate information surrounding the Grand Jury question. The
non-sentence, "the threat of a Grand Jury," is ludicrous, since the
so-called "October Grand Jury" has already been sworn in on 13 October
1976 [see], and a "Grand Jury Supoena" for Meisner's handwriting
exemplars has already been served on Moxon on 8 October 1976 [see].
CONTRARY FACTS, OMITTED FACTS: This is one of many indications in the
Stipulation that Wolfe is the G.O.'s Main Man in pulling off the
cooked-up "cover-up" plan. Yet it is Wolfe's WAIVER of the 45-day
indictment rule that has made the existing Grand Jury possible, and that
isn't mentioned here at all! SIDE NOTE: This is the same day on which
Quentin Hubbard is discovered in a coma in a car in Las Vegas [see other
database entry this date].
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 28 October 1976
Quoted directly from a UPI story (emphasis added):
"The death of [Ronald ]DeWolf's half-brother, Quentin, Hubbard's oldest
son from his third marriage, has puzzled and concerned him, DeWolf said.
    "Quentin Geoffrey MaCauley Hubbard was found unconscious in a car
in December [sic--see OUTPOINTS, below] 1976 near McCarren International
Airport in Las Vegas. The car had been stripped of license plates and
registration and the young man carried no identification.
    "DeWolf said Quentin, shortly before his death, tried to contact
him through his sister, Kate [see entry for 15 c. October 1976]. DeWolf,
who hadn't seen Quentin since he was a baby, wonders whether his
half-brother's death was linked to attempts to make contact with him.
    "Clark County Medical Examiner Sheldon Green determined the cause
of his death to be carbon monoxide poisoning but said the "mode and
manner" of death were unknown.
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS, ADDED FALSEHOOD: According to police reports,
Quentin was found in the car on 28 October 1976, not in December, as
this news story reports. This entry is being made with the correct date.
SOURCE: A UPI story of 21 May 1982, on file

Tuesday, 02 November 1976
Jimmy Carter is elected President of the United States.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 04 November 1976
In a letter, Duke Snider writes up to Henning Heldt the outcome of his
28 October 1976 [see] meeting with Michael Meisner. Snider says that
Meisner "seemed to finally realize... that his actions would ultimately
seriously effect [sic] the church..." He also concludes that Meisner
"is not a traitor and will cooperate" with the Guardian's Office.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 05 November 1976
"Pursuant to the decision made during his meeting" [see database entry
for 28 October 1976] with Duke Snider, Michael Meisner is moved by Paul
Poulan to a new apartment located at 840 South Serrano Street in L.A..
Meisner rents the apartment in the name of "Jeff Marks" with funds
provided by Poulon. (Meisner stays at this apartment until the end of
April 1977.)
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: This move has nothing to do with any
"decision" having been made at the 28 October 1976 [see] meeting. If it
does, then the "decision" is not mentioned there, and so is OMITTED DATA
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 06 c. November 1976
The Stipulation contains this inexplicable sentence: "In response to an
order that he received from his 'senior,' the defendant [Henning] Heldt
directed the defendant [Gregory] Willardson to contact the defendant
Wolfe and instruct him to 'push his lawyer to get the scene handled.'"
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA, DROPPED OUT TIME: There is no reference to who
this "senior" is, or what the "order" is. There is no date given for
this, but it is sandwiched, in the Stipulation, between events on 5 and
7 November 1976.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 07 November 1976
In a letter to Richard Weigand, Mary Sue Hubbard allegedly adds "yet
another dimension to the cover-up plan." She allegedly suggests that the
following scenario be considered: Michael Meisner "(whom she refers to
by the letter 'H' for the code name Herbert which Mr. Meisner had
assumed since going underground after the issuance of his arrest
warrant)" was having marital trouble and was jealous that his wife was
being more productive than he. Therefore, he took it upon himself to
organize the burglaries of government buildings and thefts of documents
from those buildings to prove that he too could produce for the
Guardian's Office. She allegedly instructs Weigand that "[i]f this seems
workable" then Meisner should be ordered to work on the details of this
plan.
