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Tuesday, 17 November 2009 23:36

David Miscavige has enlisted three of his long-time partners in crime, Marion Pouw, Mike Sutter and Hansuli Stahli. If you’ve read about some of David Miscavige’s criminal activities, you’ve probably seen their names. Each one of them is an expert at justifying anything Miscavige orders, no matter how criminal. In fact, they’re so good at this kind of justification, so fast, it has become a substitute for having their own viewpoint. And when a person has lost their own viewpoint they can no longer as-is anything. So, they survive, machine-like, according to aberrated computations like "David Miscavige is always right" or "Nothing matters but expansion." Hence the term robot.

Whereas the purpose of Scientology is to bring a person up to the point he or she is capable of having his or her own viewpoint, “always observing to observe,” these people have honed the ability of seeing everything through the viewpoint of Miscavige. They never question anything he orders, they never see any shades of gray or gradients of right or wrong. They only see in stark black and white: anything Miscavige orders is white, is right. ANYONE who stands in his way is dark, is wrong.

If you have ever met any of them, chances are the words “condescending,” “arrogant” and “out of valence” will bring a smile to your lips. Who else would want to be a Miscavige crony?

These are some of the RTC staff who are willing to accept grossly inflated bonuses and pay for years to make David Miscavige’s weekly take of parishioner booty seem less excessive in the eyes of the IRS. They are Sea Org members BOUGHT and SOLD... weaned on a steady diet of favors, gifts, travel, nights out at the movies, ski trips and cash -- all based on false stats. RTC’s stats are based on property value. So they hire someone who does nothing but tour property full time and illegally inflate property value. Thus RTC’s stats are always up as long as the buildings look good! Who cares about the staff or actual Scientologists.

You’re going to hear more about their betrayals and abuses of public trust.

But suffice it to say, these are junkies so hooked on lies they can’t stop suckling the teat even though they swallow the blood of Scientology parishioners, i.e., YOUR money. Personally, I thought that money was supposed to go to bringing more people into the religion. But with all DM’s crimes, all the money in the world won’t bring people in. Meanwhile, most of the money is wasted on real estate to keep RTC’s stats up so the fat keep getting fatter with more bonuses and rewards.

Crossing the line

Well, as I said Miscavige has sent them on a special project of damage control. One by one they are contacting Scientologists and ex-staff and trying to “handle them” by showing them videos of all the new buildings. That the buildings are empty is no matter. "Expansion" has been redefined to mean "real estate."

Photo of Yael Lustgarten, Scientology's moral poster child
Tommy Davis's poster child for "Scientologists for Miscavige," Yael
Lustgarten, (right) joins Marion Pouw, Mike Sutter, Hansuli Stahli
and others who will do anything to please David Miscavige.

(Yes, t
his is a genuine photo.) For more on Yael Lustargen,
read this article by The Scarlet Pumpernickel.

So far, out of all the hundreds of staff who have left the Int base in protest over abuses there, they’ve only gotten a tiny handful of solid converts willing to sell their soul. Leading the way is Yael Lustgarten who only cares about herself and reconnecting with her wealthy Scientology family (after years of disconnection). Bringing about justice, doing what is right... "That's not my problem," she told me. Those, like Yael, under the Miscavige thumb are now being prodded to reach out to other ex-staff they haven’t spoken to for years (and thus never really cared about).

Yael borrowed $700 from one person and only after heavy intervention did she repay... part of it. Still owes $150. Classy.

So here's what to expect when the buzzards start to circle: After a bit of introduction, and “Gosh, remember when...” and “I heard you are married now...” they tell their own sanitized story. Then they bring up the people who are “attacking the church.”

To an out-of-valence justification machine like Marion Pouw, blowing the whistle on abuse, violence and crime = "attacking the church." Strange, but I don’t think human rights organizations around the world... I don’t think media outlets around the world... I don’t think the world itself would agree with that equation.

Next comes “logic” like “Why turn around and attack the thing we supported for all those years?” Why indeed?

Here are some possible answers: duh... because human trafficking is a crime? Because blackmail, extortion, racketeering, assault, torture are wrong? Because forcing thousands of abortions and hundreds of divorces is wrong? Because breaking up families through disconnection is wrong? Because embezzlement is wrong? Because soliciting millions in donations for one thing, but spending the money on something else is wrong? Because harming people to the point that some have committed suicide is wrong? Because using Reverse Scientology is wrong? Because making Scientology into a farce is wrong?

