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    This is EPIC. This is being sent to every single media person I can think of. :flowers:
  2. Robert S Member


    I took a look at dating the master list of links, but it isn't as cut-and-dried as it may seem. Some of the court cases and affidavits occurred much later than the actual events, and one collection of pdf's above covers a timespan that crosses more than 20 years worth of incidents and issues. I'd be happy to make the list but I'm not sure how to proceed.

    Relative to Scietologists saying this or that is "old news" or "ancient history" when talking about things from past years, my tactic has always been to point out that the vast majority of the stuff was created and instigated by the guy whose birthday they celebrate who is supposed to never be wrong. Operation Snow White may have sent Mary Sue Hubbard et al to prison, but L Ron wrote up the plan.
  3. Robert S Member

    Somewhat Annotated RE: Miscavige Era

    I've tried to point to documents relating to the Miscavige Era in bold. Note there are many items here that are crossovers, time-wise. This is not in chronological order because I didn't get my check from the American Psychiatric Association last week & I'm PISSED about that.

    The Tabayoyons' affidavits are probably the most compelling when somebody says "Oh Snow White - that's old news! If you're thinking talking or posting points.

    Please double-check me, if anyone spots a point where I missed let me know.

    Scott Mayer testifying (1982) before the City Council of Clearwater
    Church of Scientology International v. Fishman and Geertz

    (Dubber's citation note)
    Paulette Cooper Hearings
    Affidavit of Hana Whitfield Scientologist 1965-1984
    Over 50 court docs Minton, Prince, Brooks, Franks, Young etc.
    Declarations, Transcripts, Rebuttals, Exhibits, Briefs
    Interesting analysis (with citations) and some time line from Alison Frankel's article on Scientology's tactics in The American Lawyer 1996 - Making Law, Making Enemies

    Germany’s special goverment group for investigating Scientology

    Comments on the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights of 5th April 2007
    English Version,property=source.pdf
    Brainwashing in Scientology’s Rehabilitation Project Force,property=source.pdf
    Explaining Scientology in Turkish

    Operation Freakout re: Paulette Cooper (images of actual documents)
    Scientology’s contacts in Florida politics
    U.S. politicians and Scientology
    Scientology vs. the IRS
    US vs Mary Sue Hubbard et all
    Infiltration of state and city governments
    A preliminary investigation into the socio-political
    ideology of L. Ron Hubbard and Adolf Hitler
    What Scientology Won't Tell You - An Information Pack"
    Individual essays inlude links to many useful documents.
    Jeff Jacobsen on CoS and the IRS tax-exempt status
    The Anderson Report (Board of Enquiry into Scientology) – Australia
    The Lee Report on Dianetics and Scientology - Canada'sRehabilitationProjectForce.htm
    "Brainwashing in Scientology's Rehabilitation Project Force," by Stephen A. Kent, Ph.D., Univ. of Alberta

    Operation Snow White is available at:
    (everything is at the link above, however, the navigation is quirky so you have to launch from the home page for some sections. )

    A lesser version is available at:


    Contains some items re: Miscavige era
    Documented timeline of operations (re; harassment 1972-1999)

    Contains some items re: Miscavige era
    Internal letter describing Fair game (1965)
    Internal letter failing to cancel Fair Game (1968 )
    Internal letter declaring Scientologists Fair Game (1968 )
    Text from course manual mentioning Fair Game (1989)
    Operation Freak Out
    Criminal Case No. 78-00401 – Operation Snow White
    Report of Autopsy of Lisa McPherson
    Response to Defence Motion to Dismiss Based Upon the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (in Reference to the Lisa McPherson Case)
    Reports made by Lisa’s Carers during Her Care
    Brainwashing in Scientology’s Rehabilitation Project Force (RPF)
    Declaration of Vicki Aznaran
    Declaration of Dennis Erlich

    Contains some items re: Miscavige era
    Collection of many cases (varied topics, mostly indexed)


    Miscavige Era
    Official German responses to Scientology

    Miscavige Era REVENUE SERVICE&field=org&match=exact
    A New York Times article from 2004, about the Jewish couple who challenged that the Co$ tax exemption should be open to all religious education.

