CCHRScientology distributed a message to its members through the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, opposing legislation in the U.S. Senate that would make mental health services part of employee health insurance. "On October 30, 2001 the U. S. Senate passed a mental health parity amendment by adding it to the spending bill for Labor, Human Services and Education. This parity legislation forces businesses that offer health insurance coverage to cover mental health equally in all ways with ordinary medical coverage. "Mental Health parity cannot effectively exist because there is no parity in the diagnosis of mental health problems compared to real physical conditions that can be accurately tested for and diagnosed. Psychiatrists cannot distinguish between a mental disorder and no mental disorder. While some patient advocacy groups, heavily funded by pharmaceutical interests, and the mental health lobby, purport that mental illness is like a physical disease such as diabetes, cancer, or epilepsy and, therefore, mental health parity is needed, evidence simply doesn't substantiate this. "E-mail and call daily for the next few days (or until the amendment is defeated). E-mail and call the list of Congressmen below. Also email and call President Bush and the local offices of your own Representative and two Senators in Congress." CCHR also announced plans for a human rights concert in Los Angeles, in association with United Nations agencies. "You are cordially invited to attend a free concert in celebration of Human Rights Day and to commemorate the passage of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights Monday, December 10, 2001: 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 6616 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Sponsored by the United Nations Association Pacific-LA Chapter and the Citizens Commission on Human Rights International. "Keynote Speakers: Mr. Abubakar Dungas, spokesperson for the UN Populations Fund (UNFPA) and editor of its magazine, Populi. Ms. Norma Foster, President UNA Pacific-LA Chapter Ms. Jan Eastgate, International President, Citizens Commission on Human Rights Ms. Robin Read, President, National Foundation of Women Legislators. "A Human Rights Summit following the concert will allow for questions and answers with Mr. Dungas." Message-ID: email@example.com Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom CruiseThe Associated Press reported on December 3rd that in a Vanity Fair article, Scientology celebrity Tom Cruise credits Scientology with helping him handle life. "Tom Cruise says being a Scientologist for the past 15 years has given him the strength to handle the negativity that can exist Hollywood. 'Life pounds you - you know what I mean? You come across losses. All of a sudden something happens and now you feel like you cannot go forward or it invalidates you. People die. Things happen in life that make it very difficult at times to be happy or to overcome certain problems. Scientology has helped me be able to figure out tools to understand exactly what a problem is, and how to overcome those problems.'" From USA Today on December 6th: "Part of it is a 9/11 awakening. He says the events made him want to 'do more' for others, and it made him take stock. 'Taking time to look at Nic and I, and the kids, and our families and society, the world at large and seeing what things we can do to help out.' It's not a Scientology thing, he says. He was positive about life 'before Scientology,' which he found when he was about 20. But he quickly adds, 'Scientology is great, because you've got a lot of tools with which you can help people.' "Whether it's his personality or his religion that makes him so chipper about everything, Cruise and Kidman seem to have settled nicely into separate lives, he says. 'We're in a beautiful place right now.' He won't say in what beautiful place he'll be for the holidays, however. 'Nic and I agreed not to discuss this, because everyone's going to speculate.'" The Arizona Republic reported on December 3rd that Penelope Cruz's parents have put aside their earlier suspicions and now support her relationship with Tom Cruise. "The New York Daily News cites reports out of Spain claiming that Cruz's Catholic parents have frowned upon the relationship because Cruise is member of the Church of Scientology. But the couple's people say all was cool after Cruise met her folks. 'She is not thinking of converting to Scientology, but she respects it as a religion, as do her parents,' a spokesman told the paper." Message-ID: email@example.com Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-ID: email@example.com
