The next step: we need to act!

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Postby a different guest » Fri May 26, 2006 11:17 pm

I don't know about a 'plan' either.

Perhaps us out of the plan could start our own plan, and make mysterious posts about it? :D
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Postby Free Thinker » Sat May 27, 2006 5:34 am

I'm in ADG. My version of the plan includes cupcakes, if anyone's interested...

In seriousness, I haven't heard of such a plan either.

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Postby a different guest » Sat May 27, 2006 6:16 am

Free Thinker wrote:I'm in ADG. My version of the plan includes cupcakes,


OK - and I've got the tim tams covered

But I think we should discuss what sort by PM.
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Postby BoeingDriver » Sat May 27, 2006 12:15 pm

Ahhhhh.......the plan, one so cunning you could stick a tail on it and call it a weasel :crazyeyes:

ADG: TimTams - the ones with the fudge centre that goes all chewy when you leave them in the fridge - now that's what I call a plan!!!!!

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Postby 1980sstJ » Sat May 27, 2006 1:11 pm

The plan is proper legal action. Can the person who posted to me about it also post the others on this thread?

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Postby a different guest » Sat May 27, 2006 1:25 pm

The plan is proper legal action.


Well why the secrecy? And exclusion of people?

Meanwhile "Plan b" is growing in momentum - thousands of PMs are going about the board regarding cup cakes and tim tams (damn you BD for mentioning the fudge-centred ones - we now have more people than we know what to do with. Trust you will take on a managing role).
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Postby mgormez » Sat May 27, 2006 4:21 pm

I feel so left alone :?

No one has PMed me about Plan A and neither has anyone patted me on my back with a heartfelt "Here ye go matie, a fudgy Tim Tam for ya. Cheers!"

Oh well.. Guess I've to make my own happiness.
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Postby mm- » Sat May 27, 2006 5:41 pm

1980sstj wrote
* There is talk of legal action through a no-win no-fee lawyer. (I am all for it.)


I have been made aware of a lawyer who specialises in cult issues and who knows the ins and outs of the SES quite well. I am told that this can be done on a no win- no fee basis or for those who prefer on a fee paying basis.

Legal action is not for everyone but for those who are interested I can PM the details.

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Postby 1980sstJ » Mon May 29, 2006 8:55 pm

I will be taking legal action.

I have taken this decision after a lot of soul-searching and also discussion with family and friends. I have not come to this decision lightly.

I have consulted some experts already and am confident I can get a good result.

If St James had removed the teacher who abused me from his post at the current school following the inquiry report, I would not be taking this step. Boddy is going to regret his cowardice.

I encourage others to give serious thought to this route.

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Postby a different guest » Tue May 30, 2006 11:15 am

I wish you luck with your legal action ssj. If courst rules allow - can you keep us posted re progress?

and would you like a tim tam? :)
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Postby Ben W » Fri Jun 02, 2006 2:38 pm

Posting from home has become hard since two of my kids conspired between them to pour an entire glass of orange juice over the keyboard.

1980sstJ - Although you have not posted on this BB any details of what you went through I get the impression that it may have been towards the worst end of the scale. I think it is very brave of you to take this path. Good luck to you. If there is anything I can do to support you please let me know.

Can't write any more - my hands are aching from the effort of pressing the keys...

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Ben
Child member of SES from around 1967 to around 1977; Strongly involved in Sunday Schools ; Five brothers and sisters went to ST V and St J in the worst years


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