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By Mike McClaughry

 

Notice – in this post I talk about a person who goes by many names –

Louise Barnes
Salee Barnes
Salee Aubrienne
Salee Aubrien-Barnes
Salee Aubrein-Barnes
Salee Amina
SaLee Amina
Salee Amina Mohammad
Salee Amina Mohammed
Saleeamina Mohammed
Salee Amina Barnes Mohammed
Salee Aubrein-Barnes Mohammed

This person likes to bully people with threats to sue and by filing merit-less litigation. She has been ruled by the California Court as a vexatious litigant, and she may not file a suit on anyone without court permission. You can see the details at the end of this post. I put this notice here at the beginning to advise anyone who Salee may be currently threatening to sue.

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Me and my wife (Mike and Virginia McClaughry) left the Church of Scientology in 2000. We were soon approached by Salee Barnes (Salee Amina Mohammed) who gave us two info packs full of window dressing about herself. Window dressing is spurious documents created by an intelligence agent or a con artist. Spurious means not genuine or authentic.

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Your correct action is to investigate their claims.

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To kill two birds with one stone, I decided to provide readers with a real-life example of forging documents and events. In some cases this is done in order to mislead researchers, which is certainly an intelligence action in and of itself. Sometimes, it’s part and parcel of a Con, or Confidence trick. But it is also used by intelligence agents, such as those the Church of Scientology often utilizes – to build cover.

Cover – (sometimes called “legend”) – The identity you give an agent in the field.

Forged documents and events would also come under the term “window dressing”.

Definition of ForgeryThe creation of a false written document or alteration of a genuine one, with the intent to defraud.

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Forgery and evidence

Types of evidence

  • Forged evidence – an item or information manufactured, or altered, to support some agenda, is not admissible in many courts, including U.S. criminal courts.
  • Fabricated Evidence  – fictitious testimony or documents offered to a court or jury in order to mislead them. Fabricating evidence involves arranging or manufacturing circumstances or indica, after the act is committed with the intention to use them as evidence and make it appear accidental. Such evidence may be wholly forged and artificial, or it may consist in so warping and distorting real facts to create an impression in the minds of those who observe them as true and genuine.

The ingredients of the legal offense of forgery are:

(1) The making of a false document or part of it;

(2) Such making should be with intent –

  • To cause damage or injury to the public, or to any person; or
  • To support any claim or title; or
  • To cause any person to part with property; or
  • To enter into any express or implied contract; or
  • To commit fraud or that fraud may be committed.
  • Definition of Window Dressing – Materials that are included in a cover story or deception operation to help convince the opposition or casual observers that what they are observing is genuine.

Combining these two ideas together – let’s make this very clear.

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When I say “Forging Documents”

I mean –

  • Any act calculated to render a false or skewed version of events that then appears in writing. This “document” is then used to influence the readers of it to believe something to be true that is either completely or partially untrue.

I can give you a real example that I saw done to build a cover for an intelligence agent.The cover for the agent was that he was a reporter for Times magazine. A Times mag business card with the agent’s name on it was manufactured. A Times magazine article was doctored to make it look like it was written by the agent.

It is hoped that the person viewing this manufactured “proof” will accept that the agent actually is a reporter for Times magazine. If the person being shown this “proof” would have done an investigation, it would not have held up. A simple telephone call to Time magazine would have shown that the agent did not work for Time magazine.

Additionally, if you’d like to review some other basic Intelligence ideas, please see A Short Course on Intelligence and Propaganda.

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Let’s get started.

Another real life example of using window dressing for providing a cover or running a confidence trick involves a lady who goes by several names. She is Sally Corso from Crestwood, Illinois. Other names she uses are –

Salee Barnes
Salee Aubrien-Barnes
Salee Amina Mohammed

Myself and my wife (Mike and Virginia McClaughry) left the Church of Scientology in early 2000. In September 2000 we were contacted by Salee Barnes who said she was no longer a member of the Church of Scientology.

Salee represented herself as being an honorary Arabian princess. She claimed she was a highly paid investment advisor to some Arabian kings. She sent us two info packs which contained numerous newspaper articles to support her claims.

At that time I was contemplating bringing together other Scientologists who had left the Church but who were still delivering Scientology services. I told Salee about that idea whereupon Salee told me that she knew of two estates in California owned by rich Arabs.

One of the estates was an abandoned university, which Salee thought could be used for my idea.

Salee then originated that she wanted to come visit us at our home in northern Idaho.

We told Salee that Virginia was going out of town for a couple of weeks and that we did not want Salee to visit us until Virginia got back. Salee said she would never come to our house when Virginia was not there. The day after Virginia left, Salee showed up and contacted Mike. This was in violation of the agreement that Salee was not to come while Virginia was gone.

The next day Salee told me (Mike) that she had found a building in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho that could work for my idea. Salee then took me to see the building, it was the Masonic building.

Salee was contemplating buying it, with Salee using the bottom floor for a combination restaurant and artwork outlet. Salee said I could have the top floor for delivering Scientology services. Salee said she could provide clientele – the children of rich Arabs who were attending college in America. Salee said she could send those Arab children to me to get them off of drugs before they returned to their home country.

Salee also showed me a house on the river she was considering buying. Salee had her minor son with her, Hunter Barnes. Salee was looking for a place to leave Hunter.

After being here a few days, Salee and her son left, never to return. Perhaps Salee or her  son decided not to live here, I don’t know. But I do know Salee abruptly ceased making offers to provide a location for my idea of delivering Scientology services. And since then Salee has been trying to re-write history on what she said and did back then.

When we questioned Salee on her idea to buy the Masonic building – Salee then said “Before you can pull a rabbit out of a hat, you first have to have a rabbit and a hat”.rabbits and hats

Salee was implying she had no money to buy the building which was in contrast to the previous image she painted of herself wherein she had a lot of money and could afford to buy that building.

The building means nothing to me, I was only contemplating delivering Scientology services and had decided against it. But Salee’s odd behavior meant something to me.

Virginia and I decided to check up on some of Salee’s claims about her background.

In her numerous claims Salee provides newspaper articles, which may or may not be real, but in those articles Salee is making statements about herself to a reporter. It is Salee talking about herself – which does not prove anything.

Now if Salee’s statements in those newspaper articles are untrue statements, that is a kind of forgery. She claims she brokered the sale of the world’s largest diamond to a rich Arab. If that is an untrue event, thoseArabian Nights newspaper articles wherein Salee makes that claim are then helping forward a forgery/hoax.

We did not investigate every claim that Salee makes about herself. But we did look into two of her claims wherein she claimed to have brokered the sale of the world’s largest pearl and the world’s largest diamond.

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The Pearl Claim

Salee claimed she brokered the sale of the World’s Largest Pearl.

The 2003 Internet Archive version of her “history”, has the following:

Dr. Amina also worked for the previous King of Saudi Arabia, who is deceased, His Majesty, King Khalid. For King Khalid, she negotiated and handled acquiring on his behalf the world’s largest pearl (appraised at $42 million,)

On Salee’s current website she gives the complete name for King Khalid of Saudi Arabia – King Khaled Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud

Screenshot of part of her main page that says this.
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The original Pearl sale claim again:

…For King Khalid, she negotiated and handled acquiring on his behalf the world’s largest pearl (appraised at $42 million,)
– the 2003 Internet Archive version of her “history”

The following shows that the above claim by Salee is a lie…

The world’s largest pearl has been given several names –

Pearl of Allah
Pearl of Lao-Tzu
Pearl of Death
Pearl for Peace

Pearl_of_Allah_-_also_called_Pearl_of_Death_and_DestructionTo get us started, we’ll look at what Wikipedia has on the history of its ownership.

The Pearl of Allah, (Pearl of Lao-Tze) the largest pearl on record, was recovered from a giant clam on May 7, 1934, off the coast of Palawan Island, Philippines.

Wilburn Cobb, an American who brought the pearl from the Philippines in 1939 and owned it until his death in 1979, published an account of how he came to own it in Natural History magazine.[1]

After Cobb’s death in 1979, Peter Hoffman and Victor Barbish bought the pearl from his estate for … $200,000  (in 1980).

When Victor Barbish borrowed money from a Joseph Bonicelli, he gave him an interest in the pearl. In 1990, Bonicelli took Barbish to court to collect his loan, and the court ruled that Hoffman, Barbish and Bonicelli were equal partners in the pearl. Bonicelli died in 1998, and after more legal proceedings, the court ordered the pearl to be sold (it has not been), with a third of the money going to Bonicelli’s children.

The pearl is not on display to the public and as of 2008 was being held as part of the probate inventory of Victor M. Barbish.[2] As of 2010, the pearl was owned in three equal shares by the heirs of Joe Bonicelli, Peter Hoffman, and Victor Barbish.

Another 1982 appraisal, by Lee Sparrow who owned a gem laboratory and appraisal business …in San Franciso, put the pearl at $42,000,000.

