Removing all messages from CureZone with a simple click will be possible in a few weeks or a few months.
It is impossible today.
Even when that function is available, the mesages will not be removed completely.
Username will be replaced with #, message body will be hidden. But, the message page will still be there, as a part of a complete discussion thread.
Removing a message completely, when there are actually replies to that message, would also remove those replies, and we don't want to give that power to anyone, especially not on a single click.
Even after messages are edited , it would take months or years before they are updated on Google, Yahoo, AOL, MSN, Ask Jeeves, Entireweb, Dogpile, AltaVista, Lycos, Go.com, .... unless the messages are fresh (few days/weeks) and are not yet downloaded by search engines.
When a message is deleted or hidden from curezone, an attempt to get that message does not return "HTTP Error 404 - File or directory not found"
If that error would be returned, one could remove a page from Google within a few days/weeks, simply by submitting page URL to Google remove form.
Instead, any attempt to reach a hidden/deleted message results in browser being redirected to the forum main page.
This alone may result in an extra delay when it comes to updating Google index.
In order to have any information quickly removed from CureZone, the best is to edit your own message and remove only what needs to be removed (replace username with #, remove any personally identifiable info), while leaving the rest of the page as it is.
Google is faster in updating such changes then in removing a whole URL altogether.
In order to remove URL altogether from Google, Gogleboot must access the same URL 2 or 3 times. Finding the URL is not active only once is not enough for URL to be removed from Google.