FLAG LAND BASE
Caroline Reinertsen Letkeman
10520-6 Sunland Blvd.
Sunland, CA 91040
503 CLEVELAND ST.
CLEARWATER, FL 337557 April 2001
Pursuant to our phone conversation today, I checked into what it was that your daughter had read and am sending you a copy at your request.
Please send me your confession.
FLB Justice Chief
cc: PAC Justice Chiefpdf (Includes 7-page attachment)
Subject: Anti-Virus identified
Date: 12 Jan 2001 01:00:23 -0800It took some work to piece together all of the clues in Anti-Virus’ essay but I can confirm that the individual who placed second in the LMT 2000 Literati Contest is Caroline Reinertsen. That’s the name I knew her by some years ago. Hopefully she will declare this income on her tax return.
From AJ_member@newsguy.com Fri Jan 05 04:49:42 2001
Subject: More on Anti-Virus
From: AJ <AJ_member@newsguy.com>
Date: 5 Jan 2001 01:49:42 -0800
“Anti- Virus” (second place winner in the fraudulent LMT Literati Essay Contest) is not as much of an old timer as I. The search into her identity has now been resolved into a short list.
From AJ_member@newsguy.com Wed Dec 20 01:37:53 2000
Subject: A closer look at the LMT criminal fraud contest
From: AJ <AJ_member@newsguy.com>
Date: 19 Dec 2000 22:37:53 -0800
How likely is it that the second place “winner” of the LMT Literati Contest, Anti-Virus, is yet another of the pre-arranged payoffs made by Minton in his sham of an essay contest?
We have already seen that Chris Owen, despite his weak denial, was the preordained grand prize winner. Calling it a contest is an easy way for Bob to
pay critics without the liability of putting them directly on the payroll; nothing more than simple money laundering.
LMT conspired with Rob Clark to conceal his identity as third place winner, “Peter Smith”. Clark has been posting for just under a year as ptsc. It was
obvious that his role was that of an LMT PR hack.
And if anyone has any doubt about the real purpose of this so called contest just look at how the rules were changed and twisted to assure the prearranged outcome. All of this subterfuge reeks of criminal fraud.
This makes the scrutiny of the Anti-Virus payoff an even more intriguing question. Who was it that Bob wanted to compensate for work done or perhaps for work about to be done? I read the essay and the writing style of this person is vaguely familiar. I’m going to look into “Anti-Virus” and see what other clues have been left as to this person’s identity.
From firstname.lastname@example.org Wed Dec 13 20:08:35 2000
Subject: LMT Literati Winners
From: Bob Minton+Stacy Brooks <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 20:08:35 -0500
Three essays stood out among the 32 entries for this year’s Lisa McPherson Trust Literati Contest and have been selected as winners. Their essays will
be posted to alt .religion. Scientology and the LMT web site following this message. The winners are:
FIRST PLACE: Chris Owen for his well documented essay entitled “The Control Agenda: Control, Responsibility and Freedom in the Church of Scientology.” Chris was able to describe the four spheres of Scientology’s control — Personal, Organizational, Societal and Cosmological — in terms that can be understood even by someone who is completely unfamiliar with Scientology’s totalitarian political agenda. Congratulations to Chris for his prize of USD 7,000.00.
SECOND PLACE: “Anti-Virus” for “Scientology: Soul Hackers,” an insightful and well-researched essay by a former very high-level Scientology auditor who was able to communicate clearly a viable technical explanation for how Scientology is able to control its adherents. Congratulations to “Anti-Virus” for winning the USD 2,000.00 prize for second place.
THIRD PLACE: “Peter Smith” for an insightful and disturbing essay entitled “Doubletalk: Orwellian Reversal of Meaning in Scientology.” His Scientology comparisons to 1984’s “Ministry of Truth” and • •’Ministry of Justice” will ring true to anyone familiar with Scientology’s totalitarian, extremist doublethink. Congratulations to “Peter Smith” for third prize winnings of USD 1,000.00.
SPECIAL AWARD WINNER – Junior Category. The judges decided to include a “Junior Category” in this year’s Literati Contest for a very compelling
account of a 16 year old’s experience with Scientology. Congratulations to “Darla deToledo”- for her Special Award of USD 500.00 in the 2000 LMT Literati Contest for her essay, “When Can I Start My Life?”
Four other essays deserve special recognition. Honorable Mention goes to Eldon Braun’s “The Attention Fix: Scientology as a Figment of Narcissism,”
David Cecere’s “Scientology: Control, Freedom and Responsibility,” Arnie Lerma’s “The Art of Deception II,” and “Christina Wilson’s “Rose-Colored
Glasses.” These four entries will also be posted shortly on ARS and on the LMT website.
Thanks to everyone who participated in this year’s LMT Literati Contest.
Bob Minton and Stacy Brooks
From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu Nov 30 16:35:40 2000
Subject: LMT Literati Contest 2000 Update as of 11-30-00
From: Bob Minton <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 16:35:40 -0500There are now thirty-one essays submitted for the 2nd Annual Lisa McPherson Trust Literati Contest from the following individuals:“Anti-Virus”Eldon Braun
“Undecided Name”The contest will not be accepting any more entries.If you have submitted an entry and your name or “nick” is not included above, please INFORM US IMMEDIATELY! A couple of nicks were picked by me based on something in the submission. So call or e-mail if you have doubt about who you are on this list. Please rest assured that no one who has submitted an entry will be left out of the contest.All entries are now in the judges hands.Given the large number of entries, it is almost certain that we will be unable to name the winners by December 2, 2000 as expected. However, you can rest assured that we will name the winners as soon as we can without undue delay.For more information on the Literati Contest please see our web site at: http://www.lisatrust.net/1iteraticontest/contestmenu.htmlMany, many thanks to everyone for their hardwork. We will now do some serious reading. Good luck to everyone!Bob Minton
From firstname.lastname@example.org Wed Dec 13 20:12:18 2000
Subject: LMT Literati Winner – Second Place: “Anti-Virus”
From: Bob Minton <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 20:12:18 -0500
Scientology: Soul Hackers
As a former very high level auditor of the upper levels of Scientology, my exit brought with it an attempt to find a technical explanation for the subjective effects that Scientology creates in a person. How does Scientology control its members? Why do Scientologists find it so hard to leave?
Psychologically and spiritually battered, they persist in their bewildering allegiance to their founder and the organization. Why would that be? These effects are laid in at every level of Scientology. They are laid in deliberately and with malice aforethought. This essay is about how
Scientology hacks your soul.
[handwritten: —–23 pages—–]
Could it actually be that Hubbard, in his own deranged way, created Scientology to pray for his own incessant suffering? Put into the framework
of transference, it appears to me at last: that within every bulletin he wrote lurks an admission of his secret tool. Could it be that through
projection into Scientologists he desired to put a stop to that suffering for himself? What a prayer that would be.
My experience in Scientology has taught me a few things about religion. Not that it came in any session, or any bulletin, or any lecture. It taught me the three things that it didn’t want to teach me: I am not a god. I am a human being. And Scientology is not a religion.