Volume I Issue 1

September 8, 2008

Cult Forced to Grovel and Apologize for Lies and Libels

Terrorist Cult of Scientology “Reverend” Menaces Father
This letter was received by a man in the mid-west whose son took $550 worth of courses but only paid for $200 of them. The father was then billed for the balance in a letter saying he had “agreed” to pay the other $350. The father wrote back saying he hadn't “agreed” to any such thing, and reported the Scientologists. On October 13, he received the following threats and accusations from a Scientology Reverend: “Rather than let my lawyers have *all* the fun, I will write to you this once and straighten you out. I have a great urge to beggar you to your last pair of socks, but I will curb the desire a little longer. If you had the wit of a demented swineherd you would have read those pieces of literature I so graciously had sent to you...do not judge people by yourself. Not everyone is a mass murderer like yourself. Yes, I know quite a bit about you and your various projects during the war.” (Continued on page 2)

Criminal “Church” Knowingly Exposes Members to Blue Asbestos for 21 Years
May 1, 2008 By Jane Mundy The MV Freewinds, Scientology's cruise ship, has been sealed and docked in Curacao due to blue asbestos (crocidolite) that was released and spread through the ventilation system, affecting thousands of people. The Church of Scientology's members were attending Scientology courses, training services and functions aboard the ship. According to the Daily Herald, a local newspaper, the blue asbestos was released from the ship's structure during refurbishing and reparatory work. This is not the first time the MV Freewinds has been investigated for blue asbestos. In 2001, a former Scientology member, architect Lawrence Woodcraft, submitted a sworn affidavit stating that he was exposed to blue asbestos while working on the Freewinds in 1987. As well, a statement from the ship's captain claimed that there were previous incidents where blue asbestos was released into the ship's ventilation system. But the Church of Scientology denied Woodcraft's claim and in so doing, the Church knowingly exposed its passengers and members to this most deadly form of asbestos for the past 21 years! Anyone who has been aboard MV Freewinds should see their doctor to determine their level of exposure to blue asbestos. And they may want to seek legal advice.

June 8, 1999: Scientology Apologises to Bonnie Woods Defendant's Counsel: On behalf of the Church
of Scientology and all the Defendants I wish to associate myself with all that has been said by counsel for the Plaintiff. The Defendants regret that when responding to Mrs. Woods' criticisms of the Church of Scientology they went too far in attributing to her conduct and motives which they now accept were not correct. Through me they apologise to Mrs. Woods. (Continued on page 2)

Vengeful Scientology Crime Cult: Corrupt, Sinister and Dangerous says Justice Latey
“Ultimately Wollersheim became so convinced auditing was causing him psychiatric problems he was willing to risk becoming a target of 'freeloader debt' and 'fair game.' Evidence was introduced that, at least during the time relevant to Wollersheim's case, 'fair game' was a practice of retribution Scientology threatened to inflict on 'suppressives,' which included people who left the organization or anyone who could pose a threat to the organization. Once someone was identified as a 'suppressive,' all Scientologists were authorized to do anything to 'neutralize' that individual -- economically, politically, and psychologically. “After Wollersheim left the organization, Scientology leaders initiated a 'fair game' campaign which among other things was calculated to destroy Wollersheim's photography enterprise. They instructed some Scientology members to leave Wollersheim's employ, told others not to place any new orders with him and to renege on bills they owed on previous purchases from the business. This strategy shortly drove Wollersheim's photography business into bankruptcy. His mental condition deteriorated further and he ended up under psychiatric care. “The crime committed by these defendants is of a breath and scope previously unheard of. No building, office, desk, or file was safe from their snooping and prying. No individual or organization was free from their despicable conspiratorial minds. (Continued on page 2)

Elvis on Scientology: “F%@# THOSE PEOPLE!”
“One day, in L.A., we got in the limousine and went down to the Scientology center on Sunset, and Elvis went in and talked to them. We waited in the car, but apparently they started doing all these charts and crap for him. Elvis came out and said 'F%@# those people! There's no way I'll ever get involved with that son-of-a-b%@#in' group. All they want is my money.' Well, Peggy still kept on about it, so Elvis didn't date her any more. And he stayed away from Scientology like it was a cobra. He'd s#!t a brick to see how far Lisa Marie's gotten into it.” Elvis Aaron Presley: Revelations From The Memphis Mafia by Alanna Nash, with Billy Smith, Marty Lacker, and Lamar Fike (copyright 1995, Harper Collins).