But why even wait for an answer? Instead Yael and her crony buzzards rush onward from inane rhetorical questions to naming key whistle blowers. Then they level the final condemnation.

The word from David Miscavige, filtered through Marion Pouw, Mike Sutter and Hansuli Stahli, through Yael Sherlock, Wolfi Frank and Neel Smed is that these leaders “only say they are pulling David Miscavige’s withholds, but it’s not true. They are hurting Scientology.” Are we really, now?

3rd-dynamic auditors

When I was six years old, I tried to do a back flip off a fence and broke my right arm just above the wrist. It was a compound fracture, but I didn’t cry. My parents rushed me to the hospital. After X-rays, the doctors told me they had to set the bones and when they did it was “going to hurt.”

It did.

But the bones healed and I got my arm back. The pain was over soon enough. 3rd-dynamic auditing is like that. Honesty can be a bitter pill. Miscavige is trying hard to spit it out. He’ll throw anyone under the bus. Me, you, any of us.

Ultimately, what all this shows is that “the tone arm is moving;” we are making progress.

Yes, I'm sure confronting the truth hurts. David Miscavige blew session in the early 1990s and has not been back in session since. No one has ever pulled his withholds, that's a big part of the problem. So we are doing it; and we're thorough.

Good for the soul

Expect the patient to howl and squirm. The medicine is bitter but lord it's needed. And what is that medicine? Ethics; transparency; accountability.

We haven’t spread any lies that I know of. We have exposed many crimes, however.

If there had been no flagrant criminality, no shocking abuses, no financial irregularities, no human rights violations, none of this would even be happening.

We aren't damaging Scientology. Those who committed the crimes are responsible for that. Did David Miscavige think he could commit all manner of crimes and never be held accountable for that? How arrogant.

Years ago, I wrote a slogan for film called, "The Married Couple": Can honesty restore what secrets destroyed?

I say yes. What about you?

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Friday, 06 November 2009 16:01

Photo of the moon at nightWhen the St Pete Times came out with the first three articles on the Church of Scientology, The Truth Rundown, David Miscavige's answer (through cursing mouthpiece Tommy Davis) was that these four whistle blowers were simply isolated lunatics. So the St Pete Times rapidly produced eleven more senior executives from the highest ranks of the Church who's stories ALL corroborated the first group. The Church's response to that bit of shame was to say no one was ever kept captive at the Int base: all were free to leave any time they wanted. The St Pete Times answered that lie with the most recent series, detailing the stories of even MORE whistle blowers -- hounded, chased, spied upon, held prisoner, subjected to dirty tricks and more.

What these stories have revealed is not minor "criticism" but serious abuse and crimes punishable by law, felonies in some cases, violations of fundamental human and civil rights of the worst order. The St Pete Times has said nothing about the religion itself; the newspaper isn't attacking the religion.

The very fact that a few pathetic scarecrows calling themselves Scientologists continue to try and brush these kinds of crimes under the rug just serves to separate out the wholly irresponsible and the gleefully insane from the rest of us. Since these human failures have failed to figure it out, here it is again:

You don't sweep crime under the rug! You don’t "dismiss" a felony. Good deeds on one hand don’t make crimes by the other okay.

I remember several years ago when lurid accounts of child abuse by certain Catholic priests were revealed along with a decades-long cover up. I didn’t see a bunch of Catholics trying to pull the red herring, “Stop attacking my religion” or like Tommy Davis classic wrong answer to charges of horrid crime, "Stop whining."

In David Miscavige and his miscreant minions, we are exposing someone who is not only morally reprehensible, but entirely without scruples. If Scientologists with the Miscavige “M” on their forehead turn a blind eye on that, perhaps it’s because in 25 years under the shadow of Miscavige they’ve simply grown used to the DARK.

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OSA: Informants and Re-Purposing PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 28 October 2009 11:54

Image of a lipstick kissThousands of Scientologists have thrown off their chains... you know, the ones with the little "DM" on each link? But some wonder what will happen if they publicly declare their independence? Will OSA try to do anything to them?

