OFFICE OF SPECIAL AFFAIRS
1 September 2006
OSA Network Order No. 1151
(Excerpted from an LRH evaluation of a legal case in 1973.)
Lead as feasible the plaintiff or his association into making statements in sworn deposition or under oath that can be shown to be false. Develop such data from Int and other records and lead them into asserting a thing that can be proven false, then prove it false and move for a charge of perjury.
Constant alertness must be kept at all stages of this suit for perjury. This is the key to it. You will find that:
1. THEY DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU KNOW OR HAVE RECORDS OF.
2. Their strategy will not be perfect and the general strategy of attack envisioned at first probably won’t materialize but other oddball things will.
3. Their first perjuries should be let pass as they will be small. This will embolden them.
4. As soon as you have several small ones and a reliable big one, MOVE TO CHARGE FOR PERJURY and dispose of the case by using the falsity of the plaintiffs against them in this fashion.
L. RON HUBBARD