Thousands Worldwide Protest Scientology at Monthly Pickets

Judges agree: Hubbard and Scientology are “schizophrenic and paranoid”
“[The court record is] replete with evidence [that Scientology] is nothing in reality but a vast enterprise to extract the maximum amount of money from its adepts by pseudo scientific theories... and to exercise a kind of blackmail against persons who do not wish to continue with their sect.... The organization clearly is schizophrenic and paranoid, and this bizarre combination seems to be a reflection of its founder, L. Ron Hubbard.” Judge Breckenridge, Los Angeles Superior Court

February 10, 2008
Beginning in February, protests have been held monthly at over 100 “Church” of Scientology locations in 17 countries with over 9000 people in attendance. There have been no violent incidents on the part of the protesters at any of these protests. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. Dates, times, and locations are announced monthly at:


Cult Forced to Grovel and Apologize for Lies and Libels (continued from page 1)
1993 W. No. 2079 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION B E T W E E N BONNIE LOUISE WOODS Plainiff - and (1) SHEILA CHALEFF (2) GRAHAM WILSON (3) CATHY SPROULE (4) CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COLLEGE INC. - Defendants STATEMENT IN OPEN COURT Plaintiff's Counsel: The Plaintiff in this action for libel is Bonnie Woods. Mrs. Woods is an American by birth who now lives in East Grinstead. During the 1970s and early 1980s, when she was living in the USA, Mrs. Woods became a member of the Church of Scientology and completed a number of higher-level courses. In 1982 Mrs. Woods left the Church of Scientology and in 1985 she moved to England with her husband, Richard Woods. In 1991, Bonnie Woods converted to Christianity. Some time later she and her husband began to provide information, operate a call line and offer advice about Scientology to families and friends of members of the Church of Scientology. Mrs. Woods also publicly criticised the Church of Scientology and spoke to the media about her experiences as a member of the organisation. Several times she attended vigils outside the Church of Scientology bookshop in East Grinstead and handed out a document which was very critical of the Church of Scientology. As a result of her activities, in June 1993 the Fourth Defendant (which is Church of Scientology Religious Education College Incorporated, the body responsible for the propogation and practice of Scientology in the United Kingdom) produced a leaflet showing a photograph of Mrs. Woods above the words “Hate Campaigner Comes to Town”. A group of Scientologists put the leaflet through the letter boxes of those living on the Woods' road and handed it out to members of the public on East Grinstead High Street during one of their vigils. The leaflet described Mrs. Woods as a “hate campaigner,” that is, someone motivated by hatred and religious intolerance, and as a “deprogrammer” who tried to force people away from their chosen faith. It also cast doubt on the sincerity of her claims to be a born-again Christian. As the defendants now accept, the allegations in the leaflet about Mrs. Woods were untrue. Bonnie Woods does not hate any religion and would not take any step to force people away from their chosen religion or encourage others to do so. While the Woods have on occasion met with Scientologists and their families at the request of their families and discussed the Church of Scientology with them, the Woods have not put pressure on them or the Church of Scientology to prevent them continuing in Scientology. Mrs. Woods is sincere in her Christian faith. The publication of the allegations to her friends and neighbours in the local community was deeply distressing to Mrs. Woods. In order to clear her name, in December 1993 Mrs. Woods sued Church of Scientology Religious Education College Incorporated and the individual members who had (Continued next column)

(Continued from previous column) published the leaflet for libel. The Defendants have now acknowledge that the allegations about Mrs. Woods were untrue. They are here by their Counsel today to withdraw them and to apologise to the Plaintiff. They have agreed to pay Mrs. Woods a substantial amount of money in respect of her claim for damages for libel, and to undertake to the Court that they will no longer make these untrue accusations against her. Defendant's Counsel: On behalf of the Church of Scientology and all the Defendants I wish to associate myself with all that has been said by counsel for the Plaintiff. The Defendants regret that when responding to Mrs. Woods' criticisms of the Church of Scientology they went too far in attributing to her conduct and motives which they now accept were not correct. Through me they apologise to Mrs. Woods and undertake (in the terms of the draft Order before Your Lordship) not to make any such allegations again. Plaintiff's Counsel: In those circumstances, the Plaintiff is vindicated and content to let the matter rest. I ask for leave to withdraw the record.

