Author Topic: Daniel Austin, ATL Scn arrested by FBI-led Safe Child Task Force Aug 31  (Read 32264 times)

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Holy f$%^ing shit. It is about 90 miles from his home to the town he was supposed to meet this girl. The town is near the Tennessee border. The FBI could have travelled a few miles to make it an interstate case; instead they handed it to the local prosecutors. I am not sure whether that is good news or bad news for Dan. One thing, on these types of stings, the FBI tends to be very thorough, dotting all the i's and crossing all the t's. I have no doubt that the age of the "victim", along with a vulgar rendition of the anticipated acts to be performed  were discussed on a number of different occasions. It is a good thing Matt Hines has not been disbarred yet and can come to the rescue.

It appears his facebook page has been taken down.

Yeah, between the Desmond death cover-up, Matthew Hines, Daniel Austin, Mary Rieser and the gang this (cough) "church" comes off like a criminal enterprise. 
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Good detective work, mefree!! Looks like you are right about the release date being the 21st. Long time to stuck in a detention center. Everone must have abandoned him.

Here's a screenshot



Thanks for posting the screenshot!
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Over on ESMB, Luke wrote:
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Good question.  I was just wondering about this a couple days ago.

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I was, too. He's not registered as a sex offender in the national database.
http://www.nsopw.gov/

His name is Daniel J Austin
http://forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.net/index.php/topic,11866.msg27050.html#msg27050

He s not incarcerated, nor on  parole or probation with the state
http://www.dcor.state.ga.us/GDC/OffenderQuery/jsp/OffQryForm.jsp

Perhaps the charges were dropped? Or they are still investigating?

oops! Just found this:



CATOOSA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT

CALENDAR CALL: JURY TRIAL
March 4, 2013 09:00AM

For Judge: PRESIDING JUDGE

Party Name                          Case#                       Count Offense         Associated Parties

AUSTIN DANIEL JAMES         2012-SU-CR-745-           
 

1 COMPUTER PORNOGRAPHY
2 COMPUTER PORNOGRAPHY
3 CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMMIT A FELONY -16-4-1
4 CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMMIT A FELONY -16-4-1
5 CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMMIT A FELONY -16-4-1
6 CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMMIT A FELONY -16-4-1

(BO) ACE BONDING COMPANY
(AP) BAKER KAY
(AD) HINES MATTHEW C
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http://www.lmjc.net/Catoosa%20Criminal%20A-L.pdf

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Poor guy has Matthew Hines as an attorney  ::)

Seriously, I guess that is all he can afford. The prosecution probably has a solid case.
« Last Edit: February 23, 2013, 13:29 by mefree »
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Put a fork in him, he's done.

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Poor guy has Matthew Hines as an attorney  ::)

Seriously, I guess that is all he can afford. The prosecution probably has a solid case.

I doubt Hines come cheap. He is a scientologist and worships the god of money; Austin is a trained auditor and can deliver a large and costly chunk of an endless bridge to nowhere. And, Elron said, let there be EXCHANGE.

My question is who is Hines working for? He owes a duty to Austin, although he probably doesn't see it that way. If Hines allows Mr. Austin's peccadillo to embarrass the church, they will both have to re-train at Flag  with Mary Reiser. My guess is that Dan is being hatted for ED:/Criminon-Georgia DOC.

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Poor guy has Matthew Hines as an attorney  ::)

Seriously, I guess that is all he can afford. The prosecution probably has a solid case.

I doubt Hines come cheap. He is a scientologist and worships the god of money; Austin is a trained auditor and can deliver a large and costly chunk of an endless bridge to nowhere. And, Elron said, let there be EXCHANGE.

True. I should know better than to think Hines would give discounts.
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My guess is that Dan is being hatted for ED:/Criminon-Georgia DOC.

or a new line - Predonon for sexual predators. LRH's Predator Rundown could cure this, their lawyers will have 76% success rate at getting you off the National Sex Offender Registry and show you how not to get caught next time, all the while leading your family to think you are cured because you will end up on staff.

I wouldn't refer to him as "poor guy" even if Hines is his lawyer. It's unlikely this was his first time hooking up with a child.

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My guess is that Dan is being hatted for ED:/Criminon-Georgia DOC.

Wait....What?

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My guess is that Dan is being hatted for ED:/Criminon-Georgia DOC.

Wait....What?

They tried, in the past, to work with a local black church on a reform initiative of some sort.  I don't know if it was a formal Criminon.   I have some information on this that I'll post later (remind me).  I think it was called Covenant Cathedral Church, in Decatur.  A couple of us looked into it some back in 2008 - it had some ownership peculiarities (peculiar looking to me, anyway), and had moved from a run down strip mall into a large new building soon after they hooked up with scn.  Seemed like it might have been connected to Ebony Awakening.  I think there may have been a local chapter of EA, for black entrepreneurs.  My memory is foggy about this, after 5 years.