Wikipedia References (in the above):

1. Wilburn Dowell Cobb (November 1939). “The Pearl of Allah”. Natural History.
2. Probate of Victor M. Barbish / Manatee County, Florida

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So now we know the history of its ownership, as follows:

1934 to 1939 – someone in the Philippines
1939 to 1980 –  Wilburn Dowell Cobb, an American
1980 to 1990 – Peter Hoffman and Victor Barbish
1990 to 2014 – Peter Hoffman, Victor Barbish, and Joseph Bonicelli

The following newspaper articles in 1989 and 1990 prove that King Khalid of Saudi Arabia has never owned the pearl. Khalid bin Abdul aziz Al Saud died June 13, 1982.

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World’s Largest Pearl for Sale–for $10 Million

November 17, 1989| ALAN CITRON | TIMES STAFF WRITER

The Pearl of Allah is being sold as part of a settlement reached between the gem’s owners and their creditors in U.S. District Court in Denver this week.

Beverly Hills jeweler Peter D. Hoffman and his former partner, Victor Barbish, purchased the gem from the estate of Wilburn Dowell Cobb for $200,000 at a San Francisco auction in 1980.

The two men kept the grayish-white pearl until 1986, when it became entangled in a legal case between Barbish and his creditors.

One of the creditors, plaintiff Joseph Bonicelli, said the pearl looks stunning…

The court has given the owners a year to sell the gem, which has spent the last three years gathering dust in a Denver bank vault.

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Here is a newspaper article in 1990 showing that jeweler Peter Hoffman is still the owner of the pearl and he is still trying to sell it.

Sun Journal – May 15, 1990

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Peter Hoffman and Victor Barbish bought the pearl from Wilburn Cobb in 1980 and they still owned it in 1990 after King Khalid had died in 1982. The record of ownership shows that King Khalid never owned the pearl anytime before 1982, and he certainly never owned it after 1982 because he was dead.Dead kings don’t buy pearls.

Salee made this false claim for years –

Dr. Amina also worked for the previous King of Saudi Arabia, who is deceased, His Majesty, King Khalid. For King Khalid, she negotiated and handled acquiring on his behalf the world’s largest pearl (appraised at $42 million,)
the 2003 Internet Archive version of her “history”

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Screenshot of the Internet Archive page.
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That claim has been proven to be a lie. So, she has changed her claim.

Here is a PDF file of the full page as it appeared on her website.
Salee Amina.com bio page saved 1135PM January 19 2014

Screenshot of the relevant part
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In addition, Salee sent the following comment to my blog –

saleeamina@yahoo.com
159.83.196.1 
Submitted on 2014/01/18 at 1:40 am

1/2014 To Mike & Virginia McClaughry, from Salee Amina —

(12) The Pearl of Allah is a pearl (previously called the Pearl of Lao-Tzu), which the sellers decided to contract me to sell, but my clients personal clients had rejected, because the pearl is rather ugly and misshapen.

All the years Salee told people she negotiated and handled acquiring the Pearl of Allah for King Khalid….

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she knew it was a lie.

That is important.

The con artist is like the Wizard of Oz hiding his true identity behind a curtain.

The Man Behind The Curtain - The Wizard of OZ

Investigation tears down window dressing used by an intelligence agent or a con artist.

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The Diamond Claim

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Salee claims she brokered the sale of the Star of Peace diamond to a rich Arab.

The following is the actual history for the Star of Peace diamond from the Dictionary of Gems and Gemology, Appendices, p.523 – found at Springer online.

This is a screenshot of the relevant part of Table 14: Notable Famous Diamonds.
(Star of Peace is second from the bottom)
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Here it is in plaintext.

Table 14: Notable Famous Diamonds

      name               origin        found in   weight rough    weight cut
Star of Peace  Central Africa    1976            500               170.49     Sold in 1981

The Star of Peace went to the famous diamond company Harry Winston Incorporated.

Manfredo Horowitz worked for Harry Winston Incorporated. Fred Horowitz is renowned for introducing big stones and fabulous gems by Harry Winston, to the rich and famous in Europe and the Far East. Fred Horowitz operated out of Switzerland. – London Hotel Magazine

Manfredo (right)
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Carmen “Tita” Cervera would go look at the Star of Peace diamond at the Geneva office of Harry Winston. Tita says the Star of Peace almost sold three times back then but it did not sell and she finally came to own it in 1981. The man who bought it for her was Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza De Kaszon.

Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza De Kaszon was a multi-billionaire living in Switzerland.

His uncle was Fritz Thyssen, chairman of the board of the Thyssen mining and steelmaking company, founder of Vereinigte Stahlwerke AG in 1926, the biggest mining and steel cartel in the world at the time of Nazi Germany. The Thyssen family was a primary funder of Adolf Hitler, donating 500,000 RM to the elections of 1932 and continuing on to help financially support the Nazi government.

Hitler and Fritz Thyssen

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From Scientology Roots, chapter 22, New World Order and Nazi Germany

In 1922, (William) Averell Harriman, member of Skull and Bones, went to Berlin and made contact with Fritz Thyssen. Rudolf Hess, member of the Thule Society, introduced Fritz Thyssen to Adolf Hitler. Like the Bonesmen, Thyssen believed that the New World Order would be ruled by the kings of banking and commerce.

When Harriman went to Germany, the membership of the Thule Society included Dietrich Eckart, Rudolf Hess, and Heinrich Himmler all of whom became Nazi leaders. The secret society that had anointed Hitler as its leader, would later become known to the world as the SS —The Brotherhood of Death.

Harriman and Thyssen agreed to establish a banking association, and they did in 1924. 16

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Harriman                                                            Thyssen

The W.A. Harriman Company established an international investment firm Union Banking Corporation, which was in business with the Thyssens. George Herbert Walker was made president.

By agreement between Averell Harriman and Fritz Thyssen in 1922, the Union Banking Corporation handled funds chiefly supplied to it through the Dutch bank by the Thyssen interests – for American investment… transferring funds back and forth between New York and the Thyssen interests. The Union Banking Corporation and the Thyssen bank also acted as Nazi fronts and served to launder funds for Thyssen and the Nazis – money and funds that could be used to buy guns, arms, favorable publicity, and dozens of U.S. senators, congressman, and newspaper editors. 16

The Dulles law firm, Sullivan and Cromwell, handled the U.S. affairs of I.G. Farben and Hitler’s major financial backer, Fritz Thyssen. John Foster Dulles wrote “Heil Hitler” on his letters to German clients.

On 20 October 1942, under the Trading with the Enemy Act, the U.S. government ordered the seizure of Nazi German banking operations in New York City which were being directed by Prescott Bush, including the Union Banking Corporation. Union Banking Corporation was run as a front for the Thyssen family of Germany. 16

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Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen’s father – Heinrich Freiherr Thyssen-Bornemisza de Kászon et Impérfalva  – also sat on the board of Vereinigte Stahlwerke AG.

So, presumably some of Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen’s billions came from Fritz Thyssen’s war profiteering and support of Hitler.

So, there is some family history on Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza De Kaszon.

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Manfredo Horowitz
introduced Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen to Tita Cervera in 1981.

Baron Thyssen, using some of those billions, purchased the Star of Peace diamond for Tita Cervera in 1981.

Baron Thyssen married Tita Cervera on 16 August 1985. Tita was his fifth wife and she owns the Star of Peace diamond.

The following book and articles tell the actual history of the Star of Peace diamond…

The Mansions of Limbo  By Dominick Dunne

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Note –

In the above, Tita said she and Baron Thyssen had been married for 3 ½ years. Their marriage was in 1985, so it was 1989 when the above statements were made by Tita.

Tita also said she had been together with Baron Thyssen for 7 years, which means she met Baron Thyssen in 1981. That is the same year the Star of Peace diamond was sold.  The purchaser was Baron Thyssen because Tita said that it almost sold three times before Baron Thyssen bought it for her – that means Tita has been the only owner of the Star of Peace diamond.

Baron Thyssen with his wife Tita Thyssen wearing the Star of Peace
– image from the  Daily Mail

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Article: The Fight for a Fortune. Inside Story
Byline: Marcus Scriven

You are Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza de Kaszon – or Heini to your friends

You have 10 builders working on your house in Belgravia. It is, of course, just one of nine residences…

Such indulgent generosity is your signature: you gave your second wife an island in the Caribbean; your fifth wife has received the 169-carat Star of Peace diamond

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So now we know the history of its ownership, as follows:

1976 to 1981Harry Winston Incorporated
1981 to 2014 – Tita Thyssen

Now that we know that Tita Thyssen has been the only owner of the Star of Peace, take a new look at Salee’s claim that she brokered the sale of the Star of Peace to a rich Arab.

Khaleej Times – March 9, 1981

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Image source.

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Syracuse Herald – March 9, 1981

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Plain text –

“Abu Dhabi (UPI) The World’s largest flawless diamond, the palm-sized Star of Peace valued at more than $12 million, was bought from its Swiss owner by an Arab from the Persian Gulf region, the Khaleej Times reported today.”

The Montreal Gazette – March 10, 1981

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Plain Text excerpts –

ABU DHABI (UPI) The world’s largest flawless diamond, the Star of Peace, which has been valued at more than $12 million, has been bought by an unidentified “Arab personality,” a newspaper reported today.