OSA is a bit short handed. Dozens of ex-staff from the Int Base including Scientology's top two lieutenants have taken off the gloves and gone on the record about abuses by David Miscavige at the Int Base covering real crimes such as assault, blackmail, extortion, human trafficking, forced abortions, you name it. Tom Tobin and Joe Childs of the Saint Petersburg Times exposed more criminality with their massive 4-part blockbuster entitled "The Truth Rundown" with evidence it was David Miscavige's own off-line orders to the Flag C/S that resulted in the death of Lisa McPherson. Church staff in France were just convicted of fraud and people are going to prison. Tommy Davis, untrained, unstable and over his head, just blew another national TV interview in the worst way with Martin Bashir on ABC's Nightline. A new book is coming out that exposes Miscavige in shocking detail. Academy Award winning filmmaker and Scientologist Paul Haggis just resigned from the Church. OT VIII, Geir Isene resigned from Miscavology along with many others. They've also got lawsuits over non-payment of wages and human trafficking. And so much more.

OSA has neither the time nor the resources to stop this avalanche. And of course, the real avalanche hasn't even hit them yet. 

All I can say is hell hath no fury like a planet scorned.

Funky Town

Since most of the competent people left OSA long ago, leaving only Miscavige flim-flam artist and loose cannon, Tommy Davis, to prop up David Miscavige's broken-down empire, what you can expect is to be visited by a certain number of fools. OSA gets accomplices (people who have ignored you for years, but suddenly get friendly) to sidle up next to you. And suddenly you're hearing from someone who has a story "just like yours" or as near as OSA can cook it up. For example, if you sent someone into a Church and the person was mishandled, they will tell you the same story happened to them and express some consternation about it. If the IAS regs forced you into debt and took all your savings and retirement and now you are upset about it, what do you know, the same thing happened to them. Or if your daughter joined the Sea Org, didn't like it and left and now she's declared a suppressive person and you were told you must disconnect, what a coincidence! The same thing happened to them!

This sort of funky, contrived reality is called "getting on your good side."

Actually it's a two step process. Step one is to offer some strange excuse for contacting you out of the blue. Wolfie Frank (ex-SO and well-known OSA informant in the LA area) called me to say he was going to be headed down to Texas and might like to come and say hello while in the neighborhood. I said, "Oh, what are you coming to Texas for?" He said, "Oh, one of my best clients is a company down in McAllen, Texas. I've been working with them and may need to visit them." I said, "Oh, I have friends in McAllen. What is the name of the company?" Wolfie said, "Huh... um... actually, that's a good question. Let's see, what is their name? I usually just call the guy, so I... I, huh, don't know the name of the company. I think it was like... a guy's name or something..."

Needless to say he never made any trip down to Texas to a company that doesn't exist.

Love Bombs Away!

Man, if there's anything I love it's retro stuff. You too? One couple who have ignored me for years called because they just wanted to flow me some "LOVE." Woo-hoo, suddenly '60s peace symbols and love beads were swirling around my head. The gushing Love Bombers said, "Well, (forced laughter)... I've just decided to (forced laughter) LOVE everyone... (forced laughter) life's too short to get involved in mud slinging! (forced laughter)."  (Forced laughter is 1.1 per Science of Survival).

Mud slinging? Who was talking about mud slinging? See, you get these little non-sequitur bits on the ends of strings. (You're not supposed to notice).

This love bomb approach is to "set a good example" (I guess assuming that they are role models for me) "We just love everyone! (forced laughter) Gosh, there's so much negativity, we're totally into the positive! We're not into protests or anything (forced laughter)."

"Protests"? Who said anything about protests? I told them I'm not protesting. I'm blowing the whistle on rampant criminality and abuses within the church. I'm not a "protester" I'm a "whistle blower" there's a big difference. 

Re-Purposing You

What they are really trying to do is little by little, divert you away from what you're doing onto something else. Always with little indirect hints and suggestions. But if you know anything about the tone scale, picking these off is like shooting a target taped to the end of your gun.

Another ploy is the "confused" approach whereby the person acts confused by "everything going on" and then announces happily, "Well, I'm just going to concentrate on building up my business. I want to make a lot of MONEY! Life's too short..." Here's an actual example from... yesterday: "My own certainty of LRH is rock solid, but frankly, I'm not certain what to do, so I've just decided to end cycle and go on with my business building and living life!" I'm supposed to take a hint and just "end cycle."

