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  LRH is convicted in absentia in Lyon, France. Sentenced to 4 years in prison for fraudulent claims he could cure physical illness.

St. Petersburg Times article on 29 March 1999

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  A rough quote from an FBI memorandum obtained through the Freedom of Information Act in 1978 -

To infiltrate the Church and move our agents up to Board of Director positions. We must also prevent the spread of Scientology to China and Japan as it is so similar to Bhuddism it would spread like wildfire.

A Briefing by Captain Bill Robertson on 18 June 1982

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  Quoted from the reference source:

"In 1978, the intelligence community was so pleased with the results of the SRI team that funding was massively extended. A multimillion dollar project called "Grill Flame" was brought into being under the auspices of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and the Navy. The projects at SRI continued, but were greatly augmented at Fort George Meade in Maryland. The US Army Intelligence and Security agency became involved in the project... ."

Article, "The Hubbard Intelligence Agency," by John Atack, posted on the Internet


The "SRI remote-viewing team" being referred to is secretly being run by Scientology OTs Hal Puthoff and Ingo Swann, who have also been training CIA personnel in
Scientology-based "co-ordinate remote viewing." It becomes patently obvious that the Kennedy committee looking into MKULTRA was set up as a major redirection of attention, with controlled release of sensational information regarding the CIA, while the remote viewing program is quietly "moved" to DIA, with massive new funding, while DOJ sets about destroying "the cult" and ITS "intelligence agency"--the GO.

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  Jaack Verona, head of the Defense Intelligence Agency's (DIA) Science and Technology Directorate, becomes "overall head of the remote-viewing programme."

The Independent (London); August 27, 1995, Sunday; SECTION: REVIEW; Page 10; HEADLINE: TINKER, TAILOR, SOLDIER, PSI; BYLINE: Jim Schnabel


At around this time, the remote viewing efforts begin operating under the codename GRILL FLAME. It is implied in the referenced source that there is agency-wide cooperation in these programmes, though they have moved under DIA for control.

It must not be forgotten that ALL intelligence agencies are merely different departments in the President's cabinet, and are fully coordinated with liaison functions between them. The "separation" of the numerous agencies is a shell-game sham.

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  The Army's Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) sets up its own unit of military remote viewers at Fort Meade, Maryland. Major General Edmund Thompson, the Army's Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, has encouraged the establishment of the unit. It is part of a remote viewing programme being managed by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) that is codenamed GRILL FLAME.

The Independent (London); August 27, 1995, Sunday; SECTION: REVIEW;


Kennedy, at this time, is heading up the Congressional committee looking into the CIA and other intelligence activities. Kennedy's committee never reveals any information about the CIA being involved in massive funding of its Scientology-based remote viewing program.

Omitted data on CIA/DIA use of "psychic phenomena" as spy tech & as a weapon -

All 3 Congressional Committees investigating CIA abuses

Also, if Puthoff, Swann, and Price are "Scientologists" why are they not reporting what they and the government are doing to the church and the GO? Instead of doing that, they cooperate fully with CIA/DIA and that shows where their loyalty lies. They're government agents, not Scientologists.

Omitted reporting to the church about their CIA/NSA intelligence activities -
False Scientologists -

"Scientologists" - OT 7s Hal Puthoff, Ingo Swann, Pat Price

Note from Mike McClaughry:

I was Assistant Guardian Intelligence at San Francisco org from 1974 to 1979.
Stanford Research Institute in Palo Alto, California was in my area of responsibility.

I knew USGO to have a file on SRI, Puthoff, etc. It was a fairly small file, containing a few reports and the booklet written by Puthoff entitled "Remote Viewing". One report talked about the FBI conducting 24 hour-surveillance on Swann and they would not allow him to even leave his house at one point, which made him angry.

Despite the USGO knowing about the remote-viewing experiments at SRI by several Scientology OTs - no orders were ever received by Mike from USGO to investigate or handle what was happening at SRI!

Omitted attention and orders from USGO on what was happening at SRI - USGO B1
Altered importance of not having SRI as top priority - USGO B1

Posted to COSinvestigations by Mike McClaughry

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  A rough quote from an FBI memorandum obtained through the Freedom of Information Act in 1978 -

To infiltrate the Church and move our agents up to Board of Director positions. We must also prevent the spread of Scientology to China and Japan as it is so similar to Bhuddism it would spread like wildfire.