OUTPOINTS: SMOKING GUN--ADDED FALSEHOOD: This has to be one of the most
callous lies told in the Stipulation, that this mother of Quentin
Hubbard, while he lies in a coma in a hospital in Las Vegas, sits around
and dreams up this idiotic "plan." CONTRARY FACTS: This is the first
mention of Meisner using the name "Herbert" since "going underground
after the issuance of the arrest warrant." The warrant was issued on 5
August 1976. Since then, Meisner has only been referred to by the
following aliases (all 1976): 30 August, Jeff Burns; 1 September, Jeff
Marks; 3 September, Jeff Murphy; 10 and 11 September, Jeff Mark; 18
September, MM; 22 September, M and Mike; 28 September, Murphy. So this
assertion that he has been using "Herbert" since the warrant is also a
lie.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 12 November 1976
Quentin Hubbard dies at 21:15 in the hospital having never regained
consciousness. Still listed as a John Doe. Police records list him as a
"possible suicide."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Friday, 12 November 1976
Quoted from a posting on the internet; author unknown:
"I've been told someone did show up, but they will have to post
those details themselves. Mary Sue Hubbard hired Joe Lisa to investigate
Quentins death. Joe Lisa called in to a radio show I was on. Joe said
there was a carpet runner in the trunk of the car Quentin was found in,
rolled up, and it had hairs belonging to quentin on it, as if he had
been incapacitated elsewhere, rolled up in the carpet runner, and driven
in the trunk to the site on Sunset Road, where the 'suicide' was staged.
Joe Lisa was an unindicted co-conspirator in US vs Mary Sue Hubbard in
1982 Note Well: Bloodwork indicated Carbon Monoxide was NOT the cause of
death, it was the assumption made upon his deliverey to the hospital,
but was not indicated as a factor from blood work.
"IMO, this was not a suicide. I dont think Mary Sue thought so
either. What struck me also was the evidence [sic] staph infection and
multiple needle marks... ."
[And here is the posted Coroners Report:
Quentin Hubbard Coroners Report [uploaders comments in brackets]
Office of the Coroner-Medical Examiner Case No 1003-76
County of Clark
45 Shadow Lane, LAs Vegas, Nevada 89106
Report of Investigation
Decedent [says JOHN DOE on line and then has ]
GEOFFERY QUENTIN MC CAULLY HUBBARD [written over it]
Age: 22 Sex MAle D.O.B. 1-6-54 Race Wht
Address: 210 S Ft Harrisson Ave., Clearwater, Fla.
Tel No 813 461 1267
Occupation: Student
Employed by: Church of Scientology
S.S # None
Reported By: SNMH 11-12-76 9:55 PM
Location of Body: S.N.M.H. Room #216 East
ype of Death Apparent Natural____ Violent___ AT Work _____ Not at Work
___X___
Death occurred presence of 11-12 9:25 PM SNMH Staff
Last Seen By 11-12 9:24 PM SNMH - Staff
Pronounced dead by 11-12 9:25 PM Dr. Almufdi
Cor-M.E. Notified by 11-12 9:55 PM SNMH
Body Viewed by 11-12 10:10 PM MacKinnon
Identified by 11-18 10:25 AM Arthur J. Maren - Los Angeles Calif
Decedent Physician Dr. Lecour
Law Enforcement Agency LVMPD Officers Dibble - Jergovich
Property Receipt No. 6706
Property in Custody of none taken
Death Notification
Next of Kin L Ron Hubbard Relationshsip Father
Address Ireland
Person notified (if other than N.O.K. ) Church of Scientology
ddress 210 S Ft Harrisson Ave Clearwater Florida Tel No. 813 461-1267
Means of notification: In Person
Notification made by Mary Rezzonico DAte & Time 11-20-76
1[illegible]
Custody of Body Removed by Mortuary Vehicle To CCCME
Driver Lipinkoff Assisted by MacKinnon
Mortuary Conducting Service Mortuary Palm
Report of investigation Case # 1003-76
Decedent JOHN DOE - GEOFFERY QUENTIN MC CAULLY HUBBARD
Description: Height 66 1/2 Weight 111 Hair Red Eyes Blue
Tattoos None Scars None identified
Other Identifying Features Red mustache
Rigor Mortis None Livor Mortis Slight posterior
Narrative Summary:
Viewed decedent lying on back on hospital bed nude. No vital signs
present. No trauma noted. There is a I.V. in the left arm, a N.G. tube
in place, a foley cath inserted. >
There are needle puncture marks on both arms. There were many
little white bumps on both upper arms and upper chest area
According to hospital records, decedent was found on 10-28-76 in a
car with motor still running on Sunset road. He was unconscious.
