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It’s a shorter drive from Nueva near Antonio Texas over the Mexican border than from Ingleside on the Bay…

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Good morning, dearest Marty,

It’s a much shorter drive from Nueva near Antonio Texas over the Mexican border than from Ingleside on the Bay…  And just 25 minutes to disappear with any plane anywhere. Just having a “flash forward into the future”. 

Imagine this scenario: You, the original Marty in Scientology is coming finally free and Mosey’s husband learning of it. He could hide then in Mexico or another country, because your public appearance will number his days as your impostor. Besides impostering, there might be also additional  reasons for why he  wants just a very short trip to the Mexican border or the airport.

And something else: Imagine the USA filing for an extradition and Mosey’s husband telling law enforcement of that country in which he hides that he is not the man the USA is looking for, because he is born 1957 and that impostor (and what else he is accused of) and who married Monique (Mosey) is born 1959. He then refers to the marriage certificate on which he entered a false date of birth. He planned all in advance, it seems.    

Bet Mosey’s husband has a little emergency suitcase already packed. David Miscavige too, I strongly assume. They might become neighbors in Mexico one day.   

In middle of all the people who surround them, they must be both rather lonely people with huge problem’s wearing heavily down on them and they likely have  nobody around who they can really openly talk to about their biggest problems. Well, they brought it on their own.

Ron explained often enough what happens if people lie, conspire, plot and commit other OWs. They have nobody to blame but themselves.  

I love you until the end of times, Marty, because you are so different.

Many kisses and yours,

Sarah/Barbara 

This is a cute drawing, although the man looks a bit like a frog. You don’t, you always look like a Prince! 

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Written by Barbara Schwarz

December 5, 2012 at 4:00 am

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  1. Mexico and the USA are having an extradition treaty.

    1. Murder or manslaughter; abortion.
    2. Malicious wounding or injury.
    3. Abandonment of minors or other dependents when there is danger of injury or death.
    4. Kidnapping; child stealing; abduction; false imprisonment.
    5. Rape; statutory rape; indecent assault; corruption of minors, including unlawful
    sexual acts with or upon children under the age of consent.
    6. Procuration; promoting or facilitating prostitution.
    7. Robbery; burglary; larceny.
    8. Fraud.
    9. Embezzlement.
    10. An offense against the laws relating to counterfeiting and forgery.
    11. Extortion.
    12. Receiving or transporting any money, valuable securities, or other property
    knowing the same to have been unlawfully obtained.
    13. Arson; malicious injury to property.
    14. Offenses against the laws relating to the traffic in, possession, production,
    manufacture, importation or exportation of dangerous drugs and chemicals, including
    narcotic drugs, cannabis, psychotropic drugs, opium, cocaine, or their derivatives.
    15. Offenses against the laws relating to the control of poisonous chemicals or
    substances injurious to health.
    16. Piracy.
    17. Offenses against the safety of means of transportation including any act that would
    endanger a person in a means of transportation.
    18. An offense relating to unlawful seizure or exercise of control of trains, aircraft,
    vessels, or other means of transportation.
    19. Offenses against the laws relating to prohibited weapons, and the control of
    firearms, ammunition, explosives, incendiary devices or nuclear materials.
    20. An offense against the laws relating to international trade and transfers of funds or
    valuable metals.
    21. An offense against the laws relating to the importation, exportation, or
    international transit of goods, articles, or merchandise, including historical or
    archeological items.
    22. Violations of the customs laws.
    23. Offenses against the laws relating to the control of companies, banking institutions,
    or other corporations.
    24. Offenses against the laws relating to the sale of securities, including stocks, bonds
    and instruments of credit.
    25. Offenses against the laws relating to bankruptcy or rehabilitation of a corporation.
    26. Offenses against the laws relating to prohibition of monopoly or unfair transactions.
    27. Offenses against the laws relating to protection of industrial property or copyright.
    28. Offenses against the laws relating to abuse of official authority.
    29. Bribery, including soliciting, offering and accepting bribes.
    30. Perjury; false statements to any governmental authority. Subornation of perjury or
    false statements.
    31. Offenses against the laws relating to obstruction of justice, including harboring
    criminals and suppressing evidence.

    http://sitemaker.umich.edu/drwcasebook/files/u.s.__mexico_extradition_treaty.pdf

    Recorder

    December 5, 2012 at 2:27 pm

  2. DM and his most outspoken critic one day together in Mexico? But who will be the boss then?

    Edna V.

    December 10, 2012 at 11:12 pm

  3. Victor

    December 14, 2012 at 9:56 pm

  4. One day, we’ll see if you were right or not…

    Indie or not

    January 7, 2013 at 3:15 pm

    • He’s repeating this: If you tell the truth, it becomes a part of your past. If you lie, it becomes a part of your future.’

      That means the consequences that he impostors the original Marty will follow him in his future.

      Barbara Schwarz

      January 7, 2013 at 5:06 pm


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