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"Business coach" allegedly defrauded woman of $92,000 in Scientology recruitment scheme

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  1. "Business coach" allegedly defrauded woman of $92,000 in Scientology recruitment scheme.

    Courthouse News Service: A $92,000 Scientology Come-on, Woman Says
    http://www.courthousenews.com/2014/10/01/71979.htm

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  2. Anonymous Member

    Meir Ezra has been a busy little cult faggot:

    Meir Ezra - Scientology Service Completions

    Screen Shot 2014-10-01 at 19.35.56.png

    http://www.truthaboutscientology.com/stats/by-name/m/meir-ezra.html
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  3. Anonymous Member

    Meir Ezra Scientology Scam? Here is the Proof

    http://ocmb.xenu.net/ocmb/viewtopic.php?f=221&t=280620

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  4. Hugh Bris Member

    That's an odd list of completions. If that first entry means this person achieved Clear then what's he doing the Purif a few years later and Grade 3 a few years after that? That seems out of sequence. If he's clear, why does he need the Purif or Grade 3?
  5. That is pretty much SOP. People are declared to be Clear and then later it is determined that, oops, a mistake was made and they are not really Clear.

    The latest thing is for it to be found that PC's Purif and/or Objectives (now Survival Rundown, SRD) were not "flat," and/or were not run to EP (End Phenomenon). There are OT 7s and OT 8s who are being routed onto the Purif and then the SRD, or just onto the SRD, depending on the CS of their case.
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  6. Hugh Bris Member

    That makes sense.
  7. One very interesting thing about this lawsuit is that, while a Scientology recruitment scheme is alleged, it appears neither the Church of Scientology (or any corporate entity thereof) nor WISE (or any corporate entity thereof) has been named as a defendant in the case. If that is true, and if the named defendants have sufficiently deep pockets (and/or applicable insurance), that may be smart. If so, the named defendants will be on their own, without the Scientology war chest behind them.
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  8. RolandRB Member

    I guess because of GAT and then after that GAT II but it could be due to ther causes. If anybody is stupid enough to confess to smoking dope in a Scientology session then they will be C/Sed to do the Purif again. Also "Clears" were declared "non-Clears" in bulk and made to do it again. Training and processing is just a game of circles in the Co$ since Herr Dwarfenf├╝hrer took charge and ruined the Tech and ran out of money.
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  9. jensting Member

    http://www.courthousenews.com/2014/10/01/71979.htm
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  10. Someone responded on ESMB:

    http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthre...tology-recruitment-scheme&p=973097#post973097
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  11. moxie Member

    Not really.
  12. Quentinanon Member

    Meir Ezra is a "WISE guy" and likely believes that the victim "pulled it in", but giving the money to the scientology crime syndicate is "the greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics."
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