Patty Pieniadz (a.k.a. Cerridwen) posts to a hate group on the Internet as “Cerridwen” and other pseudonyms. She has no other purpose in life than to spend countless hours posting the names of Scientologists with the intention of making them targets of a harassment campaign, which has caused acts of violence against individual parishioners and Churches.
Why is Pieniadz attacking the people she used to call friends? Simply stated, time after time she betrayed her friends who tried to help her. Pieniadz apparently has decided to make believe that she is the victim of someone else’s wrongdoing, yet she is ignoring how many friends she ripped off.
The following are just a few examples:
Pieniadz worked for a company and at her request, Pieniadz was allowed to put personal charges totaling about $10,000 on the company credit cards on the promise that she would make the monthly payments until the cards were paid off. Not only did Pieniadz betray her friends by not making the agreed upon payments but she stuck them with thousands and thousands of dollars in interest charges and late fees, not to mention affecting the company’s credit rating. (1990)
Pieniadz borrowed $12,250 from another friend, agreeing to make monthly payments until the debt was paid in full and again breaking her promise without paying the money back. (1990)
In 2000, Pieniadz was in serious need of help. Her husband had reportedly lost about $20,000 gambling.
In an effort to help, someone who had considered Pieniadz a friend since the late 1970s set Pieniadz up in a Christmas retail business so she could make money. He supplied the training and approximately $2,500 worth of materials, equipment and stock up front at no cost to Pieniadz. The agreement was that she would pay the friend back for the materials and stock and that they would split the profits. Pieniadz never paid a dime. Not only did Pieniadz never return the leftover stock as she hadn’t paid for it, but later sold it to someone else and kept the profit.
In August 2004, Pieniadz filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy despite an estimated 2004 family income of around $75,000.
In reviewing the papers, two possible explanations for filing present themselves: 1) The reported $20,000 gambling loss over the past year left her a little short on cash or 2) Pieniadz wanted to get out of all her debts before she collected the $12,000 insurance claim which is listed as an asset.
In either case, Pieniadz obviously has a modus operandi to make agreements to get what she wants and then break them and not pay for what was received. What else would you call living in an apartment for a year, not paying rent and then asking for it to be discharged in a bankruptcy?
Patricia Pieniadz uses several pseudonyms when posting to a specific hate group. One of them was Morrigan.
In some of her Morrigam writings several lies came to light. Here is what Pieniadz specifically stated:
“I am sure they are real interested in a successful business woman [referring to herself] posting her views.”
“30 years ago, I was heavily on drugs, I dropped out of college, wouldn’t talk to my family and my future looked pretty bleak. … I now own my own successful business, been married many years with children, and get along great with my family …”
In documents filed with the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Connecticut, Patricia Pieniadz states that she works at Dunkin Donuts and previously sold sunglasses in the street. Furthermore, she doesn’t have children, but just a son.
An RFW correspondent verified that far from being a successful business woman as claimed, in fact Pieniadz works at Dunkin Donuts in New London, CT.