Then there is the "confused, needs some of your help" reason for someone calling who otherwise never speaks to you at all. "My firm is thinking of hiring someone and since you know all about it I wanted to get some advice..."  They proceed to ask you a question or two that any 4-year old could answer himself by just typing in the question on Google. At that point you realize what they're doing... wait for it... wait for it... (you know it's coming). Abruptly the conversation shifts onto re-purposing you. Feel free to yell, "BINGO!"

If your confront is really up, you can recognize these people by their earmarks of,

  • Complete irresponsibility
  • Glee of insanity

If they were a movie, they'd be rated "K" for kook.

Here's an actual email received today. This is five days after Paul Haggis's resignation letter hit the media, while scientology-cult.com had 485 visitors online reading Paul Haggis's letter:

"Hey guys, Great job with everything thus far! Getting DM out and LRH back in is the way to go! A lot is happening right now. The Today Show just did a segment on Scn. Any chance you can update your home page content to include this? Believe it or not, the Paul Haggis thing is already ancient history in this fast-paced, high-tech world. I'd like to be able to send more and more of my Scn friends to your site, and keeping the content fresh on a daily basis is vital now that we LRH purists are rising quickly in power. Keep up the great work! Bryan"

LRH said criminals are stupid. This last letter really proves it. Paul Haggis... ancient history? Hum, seems like I know of 485 visitors online this very moment who would disagree.

Anti Re-Purposing Spray

So to recap, OSA's re-purposing program goes like this:

1) Loony excuse for someone to call you who has ignored you for years.

  • Emulating your own story or experiences
  • Love Bombs away!
  • Just happened to be in the neighborhood
  • Confused about everything
  • Needs business or technical advice (but not really)

2) Small talk followed by attempt to re-purpose you by

  • Setting a "good" (horrible) example
  • Friendly advice
  • Adopting a stable datum 
  • Acting as a role model (pleeease!)

Re-Purposing OSA

Since they do it to others, they are susceptible to it. So I'm going to re-purpose the OSA staff reading this:

The world is trying to tell you something and you should listen. Look beyond any fixed ideas and realize there is a world out there that you are a part of. It is your own 4th dynamic. That 4th dynamic is telling you in so many ways that you as a Scientologist and group member are out ethics. Instead of wearing your hat to get in ethics, Miscavige has perverted your purpose to stopping people who are trying to get in ethics on him. That isn't the purpose LRH gave you. You aren't investigating allegations of crimes because you think "Critics always attack when we start to expand." Well, LRH never counted expansion in terms of real estate funded through illegal donations. The fact is Scientology is shrinking. The Church is being attacked because it is off purpose. Staff have been made into IAS regs, yet LRH forbid straight donations. He had a label for it: criminal exchange. 

You personally are not only letting Scientology go down the tubes on your watch, you are trying (and failing) to prevent more ethical people from doing something about it. You've sunk down to the level of an inept secret police for David Miscavige.

Look past your fixed ideas and just look, look, look. Don't think, look.

You personally can be a part of the solution. Collect evidence of crimes and come forward while you still can. You aren't going to destroy Scientology by doing so, on the contrary supporting a criminal regime is destroying Scientology. Since when does improving conditions start with lying? Since when is extortion, abortions, human trafficking, and endless sleep deprivation part of the road out? The way out isn't to negate, deny, not-is, or avoid. The way out is the way through, and if that means coming clean organizationally, then that IS what we have to do.

Doing so may mean the difference between regaining your personal integrity and going to prison. Stop being a victim and take responsibility for yourself.

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Miscavige Hires a Felon? PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 20 July 2009 16:24

Image of Vinnie Parco, private investigatorWonders never cease. Last week David Miscavige ordered Continential Airlines records be hacked into. From this, he learned of a flight from New York that Marty Rathbun was scheduled to take on Friday, July 17. He put PI Vinnie Parco, a character right out of central casting onto the same flight. Vinnie so overtly attempted to befriend Marty that it was ridiculous. As Marty explained, "Vinnie is so incompetent, I caught him debriefing on his conversation with me by cell phone at a layover in Houston."

You’ve seen the rock, now let's look under it. According to Wikipedia,

  1. Vinnie Parco is not only a convicted felon, but...
  2. Vincent Parco illegally sold a gun with a silencer to Carolyn Warmus who used it to murder her ex-lover's wife.
  3. In the trial, it came out that Vinnie Parco had also tried to hire a hit man to kill Warmus’s ex-lovers wife. Parco only avoided a murder conviction by turning against his one-time client and lover, though Parco was married at the time, and testifying for the prosecution.
  4. Parco said later his attempt to contract a killing was “nine years ago. I’ve grown a lot since then.”
  5. In fact he grew so much that in 2006 US District Judge Susan Bucklew had to intervene when Vinnie Parco was caught tampering with the jury and witnesses during a mobster’s racketeering trial.

