Scientology Crime Syndicate

From: Fier@burning.org (Fier)
Date: Mon, 07 Jun 1999 19:44:30 GMT

I have below a document which, when finished, I intend to give to any and all scientologists, whether staff or "public". I welcome discussion, disection and dissemination of this draft, of any or all points, by any or all people, Scientologists and Critics alike. Maybe when polished, it can even be included in the FAQ, for it is precisely this type of data recent ex-scientologists like me desire, I reckon.

Regarding the 2 web sites, for follow ups, I know there are many awesome sites out there, heh, but it's the names of these 2 which will make a scio think the most - "entheta.net" while awesome, will close a scientologists mind.

Now I don't actually *want* to get sued, nor be forced to withdraw the document, and so, I think, if all statements are definately correct, then they couldnt actually get me on anything, could they? Tho of course they will file lawsuits.

Feel free to add more facts, and alter whatever isnt appropriate. At this time I am not saying or implying that anything below is truthful. ---yet.



Greetings and best postulates to you. I know you believe you are doing a good job, and at times how difficult it can be, for I did once work here, training to be an Auditor, and helped to Clear the planet.

From my research in recent months I have gathered many interesting facts I want you to peruse, ponder and discuss. First, an easy quiz.


Q. How many OT levels have been released? A. 8

Q. What brand cigarettes did Ron usually smoke? A. Kool

Q. What alcohols did he drink? A. Rum and...?

Q. Where on his body was Ron wounded in the war? A. Ron was not wounded.

Q. How many times did L Ron Hubbard Marry? A. 3, including once bigamously.

Q. How many children did have Ron have? A. 4 -> 2 to Polly Hubbard, 1 to Sarah Hubbard and 1 to Mary Sue

Q. How many WWII medals did Ron actually receive? A. 4, 1 that everyone in the Asia-pacific received, and the other 3 all military personnel received as standard issue.

Q. In France, in 1978, who was convicted of fraud? A. Four leaders of the Church of Scientology, including L. Ron Hubbard, of making fraudulent claims that physical cures and professional success can be achieved through Scientology. Ron was sentenced to 4 years in prison, and a warrant issued. He was abroad.

Q. What changed, after the US federal court ruled, in 1971, that Hubbard’s medical claims were bogus and auditing cannot be called scientific? A. Scientology went fully religious, for First Amendment protection.

Q. August 15, 1978, do you know what happened, re: Scientology? A. 11 scientologists including Ron’s 3rd wife, Mary Sue, were indicted and sent to prison on charges including forging government passes, recruiting Scientologists to infiltrate the government, stealing records and obstructing Justice.

Q. In a 1984 case, Scientology VS a Hubbard biographical researcher, what did the Judge conclude? A. Hubbard was a pathological liar. Did You Know?

Did you know that in 1983 Travolta told a magazine he was opposed to the church’s management?

Did you know that William Franks, former chairman of the board tried to reform the church in 1981? He is no longer chairman.

Did you know that in Spain, 1989, the Ministry of Health issued a report calling the Scientology sect “totalitarian” and “pure and simple charlatanism”?

Did you know that in France, 1990, 16 Scientologists were indicted for fraud and “complicity in the practice of illegal medicine”, including the president of the Paris Celebrity Centre?

Did you know that the proclaimed “L. Ron Hubbard day” on March 13th by the Illinios Governor, was rescinded less than a month later?

Did you know that in March 1991, 3 Florida Scientologists went to jail for money laundering?

Did you know that after a 2 year investigation, local and state police of Clearwater, Florida recommended criminal charges be filed in the 1995 death of Church of Scientology member Lisa Mcpherson?

Did you know that Church of Scientology Flag Service Org was indicted on 2 counts, in the death of Lisa Mcpherson? - 1. Abuse and/or neglect of a disabled adult. and 2. Unauthorised practice of medicine.

Did you know that a lawyer, Joseph Yanny represented the church until 1987, when, he says he was asked to help church officials steal medical records to blackmail an opposing attorney. Since quitting, he himself has been sued.

Did you know that L. Ron Hubbard wrote “the purpose of the suit is to harass and discourage, rather than to win”?

Did you know that in 1991, the church had 71 active lawsuits just against the IRS?

Did you know that today, the church pays an *estimated* $20 million annually to lawyers?

Did you know that in June 1990, a US federal appeals court ruled that 2 tapes of conversations between church officials and their lawyers are evidence of a plan to commit “future frauds” against the IRS

Did you know that L. Ron Hubbard wrote “Somebody some day will say “this is illegal”. By then be sure the Orgs say what is legal or not” - L. Ron Hubbard HCOPL 4 January 1966.

Did you know that it is possible to access most cancelled Guardian Office (GO) orders and all secret OT documents on the INTERNET?

This document is one sided, but it is these facts which are often occluded from Scientologists. I urge you to find out more for yourself, at http://www.scientology.org and http://www.scientology-kills.org

By informing people of the truth about Scientology in this way, I expect to be investigated and sued - not because I have done or am doing anything illegal, but because of the church’s litigious nature and past.


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"Scientology is evil; its techniques evil; its practice a serious threat to the community; medically, morally and socially." -Report of the Board of Inquiry into Scientology for the state of Victoria, Australia, 1965.

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