We Need Another Michael Meisner

Escalus

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I think it's fairly safe to assume that somewhere out there someone from OSA is reading this and other boards on a regular basis.

The chances are pretty good that someone out there, and I think more than one actually, has seen enough of the evidence - being exposed to things of this nature repeatedly - to begin to harbor a small seed of doubt.

This person (these people) need to understand that they are in the ultimate position to do the greatest good for the greatest number because they have access and may even be in possession of materials that will help our prosecutors
complete the case currently being built.

I would remind this person (these people) that there once was a fellow by the name of Mike Meisner who worked in what was then known as the Guardian's Office. having come to his senses - like all good Midwestern boys fed on apple pie an' bisquits will, eventually - he was about to turn state';s evidence and blow the whistle on Operation Snow White when other members of the Guardian's Office kidnapped him and held him against his will. He escaped, partly because he asked himself "if we're the most ethical group on the planet, why is it so important we lie to the government?" He took the information and what evidence he had directly to the FBI.

This resulted in the indictment and conviction, as felons, of quite a number of high level Scientology mavens - the most notable being Mary Sue Hubbard, who took the fall for the old bigot in the sky (who subsequently went into hiding because, you know, he was such a powerful being and all).

Those of us who knew Mike, even in passing, have no idea what became of him. The probable truth is that he is in witness protection for the rest of his life because if the high-ethics Scientologists ever found him they would probably slit his throat.

But he is a hero of national proportions, and even if part of his motivation was to save his own hide, he did the right thing in the end.

We need you (singular and plural) to do the same thing now. You are sitting on the key. You know who to contact.

Start.
 

uncle sam

Silver Meritorious Patron
Urbana - the town that keeps on giving

I knew both Mike and Patsy, do you think they look alike?
Mike used to slink around the org always looking for a car to borrow- he'd never put any gas in the car or give any $ for the gas he used. I guess the places he robbed really were not far away and it was all for a good/great/fantastic /wonderful cause anyway. He came clean in order not to become a girlfriend of some huge monster in prison- can't blame him for that- now can we - but gee he wasn't all that good looking to begin with. No offense Mike if you're on this board.It's a terrible thing when you become so enamored with the cos or anything that committing felonies becomes a way of religious worship.:duh: :duh:
 

Smurf

Gold Meritorious SP
Can someone identify the woman on the right? Is this Patsy Meisner, former Scilon?

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AnonyMary

Formerly Fooled - Finally Free
Can someone identify the woman on the right? Is this Patsy Meisner, former Scilon?

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I don't know what she looks like, never met her, but - (and don't quote me on this because I am still reading it on and off when I have long stretches of time to spare and devote to it) - IIRC, Michael Meisner is mentioned in Tony's book Miss Lovely, as now living in Maine --

The photo you posted was taken at and posted on the website of Bowdoin College, which is located in Maine.

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community.bowdoin.edu
Left to Right: Anh Hoang '15, Mark Chen '15 and host Patsy Meisner at the annual Bowdoin Community Host Program banquet

Now I need to go back and double check what I read. It was a one sentence statement about his current situation, nothing further about him.
 

Smurf

Gold Meritorious SP
I don't know what she looks like, never met her, but - (and don't quote me on this because I am still reading it on and off when I have long stretches of time to spare and devote to it) - IIRC, Michael Meisner is mentioned in Tony's book Miss Lovely, as now living in Maine --

The photo you posted was taken at and posted on the website of Bowdoin College, which is located in Maine.

Thanks, Mary. :thumbsup: I have since confirmed this is, indeed, Michael Meisner's wife, Patricia Marie (Patsy). I'm just getting to the end of Tony O's book where he mentions that Michael & Patsy now live in New England and Michael is retired from the energy business.

Oh, and, Michael, the go-to guy in the GO proved himself to be the ultimate pansy.. refusing to interview with Tony for his book.

https://www.linkedin.com/pub/patsy-meisner/19/85a/4b0

https://www.facebook.com/patricia.meisner. (His daughter, Jessica Meisner Francis is also on FB & was recently wed.)

http://www.unitedstatesphonebook.com/search.php?last=MEISNER&state=ME

http://www.advancedbackgroundchecks.com/michael+meisner/595654

Email search: Michael Meisner - [email protected]

Jessica & husband are involved in a Maine scholarship fund. Can someone identify the man in the FB page's profile pic -far left in green T-shirt?

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tanglewood-Staff-Alumni-Scholarship-Fund/213432235347734

The energy company Michael used to be CEO of (now retired) remains in good standing with the Maine Corporate Commission, even though it was decommissioned years ago for being unsafe.

Legal Name: MAINE YANKEE ATOMIC POWER COMPANY
Charter No: 19660153 D
Filing Type: BUSINESS CORPORATION - Filed: 01/03/1966
Status: GOOD STANDING
Other Names: MAINE YANKEE, INC.
Registered Agent: R SCOTT MAHONEY, AUGUSTA, ME 04336

https://icrs.informe.org/nei-sos-icrs/ICRS

http://www.animatedsoftware.com/environm/no_nukes/nukelist1.htm

"Maine Yankee’s chief nuclear officer Michael Meisner told the state panel that citizens “ultimately will have to rely on security experts” to judge if the plant, now halfway through a $600-million dismantling process, is safe."

http://www.portlandphoenix.com/ARCHIVE/features/01/11/23/feat_yankee.html
 
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