A Briefing by Captain Bill Robertson on 18 June 1982

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  In 1978, Hubbard decided that people had been "going Clear" on Dianetic auditing. The Scientology Clearing Course, given only by the few senior Orgs since 1965, was no longer necessary to achieve the state of Clear. The number of Clears leapt from less than 7,000 to over 30,000 in two years.

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack

02 Jan
  Mary Sue leaves La Quinta for good after a meeting with LRH, going to Los Angeles to set up residence there.

Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 21

03 Jan
  3 c. January 1978

For reasons still unknown, The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, D.C. dismisses, on its own motion, the class-action suit before Judge Charles R. Richey that it had file on 31 January 1977 against United States, the Director of the FBI (Clarence Kelley), the Director of the CIA, the Director of NSA, the Secretary of the Treasury,
the Attorney General and others. That case is Civil Action No. 77-0175.

Important Note:

In about three weeks FCDC files "a virtually identical action":

FOUNDING CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF WASHINGTON, D. C., INC., Plaintiff,v. DIRECTOR, FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, et al., Defendants; Civ. A. No. 78-0107; United States District Court, District of Columbia.

The "virtually identical" nature of these suits created a great deal of confusion in sorting this out. See the notes at the entry for 24 January 1978, below.

24 Jan
  The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, D.C. files a NEW class-action suit, Civil Action No. 78-0107, in the United States District Court, District of Columbia.

FOUNDING CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF WASHINGTON, D. C., INC., Plaintiff, v. DIRECTOR, FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, et al., Defendants. This case is described as being "virtually identical" to the class-action suit that FCDC has dismissed on its own motion three weeks earlier [see entry for 03 c. January 1978]. That suit had been filed on January 31, 1977: The Founding Church of Scientology v. Clarence Kelley, et al.," Civil Action No. 77-0175.

Important Notes:

The "virtually identical" nature of this suit to the one filed on 31 January 1977 by FCDC, and the similarity in the names of the suits, plus the fact that Judge Charles R. Richey is the judge on both suits, has generated extreme confusion for researchers who finally unraveled this.

It must be carefully noted here that neither of these suits got coverage in the press, and that the government's "Stipulation of Evidence" against the Guardian's Office executives never mentions either of these critical suits against every major intelligence and police organization of the federal government. It must also be noted that, in handling these suits, Judge Charles R. Richey rules exclusively in ways that uniformly protect the federal agencies from discovery.

And then later, in 1979, this same Judge Richey will be assigned to the high-profile criminal trial against Mary Sue Hubbard and the other 10 Scientology G.O. execs-but only after two other judges have removed themselves from the case, opening the door for assignment to Richey.

24 Jan
  In the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, Judge John Lewis Smith, Jr. issues a Summary Judgement in favor of the FBI in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) suit--"The Founding Church of Scientology of Washington, D.C. v. Edward H. Levy, et al.," D.C. Civil Action No. 75-1577--filed in February of 1975 against the FBI by the Founding Church of Scientology of Washington, D.C. [FCDC]. In part, the ruling in favor of the FBI is because "the FBI...submitted an affidavit explaining the need to invoke THE NATIONAL SECURITY EXEMPTION...


This is the same judge that, in 1977, right after the FBI raids, had issued Summary Judgements against Scientology organizations and in favor of the NSA, the Treasury Department, and the Secret Service. FCDC appeals this ruling. The date of this Summary Judgement is found in the appeal ruling for this case, on 25 June 1979 (amended 2 July 1979). By then, the case is going by the name: "The Founding Church of Scientology of Washington, D. C., Inc., Appellant, v. Griffin B. BELL et al.," No. 78-1391, United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit.

27 Mar
  The Founding Church of Scientology of Washington, D.C. (FCDC) argues its appeal before United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit (No. 77-1975), appealing the lower court ruling in its Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) suit against the National Security Agency (NSA).


Although FCDC argues their appeal on this date in 1978, the Appeals Court ruling is not issued for over a year--until 15 May 1979, AFTER a federal grand jury has indicted Mary Sue Hubbard and 10 other Guardian's Office personnel, AFTER fed-friendly judge Charles R. Richey has been installed to preside over the criminal case against Mary Sue Hubbard, et. al, and AFTER their trial date has been set--as will be indicated at that point in this timeline. NSA ultimately wins, so the contested documents HAVE NEVER BEEN RELEASED TO THIS DAY.