Despite being called "Cathedral", it didn't appear to be a Catholic church.
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My guess is that Dan is being hatted for ED:/Criminon-Georgia DOC.

Wait....What?

They tried, in the past, to work with a local black church on a reform initiative of some sort.  I don't know if it was a formal Criminon.   I have some information on this that I'll post later (remind me).  I think it was called Covenant Cathedral Church, in Decatur.  A couple of us looked into it some back in 2008 - it had some ownership peculiarities (peculiar looking to me, anyway), and had moved from a run down strip mall into a large new building soon after they hooked up with scn.  Seemed like it might have been connected to Ebony Awakening.  I think there may have been a local chapter of EA, for black entrepreneurs.  My memory is foggy about this, after 5 years.

Despite being called "Cathedral," it didn't appear to be a Catholic church.

 Mary, I also remember this vague church relationship. I did not know or ever heard of anything remotely related to "Criminon" here in Georgia. How would it benefit Narconon of Georgia to become in some incarnation a "Criminon"? Narconon of Georgia letting go of the "Narconon" brand name recognition though tainted would really harm its internet based business model and financial bottom line in my opinion?

 Also who is this "Dan" skyDog is referring too? I have met a "Dan" from Narconon of Georgia and is,was staff at that time.

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ST, it's me you're replying to, not Mary.   ;)  I don't know if Mary knew anything about this or not. 

I don't think the plan was to have Narconon change to being a Criminon; I think it (or whatever the reform initiative was to be called) was to be in addition to NN, and it was intended to target the black community.

I think skydog is referring to Daniel Austin, the subject of this thread.
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ST, it's me you're replying to, not Mary.   ;)  I don't know if Mary knew anything about this or not. 

I don't think the plan was to have Narconon change to being a Criminon; I think it (or whatever the reform initiative was to be called) was to be in addition to NN, and it was intended to target the black community.

I think skydog is referring to Daniel Austin, the subject of this thread.
Skydog thinks Dan could be tapped to be ED of N of G or Criminon? I haven't the vaguest idea what DAN skydog is talking about unless he is making a joke with the DOC reference.

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ST, it's me you're replying to, not Mary.   ;)  I don't know if Mary knew anything about this or not. 

I don't think the plan was to have Narconon change to being a Criminon; I think it (or whatever the reform initiative was to be called) was to be in addition to NN, and it was intended to target the black community.

I think skydog is referring to Daniel Austin, the subject of this thread.
Skydog thinks Dan could be tapped to be ED of N of G or Criminon? I haven't the vaguest idea what DAN skydog is talking about unless he is making a joke with the DOC reference.

It was a joke. And the Dan referenced in Skydog's post is Daniel Austin, the subject of this thread, the guy charged with the crimes mentioned in this thread. Crimes which now make him eligible for being an ED of Criminon ( joke joke)
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ST, it's me you're replying to, not Mary.   ;)  I don't know if Mary knew anything about this or not. 

I don't think the plan was to have Narconon change to being a Criminon; I think it (or whatever the reform initiative was to be called) was to be in addition to NN, and it was intended to target the black community.

I think skydog is referring to Daniel Austin, the subject of this thread.
Skydog thinks Dan could be tapped to be ED of N of G or Criminon? I haven't the vaguest idea what DAN skydog is talking about unless he is making a joke with the DOC reference.

It was a joke. And the Dan referenced in Skydog's post is Daniel Austin, the subject of this thread, the guy charged with the crimes mentioned in this thread. Crimes which now make him eligible for being an ED of Criminon ( joke joke)
Ok got it. I'm a little perturded about something else at the moment and did not get the joke.

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Ok got it. I'm a little perturded about something else at the moment and did not get the joke.

Oh no! Is perturded anything like enturbulated?  :o
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Ok,I don't mean to derail the thread and hopefully will tie my rambling thoughts together. If narconon equals pot; criminon is akin to heroin. Most of the research shows that scientology counseling (Criminon) helps make criminals better at avoiding detection from their crimes.  Educating documented sociopaths in mental processes that are designed to impair the free will and manipulate their subjects is idiotic -  well so is everything else about it.

Dan Austin is living proof that scientology does not work. If it did, he wouldn't be facing criminal charges for attempting to have sex with a teenage girl over thirty years his junior. Like it or not, he will have to undergo psychiatric and psychological counseling and may even be prescribed psychotropic drugs manufactured by evil and suppressive people. Unfortunately, the only friends he has are scientologists; they will remain loyal to him long enough to convince him that the best solution to his legal problem is the path that is least damaging to the reputation of the church. Once this "flap" is resolved, Dan Austin will become an unperson in the eyes of the church.


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Ok got it. I'm a little perturded about something else at the moment and did not get the joke.

Oh no! Is perturded anything like enturbulated?  :o

 Yaz it be! I speakin a neu brand o engrish ;D

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