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Ordinance 884 has been voted by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors (RCBS) to limit picketing of residences. The manner in which it was presented by supervisor Stone and his reluctance to answer simple questions about it arose a suspicion that it was passed at the instigation and for the benefice of Scientology whose international headquarters (Int base, Gold base) are located in Hemet.

Here is a video that summarizes some of the issues.

Ordinance Timeline Edit

As most of the visible action happened at the RCBS' meetings, it will be used as a reference. Full meetings can be viewed here using Internet Explorer. Extracts about Ordinance 884 can be seen here.

2008 Edit

26th October - AnonOrange arrested at Gold Base Edit

  • Video Protest until AO goes and checkes his car
  • Video AO interaction with the guards
  • Video AO restrained by security guards
  • Video Waiting for the police
  • Thread

25th November - RCBS Edit

  • Video 1, 6:17 Supervisor Bob Buster questions the validity of the proposed ordinance
  • Video 2, 4:38 Supervisor Jeff Stone speaks about a hate group, potentially violent against a religion, who requested the County to see what can be done
  • Video 3 Supervisors; Joe Rank, County counsel; Samuel Alhadeff, scientology's attorney (was never introduced as such)
  • Video 4 Supervisors; Joe Rank; Samuel Alhadeff
  • Complete video with partial transcription
  • [Thread]

9th December - RCBS Edit

  • Video 1 Julie Waltz, Susan Eliot
  • Video 2 AnonOrange
  • Video 3, 8:50 Samuel Alhadeff: right to privacy; "We drafted the ordinance"; decency; Jeff Stone mentions Anonymous; Samuel Alhadeff: mentions Anonymous' targets and insists about Jews
  • Video 4 AnonOrange; Jeff Stone presents the pamphlet about Anonymous: it is the reason for the ordinance
  • Video 5 Supervisors
  • Complete video with partial transcription
  • [Thread]

January 2009 Edit

6th - RCBS Edit

13th - RCBS Edit

  • Video 1 Lirra Bishop
  • Video 2 Susan Eliot
  • Video 3 Graham Berry is given 6 minutes instead of 9
  • Video 4 Donald Myers
  • Video 5 Gary Scarff
  • Video 6 AnonOrange is sent away even if his time was not given to Graham Berry; Pamela Walls, county counsel
  • Video 7 Supervisors; Samuel Alhadeff
  • Video 8 Supervisors; Samuel Alhadeff: Ordinance already worked; Catherine Frasier, scientology's PR person
  • Video 9 AnonOrange (finally); Graham Berry; Peter Lebond, Sheriff department
  • Video 10 Peter Lebond; Supervisors
  • Complete video with partial transcription
  • Thread
  • The RCBS voted unanimously (5-0) on a 4-week "continuance" (suspension) before formal adoption of Ordinance 884 "regulating targeted residential protests".

February 2009 Edit

10th - RCBS Edit

24th - RCBS Edit

24th - Mark Bunker and Mark Lowell arrested at Gold Base Edit

  • Video Arrest; discussion at the police station before the release
  • Video Release at the station
  • Video Discussion outside the station
  • Thread
  • Charges were later dropped by the District attorney.

March 2009 Edit

3rd - RCBS Edit

17th - RCBS Edit

  • Video 1, 7:18 Julie Waltz (x2)
  • Video 2, 4:47 Jeff Stone: a 3 minute limit will be implemented; Lirra Bishop: it is double standards; Jeff Stone is a liar
  • Thread

19th - Scientologists' letters Edit

  • After the remark about the fact that no scientologist complained, about a hundred letters are sent to the RCBS Letters
  • Thread
  • All wrote a letter at about the same time and none showed up at the meeting.

24th - RCBS Edit

28th - AGP cited at Gold Base Edit

31st - RCBS Edit

April 2009 Edit

7th - RCBS Edit

  • Video Julie Waltz; Lirra Bishop

21st - RCBS Edit

28th - RCBS Edit

May 2009 Edit

5th - RCBS Edit

12th - RCBS Edit

19th - RCBS Edit

June 2009 Edit

16th - RCBS Edit

  • Video, 9:12 Lirra Bishop; Pamela Walls; Bob Buster: alternative solutions? Julie Waltz

23rd - RCBS Edit

30th - RCBS Edit

Known Connections Between Supervisor Stone and Scientology Edit

  • Supervisor Stone's attorney is also an attorney for Scientology.
  • Supervisor Stone's wife knows Scientology PR Catherine Frasier well enough to hug her outside the board meeting room.
  • Supervisor Stone's campaign received some money from Scientologists.
This content originated on WhyWeProtest forums. Click here to see the original thread.


