July 30, 1998
Mrs. Therese Minton
39 West Cedar St.
Boston, MA 02114
Via Courier in U.K.
Dear Mrs. Minton:
Last Sunday I had a short letter delivered to you in the interest of opening up communication to resolve matters in which we share a mutual concern.
Though I did not hear from you, within hours my letter to you had been characterized on the Internet as a 6-page letter reportedly containing statements I did not make. The posting by Bob is attached in case you have not seen it. Among other things, it includes a rather unpleasant threat.
You are probably under considerable stress and you need to understand that my interests at this point are similar to yours. I want to inform you of facts and assist you, and I think I am in a position to do so.
Neither I nor anyone in the Church of Scientology has ever had any intention to interfere with your life and happiness. For reasons unbeknownst to me, your husband set upon a vicious crusade against my religion. He gallantly stated on national television that when you said you'd had enough, he'd stop. It is ironic that in this same show Stacy Young referred to him as an angel who came out of nowhere into her life.
It's a well-known fact that people have had violent reactions when their hidden secrets are revealed and this appears to have been the case after Bob's affair with Stacy Young was inadvertently exposed. As you may have learned, he fired shots at people who saw him and Stacy together at your home in Sandown. I would imagine that at this point you have had enough, yet he is clearly not stopping and, in fact, is now going to dangerous extremes.
July 30, 1998
Mrs. Minton, I have never met you, and your only information about me is what you have heard from your husband and Stacy Young who would have nothing but the worst things to say about me.
I reiterate the request of my earlier letter. I wish to make you aware of information through a face-to-face meeting at your convenience. Again, I believe that if you were aware of all the facts you would not support what is happening.
You can contact me at 213-960-3500 or by fax at 213-960-5308.