Jenna ElfmanSan Francisco Weekly reported on November 21st that Scientology celebrity Jenna Elfman presented a seminar on film and TV at the new Mission Street org. "Friendly Persuasion Jenna Elfman, star of the S.F.-set (but L.A.-shot) TV show Dharma & Greg, returns to town Saturday, Nov. 24, to lead a seminar called 'Getting Started in Film and TV.' It'll be held at the Church of Scientology building at 966 Mission (near Sixth Street) that Elfman sponsored, and which had its grand opening two months ago. 'She goes into how she got into acting and how she owes a lot of her success to Dianetics and Scientology,' reports church spokesman Jeff Quiros. 'It's just her story; it's not that Scientology is a one-way ticket to stardom. But if someone wants to take the classes she took, no one's going to turn them away.' "Elfman sponsored the mission here because she felt, according to Quiros, that there are enough missions in the San Fernando Valley, where she grew up. As for Elfman's event, Quiros candidly admits, 'It's obviously meant to interest people in Dianetics and Scientology.'" Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith HensonKeith Henson reported that the RIverside court is considering dismissing his appeal for interfering with a religion because he is seeking refugee status in Canada. Keith was convicted for protesting Gold Base, near Hemet, California. "Appellant is ordered to show cause within twenty days of the date of this order as to why this appeal should not be dismissed on the grounds that appellant is a fugitive and therefore has forfeited his right to appeal." Message-ID: email@example.com
RenaissanceLA Weekly reviewed the restaurant in the Celebrity Center in Hollywood in its November 9th issue. "At least twice a day for the past eight years, I've driven past the Manor Hotel, which houses the Church of Scientology Celebrity Center International. But it was not until last month that I noticed a plastic sign affixed to its outer wall: 'Renaissance Restaurant - Open to the Public.' I am perversely interested in checking out the place, but the friends I mention this to are less than enthralled. 'Bring brass knuckles and Mace,' one friend helpfully suggests. Another wonders aloud whether the waiter will slip a personality test under my napkin. "I know from experience that their concerns - that I will be strapped to a chair and forced to listen to Chick Corea music, or watch Battleship Earth until its cockamamie creed makes consummate sense - are unfounded. Years ago, I was the assistant to a screenwriting Scientologist who practiced none of the church's tenets while availing himself of every financial perk membership offered, and was hence constantly being called before church tribunals. "Behind a velvet rope is the purported office of founder L. Ron Hubbard, a soul-deadeningly dull den straight out of 1950s TV, with Ethan Allen-like appointments and a wall of locked bookcases holding what must be a ton of Scientology tomes whose spines don't appear to have been cracked. "'Yes, it is a beautiful restaurant,' the maitre dí says. 'Everything first-class. You know, when I take the job here, my father-in-law, he say, 'No! You must put garlic around your neck and run the other way! Then he answers the question I am dying to ask. 'But I am not a Scientologist.' Are most of his customers? 'Yes, because they come here from all over the world to stay in the hotel, to do their business.' He nods as a waiter places our meals before us. 'Bon appetit!' "'How long has that sign been out on Franklin?' I ask the maitre dí. 'That is new,' he says. 'People, you know, they don't come; they think it is only for Scientologists. But it's not; it's a good restaurant, a beautiful restaurant. Dessert?'" Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa McPhersonThe St. Petersburg Times reported on December 9th that the civil case against Scientology for the death of Lisa McPherson approaches its trial date. "A civil wrongful-death lawsuit, itself now almost 5 years old, alleges church workers let McPherson die Dec. 5, 1995, in the Fort Harrison Hotel, where she spent the last 17 days of her life being cared for by fellow Scientologists. The lawsuit contends that church staffers allowed McPherson, 36, to become so dehydrated she was too weak even to stop cockroaches from biting her. "As it did in the criminal case, Scientology has committed exhaustive resources to defending itself, assembling a squadron of top-notch lawyers and nationally known scientists. Observers say the aggressive legal strategy is designed to outlast the opponent, Ken Dandar, a Tampa lawyer representing McPherson's estate. 'They are going to and have worked Dandar to a near-death experience,' said longtime Clearwater attorney Denis deVlaming, who has represented some of Scientology's harshest critics. "The outcome of this case, which could go to trial in June, is crucial for Scientology, say observers. 'The biggest stake is legitimacy, showing that they are a legitimate religious organization just like the Baptists, just like the Jews, just like the Catholics,' deVlaming said. 