The Khaleej Times said the palm-sized 170.49 carat diamond, previously owned by a Swiss national, Manfredo Horowitz, was sold to the Arab from the Persian Gulf after four months of negotiations. The selling price was not disclosed.

A Miss Salee-Amina, an American-born resident of the United Arab Emirates, told the newspaper she was the exclusive agent who arranged the sale, the Emirates news agency Wam reported.

The newspaper said she declined to identify the buyer of the stone for “security reasons.” But she said, “he is a very respected and eminent Arab personality in the gulf region.”

The Star of Peace was found in a central African state about five years ago. At the time of discovery, the rough stone weighed more than 500 carats.

It was taken to New York to be cut and polished. According to Salee-Amina, the stone was so dense, special equipment was needed to cut it.

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The Eugene Register-Guard – March 12, 1981

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Washington Post – March 13, 1981

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The Peninsula Times Tribune – March 21, 1981

This is the one Salee gave us as part of the “info pack” she mailed us trying to impress us with her “credentials”.

Pay attention to the obvious photoshop edits – text going down at an angle mid sentence, plus the logo of the paper is not quite lined up right.

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There is a real article, which is like the one above, that I have obtained. I just wonder about the need for messing with the layout by whoever made this copy that was mailed to us.

I obtained the microfilm of this article from a library in California.

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The following images are the real thing.

Front Page

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Article second part page

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Plain Text excerpts –

To European royalty, Arab sheiks and American bankers, Salee Aubrien-Barnes is a genius who they pay $1000 an hour for giving them financial advice.

She just finished arranging for two of them the sale of the world’s largest flawless diamond.

She flies airplanes, races cars, and sails on her yacht. She now makes her home in the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai.

Last week, she arranged to sell the Star of Peace…

Aubrien-Barnes estimated the 170.5 carat jewel is worth $17.5 million.

How did a young woman get so far so fast? Aubrien-Barnes said it was a combination of high intellect, ceaseless drive … and one good stroke of luck.

The latter occurred when Sir Harry Schultz of Great Britain, a world-recognized financial advisor, made Aubrien-Barnes his protégé three years ago, she said.

“He’s a walking financial encyclopedia. He knows everything.” she said. And soon, Aubrien-Barnes said she learned enough to step out of his shadow on her own.

Star of Peace hoax saleSalee does not provide the name of the newspaper or the date for the “article” above. Since it cannot be verified, that alone makes this an invalid document and may even be a dummied-up article as well.

If the above newspaper articles are based on false information provided by Thomas Loder and Salee Barnes, then the newspaper articles are forgeries.

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Maxine Cheshire is a Washington Post reporter.

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She investigated this alleged sale of the Star of Peace diamond wherein Thomas Loder was the owner, Salee was the broker, and the emir of Abu Dhabi was the buyer.

Maxine Chesire wrote an article in the Washington Post exposing this sale as a hoax:

From the Washington Post Archives

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Also from the Washington Post Archives – (see bottom of this post – I have now obtained this article)

‘Loder’ and the $20-Million Hoax VIP
The Washington Post (1974-Current file) – Washington, D.C.
Author: By Maxine Cheshire
Date: Apr 5, 1981

I obtained the microfilm of Maxine’s Washington Post April 2, 1981 article through a librarian.

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Here’s the real thing.

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Article page (VIP section)

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Article page second part (VIP section)

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Plain Text excerpts:

He called himself “Thomas Loder” and had run up unpaid bills of thousands of dollars around Manhattan and left in his wale a widening international mystery that swirls around French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing and Central African empire’s deposed emperor Jean-Bedel Bokass.

For exactly one month, from March 1 to April Fool’s day, someone identifying himself as “Thomas Loder” had been making long-distance calls to news organizations in at least four countries on both sides of the Atlantic, trying to drum up interest into a story into which fact had been interwoven with fiction in such a way as to make the truth elusive.

Diamonds worth millions were the central theme of the tale he told.

The names he dropped included Giscard and Bokassa; Farah Diba, the former empress of Iran and widow of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi; financier Paul Mellon’ and international diamond merchant Harry Winston.

On Friday, March 13, United Press International moved a story out of London to client papers all over the world, including The Washington Post, announcing that a 26-year-old British aristocrat named Thomas Loder had just sold the world’s largest flawless diamond to the emir of Abu Dhabi for a record $20 million.

UPI reported that the seller, Thomas Loder, had been interviewed in New York about the sale of the 170.45 carat “Star of Peace” diamond to the unnamed Arab and that Loder claimed to have inherited the stone from his mother, Elinor Loder.

According to the wire service, the “highly secret sale” had been negotiated by lawyers in Geneva and London, with the selling price topping the highest ever paid, which the “Guinnes Book of World Records” lists as $11.5 million for the 137.02 “Premier Rose” diamond in 1978.

A few days earlier, on March 9, someone identifying himself as ‘Thomas Loder” had surfaced in print in the New York Post. Columnist eugenia Sheppard, who writes about the “Beautiful People” all over the world, had reported that “Loder” was in town.

Sheppard reported that “Loder’s” father is Sir Edmond Loder in London, and that his mother, Elinor, sold a pair of 60-carat diamond earrings at auction in Geneva last November for $6 million. The sale of diamond earrings that size to an unnamed buyer had attracted worldwide publicity because the Iranian government tied up the sale’s proveeds in court for several weeks in the mistaken belief that the earrings were the property of the former Empress of Iran.

According to Sheppard, young “Loder” was in New York “for a few days on business” and “to meet the family of his fiancee, Colleen Coington,” whom he had met while both were students at Princeton. Their wedding, Sheppard wrote, was scheduled to take place “in Kings College Chapel in Cambridge in July.”

Sheppard wasn’t the only reporter “Loder” contacted. Last week, he was in touch with The Canadian Press in Toronto, the International Herald Tribune, Reuters in London and Paris and The Washington Post.

“Loder” had been making arrangements to meet in Geneva April 1 with his lawyers and representatives of the International Herald Tribune and The Washington Post to show them documents which he said would prove his claims.

“Loder” repeated his claim to The Post that his mother had been the original owner of the $6 million diamond earrings which Sotheyby’s auctioneers sold in Geneva last fall.

He had inherited the earrings after his mother’s death, “Loder” said, along with the Star of Peace and other jewels.

He told a reporter that he was suing the wife of the president of France for $8 million in Paris, claiming there had been “misrepresentation” when his late mother originally bought the Star of Peace Diamond from ….Giacard d’Estaing in 1977.

“Loder” claimed that he was being represented in the suit by the prestigious law firm of Millbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy in New York, and that they were taking the legal action in his behalf because he had reason to believe that the huge diamond may have been one of those which Central African empire’s deposed emperor Bokassa gave Giscard d’Estaing’s wife in what has been brewing as a political scandal in Paris for months.

“Loder” claimed that he was fearful that Bokassa’s government might give him the same trouble as the Iranians had done over the earrings last November unless the Star of Peace’s provenance of rightful ownership was cleared up.

When no stories about the “lawsuit” appeared over the weekend; prestigious publications in both London and Paris started getting calls from anonymous tipsters who claimed that “Loder’s” suit against the French first lady had been settled “quietly out of court for $5 million.”

At one point, a man claiming to be multimillionaire Paul Mellon called The Washington Post last week, offering to vouch for young “Loder’s” story and claiming to know him well because he had been a “surrogate father” through the years.

“Loder” had been staying at New York’s exclusive Knickerbocker Club, giving that telephone number to reporters who needed to call him back. But on Monday, a spokesman for the club said that the young man registered as Loder had checked out, leaving behind a bill of about $2,000.

“We’re looking for him ourselves,” said an assistant manager.

A spokesman for the British embassy said yesterday that there is an Edmund Loder in London, but he is not a “Sir” and there is no immediate way of determining whether he has a son named Thomas Loder.

There may or may not be a real Star of Peace diamond. Several of the world’s experts on such large stones, including spokesmen at Sotheby’s and the Smithsonian Institution, said yesterday that they have never heard of it.

Two sources have confirmed that there is a 170-carat flawless diamond in existence which they were told presumably is up for sale, but said it does not have a name that anyone knows of and has not yet been sold.

A spokesman for the Gemological Institute of America said yesterday that they had done a lab test on such a diamond about six months ago.

A spokesman for Sotheby’s auction galleries also confirmed that their representatives in Geneva had examined a diamond of the same size and quality within the last month.

In any case, it presumably has not been bought by the “emir of Abu Dhabi” referred to in the UPI story, because the United Arab embassy here said earlier this week that there is no such person.

Sotheby’s has also issued a denial the the $6 million earrings sold by them last fall ever belonged to anyone named “Loder”.

The earrings had been consigned to them by the estate of a customer known personally to them for many years, spokesmen said.

Columnist Sheppard says that the parents of Loder’s “fiance” have called her from Palm beach to deny that their daughter is marrying anybody.

A Princeton University spokesman says there is no record of “Loder” ever attending that school.

A spokesman for the law firm of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy said the firm had been unable to find such a client.

Paul Mellon says he has never heard of “Loder”.

And there are those at the UPI Bureau here in New York who wish they’d never heard of him, either.

