Scientology Crime Syndicate


Certainly it sounds as though they are breaking the law by holding personal information that hasn't been registered. They have a problem. A C/S has to go through the folder looking for errors and so they need to keep the folders and have them on hand. And yet all this information should be registered and yet it would take them ages to do so and it would be extremely expensive and in any case they might find they are not allowed to keep this sort of information on people. After all, we know that they use it for blackmail purposes to keep people silent who leave the cult.

I am wondering why the same thing doesn't apply in the UK, France and Germany.

Oh, and BTW.

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