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DOCUMENT TITLE: Fictitious Business Name Statement [Church of Spiritual Technology (CST) as "L. Ron Hubbard Library"]
SUBJECT: Establishes a fictious business name, or "d.b.a." for CST
PARTIES: Sherman D. Lenske of Lenske, Lenske & Heller, filing attorney; Meade Emory and Sherman Lenske, architects of CST and of the fraudulent d.b.a.; Sherman Lenske, Stephen Lenske, and Lawrence E. Heller, Special Directors of CST; Russell Bellin, "President" of CST


BACKGROUND AND NOTES

This is the actual filing for the corporation known as Church of Spiritual Technology (CST) to do business under the fraudulent fictitious business name "L. Ron Hubbard Library." It had actually begun to do business under that name, pretending to be a library, about a month earlier, on 29 November 1997, exactly coincidental with the transfer of over 7,000 copyrights from Norman F. Starkey to CST as recorded by the Library of Congress Copyright Office.

When Sherman Lenske filed the document below on 27 December 1993, he knew that Norman F. Starkey was still "doing business as" the "L. Ron Hubbard Library" as well, because Lenske had filed the original d.b.a. using the same fraudulent name for Starkey in 1989, and had hand-written in the date for its expiry to coincide with when Lenske knew CST would already have tax exemption and the copyrights. Please see that original d.b.a. for the full story on collusion between IRS and Lenske in planning it.

Obviously CST is not a library, so obviously the name is a fraud intended only to deceive buyers of CST's products and to hide the nature and power and ownership of CST.

A scan of the actual filed document is below. It isn't great, but then it came from a government office, and they are very, very impoverished. Just ask any of them. As with the earlier d.b.a., we have borrowed this scan from the former Veritas site, so it has their annotations key numbered in red. Therefore, here also are their annotations for the red numbers:

1. The person recording the statement is Sherman D. Lenske, of the law firm Lenske, Lenske & Abramson. Their address is listed as being 6400 Canoga Avenue #315, Woodland Hills, California 91367.
2. The Fictitious Business Name Statement was filed at 21 minutes past 8:00 a.m. on December 27, 1993.
3. It cost $10.00 to file.
4. The Fictitious Business Name being filed is "L. Ron Hubbard Library."
5. The STREET ADDRESS, CITY AND STATE OF PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS IN CALIFORNIA is listed as being "419 N. Larchmont, #162 Los Angeles, California 90004." But that address is a P.O. Box, and the form specifically says: P.O. BOX ALONE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
6. FULL NAME OF REGISTRANT is given as "Church of Spiritual Technology" (CST).
7. Then CST's address is also listed as "419 N. Larchmont, #162 Los Angeles, California 90004," the same P.O. box given for the fictitious business name.
8. CST commenced doing business as the L. Ron Hubbard Library on November 29, 1993—the same day that Norman F. Starkey transferred all 7,731 copyrights to CST (see "How CST Grabbed the Copyrights").
9. The name of the corporation is given as "Church of Spiritual Technology."
10. Signature of the President of CST. It is believed to be the signature of a Russel Bellin.
11. The fictitious business name expires 5 years from the date of filing.

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