The Stone-March Family Edit

Facts about family members are mentioned first. Possible homonyms are then mentioned with a letter. Dates are sometimes derived from relative information (age).

Jeffrey “Jeff” Stone Edit

Jeffrey “Jeff” Stone (1956-) is a Riverside county supervisor, who was a member of the Temecula City Council (1992-2005) and an unsuccessful candidate for the California State Assembly, 66th District in 2000 and raised over $300,000 for his reelection in 2008. During his first Supervisor campaign, he received a $40,000 loan from a March family trust, but did not keep a copy of it and was fined $2,000. He strongly promoted electronic vote, but failed to allow a test in reasonable conditions. Pharmacist, Doctor of Pharmacy, U.S.C., co-owner of Innovative Compounding Pharmacy, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, Cal State Dominguez Hills. In 1999, he admitted committing four improper business practices and closed his Temecula pharmacy and opened the Murrieta compounding business; in 2003, he was sued for preparing a drug “in lethal concentrations”; he claims that, in both cases, the complains were politically motivated. Born in Los Angeles, he moved early with his family to Anaheim and to Temecula in 1976. He was the only elected person present at the 4th annual Cannabis therapy conference. He is married to Regina (1962-) and they have four children: Brittany, Jason, Vincent and Anthony. Jeff and Regina bought a $975,000 property in Nevada in 2007. He seems to be prone to motorcycle accidents.

a. Jeffrey Clinton Stone (1960-) who has an address in Santa Maria, CA, but also in Hawaii.

b. Jeffrey Stone, on Scientology Service Completions list in 1990.

Laurene “Lori” Stone Edit

Laurene “Lori” Stone (Rubin) is a full time volunteer parliamentary assistant to her brother since 2004 who received between [{agency name goes here} - Electronic Filing System $42,000] and [RapidShare: Easy Filehosting $71,000 ] in 2008 from his Supervisor campaign funds as consultant. Before that, she graduated from Hemet high school in 1980, received a cosmetology license and operated up to five beauty salons with more than 60 employees and independent contractors , including one in Beverly Hills with celebrities patrons (non-Scientologists). In 2001, she sells her business and runs for the city council of Murrieta, but looses. In 2005, she co-owns Innovative Respiratory Care (IRC) with her husband, and possibly Innovative Intrathecal Solutions Inc [28] and Womens Breast Cancer Resource Center, which share the same address as her brother’s company in Murrieta. She married Daniel H. “Dan” Rubin (1940-) in Clark County, Nevada (02.06.2001), may be divorced and have two children.

a. Lori Rubin, on Scientology Service Completions list in 1988, cannot be the same person.

b. Lori Louise Stone (1953-).

c. Lori M. Stone is executive director of the March Joint Powers Authority, in charge of reconverting an USAF airport to civilian activities.

Charlene Rose Stone Edit

Charlene Rose Stone (-March) (1937-1994) is the mother who moved to Temecula in 1976 with her children Lori and Jeff. She operated several travel agencies and succumbed to breast cancer in 2001. She married with Charles March in 1981, in Nevada.

Lawrence Dale “Larry” Stone Edit

Lawrence Dale “Larry” Stone is the father.

Charles Lindblade March Edit

Charles Lindblade March (1923-2001) is the step-father (marriage with Charlene in Nevada, 1981). He was a real estate broker for 40 years; he had three children (Jeff, Lori and Teresa Richardson) and four step-daughters. He was a freemason.

March Family Trust Edit

A March family trust, for which Jeff Stone is the trustee since 1993, bought a flat in Las Vegas in 2007.

a. A March family trust owns or owned property in [Home Info for 3859 Woodhill Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89121 - Zillow Las Vegas], [Clerk and Recorder: Detail for a Reception Number Colorado Spring] and Henderson, NV*. The trust was created in 2000 by John C. (1924-2002) and Genevieve March who were also trustees**.

Open questions Edit

  • Is the March family trust from which Jeff received a loan – and is a beneficiary of - the one for which he is the trustee?
  • Are John and Charles March relatives?
  • Connection between the March airport and the March family?
  • What was the price of the property bought in Las Vegas: $10 or $470,000?

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