[26 April 98 - regarding scientology bothering a web page on AOL]
For those of you who haven't read the few message on this newsgroup regarding my situation, I am a Scientologist seeking REFORM of the CoS. I most often post on AOL's Church Of Scientology board and recently also created a web site. The URL, if you're interested in seeing it before AOL removes it (as I suspect they will,) is http://members.aol.com/honnicut .
Not long ago, I began including my URL on my AOL .sig. As you might imagine, this web site has caused a fair amount of enturbulation among the orthodox Scientologists on AOL.
I was recently notified by another AOLer that my posts were being deleted from the Church Of Scientology board on AOL. I wrote to the board monitor asking about it.[snip]
[different post, same day]
This afternoon I have disabled my AOL web page pending further study of the "collective membership mark" issue. Apparently, Heber Jentzch's comments to the contrary, the term "Scientologist" is legally registered as applying only to recognized members in good standing.
I suspect it is on these grounds that the strongest challenge to my web page may come. Alas, I haven't the resources (in time or money) to challenge this obscene attack on religious freedom.[snip] email@example.com (Honnicut)