In Reply to: Could This Be Possible??? posted by Jewlz on May 02, 2005 at 19:28:24:
Lying and deception is standard operating procedure for the Family International in all matters. The Family International will piss on your shoes and tell you it's raining. There is no exception to their policy of lying under all circumtstances about everything. Don't expect them to admit even the most easily verifiable facts.
As far as confirming someone's membership status or history, I don't believe this is done except under extraordinary circumstances.
If you look at page 51 of the June 2003 amendments to the charter, there is a section entitled "26. The Issue of Children when Separating" stating that members involved in a child custody dispute have to move to Fellow Member status or leave the Family until the matter is resolved. However, it seems this may only apply when both parents remain in the Family and does not apply if one of the parents is not in the Family.