11 Apr
Shaw Management Corporation
5336 Fountain Ave.
Los Angeles, California 90029
President: Gene Denk
Corporate number 863729, incorporated 04/11/78
Statement of Officers file 220072, file date 05/06/96
California Secretary of State

Corporate Filings involving Sherman Lenske
posted anonymously in alt.religion.scientology


This corporation is set up by Sherman Lenske, who will soon-in 1981 and 1982--set up the "new Scientology corporate structure," including Church of Spiritual Technology [CST] with former Assitant to the Commissioner of IRS, Meade Emory, who has been Assistant to the Commissioner through the majority of the "Snow White" burglaries, etc., and the subsequent FBI raid--1975 through 1977.

The president of this particular corporation, Dr. Gene Denk, goes on to become the "personal physician" for LRH, and is the attending physician for LRH's "death" on 24 January 1986--with indications of the psychiatric drug Vistiril in LRH's system, and needle marks in the body. And "Shaw Management Corporation" manages "Shaw Health Center," which becomes the de facto medical clinic for all Sea Org members in Los Angeles at a time when all Scientology international management is being phased over to Los Angeles. It becomes a repository of medicial and other information on every major Guardian's Office and Sea Org executive.

Lenske also becomes the attorney who oversees all probate regarding L. Ron Hubbard, and writes the wills that gives all of LRH's intellectual properties to CST. Lenske also becomes a Special Director of CST.

28 Apr
  The Washington Post Friday, April 28, 1978
by Ron Shaffer, Washington Post Staff Writer:

Effort to Silence Critics Seen in Scientology Data

Church of Scientology documents seized by the FBI indicate that the church has been waging an extensive, sophisticated campaign to identify, attack and discredit its 'enemies,' including Justice Department investigators, other public officials and inquiring journalists.

The 'attack and destroy' campaign carried out by the Church of Scientology's 'Guardian's Office' to silence critics has involved illegal surveillance, burglaries, forgeries and many forms of harassment, according to sources close to an intensive federal investigation of the Scientologists' activities. "Sources said the 'covert operations' were documented in the Scientologists' own internal memoranda and directives, which were seized by the FBI under court subpoena last July... .

Asked last night about these alleged operations, Gregory Layton, a spokesman for the Church of Scientology, said the government evidence is a compilation of "false reports" put out by the government as part of '20 years of harassment.'

The Scientologists' broadcast suit pending in federal court here accuses numerous government agencies of conducting a 20-year campaign to infiltrate and harass the religious group in violation of the First Amendment.

...FBI agents seized truckloads of Scientology documents in simultaneous raids on church headquarters here and in Los Angeles last July 8. "...The church immediately began a legal assault on the warrant's validity here and in Los Angeles that immediately prevented prosecutors and FBI officials from using the documents in their investigation. U.S. District Chief Judge William B. Bryant ruled that the warrant was too broad and the search was therefore illegal. He was reversed by the U.S. Court of Appeals, and that appellate ruling was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. ...

Falsehood that the documents seized in the raids are just false reports - Church PR

10 May
  The Stanford Research Institute (SRI) remote-viewing team is called upon to rapidly try and locate, with remote viewing, a downed Soviet Tupolev-22 bomber--a type code- named "Blinder" by NATO--that reportedly is configured for the gathering of electronic and photographic intelligence, and has gone down in the jungles the day before somewhere in Zaire.

The remote viewing task is given to two remote-viewers: a Gary Langford at SRI (under Scientology OT VII Hal Puthoff), and a woman named Frances Bryan at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Both produce sketches of a river, which get matched to maps of the general area where the plane is thought to have been. A cabled summary of their results goes via the Pentagon to the CIA station chief in Kinshasa. But the remote-viewers' co- ordinates are over 70 miles away from where the local CIA team believe the plane has gone down. The wreckage of the plane is soon found less than three miles from where the remote-viewers had pin-pointed it. CIA Director Stansfield Turner briefs President Jimmy Carter on the successful operation and recovery.


Seventeen years later, Carter describes this incident during a speech at a college.
It is significant because it is one known, verified incident of Scientology-based remote viewing being used in an intelligence mission against the Soviets that the President of the United States is fully briefed and informed about--proving that the knowledge and cover- up of Scientology-based remote viewing being used in United States intelligence operations went all the way up to the Oval Office.