'Every time there's a horrific article about very unreligious conduct, it sets them back and gets the public talking.' "'It is unique in the sense that every issue is fought to the death,' said Judge James Moody, who as a Hillsborough Circuit judge oversaw the first three years of the lawsuit and now is a federal judge. 'Every issue is a big issue. Every issue is a mountain of briefs and fought to the last gasp.' Legal motions are submitted in multiple, inches-thick binders. Hearings go on for days, stretching over months. "One 2 1/2-hour session last year preoccupied with hyper-technicalities left Pinellas Circuit Judge Frank Quesada holding his head in his hands and rubbing his forehead. At the end, he joked with the lawyers, 'I appreciate your effort to save us a rehearing on the rehearing for the rehearing.' "Church leaders say the lawsuit is nothing but an assault on Scientology, funded by church haters. Their vigorous defense, they say, is all about setting the record straight: McPherson died unexpectedly of a pulmonary embolism and Scientology is not to blame. Her death certificate calls her death an accident. 'The issue as far as we're concerned is truth,' said Ben Shaw, head of external affairs for the church's Clearwater organization. 'The press on this was horrendous as to the allegations. How do you deal with that unless you get the truth out?' "Dandar, a Temple law school graduate, has won settlements for clients from multinational corporations such as Du Pont and Toyota. But nothing compares to doing legal battle with Scientology, he said. Former clients have been called and told Dandar was under investigation for arms and drug dealing. The phone company McPherson once worked for in Dallas showed up on his credit report indicating he owed hundreds of dollars, Dandar said. One day, a couple pulled into his driveway and told Dandar's wife they were there for a funeral. 'They had a map with my home on it circled,' Dandar said. 'I live in a residential area. There aren't any funeral homes for miles.' "Money has come from the law firm Dandar shares with his brother Tom Dandar and from New England millionaire Robert Minton, founder of the Scientology watchdog group, the Lisa McPherson Trust, which recently disbanded, shutting down its Clearwater operation. Minton testified last year that he had given Dandar more than $1-million for the case. He wrote Dandar an additional check for $250,000 in May, according to Minton's personal bank records obtained by Scientology. Because Minton has contributed to the case, the court has allowed church attorneys to grill him and delve into his personal affairs. "'It's hard to distinguish the trust, Mr. Minton and the plaintiff in this case,' Judge Beach said during a September deposition. 'They're so intertwined, as a matter of fact, it almost appears that Lisa McPherson has been overshadowed by the activities of the trust and Mr. Minton in pursuing this case against the Scientologists.' "The one onlooker who showed up to flank Dandar, Scientology critic Patricia Greenway, was served with a subpoena from Scientology lawyers within two hours of her arrival. 'Now you know why nobody ever comes to support Ken,' Greenway told a reporter. "Dandar says three law firms have offered to assist him in the case, but so far, he sees no need for help. 'Their tactic is bury you in paper,' Dandar said. 'To me, the more lawyers you have, the more insecure you are.' In civil court, Dandar must convince a jury that 'more likely than not' negligence led to McPherson's death. Legal experts explain it this way: If all the evidence were placed on the scales of justice, Dandar wins if the scales tip ever so slightly in his favor. "Scientology's expensive strategy has reaped victories. In June, a judge dismissed one of the five counts against the church alleging McPherson was held against her will by church workers. The lawsuit's remaining counts allege negligence, battery, infliction of emotional distress and wrongful death. "Last week, the church leveled a well-orchestrated assault on a key piece of Dandar's scientific evidence. 'Junk science' is how church attorney Weinberg described an eye fluid test that Dandar says proves McPherson was severely dehydrated and therefore neglected by church workers. After hearing Scientology's offensive, Schaeffer put Dandar on notice: 'If you've got something, you better produce it.' Dandar promised to deliver when he makes his presentation in February. He told the judge: 'You haven't heard the rest of the story.'" Message-ID: email@example.com