The wire service’s managing editor, Dan Reed, said yesterday that he has “red-flagged” his people to call either him or foreign editor Gerard Loughran if anyone has any further communication with “Loder”.

“We began to get suspicious when he tried to make a collect call to our London bureau from a pay box here and they rejected it.” Reed said. “We figured if the guy’s got all that money, why was he trying to stick us with his phone bill?”

Reed said that he was trying to learn how “Loder’s” story had come to be written and moved by UPI in the first place, but said that he was finding that everyone’s memory was vague.

The Washington Post expose was picked up by other papers, such as this one:

Another paper carrying the same article – Medina, New York, April 8, 1981

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Salee still tries to claim that she sold this diamond – here’s a screenshot (taken August 17, 2012) of the relevant section of her bio at her website.

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OK, let’s review now.

The claims made by Thomas Loder and Salee Barnes happened in March 1981. Salee claimed she brokered the sale of the Star of Peace diamond to a rich Arab.

In April 1981 the Washington Post did an investigation and found the sale to be a hoax.

In the Washington Post expose article is this statement:

Two sources have confirmed that there is a 170-carat flawless diamond in existence which they were told presumably is up for sale, but said it does not have a name that anyone knows of and has not yet been sold.

That statement agrees with the statement of Tita Thyssen, she said the Star of Peace diamond was in the Geneva office of Harry Winston and it almost sold three times before Baron Thyssen bought it for her.

Tita Thyssen has possession of the diamond, that gives credibility to what she said.
The emir of Abu Dhabi does not have the diamond – that questions what Salee said.

Salee claimed she brokered the sale of the Pearl of Allah to a rich Arab – that’s a lie.

Salee claims she brokered the Star of Peace diamond to a rich Arab – is it another lie?

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Well let you be the judge of that.

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Proof of Doctoring Newspaper Articles

Take a look at this un-doctored Washington Post article from March 13, 1981.

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Now take a good look at the same article in this 2003 Internet Archive version of Salee’s financial “history”

This image in particular.

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The second paragraph in the Washington Post article has been deleted. That deleted paragraph said:

In New York, Thomas Loder, 26, told UPI he inherited the diamond from his mother, Elinor Loder, and sold it to the emir of Abu Dhabi in a highly secret sale negotiated by lawyers in Geneva and London.

Take a look at this un-doctored Chicago Tribune article from the same day – March 13, 1981.

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You can verify the existence of this article yourself. ProQuest Archiver is an online website that officially archives important newspapers such as the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune etc. When searching the Chicago Tribune for articles concerning the sale of the star of peace, there is only one article.

Now take a good look at the same article in this 2003 Internet Archive version of Salee’s financial “history”

This image in particular.

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There were no images in the Chicago Tribune article that we got from their digital archive.

Take a look again at the un-doctored Chicago Tribune article from March 13, 1981.

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Now take a good look at the same article in this 2003 Internet Archive version of Salee’s financial “history”

This image in particular – the part in the upper left corner.

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This is a real hatchet job – 100 percent doctored.

Salee combined elements from three different articles to produce this doctored-up article. She used The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, and the one that the Eugene Register-Guard had printed the day before the other two.

There were only four paragraphs in the un-doctored Chicago Tribune article.

They were:

London (UPI) – A Wealthy Arab paid $20 million for the Star of Peace, the world’s largest flawless diamond, the American businesswoman who arranged the sale said Thursday.

In New York, Thomas Loder, 26, said he inherited the diamond from his mother, Elinor Loder, and sold it to the emir of Abu Dhabi in a highly secret sale negotiated by lawyers in Geneva and London.

The highest previous price reported paid for a gem according to the Guinness Book of World Records was $11.5 million for the Premier Rose diamond, bought in December, 1978. It was 137.02 carats.

SALEE AUBRIEN-BARNES, 29, a Dubai-based investment adviser from Crestwood, Ill., said a wealthy Arab whom she would not identify bought the 170.49 carat, palm-sized Star of Peace last month in Switzerland for $20 million.

There were six paragraphs in the un-doctored Washington Post article of the same date.

LONDON – An unnamed Arab paid $20 million for the 170.45-carat Star of Peace, the world’s largest flawless diamond, the American business-woman who arranged the sale said Thursday.

In New York, Thomas Loder, 26, told UPI he inherited the diamond from his mother, Elinor Loder, and sold it to the emir of Abu Dhabi in a highly secret sale negotiated by lawyers in Geneva and London.

The highest price previous reported paid for a gem, according to the “Guinness Book of World Records,” was $11.5 million for the Premier rose diamond, bought in December 1978. it amounted to 137.02 carats.

Salee Aubrien-Barnes, 29 a Dubai-based investment adviser from Crestwood, Ill., said a rich Arab whom she would not identify bought the palm-sized Star of Peace last month in Switzerland.

“I almost bought it myself but I was just a few pounds short in my bank account,” said Aubrien-Barnes.

Loder said he flew to New York before the deal was closed in London. “The tension was paramount – my ambivalence about selling it and their bartering to lower the price.

There were eight paragraphs in the Eugene Register-Guard article.

The Chicago Tribune article that Salee doctored has eight paragraphs as compared to only four paragraphs of the un-doctored article. Here’s the image of Salee’s doctored version again.

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I am going to take each paragraph of her doctored Chicago Tribune article and show you what’s wrong (or not) with the paragraph as compared to the un-doctored article.

Paragraph One

London (UPI) – A Wealthy Arab paid $20 million for the Star of Peace, the world’s largest flawless diamond, the American businesswoman who arranged the sale said Thursday.

There is nothing wrong with this paragraph – it matches.

Paragraph 2

The highest previous price reported paid for a gem according to the Guinness Book of World Records was $11.5 million for the Premier Rose diamond, bought in December, 1978. It was 137.02 carats.

This is paragraph three of the un-doctored Tribune article – Salee dropped out paragraph two entirely.

This is the paragraph she did not include:

In New York, Thomas Loder, 26, said he inherited the diamond from his mother, Elinor Loder, and sold it to the emir of Abu Dhabi in a highly secret sale negotiated by lawyers in Geneva and London.

Paragraph Three

Salee Aubrien-Barnes, 29 a Dubai-based investment adviser from Crestwood, Ill., said a rich Arab whom she would not identify bought the palm-sized Star of Peace last month in Switzerland.

This paragraph does not appear in the un-doctored Chicago Tribune article. Salee took paragraph four of the Washington Post article and pasted it into her doctored Chicago Tribune article. She also deleted the word Dubai in her version of this paragraph.

Paragraph Four

“I almost bought it myself but I was just a few pounds short in my bank account,” said Aubrien-Barnes.

This paragraph does not appear in the un-doctored Chicago Tribune article. Salee took paragraph five of the Washington Post article and pasted it into her doctored Chicago Tribune article.

Paragraph Five

“I am not naming the buyer. But, I made enough from arranging the sale to retire.”

This paragraph does not appear in the un-doctored Chicago Tribune article. Salee took this line from The Eugene Register-Guard – March 12, 1981, and pasted it into her doctored Chicago Tribune article.

Paragraph Six

The diamond, which earlier was reported to be worth $12 million, had been held in a bank vault in Switzerland.

This paragraph does not appear in the un-doctored Chicago Tribune article. Salee took this line from The Eugene Register-Guard – March 12, 1981, and pasted it into her doctored Chicago Tribune article.

Paragraph Seven

The previous owner of the diamond was listed as Manfredo Horowitz of Geneva, Switzerland, but Aubrien-Barnes said the name was a cover for the real owner, who did not wish to be identified.

This paragraph does not appear in the un-doctored Chicago Tribune article. Salee took this line from The Eugene Register-Guard – March 12, 1981, and pasted it into her doctored Chicago Tribune article.

She deleted the name Manfredo Horowitz of Geneva, Switzerland in her version of this paragraph.

Paragraph Eight

Loder said he flew to New York before the deal was closed in London. “The tension was paramount – my ambivalence about selling it and their bartering to lower the price. Its the perfect stone-for brilliance, facets, and If you saw it, it would knock you out.”

This paragraph does not appear in the un-doctored Chicago Tribune article. Salee took paragraph six from the Washington Post article, and pasted it into her doctored Chicago Tribune article. She deleted Loder said he – and the other extra line is probably also from the Washington Post article but we can’t tell for sure.

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Salee sent the following comment to my blog –

saleeamina@yahoo.com
159.83.196.1 
Submitted on 2014/01/18 at 1:40 am

1/2014 To Mike & Virginia McClaughry, from Salee Amina —

…(9) Never have I altered, forged or artificially created any type of press on me…

…(11) Your allegation that some guy named Thomas Loader had something to do with the Star of Peace is just fiction. I know nothing of any Thomas Loader, and maybe THAT article about Loader was a hoax, but most certainly, MY involvement and the Star of Piece diamond and the people selling it and person buying it were NOT hoaxes, and none of us ever heard of Thomas Loader.

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So you say that you have never altered any type of press on you?

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So you say you have never heard of Thomas Loder?

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But you have been passing around altered newspaper articles with mentions of Thomas Loder cut out of them. You expect people to believe you never heard of him?

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When faced with window dressing from an intelligence agent or con artist – investigate.