16 May
  The Washington Post, May 16, 1978 Scientologists Kept Files on 'Enemies'

The Church of Scientology, in its efforts to investigate and attack its 'enemies,' kept files on five Washington federal judges, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, other congressmen, Jacqueline Onassis, the Better Business Bureau and the American Medical Association, according to Scientology documents in the possession of federal investigators. "...Federal investigators studying the thousands of pages of seized Scientology papers also have found secret CIA documents, "apparently original" Internal Revenue Service documents, and confidential letters between presidential Cabinet members including one letter that apparently was drafted but never sent. "

28 Jul
  The Washington Post, July 28, 1978, Scientologists Take Public Offensive

The church of Scientology held an unusual press reception yesterday to introduce two of its top officials who the church says will be indicted for alleged crimes against the government.

...Church lawyer Philip J. Hirschkop told assembled reporters that the predicted indictments are part of a government effort 'to break the back' of the church. "Hirschkop said that a total of 12 church members - including Mary Sue Hubbard, wife of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard - have been formally notified that they are under grand jury investigation here for alleged crimes, including burglary, obstruction of justice, theft of government property, wiretapping, harboring a fugitive and conspiracy.

...The church has filed 26 Freedom of Information Act suits against U.S. government agencies, church officials said, and some of the agencies claimed they had no information on the church when in fact they did. The government has had massive files with massive false reports on the church,' Heldt said.

Scientology has filed a multimillion dollar suit against the government, alleging a campaign of harrassment that has spanned decades, and Hirschkop asserted yesterday that the government's intent in the indictments is to destroy the church's litigation against the government, which would destroy the church.'

15 Aug
  A federal grand jury in Washington indicts Mary Sue and eight other Scientologists on twenty-eight counts of conspiring to steal government documents, theft of government documents, burglarizing government offices, intercepting government communications, harbouring a fugitive, making false declarations before a grand jury and conspiring to obstruct justice.

Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 21;

UNITED STATES of America v. Henning HELDT, et. al;
Nos. 79-2442, 79-2447 to 79-2450, 79-2456, 79-2459 and 79-2462;
United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit; 668 F.2d 1238; 215 U.S.App.D.C. 206

15 Aug
  The Associated Press, August 15, 1978

Eleven members and officials of the Church of Scientology, including the wife of its founder, were indicted Tuesday on charges that include stealing government documents and planting bugging devices in government offices. "Officials of the church...have accused the government of harrassing the church for nearly three decades.
Named in the federal grand jury indictment were Mary Sue Hubbard, wife of church founder L. Ron Hubbard, two other church members now in Britain, and eight officials and members of the church in this country. "Mrs. Hubbard, who also lives in Britain, was described as the second leading official of the church after her husband.

The Justice Department declined to explain why Hubbard, who founded the church nearly 30 years ago, was not named in the indictment. "...Justice Department spokesman Robert Stevenson said the department has been told by Mrs. Hubbard's lawyer that she will voluntarily come from Sussex, England, where she lives and where the church's world headquarters is located.

He said the eight other defendants, who are in this country, will also voluntarily appear and that extradition proceedings are underway to bring two - Jane Kember and Morris Budlong - from England. Also named in the indictment were church officials Duke Snider of Hollywood, Calif., Richard Weigand of Van Nuys, Calif., Gregory Willardson of Beverly Hills, Calif., Mitchell Hermann of Hollywood, Calif., and Cindy Raymond of Hollywood and Henning Heldt of Los Angeles. Also named were Gerald Bennett Wolfe of Areleta, Calif., and Sharon Thomas of Los Angeles, who were described as agents of the church who engaged in burglaries and theft of government property....


This AP story contradicts another source (Bare Faced Messiah) which claims
that Mary Sue Hubbard had gone to live in Los Angeles at the time.

29 Aug
  The Associated Press, August 29, 1978

Nine members of the Church of Scientology pleaded innocent Tuesday to charges that include stealing government documents and planting eavesdropping devices in government offices.

-- Sep
  In September 1978, a confidential telex ordered Mayo to quit Florida immediately for Los Angeles. A Commodore's Messenger met him at the airport. As they drove down the freeway to Palm Springs, the Messenger apologized to Mayo, but asked him to put on a pair of dark glasses. Mayo dozed, until the driver braked hard because he had nearly overshot the freeway exit. The glasses flew off and Mayo had to reassure the driver that he had not seen the Indio exit sign.

