Concert for the LMT
|Mike Krotz and Mr.
Scary Procductions held a benefit concert for
the LMT in Clearwater, Florida on November 11,
2001. Hosting the benefit was slam-poet Jamie
Kennedy who has been profiled on such shows
as 60 Minutes. Jamie is also the great grandson
of Scientology's founder, L. Ron Hubbard and
an outspoken critic of Scientology.
When it was announced that the benefit was being
planned, Scientology responded with a series of
of the Concert
Scary Productions announces that they will hold
a benefit concert for the Lisa McPherson Trust.
Letter from Mary DeMoss
the announcement of the benefit concert, Mary DeMoss
and her "Foundation for Religious Tolerance"
group sent this letter and flyer to people in Clearwater
Emcee is Under Attack
Scientology harasses Founder's kin.
Kennedy, the great-grandson of L. Ron Hubbard, has
agreed to emcee the benefit concert. He has
posted a web page report about Scientology's campaign
of harassment since his involvement was announced.
Appearance to Plug Concert
October 27, 2000
Krotz appeared on WFLA radio to promote the benefit
concert from Mr. Scary Productions.
October 28, 2000
front group, The Foundation for Religious Tolerance,
left this flyer outside the LMT offices and is spreading
it throughout Clearwater. They call the benefit
concert a hate-rally and further attack Jamie Kennedy.
November 2, 2000
Foundation for Religious Tolerance strikes again
with another two page letter spread throughout Clearwater.
This one quotes the artists performing at the concert
and uses lyrics to smear Stacy's name.
November 11, 2000
highlights from the concert include live performances
from Jamie Kennedy and videotaped presentations
about the LMT.
Kennedy on the Air
November 13, 2000
Kennedy appeared live on the highest rated Tampa
area radio show and the LMT cameras were there to
record the event. See Jamie with syndicated
shock jock, Bubba, the Love Sponge as they discuss
the concert and Scientology in general.