The injunction that Marin County Superior Court Judge Gary W. Thomas signed on October 17, 1995 provides the legal descriptions of the activities in which members of the class of persons acting in concert with Gerry must participate.
This survey utilizes the injunction’s language and definitions so that a very clear determination of class membership can be made.
Each of the questions below concerns a set of Scientology organizations and individuals referred to collectively in the injunction as the “beneficiaries.” The proper names or identities of all the organizational or individual beneficiaries are not known at this time.
The term “voluntarily” means not compelled by subpoena or legal process to assist persons as specified.
In questions 4 and 5, the term “Scientology” is undifferentiated and pertains to the subject, philosophy, religion, movement and/or enterprise.
The term “not a member of Gerry Armstrong’s immediate family” should be understood to mean not his mother or his brothers, and not Caroline Letkeman, her father, mother, brothers, sisters or daughter.
The term “his attorney” refers to any of the several attorneys Gerry has had who are in some way connected to Scientology-related litigation. This list should not be considered exhaustive: Michael J. Flynn, Julia Dragojevic, Bruce M. Bunch, Michael Tabb, Charles B. O’Reilly, Michael L. Walton, Joseph A. Yanny, Ford Greene, Toby L. Plevin, Paul Morantz, George W. Abbott, John M. Merrett
I am not a lawyer and nothing I have stated should be taken as legal advice. The class will hire a lawyer to prosecute our case as soon as possible.