German supporter of Scientology sends 120-page letter - 2014-10-12

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F0.png German supporter of Scientology sends 120-page letter October 12, 2014, Wes Wolfe, Kinston

The Free Press got Sasse'd.

Karsten Sasse, who hails from the German town of Winsen in Lower Saxony, has been at this for a while.

He wrote a 120-page letter dated March 29, 1999 to the U.N. Commission for Human Rights in New York City. It's printed on double-sided paper, single-spaced, and entirely auf Deutsch.

The introductory letter addressed to The Free Press — and dated Jan. 30, 2008, though it arrived last week — reads, "Dear ladies and gentlemen, I am sending you a few documents and facts about the Church of Scientology and other organizations to hold or that may be and could be of interest."

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Wes | last = Wolfe | title = German supporter of Scientology sends 120-page letter | url = http://www.kinston.com/news/local/german-supporter-of-scientology-sends-120-page-letter-1.385986 | work = Kinston | date = October 12, 2014 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}