On Sat, 15 Jan 2000 18:44:33 GMT, email@example.com (wogendas) wrote:
>On Fri, 14 Jan 2000 04:45:20 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Shy David
>>Families who have missing Scientologist sons and daughters may wish to send
>>photographs of their missing children, as well as a brief note to the missing
>>person, to the Trust. The Trust could tape the picture and note to the walls or
>>front window of the Trust's building.
>>There must be many parents who wonder if their Scientologist daughters and sons
>>are even still alive, let alone wondering where they are. Imagine the powerful
>>impact of having a Scientologist clandestinely sneeking out to look at the
>>window to see if her parents are worried about her; imagine the effect if a
>>Scientologist read a note from his mother pleading with him to let her know if
>>he is alive.
>>Perhaps the Trust could also print up flyers with two or three pictures of
>>missing Scientologists and brief notes from their parents, and spread them
It is a very good idea and one we decided to do after the suggestion was made in private to us.
>A wonder why a rep from the LMT never responds to any suggestions made
>on this NG.
Your son is Vice-President in charge of this particular area of LMT's activities and I would think you had enough sense to stop disparaging the Lisa McPherson Trust and ask him in private e-mail. It's rather ironic that David would be in charge of parent-child liason Roxy and you are in the dark about it. Why don't you ask him Roxy?
>They only respond if there is the slightest hint of
See I made you right again :-)
>What's wrong with this picture?
I can see Roxy! Can you?