Protest Summary"Ethercat" reported a protest on December 8th at the Atlanta Scientology org. "I had the Scientology Lies sign, backed with Who is Xenu? (including URLs for both); Wynot carried the Scientology Killed Lisa McPherson sign, backed with Scientology is a Bait and Switch Scam. We picketed for just over an hour, and received 30 acks, some boisterous, some timid. "The first thing we noticed was that they have a new door with stained glass windows, no doubt donated as a tax deduction by Artistic Glass of Atlanta, a long-time WISE company. The main sign out front no longer has the 'double cross' on it. There's a new sign under the Hubbard Dianetics Center sign and the Scientology sign - the new sign attempts to exploit the Sept. 11 tragedy, and does have the 'double cross'. The building was decorated for Christmas, and the little info box by the sidewalk contained a few brochures for Sunday Services. They appeared to have been in the box for some time, because they had prominent curves in the paper where they had slumped against the sides of the box. "A thirty-something lady came from the org to her SUV, and asked me how much we were getting paid. I told her we weren't getting paid, we do this because we believe in it. I wanted to tell her if we were getting paid, we'd be out here every day, but she was already in her vehicle. As she began to pull left out of the driveway, she made hand gestures at wynot, as if he were blocking her sight. He wasn't - we always step back on the sidewalk to allow people pulling out to see, and are very careful not to block cars leaving or pulling in." Keith Henson reported a protest in Toronto on December 8th. "Boudwin van Ingen was in town on the last stage of his arscc sponsored Canadian tour and Gregg read a poster about this weekend being some kind of event. The three of us started about 11:20 and put in two shifts. I was on the far side of the street. Gregg hung out in front of the org since the org had permits to block off both a half block of St. Mary street and its sidewalks. They got a bunch of kids and adults there to sing Christmas carols. The org does not have nearly enough kids for this, so many of the kids were their kids friends borrowed for the day. "At one point early in the picket there were at least 9 cops there. Two undercover cops, two uniform cops, a patrol car cop and 4 bike cops. This for 2 picketers, three if you count me across the street. One of the undercover cops became curious about what Gregg had to say and asked for the Xenu and Children Sec Check flyers. The cop observed that the city of Toronto hardly has the budget to take on scientology for their criminal activities. "At first the female half of the goon squad showed up. They almost sprained their necks 'not looking' when Gregg made his announcements between the R6 carols. 'This entertainment brought to you by the Cult of Greed and Power.' 'Scientology processing is guaranteed not to rip, run, ravel, or smell bad.' 'Next right here on our stage will be Xenu the Galactic Overlord and his dancing Body Thetans.' etc. "The irony of scientologists singing Christmas carols was not lost on the locals, many of whom commented to Gregg and Bogie about the hypocrisy involved. They got many words of praise from the passers by causing one of the cops to comment how Gregg and Bogie were 'real crowd pleasers.' "After we took a break to warm up, they brought out the male goons. The usual suspects, Peter Ramsay, Andy Hill, Daffy Dan Bryenton and Brian McPherson. The male goon squad once again began badgering Gregg, so Gregg decided to make head goony Brian McPherson sweat a bit about the last time Brian blew the org. McPherson almost blew a gasket. Daffy Dan tried to convince the cops that Gregg was a mad stalker. This did not sell since the undercover cop apparently knew all about scientologist picketing Gregg's home, stalking picketers in Toronto, and even traveling as far away as St. Catherines to bother Kim and directly harass her children. "4 bike cops came over, probably called in by Al Buttnor. Al looked so pleased, but it turned utterly sour when the biggest of the bike cops gave Gregg a friendly pat on the shoulder and asked how he was doing like an old friend. The undercover cops had been brought in because the org insisted the picketers would have disruptive people in the crowd. "Many of these people were listening carefully to what Gregg was saying about scientology, reading his picket sign and taking flyers. Gregg didn't even try and people took over 100 flyers. Gregg was handing out the children's sec check as well as the Xenu flyer today. One of teen age girls (a guest about 14) took one. She and another wog friend were discussing it with a Scientology girlfriend of about the same age. The Scientology girl confirmed they were subjected to having these questions asked them upon occasions one of the Wog girls said they would tell parents to 'fuck off' if they her asked such questions. After admonishing her wog friend not to swear, the scn girl said 'my mom doesn't ask the questions, an auditor does and my mom has to pay for it.' At