Hubbard had suffered another pulmonary embolism, a blood clot in the artery to the lungs. Kima Douglas had once again saved his life. This time she was unable to overrule his refusal to go to hospital, so, imitating the doctors at Cura\E7ao, she fed him a huge dose of his pills. He drifted into a coma. Douglas stripped an electric wire, with the desperate idea that he could be shocked back to life. She stayed by him for forty-eight hours. Scientologist medical doctor Eugene Denk was rushed from Los Angeles, blindfolded, to relieve her.

While Kima Douglas and Dr. Denk ministered to Hubbard's physical needs, Mayo devised an auditing program and set to work. He concluded that the New Era Dianetic auditing had been to blame, and it was decided that Dianetics should not be given Clears, because of its deleterious effect upon them.

The procedures brought into being by Mayo and Hubbard became known as New Era Dianetics for Operating Thetans, ("NED for OTs," or, most simply, "NOTs"). Mayo says that what they actually concentrated upon during the auditing were misconceptions; somehow the emphasis changed to Body Thetans when Hubbard helped Mayo rework his notes. Still, Mayo was made Senior Case Supervisor International, an entirely new position, as a mark of Hubbard's gratitude.

While recovering, Hubbard approved the purchase of the Massacre Canyon Inn resort complex at Gilman Hot Springs. There were several buildings, including a motel and a hotel, set in 520 acres and including a twenty-seven-hole golf course. The property was about forty miles from La Quinta, near the small town of Hemet. The purchase price was $2.7 million.

A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack


I wonder if CIA remote viewers found where LRH was and then they aimed their psychotronic machines at him to make him ill? Just a thought.

15 Sep
  LRH purportedly writes FO 3729, also issued as ED 106 CMO, entitled
"Commodore's Messengers." In this issue, the writer says:

"The Beingness of a Commodore's Messenger on duty is an emissary of the Commodore. What is done or said to that Messenger is being said or done to the Commodore."


This, of course, is a complete "identification," and such a statement by LRH is unprecedented. Yet this issue, more than any other, grants sweeping, virtually omnipotent power to the Commodore's Messenger Org--a vital step leading to coming events.

19 Sep
  Ron announces release of OT VIII and discovery of NED for OTs



The NOTs series is written by David Mayo--not by L. Ron Hubbard.

Conflicting Data -
How could Ron release OT VIII when he was supposed to be near death on OT 7?

19 Oct
  A ruling is made by judge Charles R. Richey in the SECOND class-action law suit that The Founding Church of Washington, D.C. (FCDC) has filed against the United States; the Director of the FBI; the Director of the National Security Agency (NSA); the Director of the CIA; the Chief of the National Central Bureau of the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL); The Attorney General of the United States; the Secretary of the Treasury (includes IRS); the Secretary of the Army; and the Postmaster General of the United States ("The Founding Church of Scientology v. Director of FBI, et al.," Civil Action No. 78-0107; United States District Court, District of Columbia).

Judge Richey, while granting FCDC a limited right to represent the class of "all Churches and Missions of the Church of Scientology located in the United States," also rules that EACH AND EVERY MEMBER OF THAT CLASS must, INDIVIDUALLY, exhaust all of its "administrative remedies." In short, Richey-using JUDICIAL DISCRETION--found a way to essentially put the case permanently on ice, requiring years of bureaucratic red-tape before there would be any possibility for FCDC to takes its case forward, and engage the federal intelligence agencies in any meaningful discovery.

Important Note:

Having performed this vital function for the government, Judge Charles R. Richey, just months later, will be handed the plum assignment of presiding over the media-splashed government criminal case against Mary Sue Hubbard and the other Scientology Guardian's Office defendants.

31 Oct
  Two senior scientists from the Soviet Ministry of Defense--jan I. Koltunov and Nikolai A. Nosov--become members of the Moscow Bio-Electronics Laboratory, where parapsychology experiments are conducted.

"Amplified Mind Power Research In The Former Soviet Union," by Martin Ebon

18 Nov
  "The Jonestown Massacre" takes place. Congressman Leo Ryan, a noted CIA critic who has co-authored the Hughes-Ryan Amendment--which would require the CIA to disclose, in advance, details of all covert operations-and who is in Jonestown to investigate reports of human rights abuses, is murdered.

Numerous media accounts

07 Dec
  The KGB restructures the Moscow Laboratory for Bio-Electronics-where experiments in parapsychology are conducted--"along lines that favor military-oriented research, as evidenced by their establishment of "Rules for Admittance to Membership in the Central Public Laboratory for Bio-Electronics," creating stringent security requirements.

"Amplified Mind Power Research In The Former Soviet Union," by Martin Ebon

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