We all know that PMs and the private information imparted in them are not to be posted on the board......right?
Pat has seven daughters and three sons, most of them have different fathers because she never had any ethics. She was married seven times, and didn't raise a single one of those children. It is my understanding that grand-daughter Maria is now in the Sea Org. Pat's story of disconnection evolves from one person to another depending on her agenda and she has very little to do with her extended family unless she wants something. That sweet child you see in the photo is her grand-daughter Angela (taken in front of Pat's Elma, WA home sometime in the late 1990s), who has a disability similar to Jett Travolta. Ray Krenik has lived on a mental disability for over twenty years, no job necessary. Much of Pat's life was spent with no job, her children eating out of garbage cans, left with no adult supervision, living in a condemned LA home where the kids could and did step through the rotted stairs. Pat and her daughter Sylvia were living off Angela's disability check, until Angela decided she wanted to live on her own. Then Pat & Sylvia became furious and attempted to stop Angela from receiving her benefits, and sent HER a disconnect letter! Sylvia, who has never been married, but uses a number of different last names, has three children. Two of those children were fathered by one of Pat's husbands, so they have at least one aunt who is also a half sister. Sound a little sick? What Pat is talking about in her posts regarding LRH and Ralph Ojeda (aka Refugio Ojeda/Ralph Angel), assisting him legally, is all about the rape of her daughters, something she never lifted a finger to stop. Ralph's sons followed in daddy's foot-steps, Eric B. Ojeda is now serving 20 years in California for more than 20 counts of rape of a child under the age of 14, his girlfriend's daughter. Eric was arrested at his mommy's home where she was trying to hide him from California authorities. Pat is definitely NOT the suffering ex, she is about as low tone as any snake in the grass.
Well, I wasn't going to mention this, but... since you posted a link to Pat's essay, let me quote a passage from it:
"Ron stood by his friend though, and in 1965 when Ralph was in legal trouble, LRH wrote a hand-written supressive person ethics declare on the person who had made the complaint. Ron Hubbard lived his life in a manner that he later set down as policy in his "Simon Bolovar" and other power policies. It didn't matter if Ralph was guilty of the offense, Ralph was his friend and the other guy was not a Scientologist. The declare was written on goldenrod. Ralph survived his trial with a "not guilty" verdict, and I was blinded by hand-written goldenrod, which helped obscure much of the truth. I believed Ralph, I believed LRH, and my daughters grew up wondering how mom could be so blind."
Ralph Ojeda was her husband. Do I need to get more specific?
Anyway, Pat only has one daughter involved with the Church, and it's not Teresa Blodgett (that's not even her last name anymore). I don't know where you got that information. Her grandson is no longer involved with the Church. What the grandson and his sister don't like is how their aunt who is involved with the Church won't speak to their mother who lives next door to Pat. However, the grandson and his sister can't really put too much blame on the Church for the aunt's relationship with Pat.
As for Teresa, she has never been a Scientologist. All I'll say is that Pat and Teresa's boyfriend don't like each other too much, but this is something that has been going on since the end of 2011. That has definitely been a factor. Teresa's boyfriend is not involved with the Church either. Pat's relationship/non-relationship with Teresa has got nothing to with the Church.
Look, I have friends and family still involved who won't take the critics seriously when there is misinformation. Understand? Pat's daughter wouldn't take Scientology seriously as long as Pat was involved, and she won't take the critics seriously when Pat is a poster-child for "broken up families."