So THIS is who David Miscavige (the criminal mastermind who subverted the Church of Scientology) hires to stop Marty from exposing David Miscavige's crimes: Vinnie Parco, a man who could have been convicted of murder?

You see, when Miscavige’s normal Go-to-Guy, Tommy Davis, isn’t good enough (even though Tommy works for free) Miscavige spends the extra cash (parishioner donations) to hire his extra special Go-to-Guy, Vinnie Parco!

Can anyone think of a more greasy, putrid, willing-to-do-anything-for-money-no-matter-how-unsavory person?

Gosh, just thought of a question... What is David Miscavige doing at the head of a religion that hires murderers?

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Scientology on Trial in France PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 28 May 2009 06:14

The Pied Piper of Scientology

Alan Rosenberg of the Church of Scientology Paris, pushes back reporters as he leaves court. Photo: Reuters
Alan Rosenberg of the Church of Scientology Paris pushes
back reporters as he leaves court. Photo: Reuters

In the 1970s and 1980s, LRH did a great deal of research into the subject of delusion. He found that people who live unethical lives don't see the real world. They live in their own delusional reality. That's why when you talk to someone who is involved in some unethical practice, your attempts to help may fall on deaf ears. Like the 130 children of Hamelin, Germany who followed the legendary Pied Piper to their deaths June 26, 1284. No one could get through to them until it was too late.

Today Scientology staff in organizations worldwide are following a corrupt piper named David Miscavige. I write from personal experience. He has them coercing and badgering parishioners for every last penny as part of programs that he instituted or through puppets. Swept up in his lies and propaganda, convinced they are following "command intention," following cherry-picked LRH policies that David Miscavige has emphasizes totally out of context, these staff are heading for a fall. As LRH says, when the individual disregards his own responsibility for ethical behavior, eventually blind Justice herself has no choice but to act.

Hence the photo at above.

Do I think French courts will succeed in shutting Scientology down in France? I doubt it, because in most cases auditing and training actually produce results. But do Church staff have clean hands? No they don't. 


Recently a friend of mine who had moved to a new city made an experiment at my request. He attended a Scientology event his new city. Within days he was receiving 6 to 12 emails a day -- all spam -- inviting him into the org for various "brifings." Each of these briefings was thinly veiled ploy to get him into the org to shake him down for a donation to help finance their new "Ideal Org" in direct contravention of LRH policy.

Soon he started to receive 3-5 phone calls a day, 7 days a week. Each of the phone calls were to invite him into the org for a "briefing," again the briefings were a ploy to get him in so he could be shaken down for a donation for their new "Ideal Org."

When that did not work, someone from the Scientology Church called him and left a voicemail actually requesting a donation of $5,000 -- in a voicemail! The staff menber did not know my friend; they had never met.

He confronted her on this and her response was, "Well, you're in the field and the field is expected to support the org." This line comes directly from David Miscavige. There is nothing in LRH Policy that says Scientologists are expected to buy the org's building. This was crazy. But it got even worse. 

Soon the staff started calling my friend's wife, too. She was not even a Scientologist. They called as late as 10:30 PM to "brief her on their plans to get a new Ideal Org."

David Miscavige (center) parties with buddy Tom Cruise at a motorcycle race.
David Miscavige (center) parties with buddy
Tom Cruise at a motorcycle race in 2008.

My friend also attended several events. One of the events turned out to be a cover for a mass recruiting drive. A classic "bait and switch." In other words, the person arrived, the briefing took place, and then abruptly changed with a, "Does everyone agree we need to do all we can to ______ ?" People agreed. So the speaker continued, "Good, that's why we want everyone to join staff tonight. So I want everyone to decide to join staff and stand up and come up here to the front." For the next 15 or 20 minutes, he sat through the painfully embarrassing process of remaining in his seat while two plants in the audience stood up and pretended to join staff. One of those people had told him two weeks before that he had just joined staff. So even that was fake.