Decadent was then transported to hospital by Mercy, arriving at
9:10 A.M. 10-28-76 Admitting diagnosis was possible carbon monoxide
poisoning.
Throughout decadent's hospitalization he would have seizures
intermittently
A Angiogram showed a possible cerebral abcess. All other x-rays
were negative. Toxics were negative, as was the carbon monoxide.
culture of sputum and blood revealed staph, [Note 1] coag-positive. WBC
on 11-7-76 show a 17,800 count with 89% shift [Note 2]
Decedent was comatose throughout hospitalization and possible
respiratory and cardiac was final cause of death at 9:25 PM 11-12-76
ACTION TAKEN Examining Physician Dr. Green
Autopsy_xx__ View ___ Case Not Accepted _____
Toxicology
Taken___________________________________Requested_________
Green Hold_______________________Box
Locked_______Date____Time_______
END OF CORONER'S REPORT
[Note 1) see [
>>http://www.kumc.edu/instruction/medicine/pathology/ed/ch_9b/c9b_staph
_morph.html] Note 2)"Any infection or acute stress will result in an
increased production of WBCs. This usually entails increased numbers of
cells >>and an increase in the percentage of immature cells (mainly band
cells) in the blood. This change is referred to as a "shift to the
left"." from
http://www.healthanswers.com/database/ami/converted/003643.html ]
SOURCE: Posting on the Internet, author unknown

Monday, 15 November 1976
The Las Vegas coroner's office begins making attempts to establish "John
Doe's" identity. His car, which has been impounded, is "re-checked" (?)
and a Florida Highway Patrol smog sticker is found, along with a vehicle
identification number. (WHY WERE THESE MISSED BEFORE?)
    A telex to the Florida department of motor vehicles comes up with
the information that the vehicle is registered to a Quentin Hubbard of
210 South Fort Harrison Avenue, Clearwater. Descriptions of the car and
the dead man are telexed to Clearwater police department with a request
that the information be checked. At 8.40 pm, a man called Dick Weigand
telephones the deputy coroner from Los Angeles airport, says he wis
leaving for Las Vegas in five minutes and hopes to be able to identify
John Doe. They agree to meet at ten o'clock that night at the Medical
Examiner Facility on Pinto Lane.
    Weigand arrives at Pinto Lane five minutes late and explains that
he had been contacted by a Kathy O'Gorman, who lived at the same address
in Clearwater as Quentin Hubbard. However, he says he has only seen
Quentin a couple of times and can not be sure of making a positive
identification. Weigand views the body twice, then says he isn't sure.
He can give no more help and doesn't even know the telephone number of
Kathy O'Gorman in Clearwater. Weigand leaves and immediately puts a call
through to the Guardian's Office to give them the bad news: it's
Quentin, all right.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Monday, 15 c. November 1976
George Bush is Director of Central Intelligence. He learns that Soviet
officials have been visiting and questioning Hal Puthoff and Russell
Targ at SRI. Bush requests and receives a briefing on CIA's
investigations into parapsychology. [NOTE: According to the reference
source, before there is any official reaction, Bush leaves the Agency.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Tuesday, 16 November 1976
LRH ED 289 INT says, "The occasionsal practice of putting my name on
issues I didn't write or even see has now been very thoroughly
forbidden."
OUTPOINTS: WRONG SOURCE, CONTRARY FACTS: The practice of putting LRH's
name on issues he didn't write or even see was ALWAYS very thoroughly
forbidden! See also the LRH ED 240R INT entry at 17 June 1982, and the
LRH ED 240R INT entry at 30 July 1982, both of which prove this same
practice is going on then.
SOURCE: LRH ED 289 INT

Wednesday, 17 November 1976
According to an account by Doreen Smith, this is the date on which LRH
and MSH, at La Quinta, are notified of Quentin's death, sometime in the
morning hours.