    Miscavige Era
    Hill vs. Church of Scientology (Toronto)

    Miscavige Era
    The former Clearwater Mayor, and Former Clearwater Police chief, being interviewed by WBM, talking about Scientology in Clearwater.

    Miscavige Era complaint#7436e5dcf834a39d
    Michael Pattinson's lawsuit against Scientology

    Miscavige Era
    CoS California vs Larry Wollersheim
    Superior Court State of California July 2, 1993

    Miscavige Era
    The effort to “gag Google”

    Miscavige Era
    French Scientologists Arrested In Italy.

    Miscavige Era
    The leadership of the Church of Scientology

    Miscavige Era
    1991 base prep for armed defense. Related murders & suicides, interstate kidnapping etc.
    Affidavit of Andre Tabayoyon

    Miscavige Era
    Information on coerced Sea Org abortions
    Affidavit of MaryTabayoyon

    Miscavige Era
    Affidavit of Jesse Prince

    The complete files - L Ron Hubbard and the FBI 1943-1993
    (note: this is a product that is for sale. This is not an endorsement)
  4. albinocat Member


    From the European Courts of Human Rights
    In the case of Church of Scientology Moscow v. Russia

    From the Council of Europe
    Conditions of proper care for child and teenage drug addicts by appropriately trained professionals

    From the Council of Europe
    Controlling the diagnosis and treatment of hyperactive children in Europe
  5. Robert S Member


    albinocat - problems with your first link.
  6. albinocat Member


    In 1977, FBI agents raided Scientology properties (Fifield Manor and the Cedars Complex in Los Angeles, California) and seized a number of documents. See this link:

    Among these were several pertaining to Scientology's illegal covert operations against Clearwater mayor Gabriel Cazares, who opposed the church. See this link:

    Unfortunately, many of these documents are fragmentary, consisting of only one page of a multipage document.

    Hubbard Era: - Scans of Operation Normandy, detailing the plan to takeover Clearwater Florida - Letter from Scientology lawyer Kendrick Moxon asking for funds to start Snow White. - Guardian's Office instructions for takeover - GO talks about ways to get information. (Infiltration, bribery, buying information, robbery and blackmail) - GO talks more about covert data gathering - Letter from Hubbard talking about psychiatry (and the "conspiracy" against him)

    Scans of Scientology's many operations against Mayor Gabe of Clearwater: - Intel report were Hubbard refers to the mayor as a "son of wetbacks" - A HELL of a lot more here, all scans. (Some very good things in here) - Massive collection of scans from real newspapers and articles starting from the 1950s and onward regarding Scientology. (problem is that some scans are muddy, but there is a treasure trove here)
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  10. Robert S Member

    Church of Scientology bank statements and IRS documents
    A vast collection of documents, declarations, internal papers and agreements relative to Scientology and its taxes, incomes, and cash flow arrangements throughout the world from as early as 1968 and (apparently) up to 2005
    1993 IRS/Scientology agreement (text above, pdf below)
  11. anonymous1244 Member


    Lots of good documents detailing Scilon infiltration shenanigans in Greece: here

    Moar dox...including a letter where the President of Scientology in Greece, explicitly states that Scientology is not a religion :) [unfortunately this killer letter is literally all Greek to me, however other English goodies there too]: here

    Info on unambitious SciFi plans to er...take over bits of four countries (Bulgaria, Greece, Albania and Yugoslavia) and start a new one "Bul-gr-a-via" geddit? here

    Some of this stuff doesn't get half the publicity it should IMO. Hopefully the right Anon will be able to change that...
  12. Robert S Member


    Yes, we here in the document and filing department keep our heads down, shuffle our papers and continue to adjust our glasses. Sooner or later this is all going to be a one-stop place for all the attorneys' aides to come. Keep plugging!
  13. Plups Member


    How many Scientologists are there?

