Master of Disaster
Orgs are not going to respond to emails from people on their "enemies" lists. I can see Scientology being very skittish about emails. An email is harder to disavow, especially if your email provider shows it as having originated from their IP address.I did try to contact the Church of Scientology to determine if this stalking was coming from them, but it appeared my emails got intercepted by a hacker. If you are interested I could remove my identifying information and post the exchange. It wasn't going anywhere anyway.
Well, yes and no. While each org is incorporated separately, it's fairly well established that the international hierarchy exercises control over the supposedly "independent" orgs. But you are correct about the difficulty in suing them in court. What they will do is drag the case out for years, spending $millions in order to force YOU to spend money until you run out of money and have to drop the case.All I learned is that each church is incorporated independently, so there is no such thing as "The Church of Scientology", there are only particular churches of Scientology. The subtext is that you can't sue "The Church", you have to sue "The church of Boston" and then you have to sue "The church of Seattle" and so on and so on. This makes it more difficult to prosecute Scientologists as a group, which isn't really where I was going with the discussion anyway.
The reason they will spend 10 times the money on lawyers, as the amount in dispute, is that the survival of Scientology depends on lawyers seeing suing Scn as a money-loser. Otherwise, there would be THOUSANDS of lawsuits springing up, once the dam was breached.
It would be different if you were able to get some investigative reporter, or Leah Remini's team, interested in the story, especially if you could document the Scn connections of these fake buyers. The prospect of some news organization doing a segment on the lengths to which Scn will go, in order to harass "enemies", would freak OSA out. They would run away rather than let that happen.