Terrorist Cult of Scientology “Reverend” Menaces Father (continued from page 1)
“And how do you sleep at night? I hope tis ill... I am expert at harassment, try me and find out. You are not strong enough. You are not smart enough. You haven't the funds to go through long lengthy court battles. We have. Bigger men than you have done their best to stop us. They failed. So will you because you are a blatant moron in comparison. We joust only with our peers, others - like you - we will simply gobble up... one more word out of you and I'll have you investigated. I might anyway. I have never seen one person yet that resisted Scientology who didn't have a great deal to hide. And you evidently won't look at free books sent to you, so you must, perforce have a great deal to conceal.” The letter continued with more accusations of guilt on the part of the father, along with praise of Scientology and concluded on this ominous note: “If you want to start a Donnybrook, Buddy, wail away; to use the argot of the streets I'll just start my people to work on you and then before long you will be broke, and out of a job and broken in health. Then I can have my nasty little chuckle about you and get back to work... You won't take long to finish off. I would estimate three weeks. Remember: I am not a mealy mouthed psalm [sic] canting preacher. I am a minister of the Church of Scientology! I am able to heal the sick and I do. But I have other abilities which include a knowledge of men's minds that I will use to crush you to your knees. You or any other wretch that stands in our way. Cause the list is long, but their careers are very short of those that have jousted with us.” The letter, written on the Church of Scientology letterhead, was signed “with the utmost sincerity possible” by the Reverend Andrew Bagley, organizational Secretary. There was a short P.S. appended: “Don't reply to this letter. If I want to get in touch with you, I'll be able to find you. Anywhere.” P.S. The father paid the bill. - from Paulette Cooper's "The Scandal of Scientology

Founder of Scientology L.Ron Hubbard Sought World Domination, Goal Continued by Current CoS Leader David Miscavige
“THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN CONTROL PEOPLE IS TO LIE TO THEM. You can write that down in your book in great big letters. The only way you can control anybody is to lie to them. “ -L. Ron Hubbard, "Technique 88" “You want to know what happens when you clear everybody in that neighbourhood, the only thing that [the Scientology] center can become used for is a political center. Because by the time you've done all this, you are the government…” -L. Ron Hubbard, taped lecture 9 January 1962, "Future Org Trends" “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 “The goal of the department [of governmental affairs] is to bring the government and hostile philosophies or societies into a state of complete compliance with the goals of Scientology. This is done by a high level ability to control and in its absence by a low level ability to overwhelm. Introvert such agencies. Control such agencies.” -L. Ron Hubbard, evidence in Church of Spiritual Technology v. U.S., November 22, 1989.

Vengeful Scientology Crime Cult: Corrupt, Sinister and Dangerous says Justice Latey
(continued from page 1) The tools of their trade were miniature transmitters, lock picks, secret codes, forged credentials and any other device they found necessary to carry out their conspiratorial schemes." --Federal prosecutor's memorandum to the judge urging stiff jail sentences for 9 top leaders of Scientology who had pleaded guilty to criminal charges. “Scientology is both immoral and socially obnoxious... It is corrupt sinister and dangerous. It is corrupt because it is based on lies and deceit and has its real objective money and power for Mr. Hubbard... It is sinister because it indulges in infamous practices both to its adherents who do not toe the line unquestionably and to those who criticize it or oppose it. It is dangerous because it is out to capture people and to indoctrinate and brainwash them so they become the unquestioning captives and tools of the cult, withdrawn from ordinary thought, living, and relationships with others.” --Justice Latey, ruling in the High Court of London

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