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Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 R (K-2)

February 1, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 R (K-2) The report concerns the boat incident and Krentzman incident. I, (Lt. Emmons), made contact with Federal and State authorities asking permission to investigate the case. This case was outlined previously in this summary.

Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RK-2

February 1, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RK-2 The affidavit of Richard Bast and the declaration of Robert S. Keefer. This affidavit and declaration were filed in Federal Court reference the Tonja Burden Case. The affidavit and declaration were filed to explain Mr. Bast's role in the Judge Krentzman boat incident.

Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 R (S-5)

February 2, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 R (S-5) This is a follow-up report concerning Laurel Sullivan's testimony. I contacted Federal Prosecutor, John Fitzgibbons, in regards to Ms. Sullivan's upcoming testimony. Mr. Fitzgibbon's wanted to be informed if Ms. Sullivan had any testimony about the Judge Krentzman situation or any other situation Scientology might have been involved in concerning Federal judges.

Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RT S-5H

February 3, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RT S-5H This report concerns the conversation with Marie King regarding Laurel Sullivan coming to Florida to testify. The content of this report was covered earlier in this summary.

Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RT S-5

February 3, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RT S-5 The report is about a meeting among Agent Steve VanGura, Lt. Emmons, and Agent Larry Sprinkle of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service discussing Laurel Sullivan's alien/immigration status.

Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RP-1E

February 3, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RP-1E This report is about a Scientology document left in a public place. A confidential source gave me, (Lt. Emmons), a Scientology document which was left in the phone booth near the downtown Maas Brothers store. This document indicates persons unknown apparently conducted a brief background information report on some prominent Clearwater community leaders. The documents indicate whether these prominent persons are friendly or unfriendly toward Scientology.

Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 R (0-2a)

February 6, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 R (0-2a) This report is concerning some information from the Ontario Provincial Police - Const. Bruce Burley. Const. Bruce Burley stated lawyers for Mary Sue Hubbard wanted to plea bargain his client. Also Const. Burley had documents to prove Hubbard is not a Doctor of Philosophy. Const. Burley agreed to send these documents to me, (Lt. Emmons)

Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RA (5a)

February 7, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RA (5a) This report concerns information from the Australian ConsulateGeneral, Los Angeles, Inspector Peter Lamb, about high Australian Scientology officials coming to Clearwater.

Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RT S-5G

February 7, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RT S-5G This report concerns a conversation between Laurel Sullivan and myself, (Lt. Emmons), reference Ms. Sullivan's immigration status.

Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RI-8a

February 8, 1984: Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RI-8a This report concerns information from Special I.R.S. Prosecutor, Martin Cohen. Mr. Cohen informed me, (Lt. Ray Emmons), a law clerk working on the Scientology case was murdered in a parking garage in Washington, D.C. After making contact with the appropriate officials, I, (Lt. Emmons), was informed the law clerk in question, a Mr. Gluckman, was a victim of a homosexual robbery/murder. The police officers working the case assured me the murder was not connected to the Scientology organization.

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February 20, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 R (S-1D) Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 R (S-1D) This summary is an accounting of various investigative steps taken by Lt. Emmons for the years 1983-1984. This report was completed in preparation for meetings with congressional representatives in March 1984. police report
February 15, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 RT (S5K) Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 RT (S5K) This report concerns conversations between Lt. Emmons of the Clearwater Police Department and Assistant States' Attorney reference Laurel Sullivan's immunity and probable testimony. In this report, Lt. Emmons notifies Marie King that Laurel Sullivan is coming to Clearwater to testify before Canadian police officials and Emmons. King informs him that he probably won't be allowed to enter the room when Sullivan was testifying because Sullivan did not have immunity. King says the States' Attorney, James Russell, will not be rushed into making a decision on the immunity question despite the fact the Canadians have given Sullivan immunity. Russell's general over-all posture, according to King, was simply turn Sullivan over to the Canadians without local law enforcement/prosecution involvement. This report is also about the Emmons' attempts to notify Mr. Fitzgibbons of the U.S. Attorney's Office concerning Laurel Sullivan's testimony. police report
February 13, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 RT (S5H) Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 RT (S5H) This report is concerning two conversations with Assistant States' Attorney reference immunity for Laurel Sullivan. The substance of this report was elaborated on in a prior section of this summary. police report
February 9, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 R (K2F) Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 R (K2F) This report is a letter from a supposedly German investor regarding the investments of property in the Clearwater area by German businessmen. Lt. Emmons believes this letter to Sam Casella, a member of the Clearwater Downtown Development Board, was the instrument used to set up the phony meetings between private detectives in the emply of the Scientology organization and Clearwater businessmen. Since he was under advice not to interfere with the investigation of the boat incident and since the F.B.I. had not acted upon any of the information he had thus far given them, he did not inform Federal agents of this letter. police report
February 9, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 RT (S5I) Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 RT (S5I) This report concerns the development of other high-ranking ex-Scientologists as potential witnesses. Later on in this surmmary, it will be explained how the development of witnesses took place. Also explained later on is the procedure worked out among Lt. Emmons of the Clearwater Police Department and the various lawyers representing the ex-Scientologists to make them available for testimony for Canadian officials. police report
February 9, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 RT (S5J) Clearwater Police Dept Report Number SR3.1 RT (S5J) This report concerns the availability of Homer Schemer to testify for law enforcement officials. Lt. Emmons later arranged to have Schemer meet Canadian officials for the purpose of testimony. police report
February 8, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RI-8a Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RI-8a This report concerns information from Special I.R.S. Prosecutor, Martin Cohen. Mr. Cohen informed me, (Lt. Ray Emmons), a law clerk working on the Scientology case was murdered in a parking garage in Washington, D.C. After making contact with the appropriate officials, I, (Lt. Emmons), was informed the law clerk in question, a Mr. Gluckman, was a victim of a homosexual robbery/murder. The police officers working the case assured me the murder was not connected to the Scientology organization. police report
February 8, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 R(K2a) Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 R(K2a) This report concerns conversations Lt. Emmons and other law enforcement officials regarding investigation of the Krentzman boat incident. Emmons tries to find out whether state officials plan to investigate the possible violations of state laws. In one conversation, he is told that US Attorney Merkle will put Emmons in jail for obstruction of justice if he investigates the incident. police report
February 7, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RT S-5G Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RT S-5G This report concerns a conversation between Laurel Sullivan and myself, (Lt. Emmons), reference Ms. Sullivan's immigration status. police report
February 7, 1984 Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RA (5a) Clearwater Police Dept. Report Number SR3.1 RA (5a) This report concerns information from the Australian ConsulateGeneral, Los Angeles, Inspector Peter Lamb, about high Australian Scientology officials coming to Clearwater. police report