this point, Val Hill jumped on the girls and herded them hastily into the org, realizing the wog girls were now PTS." "Barb" reported a protest at Gold Base, near Hemet, California on December 8th. "I was the first to arrive at Ida's Sinister Place of Gathering. Shortly after, Arel, Graham Berry, and phr came in, followed by Richard of Riverside and his nephew Jack. The signs were a bit hard to handle in the wind, but we carried on. Gold Base was dead. There was no one out and about. Three guards in the shack, no foot traffic. I heard motorbikes deep in the property, and saw a few of the elite walking from the ugly studio building of Golden Era. Construction hasn't progressed very far on the housing, and Davey's house bristles with a perimeter of cameras. "Graham assumed the role of carnival barker between the tunnel and the guard shack. Arel caught an inmate out; when she turned her sign towards him, ($cientology is Your Ruin) he cut and ran. We got a good number of honks, waves, and thumbs up from the traffic. Three white pickup trucks came by in quick succession, the drivers honked and flipped us off! "The only memorable moment was when a police car made several passes and pulled over to talk to us, having been summoned by Ken Hoden, who was hovering around the guard shack in the company of Richardson, who hid and took photos of Graham. This officer was a cheerful, easygoing sort, who said he'd been called because Hoden was concerned about potential illegal actions on our part. The officer said that Hoden had shown him a printout of their website on me. He didn't seem to take it very seriously. He waved away my attempts to refute it; when I started to explain how the cult is attempting to portray us as terrorist criminals, he nodded and said, 'Well, that's Golden Era for ya!' He didn't seem very terrified in our presence." Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-ID: email@example.com Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
In MemoriamThe Salt Lake City Tribune reported on December 8th that Scientologist Alex Eenkhoorn has passed away. "Alexander (Alex) Peter Eenkhoorn, age 53, born in Djakarta Indonesia February 14, 1948, moved to the United States with his family at age 8, passed away on Dec. 2, 2001 in Portland, Oregon. He was a long time resident of Salt Lake City. Alex was a loving husband and father. Friends and family are invited to attend a memorial service at the Church of Scientology located at 1931 So. 1100 E. on Saturday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m." Message-ID: email@example.com
Boy ScoutsThe Los Angeles Times reported on December 8th that a Scientology-sponsored Boy Scout troop collected money for the Red Cross. "Venturing Crew 355 collected more than $2,000 for the American Red Cross immediately following the tragic events of Sept. 11. They spent half a day in front of the Ralphs in La Crescenta collecting cash donations. The group is a coeducational one for youth 14 to 20 chartered to the Church of Scientology Mission of the Foothills in Montrose through the Verdugo Hills Council, Boy Scouts of America." Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
SpainThe Associated Press reported on December 3rd that a Spanish court has found 15 Scientologists not guilty of criminal conspiracy. "A Spanish court on Monday acquitted 15 members and employees of the Church of Scientology on charges of criminal conspiracy, closing a case dating back to 1984. It said there was no evidence to support prosecutors' allegations that drug rehabilitation and other programs sponsored by the church in Spain amounted to illicit gatherings aimed at activities such as bilking people of money. "Initially, the church's American leader, Rev. Heber Jentzsch, was among those indicted but he did not show up for the trial. Church leaders argued he had been charged simply for being the head of the church. Scientology is officially classified as a lay association with religious goals, not as a church. It does not have tax-exempt status as it does in the United States." From APA on December 3rd: "The court decided on Monday in Madrid that it had not been proven that the defendants had formed a criminal association. As to the the other specifications - such as the accusations of brainwashing or tax evasion, it was said there was no proof. The state attorney had demanded from three months to five years for the defendants, as well as the dissolution of the organization. "The letter of indictment had described Scientology as an 'extremely dangerous organization' that was 'more of a sect than a church.' Nevertheless, the court decided there was no evidence that the defendants had joined together for the purpose of committing criminal acts. The state attorney's office had originally wanted the organization's boss, Heber Jentzsch, to appear in court, and had asked 56 years for him. The American did not however show up in court because the US authorities had not forwarded the summons to him." Message-ID: email@example.com Message-ID: Pine.LNX.3.96.1011204174934.139Afirstname.lastname@example.org