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My article on window dressing is completed above. For those who wanted to read about window dressing, you are done with this article. But, for those who want to know more about Salee Barnes, I have added the following for you to read.

My wife and I write about the most evil men in history. That is the focus of our work.

Salee, whatever she may be, does not fall into the category of people we write about.

We are not after Salee, I used her window dressing as an example of window dressing.

I could have further torn apart the window dressing used by Salee, but refrained from it.

I was not going to say any more about Salee, but Salee is using the standard Scientology tactic towards its critics and those it has decided are “suppressive” (often one and the same). The technique is to threaten the person and shudder them into silence.

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Shudder – the act of trembling in fear or revulsion

But he’ll sure shudder into silence.
– L. Ron Hubbard  Manual of Justice

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I have made an OCR’d PDF of Hubbard’s Manual of Justice (original images courtesy of Wikileaks):

HCO Manual of Justice – L. Ron Hubbard

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Note – In a court case, this document was ruled as out of copyright.

In Civ. No. C-95-20091, RTC v Netcom/Erlich/Klemesrud, 23 Jun 1995, Judge Whyte in a footnote cites: “New Era Publications Int’l v. Carol Pub. Group, 729 F. Supp- 992, 995 (S.D.N.Y. 1990), rev’d on other grounds, 904 F.2d 152 (2d Cir. 1990) (holding that Scientology’s HCO Manual of Justice, with copyright notice date of 1959, was not entitled to copyright protection since the original 28-year term expired in 1987 and no renewal was timely obtained).”

Scientology also has a policy to manufacture threats against its critics and enemies.

“If attacked on some vulnerable point by anyone or anything or any organization, always find or manufacture enough threat against them to cause them to sue for peace.”
L. Ron Hubbard, Hubbard Communications Office Policy Letter, 15 August 1960, Dept. of Govt. Affairs

For those interested in the documentation of this, it can be found in the older Administrative Volumes, Volume 7 – First U.S. Printing 1974, starting on page 483, relevant quote is on the second page of the issue, page 484.

The first images are thumbnails – click to enlarge.

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The key to this is this: “If attacked on some vulnerable point…always find or manufacture enough threat against them to cause them to sue for peace.

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Vulnerable point –

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and for Salee, her lies are definitely a vulnerable point .

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Hence her use of threats of lawsuits and Scientology name-calling (which you’re about to see) to try and make a person “go away” in Fear.

To attack someone because your dirty under-handed actions make you vulnerable to being exposed?

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That is the action of a sociopath.

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A person who tries to terrorize others for fear of their own dirty deeds being exposed, most definitely should be exposed. If for no other reason, it should be done to help protect others who may become their future target.

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Additional Data On Salee Barnes

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Salee is still using these doctored newspaper articles on her current website:

news_washington_post_800Salee website image of Washington Post/Chicago Tribune doctored articles

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Salee’s website news page also has this image on it. Here is a PDF of a full page screenshot that was taken recently of this web page.

PDF – Salee Amina news page January 30 2014

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On January 18, 2014 Salee sent the following comments to my blog.

On January 23, 2014 Salee started her own blog where she posts a slightly altered version of these same comments.

I am going to answer her comments here.

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Salee Comments Sent to McClaughry Blog January 18, 2014

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saleeamina@yahoo.com
159.83.196.1
Submitted on 2014/01/18 at 1:40 am

1/2014 To Mike & Virginia McClaughry, from Salee Amina — If one or both of you are NOT an actual suppressive and evil people, then, after contemplating all of the following, you will know that the only correct choice for you to do is to remove the malicious website you have constructed against me. If, after examining the following, you choose to continue to attack me, then, you are suppressive; and the only alternative for me is to sue for damages in Court, because the financial losses I have endured as a direct consequence of your lies against me can be substantiated, and is very considerable.

Although, I admit that I actually doubt that there is any chance that you are good guys, I would like to give you every benefit of the doubt, and make one last attempt at showing you the truthful data. I ask that you do the same, concerning me. I would like to think that you have made mistakes in judgment, instead of believing that you are sincerely evil and that you knowingly wish to intentionally distort, twist, insinuate and overtly lie, in order to destroy the good reputations of sincerely decent people; such as I am.

The false information that you have posted on your ‘wordpress’ website against me has harmed me very extensively, in financial amounts that are great, and in ways that are now impossible to reverse or restore. Before you celebrate over the effectiveness of your severe harm to me, please consider the true facts that I list here; and for now, please assume, or even pretend momentarily, that all I am saying here is actually genuine and sincere, totally true, factual, correct, unembellished, unexaggerated and real:

First, let’s get over the motivations that you have stated on your website, which seem to have instigated your decision to intentionally defame me:

(1) You claimed in the website that I am obviously working for the “Office of Special Affairs” (OSA) of the Church of Scientology; and you seem to think that I was “sent” by them to spy on you. FALSE: I am not, nor have I ever worked for OSA, and I have never even stepped foot in their office, and in fact, the head of OSA is a man who I truly dislike profusely: Heber Jentsche. Your assumption is wholly incorrect.

(2) You stated in the website that I obviously wanted to break up you (Virginia) and your husband, Mike. FALSE: I never even contemplated for any second any such thing. I have never, not even in a fleeting moment, had any male/female interest in your husband. In fact, I have not dated, kissed, hugged, touched – any type of sensual or sexual behavior since I was married, which ended while I was pregnant with my now 24 year old. THAT son accompanied me at all times that I had any conversation with Mike, which was extremely short-lived, and ONLY concerned two simple issues, nothing that was personal.

(3) You claim that I intentionally chose to visit when I knew you would be out of town. FALSE: I had no idea about your travel plans, and would not have cared, actually. My only interest was that you had claimed on the phone that you were delivering classes at a low rate. I have always been interested in helping people, and I support anything that I think may be good or helpful to people. I had ZERO ZERO ZERO other interest of any kind in either of you or any or any secret interest in meeting you.

(4) You claim that I promised you a building. FALSE: I went to Coeur d’Alene Idaho to discuss my doing a sculpture for a resident there. While there, a realtor mentioned a building for sale. I (very regretfully) looked at it. I happened to be chatting with Mike at the time, and he went along. When he saw it, he was very interested in discussing your classes being held there, saying it would be perfect. (I think you guys intended it to happen for you, even to be “donated” to you, and while building castles in the sky, you had mentally already moved into those castles, maybe even started telling each other and other people that someone was going to “donate” a building to you; but THAT was all in YOUR mind. I would never have donated that building to you, nor offered to do so. The interest in that building was fleeting and was on behalf of a client, not whatsoever for myself. The clients’ only interest was in investment and profits. It was simply my job with them. Maybe they would have leased it, to you or anyone else, if the terms were right. They rejected the building. End of story. Virginia – you insisted I promised, and yet, you were NOT even there! Never once did I say I would donate to you a building. The only talk (for a few fleeting minutes) was about possibly leasing it out, if the clients bought it.

(5) Let us assume that in your anger, having started to broadly promote to your contacts that you are getting a building donated (something I have seen Scientologists have a habit of doing often – act as if something is a “done,” when it is only half baked and only in their MINDS – something they WANT to have happen, but not a reality.)

So – you chose to attack me, being upset that you didn’t get what you wanted (a free building from a foolishly overly-generous ding bat, who would GIVE a very expensive building to two total strangers!)

Let’s pretend for a moment that you believed I was bad – so you, allegedly, started investigating in order to defame me, because you were angry that you didn’t get the tasty candy you had wanted, and Virginia, very incorrectly worried that I had tried to take her man (a total absurdity.)

(6) These are your lies against me: That I’m a phony, a fraud, a liar, a con artist, a sham, a scam, a deceiver, a forger, etc. These are the facts: I am not any of the aforementioned; and, I am a very sincere person, genuine, honest and forthright.

(7) What has been reported about my excellent accomplishments in newspapers is factual and true. I worked my guts out, never once took a bribe, commission or kickback & never got anything served to me on a silver platter. YOU chose to destroy my reputation, very unjustifiably. I did NOT deserve that.

(8) NONE, not even one, of the newspapers that you copies onto your website and called hoaxes was false or fabricated. They were ALL actual stories that actually appeared in actual newspapers. (One of them, since then, has closed down – the Peninsula Times Tribune, which has nothing to do with the fact that the newspaper article did appear, when it was a normally functioning and circulating newspaper in the San Mateo and San Francisco areas of California.

(9) Never have I altered, forged or artificially created any type of press on me, and all that has ever been reported on me was in actual newspapers, the original copies of which are archived by many of those newspapers. Original tear sheets and clippings of which I had saved in storages.

(10) The Star of Peace diamond was a genuine transaction, with which I was involved, and was not a hoax. The 3 security guards who transported the diamond from New York City to Los Angeles, then to the Arabian Gulf, on the private plane of His Highness, with me, and the entourage of His Highness, were EACH paid $110.00 per hour, 24 hours per day. The payment for their work was $90,000.00. One of the security guards wrote a book, which he dedicated to me, calling me, “God’s Gift to the World.” Although I am not saying I have earned such a pompous title, I know absolutely that I most certainly have NOT earned the defamation, slander & libel that YOU have inflicted upon me.

