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