    The US Census Bureau stopped asking in 1936. But their website refers to this quantitative study of over 50,000 Americans across all states:

    Self-Described Religious Identification of Adult Population: 1990 and 2001 (note 450kb)

    1990 - 45,000
    2001 - 55,000
  14. albinocat Member


    Lie from Scientology about Narconon and the resolution by the Council of Europe ( 1998 )

    For more than 10 years, Narconon and several other groups known to have good connections to Scientology are claiming that the "Council of Europe" has "recognized" the success of L.Ron.Hubbard's drug rehabilitations technology and Narconon in a resolution "passed" in January 1988.

    No resolution from the year 1988 is referring to drug issues, methadone and/or Narconon !


    They still tell this lie:
    Snapshot from from 30th March 2008
  15. Plups Member


    Another Scientology front: Youth for Human Rights


    On its website,, YHR International states:

    "Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) is an independent non-profit corporation headquartered in Los Angeles, with the purpose to educate people in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights so they become valuable advocates for tolerance and peace."

    1. YHR International (YHRI) was founded by Scientologist and current YHRI President, Mary Shuttleworth, and the Church of Scientology International.

    Source: The Church of Scientology International brochure entitled "Making Human Rights a Reality", published under the banner "Scientology - Effective Solutions" (, at page 12. (Note that the YHRI website does not mention the Church of Scientology International's founding role, nor Ms Shuttleworth's connection with the Church.

    2. The YHRI Executive Director, Tim Bowles, is a Scientologist.

    He has attained the status of OTVIII (currently the highest rank), is a Commissioner of the Scientology organisation Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (the object of which is the removal of psychiatry and psychology from the mental health field), is a member of the World Institute of Scientology Enterprises (WISE), was a Founding Patron of the Church of Scientology International, was general legal counsel to the Church of Scientology for eight years and has represented the Church of Scientology in legal matters (including as one of the lead attorneys in Church of Scientology International v. Fishman and Geertz , in which Mr Fishman gave evidence that he had committed crimes on behalf of the Church of Scientology and had been instructed to murder his psychologist, Dr. Uwe Geertz, and then commit suicide) .

    Sources: ; ; Behar, Richard. "The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power", Time, 1991-05-06:,9171,972865-1,00.html

    3. The YHRI promotes Scientologists.

    The promotion of L Ron Hubbard as a human rights advocate at the 2007 Sydney event (see below) caused considerable dismay. A glance at the YHR website shows that it also promotes artists who are scientologists. For example, a music video project to combat human trafficking involved five artists. All five are scientologists.

    Sources: ; ; ; ; ; .

    4. The Church of Scientology International treats YHRI's accomplishments as its own.

    Addressing a 2004 gathering of the International Association of Scientologists, Mike Rinder, then a director of the Church of Scientology International and Executive Director of the Church of Scientology International's Office of Special Affairs, make the following speech, viewable on Youtube, accompanied by a display of YHR footage. (Note: LRH = L Ron Hubbard; LRH Tech = the writings, training and policies of L Ron Hubbard; ie. the essence of Scientology).

    "When you bring LRH Tech to leaders of society the impact is commensurate with the numbers they influence. That's why last year we launched a program to deliver LRH answers right to the opinion leaders and elected officials of Europe. We placed a series of booklets in their hands covering our effective solutions; one each month. Each covered a different subject, the very substance of all we are and do. From our ABLE social betterment programs to our church and community activities. In all, 550 000 have been distributed throughout Europe since the campaign began.

    "Of course, our effective solutions include our international human rights program, because where fundamental rights do not exist, man cannot go free. We've continued our events, conferences and hand-to-hand distribution, reaching no less than 131 million worldwide this year, and our efforts have been relentless across four continents. Just since June, we took our "Youth for Human Rights" crusade right into the UN General Assembly chambers. UN officials then helped launch the 2004 youth summit in the international headquarters of the UN Education Fund.

    "In Los Angeles, on the steps of city hall, we brought city council members, congressmen and the chairman of the city's Human Rights Commission together to witness the mayor proclaim International Youth for Human Rights Day. While, to further raise public awareness, we placed our human rights messages on radio and tv stations from Canada to Pakistan. And for the next step, our Youth for Human Rights coalition presented their first ever human rights music video, entitled "United", soon to be seen world over in public schools and on television.