    That same morning, a detective from Clearwater police department
telephones Las Vegas to say that 210 South Fort Harrison Avenue is the
address of the US headquarters of the Church of Scientology, but that
the church's public affairs officer, Kathy O'Gorman, has refused to give
him any information about Quentin Hubbard. The detective says that the
Clearwater police have had "many problems" with the church; as far as he
knows, the founder, L. Ron Hubbard, lives on a yacht in the bay.
    A pit boss at the Sands Hotel by the name of Ed Watters, who later
claims to have been "a covert operator" for the GO "for about eight
years," is reportedly told (BY WHOM?) to get hold of all of Quentin's
medical files. According to Watters, there was apparently evidence in
them that Quentin had "had a homosexual encounter shortly before he was
found." Watters claims, "There was a girl Scientologist (WHO?) working
in the hospital in a very secure position and she got all the reports on
Quentin and gave them to me and I handed them over to the Guardian's
Office."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Thursday, 18 November 1976
Arthur Maren arrives at the coroner's office in Las Vegas and introduces
himself as Director of Public Affairs for the Church of Scientology. He
says he will be able to make a positive identification of the body and
at 11:25 he confirms that John Doe is, indeed, Geoffrey Quentin McCaully
Hubbard, aged twenty-two. Maren says that Quentin's parents are not in
the United States, but are away on a trip round the world. Maren, over
the next few days, persuades the coroner to describe the cause of death
as "undetermined" in a press release, saying that Quentin had been on
vacation and in Las Vegas to check out enrolment requirements for a
flying school.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Monday, 22 November 1976
Mary Rezzonico arrives in Las Vegas with an authorization signed by L.
Ron Hubbard and Mary Sue Hubbard for the release of their son's remains
and his personal effects. Rezzonico says she has personally obtained the
signatures over the weekend at "an unspecified location in Ireland."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Tuesday, 23 November 1976
Quentin is cremated at Palm Crematory in Las Vegas.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Friday, 26 November 1976
Michael Meisner writes a lengthy letter to Mary Sue Hubbard explaining
the extent of his predicament. He expands upon the various aspects she
"had proposed in her October 31 [1976--see] letter to the defendant
[Richard] Weigand." Meisner tells Mary Sue Hubbard that regardless of
what cover story is eventually used to handle the ever-expanding Federal
investigations in D.C., it will be necessary to explain where he has
been living since June 11, when he was confronted by the FBI in the US
Courthouse.
    He explains that, in any event, the FBI will want to know how
Meisner was able to support himself during all the time he was in
hiding. Thus, Meisner tells Mary Sue Hubbard that he and Cindy Raymond
have already worked out a plan whereby Meisner will tell the FBI that he
has been living with a friend in Canada. Meisner writes that Canada was
selected because the FBI has no authority to conduct investigations
there. However, he also states that a cover will have to be created in
Canada. He concludes in a postscript that "in my opinion, no matter what
story we use, the longer we wait to implement it, the less believeable
it will be and the more that the government will be inclined to believe
that the Church is behind it."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 28 c. November 1976
Frank Gerbode, a Scientologist (and psychiatrist) in Palo Alto,
California, who has his own airplane, flies his plane out over the
Pacific with a couple of GO people (WHO?) to scatter Quentin's ashes.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Tuesday, 30 November 1976
Mitchell Hermann (a/k/a Mike Cooper) writes a briefing memorandum
outlining step-by-step the activities in which Gerald Wolfe (Silver) and
Michael Meisner (Herbert/MM) had been involved in the District of
Columbia, and the cover story which has been prepared since their
encounter with the FBI. Hermann/Cooper explains that the Wolfe and
Meisner had been involved, from 1974 through June 1976, in the
burglaries of Government offices and thefts of Government documents in
D.C.
    In the spring to summer of 1976, they had directed their attention
to the office of Assistant United States Attorney Nathan Dodell in the
United States Courthouse It was there, on June 11, 1976, that they were
confronted by the FBI. Hermann/Cooper states that on June 12, Meisner
had come to Los Angeles, where over the next few days a cover-up story
and plan was prepared to contain and terminate the FBI investigation. He
says that on June 30, Gerald Wolfe was arrested by the FBI and
subsequently gave the previously prepared cover-up story to the FBI and
to the Office of the United States Attorney for the District of
Columbia.