(11) Your allegation that some guy named Thomas Loader had something to do with the Star of Peace is just fiction. I know nothing of any Thomas Loader, and maybe THAT article about Loader was a hoax, but most certainly, MY involvement and the Star of Piece diamond and the people selling it and person buying it were NOT hoaxes, and none of us ever heard of Thomas Loader.

(12) The Pearl of Allah is a pearl (previously called the Pearl of Lao-Tzu), which the sellers decided to contract me to sell, but my clients personal clients had rejected, because the pearl is rather ugly and misshapen.

(13) Every transaction I have been contracted to do has been upright and ethical, contrary to your slander. It has been an extreme challenge to maintain the level of ethics that I did, because it was an arena in which I was repeatedly offered easy means to bend the rules; but I never did, sometimes at GREAT consequence to me.

(14) Your stated that my claim that Sotheby’s had appraised the Star of Peace diamond was allegedly false, simply based on that you supposedly made a phone call (no names or numbers are mentioned, of course, of your alleged “investigation.”) Personally, I doubt if you ever did any of the things you claimed, or pretended, to do. But, let’s assume for a moment that you did? Sotheby’s has offices all over the world. Which office did you call? Do you think that each employee of each Sotheby’s office knows of each transaction, especially one that occurred several decades ago? The FACT is that Sotheby’s did appraise it, and we took a photo of me with the diamond & the Sotheby’s appraiser, which was taken in the bank where we had the diamond in the vault, with the owner & representative of the bank present. Sotheby’s DID do the appraisal.

(15) You claimed that I never worked for a famous Sheikh in UAE (in fact, to date, I have worked for several dozen Sheikhs (Princes) in 7 Arabian Gulf countries.) You claimed that the UAE embassy said there is no such person. Obviously, again, you gave NO names of who you spoke to, nor did you even say the name of the Prince about whom you were inquiring. However, since I had been hired, face to face, by His Highness Highness Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, who was the ruler, President and founder of that country. (He was also the richest man in the world). So, it is IMPOSSIBLE that their embassy would say that no such person exists! On the day that I was hired, April 1982, many dozens of his entourage were present, as was my chauffeur, my business manager, my daughter, her tutor, and several others. Your allegations against me are false.

(16) Numerous people who have read your website are very convinced of the lies you tell against me, and have ended & cancelled legitimate ongoing business with me. This has happened eight times that I know of personally, which resulted in very considerable loss to me. I’m sure there are countless others who were dissuaded and never spoke to me about it.

(17) I can prove these facts and my losses in a Court.

(18) The fact that my birth name was a different last name than my present name is nothing deceptive, in the same way that YOUR birth name was different before you married mike McClaughry. My childhood last name was my father’s name and I have always reported and cross referenced any name alteration of contraction to the IRS, social security, DMV and I even put it in newspapers. NOTHING unusual or illegal or deceptive was done. SaLee is my first name, but as a child, many called me Sally, because SaLee is a very unusual name. (The same as someone named Miriam might be called Mary.)

(19) Your defamatory website has caused others to BELIEVE I am bad, without me doing anything to make them think that way, solely based on YOUR lies against me.

If you are not actual suppressive and evil people, you would realize that what you have done against me is unfair and truly wrong. I am not suppressive, nor have I ever harmed you in any way whatsoever. I never had any evil intentions towards you, was never sent to investigate you, never was after your man, never offered to donate a building to you and never lied to you; during the extremely short couple days that I had the misfortune of speaking with you; when my 24 year old was about 10.

Obviously, you hold grudges for a long time, and unfortunately, those grudges were invented in your MIND out of paranoid suspicions and falsehoods. They were NOT reality. You severely harmed a good person, with very seriously defamatory slander.

Please remove the website.

Sincerely, Salee Amina

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Mike answers to Salee comments

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Important note: – The very first line of Salee’s comment has this in it: “If one or both of you are NOT an actual suppressive and evil people…

The phrase “not an actual suppressive” is only used in that way by Scientologists, whether they are “in” or “out” of the Church. It is purely a Scientology usage. Furthermore, this is a shorthand way of expressing the formal term and idea, Suppressive Person, which is a part of the sacrosanct Hubbard doctrines in Scientology. It is something akin to being labelled the Devil, or a devil-worshipper in Christianity.

In Salee’s newly created blog – she tried to hide her original usage of that specialized term by changing it to “oppressive” – this is standard for Salee to hide her connections to Scientology, either past or present, in her public communications. You will see that as I go along here.

I will now start this quote-and-response to Salee’s comment.

Salee said:

…the only correct choice for you to do is to remove the malicious website you have constructed against me. If, after examining the following, you choose to continue to attack me, then, you are suppressive; and the only alternative for me is to sue for damages in Court, because the financial losses I have endured as a direct consequence of your lies against me can be substantiated, and is very considerable.

The false information that you have posted on your ‘wordpress’ website against me has harmed me very extensively, in financial amounts that are great…

Mike answer:

Salee has just publicly admitted she has committed the crime of fraud. The purpose of her misrepresentations about her brokering the sale of the world’s largest pearl and world’s largest diamond was for her to make money from people who have been deceived.

In this article I have shown the following:

Salee has circulated a lie that she brokered the sale of the Pearl of Allah to King Khalid.

Salee has circulated altered newspaper articles that she brokered the sale of the Star of Peace diamond to a rich Arab. Salee has omitted to reveal Washington Post articles that state the Star of Peace diamond sale in March 1981 was a hoax. Salee has deleted from newspaper articles mentions of Thomas Loder, a man who was involved in the hoax. Salee has omitted to reveal that the actual purchaser and owner of the Star of Peace diamond was Baron and Tita Thyssen and that sale had nothing to do with Salee.

Let’s take a look at the crimes of forgery and fraud.

Definition of Forgery – The creation of a false written document or alteration of a genuine one, with the intent to defraud.

The ingredients of the legal offense of forgery are:

(1) The making of a false document or part of it;

(2) Such making should be with intent –

  • To support any claim or title; or
  • To cause any person to part with property; or
  • To enter into any express or implied contract; or
  • To commit fraud or that fraud may be committed.

All of that about forgery applies to what Salee has done.

Definition of fraud – An instance or an act of trickery or deceit especially when involving misrepresentation. An intentional misrepresentation, concealment, or nondisclosure for the purpose of inducing another in reliance upon it to part with some valuable thing belonging to him. A false representation of a matter of fact by words or conduct, by false or misleading allegations, or by the concealment of what should have been disclosed that deceives or is intended to deceive another so he shall act upon it to his legal injury. A spurious thing passed off as genuine: TRICK, HOAX. A person who is not what he pretends to be. 1

All of that about fraud applies to what Salee has done.

Salee then tries to blame me for her alleged financial losses as if I caused them. But the fact is that Salee is the cause of her losses by telling lies and engaging in other deceitful actions. All I did was inform others about Salee’s deceitful actions. Salee trying to make me stop telling people about that shows that she still wants to be able to deceive people!

Furthermore, no one is entitled to money they would have made from illegal means.

If I report a bank robber to the police and therefore he was prevented from robbing the bank, he cannot then sue me because he lost money he would have made in his crime.

Salee is going to sue me because now she can’t make money from deceiving people?

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Salee said:

(1) You claimed in the website that I am obviously working for the “Office of Special Affairs” (OSA) of the Church of Scientology; and you seem to think that I was “sent” by them to spy on you. FALSE: I am not, nor have I ever worked for OSA, and I have never even stepped foot in their office, and in fact, the head of OSA is a man who I truly dislike profusely: Heber Jentsche.

Mike answer:

This is false. Here is the exact statement in the article:

“Now let’s document how a person (in this case Salee, who was presumably working on behalf of the Office of Special Affairs of the Church of Scientology)”

The article says presumably working on behalf of OSA.

Furthermore, Salee states on her website that she worked for Freedom magazine.

That periodical was put out by the Guardian’s Office, since renamed the Office of Special Affairs (OSA) of the Church of Scientology.

Additional links re: the Freedom periodical.

Here is a PDF file of the full page screenshot of the page on Salee’s website where she mentions her connection to what are actually Scientology groups and individuals.

PDF – Salee Amina website tv theatre film resume lists freedom mag January 30 2014

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Here is a screenshot of just the relevant part.

Please note – THREE of these are actually related to the Church of Scientology or its members. I have marked the image to illustrate this point. The Blue arrow marks the Freedom mag part – The two marked by Red arrows are a Guardian’s Office event and a prominent Scientologist named Chick Corea.

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As you can see, Salee also states on her website  that she allegedly produced a documentary for the Convention for Peace & Social Reform, with a cinematographer named Nutsy Shwere at Anaheim, California. Salee dropped out a word, it should read Convention for World Peace & Social Reform.

In a September 12, 1976 Los Angeles Times article, it covered the Convention for World Peace & Social Reform,  which was an event also directly controlled by the Guardian’s Office. This article is available for purchase at ProQuest, and the article text has been webbed at Arnie Lerma’s website – there is also apparently a book published about it.

Here is an image of the actual LA Times article, first part of it – the blue arrow marks the relevant part.