    "But, as a final measure of our leadership role, we now sit as official delegates on the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the OSCE, expressly established to create a human rights framework for the continent. And when we proposed the formation of a new watchdog, to investigate governments that violate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it was ratified and adopted as official policy of the OSCE. And that means now, for the first time, religious freedom rights are enforceable in all European nations, and that's a continental leap in making human rights a fact."

    Source: ;

    In contrast:

    In early 2007 a YHR event at the Parliament of the state of New South Wales, Australia caused considerable dismay by its prominent promotion of L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of the Church of Scientology. At the time, the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper reported that the Church of Scientology was a "major sponsor" of YHR and quoted YHR spokesman, Nigel Mannock:

    "If there was a photograph of L. Ron Hubbard on the material it was because of what he said about human rights," Mr Mannock said.

    "We do get support from the Church of Scientology, among other people, and a number of people who happen to be Scientologists are in it.

    "It is not a Scientology organisation. We think L. Ron Hubbard was a good supporter of human rights."

  16. Plups Member


    French government commission report submitted to the Assemblee Nationale. In French.

    Georges Fenech and Philippe Vuilque, 12 December 2006, "Investigative commission on the influence of sects and the consequences of their practices on the mental and physical health of children"

    213pp, including testimony of Scientology practices that infringed on the human rights of child members between the ages of six and 12 by harming their physical and mental health.

    Wikipedia entry for Youth for Human Rights was amended 28 March 2008 to delete reference to this report (and other matters).

    St Petersburg Times 1991 story "Scientology's Children":
  17. albinocat Member


    Los Angeles Times
    The Scientology Story: Six-Part Series (1990)

    The Mind Behind the Religon,1,7617105.story

    Defining the Theology,1,853273.story

    The Man in Control,1,1312026.story

    Burglaries and Lies Paved a Path to Prison,1,1770779.story

    Church Scriptures Get High-Tech Protection,1,2229532.story

    Church Markets Its Gospel With High-Pressure Sales,1,7813714.story

    Shoring Up Its Religious Profile,1,1904012.story

    The Courting of Celebrities,1,1969549.story

    More LA Times articles, but you have to register to read them:

    Defectors Recount Lives of Hard Work, Punishment
    By Robert W. Welkos and Joel Sappell
    Doris Braine says the transformation of her Patty Jo was heartbreaking.
    June 26, 1990

    Church Seeks Influence in Schools, Business, Science
    By Robert W. Welkos and Joel Sappell
    Emerging from years of internal strife and public scandal, the Scientology movement has embarked on a sweeping and sophisticated campaign to gain new influence in America.
    June 27, 1990

    Courting the Power Brokers
    By Joel Sappell and Robert W. Welkos
    From politicians to the leaders of business, the courts and the media, the church works to win allies to smooth the way for expansion.
    June 27, 1990

    Foundation Funds Provide Assist to Celebrated Teacher Escalante
    By Robert W. Welkos and Joel Sappell
    The Scientology movement's Foundation for Advancements in Science and Education has befriended one of America's most celebrated teachers, Jaime Escalante of Garfield High School.
    June 27, 1990

    Costly Strategy Continues to Turn Out Bestsellers
    By Robert W. Welkos and Joel Sappell
    Call it one of the most remarkable success stories in modern publishing history.
    June 28, 1990

    On the Offensive Against an Array of Suspected Foes
    "Never treat a war like a skirmish. Treat all skirmishes like wars." --L. Ron Hubbard
    June 29, 1990

    Suits, Protests Fuel a Campaign Against Psychiatry
    By Joel Sappell and Robert W. Welkos
    As part of its strategy, the movement created a nationwide uproar over the drug Ritalin, used to treat hyperactive children.
    June 29, 1990

    When the Doctrine Leaves the Church
    By Robert W. Welkos and Joel Sappell
    The Church of Scientology hates "squirrels."
    June 29, 1990
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    Links added.
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