Plaintiff's Composite Exhibit #111 in Dandar disqualification hearing


To: Mr. Brian Haney
From: Pastor H. Billingslea, Jr.
Date: January 12, 1999

For your information: a few days ago, I received another call from someone
associated with the Church of Scientology. This time, the person identified
himself as Heber Jentzsch, who, I have come to understand, is the President
of that organization.

Mr. Jentzsch wanted to know whether I had talked with you concerning your
attacks against the Church of Scientology. He says that he is aware that
I had been contacted and requested to do so. As a matter of fact, he stated
that he had talked with me previously, but if he did, I am not aware of it.

Mr. Jentzsch suggested that I should make a strong effort to persuade you
to utilize your time, energy, and resources in helping your own denomination
rather than fighting against theirs. He also asked what I might suggest to
resolve this situation. Now, for the record, I informed Mr. Jentzsch that
it is not my practice nor responsibility to dictate the way that anyone uses
their finances.

Although I am beginning to resent these calls, I am trying to maintain a
Christian attitude and put forth a polite and courteous demeanor.


Date: October 13, 1999 To: Mr. Brian Haney From: Pastor Hurdie Billingslea, Jr. Ref.: Curious Telephone Call On or about Thursday, October 7, 1999, I received a call from a man who identified himself as Rev. Leonard Jackson of First A.M.E. Church in Los Angeles, California. After a few minutes of small talk, he asked me if I was aware that you are a member of the Church of Scientology. When I informed him that I am aware of the fact that you were once a member but no longer affiliated, he switched his approach. He, then, told me that it had been suggested that he should call me and encourage me to talk to you in reference to your opposition to the Church of Scientology. Although the conversation lasted several minutes, (to the best of my recollection) the jist of it was to inform me that the Church of Scientology has done some good things in the Los Angeles area and other areas. And he said, "It has been suggested that if you have the kind of energy and resources to so vehemently oppose the teachings of the Church of Scientology, you might better utilize them in the A.M.E. Church." Now, this is by no means meant to be my way of responding to the request of this caller: but, rather, to inform you that this call did indeed take place.
To: Mr. Brian Haney From: Pastor H. Billingslea, Jr. Date: December 1, 1999 For your information, I received a call today from a person who identified himself as Gene Ingram, L.P.I. Mr. Ingram stated that he had been told that you and I are very close friends; therefore, he thought that I might be able to talk with you and appeal to your better judgment. Mr. Ingram informed me that, at this present time, you were in Clearwater, Florida, with a group protesting 'The Church of Scientology'; and he wanted me to explain what it is that you have against this religious group. He also informed me that you had donated over $100,000.00 in support of some trial or case. (I do not remember the particulars, but he mentioned the names Lopez and Dan Leipold.) I do not know why these people think that I control your thinking, but I thought you ought to know.






This exhibit was referenced during this session:
Testimony of Brian Haney // June 19, 2002. Morning Session


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