One of the other two events turned out to be a cover for a "group reg cycle" where donations are demanded from everyone in the audience. Another bait and switch: "Okay, are you guys excited?"  (fake enthusiasm)...

Audience: (groaning) "Yes"

"Are you really excited?"

Audience: "Yes."

"I don't hear you! Are you REALLY excited?"

Audience: "YES."

"Okay, then before you leave tonight, everyone needs to donate at least $100 for our new Ideal Org. We need to raise 4 million dollars in the next two weeks. So everyone needs to do whatever you can, okay? Okay, who's going to be first?" And for the next 10 minutes he sat there while a few people donated money, starting again with a plant in the audience who got the ball rolling with a $500 dollar donation. This sort of thing is 100% off policy. In fact, if a Scientologist from the 1970s could have been transported to any of these events in 2009 he would have been ashamed. Let me explain.

Eric Roux, head of the Paris Celebrity Centre of Scientology, answers questions at the court house.  Photo: AFP/GETTY
Eric Roux of Celebrity Centre Paris at
the court house.  Photo: AFP/GETTY 

Leading You Astray

In those days (before Miscavige wrested control of the Church from those Hubbard assigned to run it) there was no IAS membership whereby Scientologists donate hundreds, thousands and even millions of dollars in exchange for status pins and a photo with, you guested it, David Miscavige. There were no donation programs for "Ideal Orgs" of which there is nothing in Policy.

Organizations had but one job, to sell and deliver books, training and counseling. That's it. Any donations were refundable. Orgs were instructed to EARN new buildings by delivering actual services in exchange for money. Not any more. Not under Miscavige. Now staff simply demand (non-refundable) donations of cash.

In the year 2000, working at the Int Base, Miscavige made it very clear he was after money. He stressed the events were all about making money. The production of new releases was designed to generated money. To demonstrate, he took over the production of LRH lectures and produced a special run of the Philadelphia Doctorate Course Lectures to do one thing: generate the cash to buy CD equipment. The CDs he knew would be a huge money maker because, as he pointed out over and over, CDs cost only $0.12 to produce whereas cassette tapes were far above that. Miscavige needed a lot of cash because he is the worst money manager anyone has ever heard of. He wastes millions like most people waste bread crumbs. You think I'm kidding. I'm not.

Scientology-Cult.com is putting together a detailed article to expose how many millions we know David Miscavige has wasted. The total figure is staggering... a small preview:

"...The wood paneling in David Miscavige's office was replaced twice and is African Zebra wood that costs $500 per foot. There are 1,000 feet of wood = $500,000 parishioner money. His hand-built desk rises up out of the floor. Cost: $17,000 of parishioner cash. Miscavige's Egyptian cotton tailor-made shirts cost $500 each. Parishioner cash."

Meanwhile staff like Alan Rosenberg in Paris generally make very little and risk going to jail for being stupid enough and pathetic enough to follow the programs and orders of a pied piper named David Miscavige.

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"Annie Broeker Tidman, Hubbard's personal assistant right up to the time of his death, realized that Miscavige was systematically and forcefully taking over the church. She attempted to escape to rejoin her husband but was caught and brought back to California, isolated and kept under guard on a remote property for over 2 years..."  Learn More...

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"His most infamous sadistic moment was when he told them they were going to play 'musical chairs' and only the last person to get a chair would stay and the rest would vanish without even a chance to say good-bye to friends and family, husbands or wives. The game went on for hours as staff wept bitter tears. This delighted The Cob."  Learn More...


Lisa McPherson's Demise

"Miscavige said he knew what was wrong and proceeded to write three paragraphs on what was to be said to this girl. The staff wondered how The Cob was even qualified to supervise auditing and even if he was, why hadn't he studied the folders first? The girl's name was Lisa McPherson and you know the rest."  Learn More...

Night of the Living Dead

"Moments later came a wail of inhuman agony unlike anything I have every heard in my lifetime, before or since. The screams were so incredibly loud. Louder than any sounds I could imagine a human could make. They filled the sky and the valley and my lonely office. 20 or 30 minutes they lasted..."  Learn More...



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The Pertinent Manifesto"Scientology has been taken over by a self-appointed dictator, David Miscavige, who has turned the Creed of the Church of Scientology, the Code of a Scientologist, and the Credo of a True Group Member on their heads and instituted the virtual practice of Reverse (Black) Dianetics..."  Learn More...

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