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The second page of the article further verifies that Freedom was a Church of Scientology publication.

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Additionally, the Church of Scientology publication The Auditor magazine (an internal periodical), also covered this event. I have included a PDF of the relevant pages of issue #125.

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PDF – relevant pages from auditor #125 1976 about Congress

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For those who prefer an image – here is a relevant portion, marked by the blue arrow.

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Salee seems to want to distance herself from her Church of Scientology Guardian’s Office history by not mentioning it in regards both her media claims that are Scientology related.

See? No mention of Scientology at all.

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Finally, Heber Jentsche has been the President of the Church of Scientology, he has never been the head of the Office of Special Affairs as Salee claims. Salee needs to get the facts straight.

Salee said:

(3) You claim that I intentionally chose to visit when I knew you would be out of town. FALSE: I had no idea about your travel plans…

Mike answer:

That is a lie. Salee was planning on coming to our house for a visit and we told Salee  that Virginia was going out of town for a couple of weeks and we wanted Salee to wait until Virginia got back. Salee said she would never come at a time when Virginia was gone. But then, the day after Virginia left, Salee showed up in violation of her statement she would wait until Virginia got back before she came for a visit.

Salee said:

(4) You claim that I promised you a building. FALSE: I went to Coeur d’Alene Idaho to discuss my doing a sculpture for a resident there. While there, a realtor mentioned a building for sale. I (very regretfully) looked at it. I happened to be chatting with Mike at the time, and he went along. When he saw it, he was very interested in discussing your classes being held there, saying it would be perfect. (I think you guys intended it to happen for you, even to be “donated” to you, and while building castles in the sky, you had mentally already moved into those castles, maybe even started telling each other and other people that someone was going to “donate” a building to you; but THAT was all in YOUR mind. I would never have donated that building to you, nor offered to do so. The interest in that building was fleeting and was on behalf of a client, not whatsoever for myself.

Mike answer:

The word promise does not appear anywhere in the article Salee is complaining about.

Salee’s portrayal of these events about the building are not the truth. Salee contacted us after we had left the Church of Scientology in 2000. She presented herself as a Scientologist, and at that time I was contemplating bringing together other Scientologists who had also left the Church but who were still delivering Scientology services.

Salee volunteered that she knew of two estates in California owned by some rich Arabs.

One of the estates was an abandoned university, which Salee thought could be used for my idea.

Then when Salee came here for a visit she told me that she found a building in Coeur d’Alene that might work for my idea. It was Salee’s origination, not mine. Salee then took me to see the building, it was the Masonic building.  Salee was contemplating buying it, with Salee using the bottom floor for a combination restaurant and artwork outlet. Salee said I could have the top floor for delivering Scientology services. I filmed Salee telling me her idea and showing me the building.

All of these ideas about Salee providing a location for me to deliver Scientology services were her origination.

Salee said:

(5) Let us assume that in your anger, having started to broadly promote to your contacts that you are getting a building donated (something I have seen Scientologists have a habit of doing often – act as if something is a “done,” when it is only half baked and only in their MINDS – something they WANT to have happen, but not a reality.)

So – you chose to attack me, being upset that you didn’t get what you wanted (a free building from a foolishly overly-generous ding bat, who would GIVE a very expensive building to two total strangers!)

Let’s pretend for a moment that you believed I was bad – so you, allegedly, started investigating in order to defame me, because you were angry that you didn’t get the tasty candy you had wanted, and Virginia, very incorrectly worried that I had tried to take her man (a total absurdity.)

Mike answer:

Salee should put her pajamas on, because now she is dreaming. Salee gave us two packets of obviously spurious documents about herself that made spurious claims about her. That is why we decided to investigate Salee and no other reason. It’s also true that Salee definitely picked the wrong people to try and scam like that.

Salee said:

(6) These are your lies against me: That I’m a phony, a fraud, a liar, a con artist, a sham, a scam, a deceiver, a forger, etc. These are the facts: I am not any of the aforementioned; and, I am a very sincere person, genuine, honest and forthright.

Mike answer:

In this article I have provided good evidence that Salee is a liar, a forger, and a fraud.

Salee said:

(7) What has been reported about my excellent accomplishments in newspapers is factual and true. I worked my guts out, never once took a bribe, commission or kickback & never got anything served to me on a silver platter. YOU chose to destroy my reputation, very unjustifiably. I did NOT deserve that.

Mike answer:

Salee never took a commission? That conflicts with her public statements that she has been paid $1000 an hour as a financial advisor. And, we should all notice here, that Salee apparently thinks she has a right to lie, commit forgery and fraud without anyone exposing it?

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Salee said:

(8) NONE, not even one, of the newspapers that you copies onto your website and called hoaxes was false or fabricated. They were ALL actual stories that actually appeared in actual newspapers.

Mike answer:

I’ll provide an example of Salee fabrications. Salee made two fabrications out of the Chicago Tribune article. Here is one of her fabrications of that article:

Note how extraordinarily cheesy-looking the cut and paste photos look –

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Salee said:

(9) Never have I altered, forged or artificially created any type of press on me, and all that has ever been reported on me was in actual newspapers, the original copies of which are archived by many of those newspapers.

Mike answer:

Here are examples of Salee altering newspaper articles. The actual Chicago Tribune article had four paragraphs. In the Salee alteration she has eight paragraphs, with some of the words whited out. In the Washington Post article she has a paragraph whited out.

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Salee said:

(10) The Star of Peace diamond was a genuine transaction, with which I was involved, and was not a hoax.

(11) Your allegation that some guy named Thomas Loader had something to do with the Star of Peace is just fiction. I know nothing of any Thomas Loader, and maybe THAT article about Loader was a hoax, but most certainly, MY involvement and the Star of Piece diamond and the people selling it and person buying it were NOT hoaxes, and none of us ever heard of Thomas Loader.

Mike answer:

It was not “my allegation” that a guy named Thomas Loder was involved in this hoax. The newspaper stories talk about him – like this one in the Washington Post:

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salee diamond hoax washington post article.

Salee has this article on her website but she whited out the second paragraph that talks about Thomas Loder.

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Now Salee lies and says she never heard of Thomas Loder?

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Salee said:

(10) The Star of Peace diamond was a genuine transaction, with which I was involved, and was not a hoax. The 3 security guards who transported the diamond from New York City to Los Angeles, then to the Arabian Gulf, on the private plane of His Highness, with me, and the entourage of His Highness, were EACH paid $110.00 per hour, 24 hours per day.

Mike answer:

In the last paragraph of the following newspaper article Salee told the press that the Star of Peace was taken to New York to be cut and polished.

The Montreal Gazette – March 10, 1981

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It was taken to New York to be cut and polished. According to Salee-Amina, the stone was so dense, special equipment was needed to cut it.

Manfredo Horowitz had the Star of Peace diamond on display in Monte-Carlo on July 31, 1978 and it had already been cut. That discredits Salee saying the Star of Peace was taken to New York in March 1981 to be cut.

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Gina Lollobrigida Photographing Diamonds at Exhibition

Gina Lollobrigida Photographing Diamonds at Exhibition

The description below this picture at Corbis image website reads:

Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida holds her camera, ready to photograph an exhibition of Mr. Horowitz and Perrin’s diamonds in Monte-Carlo. The main attraction of the collection is the ”Star of Peace” made by Mr. K. Moss.

Date Photographed:  July 31, 1978

Just in case this Corbis web page goes missing for any reason – I created a PDF of it.

PDF – Gina Lollobrigida Photographing Diamonds at Exhibition

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Salee said:

(12) The Pearl of Allah is a pearl (previously called the Pearl of Lao-Tzu), which the sellers decided to contract me to sell, but my clients personal clients had rejected, because the pearl is rather ugly and misshapen.

Mike answer:

Salee has been claiming for years that she brokered the sale of the Pearl of Allah, like this one at the older version of her website:

Dr. Amina also worked for the previous King of Saudi Arabia, who is deceased, His Majesty, King Khalid. For King Khalid, she negotiated and handled acquiring on his behalf the world’s largest pearl (appraised at $42 million,)

Now Salee is finally indirectly admitting that original statement is a lie. All those years Salee has been telling people this previous version – it was a lie and she knew it was a lie.

Salee said:

(14) Your stated that my claim that Sotheby’s had appraised the Star of Peace diamond was allegedly false, simply based on that you supposedly made a phone call (no names or numbers are mentioned, of course, of your alleged “investigation.”) Personally, I doubt if you ever did any of the things you claimed, or pretended, to do. But, let’s assume for a moment that you did? Sotheby’s has offices all over the world. Which office did you call? Do you think that each employee of each Sotheby’s office knows of each transaction, especially one that occurred several decades ago? The FACT is that Sotheby’s did appraise it, and we took a photo of me with the diamond & the Sotheby’s appraiser, which was taken in the bank where we had the diamond in the vault, with the owner & representative of the bank present. Sotheby’s DID do the appraisal.