UKJohn Gummer, a member of the UK House of Commons spoke on November 19th to oppose a new law being promoted to ban religious hatred. "I am not prepared to be prevented from saying that those who believe that children should be killed by not having a blood transfusion are wrong and that they should be stopped from doing that. I know that the strength of that remark may be considered by others, and certainly by the people to whom I refer, as an incitement to religious hatred. I do not like the word 'hatred' - I hope that I hate no one, but I know many who would come near to hating when they saw that the result of those people's beliefs was a dead child. I do not believe that that is a suitable case for interference by the law; I believe that I should be able to say what I believe to be true on that issue. "Some organisations, such as Scientology, masquerade as religions. With the protection of this House, I say that Scientology is a fraud. It is a mechanism for money raising, a damaging and hateful thing. Under this measure, however, I should not be able to talk about that outside this House, and that is wrong. The Government should have no part of it." Message-ID: email@example.com
WISEThe results of a competition conducted by the World Institute of Scientology Enterprises were distributed to members in email. Scientologists were urged to buy copies of the Organization Executive Course for donation to libraries and world leaders. "This is a game to see who is disseminating LRH's administrative technology the most by getting OEC sets donated to libraries, sold to clients or presented to opinion leaders thereby forwarding the purpose of WISE, which is 'To get LRH administrative technology broadly in use in every business, organization and government on the planet.' "1st Place: LA 82 OEC sets. Larry Leong donated 19 OEC sets; Craig Jensen donated 5 sets; Dohring Company donated 14 sets; Hollander bought 13 sets; Sterling bought 20 sets; Survival Strategies bought 4 sets; Sarah Leslie bought 1 set; A raw public bought 1 set; JS bought 1 set; Stan Gerson bought 1 set; MR bought 1 set; B.A. bought 1 set; Don Engle bought 1 set. LA Area I/C is Craig Ferreira. "2nd Place: MGE (DC) 47.5 OEC sets. MGE donated 35 OEC sets; Bill Lohmann donated 1 set; Greg Winteregg donated 1.5 sets; Phillip DeJesus donated 3 sets; Mario Canal donated 1 set; Kathy Biery donated 1 set; Mike Waldron donated 5 sets. MGE I/C is Luis Colon. "3rd Place: Seattle 38 OEC sets. P.S. donated 38 OEC sets. "4th Place: Cincinnati 19 OEC sets. John Chan donated 5 OEC sets; Carl Smudde donated 5 sets; Jim Speiser donated 5 sets; Ernie Lehman donated 1 set; Brian Nunley donated 1 set; Mike Tillery donated 1 set; Lonnie & Naomi Davis donated 1 set. Cincinnati I/C is John Chan. "5th Place: DC 11 OEC sets. Karen Berg donated 1 OEC set; Randy & Jill Bunn donated 1 set; Cheryl Caputo donated 5 set; Garland Davis donated 1 set; Jamie Gibb donated 1 set; James Hardy donated 1 set. Steve Ziegler donated 1 set. DC I/C is Karen Berg. "6th Place: Michigan 11 OEC sets. Jack Sushko donated 10 OEC sets. Joseph Lawless and Jack Sushko donated 1 set. Michigan I/C is Jack Sushko. "7th Place: Clearwater 10 OEC sets. Jay Kamhi donated 10 OEC sets. "8th Place: Chicago 9 OEC sets. Kurtis & Keanan. Kintzel donated 5 OEC sets; Katherine Kalmer bought 1 set; Kim Perfetti donated 1 set; Allyne Rosenthal donated 1 set; Joe Lewis donated 1 set. Chicago I/C is Joe Lewis. "9th Place: New York 4 OEC sets. Kumi Kimball donated 1 OEC set; Devora Lindeman donated 1 set; Fred Ulan donated 1 set; Greg Makowski donated 1 set. New York I/C is Dan Margolin. "10th Place: Columbus 3 OEC sets. Chiu Hoi Chan donated 2 OEC sets; Christopher Music donated 1 set. Columbus I/C is Chiu Hoi Chan. "11th Place: Atlanta 2.5 OEC sets. Ann Hurst donated 2 OEC sets; Mari Taylor Muir bought 1/2 a set. Atlanta I/C is Joel Benk. "12th Place: New Haven 2 OEC sets. Kevin Norige donated 1 OEC set; Michael Greene donated 1 set. New Haven I/C is Kevin Norige. "13th Place: FLB 1 OEC set "Louisiana 1 OEC set. Rohit Adi donated 1 OEC set. Louisiana I/C is Ron Liuzza. "Miami 1 OEC set. Saul Lipson donated 1 OEC set. Miami I/C is Carlos Manrique. "Nashville 1 OEC set. Lee Parrish donated 1 OEC set. Nashville I/C is Lee Parish. "Orlando 1 OEC set. Kent Greer donated 1 OEC set. Orlando I/C is Kent Greer. "Philadelphia 1 OEC set. Leo McCormick donated 1 OEC set. Philadelphia I/C is Leo McCormick. "Stevens Creek 1 OEC set. "ARC, Kelly Zacks Publications Officer WISE International" Message-ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
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