    Then, he reports, on July 28, Wolfe's case was referred to a grand
jury for investigation. On August 5, he points out, a sealed warrant had
been issued for Meisner. He concludes that "an overall cover story for
MM and Silver is being put together by Natl Sec to submit uplines for
final approval."
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA: Yes, Wolfe's case was referred to a Grand Jury
on 28 July 1976 [see]; but no actual Grand Jury is mentioned here, and
there is much confusion generated in the Stipulation about the number
and sequence of Grand Juries. [See database entries for 8 October, 13
October and 15 December 1976.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 01 December 1976
Mitchell Hermann (a/k/a Mike Cooper) sends his memorandum of 30 November
1976 [see] to the Deputy Guardian for Information WorldWide (Mo
Budlong), via Henning Heldt and Richard Weigand, with a copy to Cindy
Raymond.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 01 December 1976
Cindy Raymond sends Richard Weigand "the cover-up plan and story
intended to stall the FBI investigation in the District of Columbia."
She states that once Gerald Wolfe's District of Columbia case is
"resolved," Michael Meisner (Herbert) will be surrendered by the Church
of Scientology, and will give "the agreed-upon cover-up story" which she
outlines." That story conforms "to the one prepared and approved by the
defendants Heldt, Snider, Weigand, and Willardson in mid-June, and given
to the defendant Wolfe." [See database entry for 14 June 1976--it is the
"drunken lark; legal research" story] Appended to her letter is "a
project" for the containment of the investigation which is being
conducted by the FBI and United States Attorney's Office in D.C.
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED PROJECT: No specific project is provided or named.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 01 December 1976
Richard Weigand informs Mary Sue Hubbard that the cover-up plan has been
completed. He explains that: "As I see things now: 1. We turn Herbert
in. 2. He says he did it via an attorney who should check the accuracy
of the charge(s). 3. He says nothing more than guilty. 4. We establish
lines as possible to see if the govt continues its investigation of us
and if so we hit them with a full scale attack using BI, PR and Legal.
We get the Herbert case supervised closely by Legal and see that he gets
the best treatment possible. And that does it. The key thing being
Herbert [Michael Meisner] does not have to get into any cover with the
Government... . The only complication I can see is that they might try
to hit Herb for flight to avoid which needs to be worked out with Legal
so that the handling is effective." Weigand sends the same information
to Deputy Guardian for Information World Wide Mo Budlong.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 15 December 1976
The Grand Jury investigation continues "before a new Grand Jury" (?) of
the United States District Court for the District of Columbia with the
appearance of Special [FBI] Agent Christine Hansen.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE "NEW" GRAND JURY: How does it "continue"
before a "new" Grand Jury, and why is it "new?" What happened to the
"old" Grand Jury? Is this the "October 1976 Grand Jury? [see database
entry for 13 October 1976]" If so, why is the earlier "old" Grand Jury
preceeding it never identified? This is completely unexplained.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 18 December 1976
Mitchell Hermann, aka Mike Cooper, sends "Project Troy" to Richard
Weigand pursuant to Weigand having directed Hermann/Cooper to write "a
project to get prediction on future IRS actions." The submitted "Project
Troy" calls for the placement of a permanent bugging device in the
office or the IRS Chief Counsel. Thus, the Guardian's Office will be
able to monitor all "IRS planned actions as regards the C of S of C
[Church of Scientology of California] exemption so that Legal can be
briefed to take effective action." [NOTE: Just a gentle reminder:
attorney Meade Emory is Assistant to the Commissioner of IRS during this
period. In just a few short years, he will become a Founder of Church of
Spiritual Technology, beneficiary of ALL of LRH's intellectual property.
Smile. This is fun, isn't it?--Ed.]
OUTPOINTS: No Comment. Sheesh.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 20 December 1976
A CSW from Richard Weigand to Henning Heldt requests that "Project
Troy," as submitted on 18 December 1976 [see] by Mitchell Hermann, aka
Mike Cooper, be approved as soon as possible. Heldt approves the project
by initialling the line entitled "ok".
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

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