(15) You claimed that I never worked for a famous Sheikh in UAE (in fact, to date, I have worked for several dozen Sheikhs (Princes) in 7 Arabian Gulf countries.) You claimed that the UAE embassy said there is no such person. Obviously, again, you gave NO names of who you spoke to, nor did you even say the name of the Prince about whom you were inquiring. However, since I had been hired, face to face, by His Highness Highness Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, who was the ruler, President and founder of that country. (He was also the richest man in the world). So, it is IMPOSSIBLE that their embassy would say that no such person exists! Your allegations against me are false.

Mike answer:

Note the “Your Stated” and “You claimed” introductions there. These are the statements of either a completely illiterate person or an outright sociopath. Sociopaths lie through their teeth – especially when caught or cornered.

In March 1981, Salee and Thomas Loder made claims about selling the Star of Peace diamond to a rich Arab, the “emir of Abu Dhabi”. Maxine Cheshire, a Washington Post reporter, conducted an investigation into that claim and found it to be a hoax. Maxine Chesire wrote two articles in April 1981 exposing the sale as a hoax.

When Maxine Chesire did her investigation she contacted Sothebys and she contacted the United Arab Embassy and was told there is no such person as the “emir of Abu Dhabi”.

Now Salee takes statements that Maxine Chesire made and tries to attribute them to me!

I never contacted Sothebys. Maxine Chesire did that. I never contacted the United Arab Embassy. Maxine Chesire did that.

Salee says I claimed that Salee never worked for a famous Sheikh in UAE. That is a total lie. I never said any such thing.

Here is the expose done by Maxine Chesire. You can see for yourself that Maxine Chesire made the statements that Salee now, in the manner of a true sociopath, is desperately trying to attribute onto me.

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Salee said:

(10) The Star of Peace diamond was a genuine transaction, with which I was involved, and was not a hoax.

Mike answer:

Tita Thyssen is the actual owner of the Star of Peace diamond and according to her statements she has been the only owner of the Star of Peace. That presents a large problem to Salee’s claim that she brokered the sale of the Star of Peace to an Arab.

Salee said:

I am a very sincere person, genuine, honest and forthright.

Mike answer:

I counted 29 false statements made by Salee in her comments to my blog. And then Salee asserts she is an honest person?

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I think I feel a Gene Hackman coughing fit coming on –

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Further Research on Salee Barnes

I have now acquired some further newspaper articles on the diamond hoax.

The first one is from the Toronto Globe and Mail, which a librarian obtained for us from Brown University – text only, not a scan. It contains different conflicting details than the other articles, interestingly enough.

The Globe and Mail (Canada)
March 16, 1981 Monday

Sold by Canadian for $20 million Shah’s widow may be buyer of huge diamond
By ROBERT STEPHENS

A Canadian citizen who recently sold the world’s largest flawless diamond to an anonymous Mideast buyer for a record $20-million believes the gem may have been purchased by former empress Farah Diba, widow of the shah of Iran.

Thomas Loder, 26, who resides in Switzerland, sold l’Etoile de la Paix (the Star of Peace) March 5.

“I was told that the buyer was a certain prince in Abu Dhabi,” he said in an interview from New York City yesterday. “But now it seems extremely likely that the diamond went to one of two buyers in Cairo – either Egyptian President Anwar Sadat or Farah Diba.”

Mr. Loder’s mother, Elinor, was an affluent collector of gems. She purchased the rough diamond in Switzerland several years ago and then had it cut into a 170.49-carat pendant. Mr. Loder inherited the jewel on her death.

The diamond, he said, was purchased by an agent acting for Middle Eastern interests. The agent, Salee-Aubrien Barnes, would only tell him that she was representing “a certain prince in Abu Dhabi.”

The deal was concluded, Mr. Loder received $20-million in Swiss francs and the gem was delivered from a vault in London to go-betweens in Geneva.

“But legitimate sources indicate that the gem may have been re-routed to Cairo.”

He explained that if indeed the stone was purchased by the former empress, her identity would have been kept secret so the Iranian Government would not lay claim to the $20-million.

In November, Swiss attorneys for the Iranian Government obtained a court order freezing the proceeds of an auction sale of 15 jewels they said belonged to the former empress, including a pair of diamond earrings that sold for a record $6.6-million. However, Mr. Loder said the earrings had belonged to his mother.

“Empress Farah Diba has a pair of earrings which are almost identical, but it was my mother’s earrings that were sold at that auction.” He added that since the “Swiss are obviously co-operating with the Iranians,” the true identity of the buyer of l’Etoile de la Paix probably had to be protected.

Mr. Loder would not disclose the early history of the diamond, except to say that it was discovered six years ago in “a central African country which had been in political upheaval.”

Asked if the gem came from Uganda, he refused to comment. He said his mother purchased the diamond in exchange for “certain rights and real estate” owned by the family. He fears he could be “physically hurt” if he identifies the people who sold the diamond to his mother.

Mr. Loder said his family is one of the largest private landholders in Singapore. He decided to sell the jewel after his mother died because he has no heirs and he “wanted to sever the emotional ties.” Although he decided to take “not a nickel less than $20-million,” he said the buyer “got the best of the deal because the gem is priceless.”

He said he wouldn’t mind if Farah proves to be the secret buyer of l’Etoile de la Paix. “I don’t think she should be criticized for marrying into problems.”

Through a librarian, I recently obtained the actual microfilm records of the two Washington Post articles (one of which I didn’t have the text of before) and the original of the Peninsula Times Tribune article. The copies of the Times Tribune article have been placed earlier in this article where it was discussed.

This is a photo of the actual microfilm box I received.

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I printed copies of the front page (partial) and the full page where Maxine Cheshire’s article starts as well. Here’s the real thing, folks!

(click the images to enlarge)

Front PageWashington Post April 5, 1981

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Article page – first part of Maxine Cheshire article

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Article page – second part of Maxine Cheshire article Washington Post April 5, 1981 - 4

Note the photo of the male half of the Loder/Salee hoax.

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“Thomas Loder” is a fake name. Can anyone confirm that this is Geoff Barnes?

Geoff Barnes was a scientologist and on the Sea Organization ships with L. Ron Hubbard. Salee was married to Geoff Barnes, and they had a son Hunter Barnes who looks a lot like this guy pictured in the Washington Post article.

Tony Ortega documented several Orders of the Day issues put out by the Sea Organization, and this is how it is verifiable that Geoff Barnes was both a scientologist, and a staff Sea Org member – apparently also working in the Hubbard audio unit under Diana Hubbard as well.

Tony Ortega’s blog – Scientology on the High Seas: Vixie, Vitamins, and Satan Worshippers – published October 26, 2012.

Another one from Tony, from October 5, 2012.

Another one from Tony, from October 13, 2012.

PO GEOFF BARNES – AUDIO VISUAL UNIT

Flag Admin Org Crew list on April 21st, 1971 posted January 2, 2014.

Note: PO stands for Petty Officer, a Sea Organization ranking

HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
HCO POLICY LETTER OF 20 DECEMBER 1969
Issue 11
Remimeo
Public Div
PRO Course

MICROPHONE HANDLING

NEVER, NEVER, NEVER blow into a microphone. Any microphone. To do so
can ruin the delicate mechanism inside to the extent that one blow into an expensive
mike can cost up to a hundred dollars in repair.

To test if a mike is on, you can tap it gently on the side with a finger, or speak
“testing” into it but, under no circumstances, should a microphone ever be blown on
or into.

Geoff Barnes
Flag Audio Chief
for
Lt. Cmdr. Diana Hubbard
LRH:DH:GB:nt.ei.rd CS-6
Copyright (Z 1969 for
by L. Ron Hubbard

L. RON HUBBARD
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Founder

– From OEC vol 6, page 225

 

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Important Update on 2 December 2015

As part of court documents of an August court case in Los Angeles, Salee Amina Mohammed is now on the California ‘vexatious litigants” list and is not allowed to file any further suits against anyone without first getting permission to do so by the Judge or Justice concerned. Although I haven’t verified this, I’ve been made aware that some of my work documenting her fraudulent claims has been used to document her lies in court, and caused at least one case to be thrown out of court with her ordered to pay attorney costs for the person she was vexatiously litigating against.

Page 3 says:

Exhibit E: a true and correct copy of the pertinent page of the Administrative Office of the California Courts’ Vexatious Litigant List …available at http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/vexlit.pdf  last updated August 5, 2015

Page 45 of PDF – She’s listed in the Exhibit E part of the PDF under each one of her aka names, including a new one to me “Louise Barnes”.

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References

1. Webster’s Third New International Dictionary

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Join the conversation! 2 Comments

  1. Wow. Amazing. Thanks for this.

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  2. Fascinating story and expose.

    Considering you had only recently left the “church” when this lady appeared you must have been very highly suspicious in any event knowing how they track ex employees who leave, especially someone like you with all your Guardian Office background.

    It is evident from this ladies email that she was most likely still working in some capacity for the “church” when she sent it back in Jan 2014 even if she ceased to be a church member years earlier which also seems very doubtful. She uses the term “suppressive” to describe you. It is most unlikely that someone who claims they left the church many years ago would ever use such a term because normal people do not use that scientology lingo. If anything, her slipping up by using that term very strongly implies that rather than having left the “church” she was still very much part of it, perhaps in a covertly active role( and maybe still is).

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