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  DM has a meeting with the OT VIIIs. He tells them that the OT 7 course did not work, was not working, and had to be re-engineered. They would all have to do OT 7 again. In addition, the 1200 people would have to pay the increased price.

United States District Court Central District of California
Michael Pattinson vs RTC Case No. 98-3985CAS (SHx)


What he doesn't tell them is that his squirreling of OT 7 and OT 8 is resulting in people on OT 7 & OT 8 dying, having psychotic breaks, and leaving the church.

Due to the confidential nature of OT 7 & 8, we cannot elaborate here on just exactly how they have squirreled these two levels. But, you can know that they did squirrel it by the fact of people on those levels dying, having psychotic breaks, and leaving the church. You don't think that standard tech causes that do you? That tells you tech is out.

The other thing that tells you tech is out is the fact that it has been 20 years since the release of OT 7 and there has not been one actual completion, yet.

The GOLDEN AGE OF SQUIRRELING is killing your fellow Scientologists. Isn't it about time that you took responsibility for doing something about Miscavige before his squirreling kills anyone else? If nothing else, you can pass this time track around so everyone knows.

We are not "Davidologists". We are Scientologists. Let's get this 1.1 criminal suppressive squirrel out of our Church and get back to being on source.

Some so-called Scientologists, afraid and lacking confront, offer up justifiers for all this.

We have heard all the justifiers. They are suppressive. Here's why:

HCOPL 7 December 1969 The Ethics Officer, His Character

Reasonableness is suppressive since it lets oppression continue without action being taken. Suppressive reasonableness is a common trait. It comes from THE INABILITY TO CONFRONT EVIL.

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  A film is released entitled Orientation. All public are ordered to see the film and then they must sign a document - "Orientation Attestation." This document says?

"I further understand that if I desire to participate in Scientology services I do so being fully aware that these are religious services and that I am participating in them under the ecclesiastical principles of the Scientology religion."

Orientation Attestation


This is a covert attempt to legitimize the CST/RTC/CSI fraud on the paying public.

What the person signing it does not realize is the definition of the Scientology religion. The October 1993 booklet entitled Description of the Scientology Religion gave the definition of the Scientology religion as follows?

"The Scientology religion is based exclusively upon L. Ron Hubbard's research, writings and recorded lectures."

In other words - the person signing this attestation does not realize he is accepting the "based on the works of LRH" issues wherein CSI is the author, not LRH.

Another booklet is released to staff entitled Orientation Staff Briefing Booklet. Here are two quotes from page 6 of that booklet?

"No one who has seen this film can thereafter claim that he was not fully informed of these legal facts."

"These legal aspects of Orientation are not to be stressed however in communication to the public."

The above two statements make it clear that the Orientation film has the true purpose of getting a legal form signed by the public. It also makes it clear that they do not want the public to realize they are signing a legal document and what that legal document means.

Incorrectly Included effort to covertly legitimize their fraud on the public -
Incorrectly Included covert hostility (1.1) tone level towards Scientologists ?

CST, RTC, and CSI execs

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  In the Netherlands, Scientology lost their suit against Karin Spaink. She published OT 3 on the internet. The judge ruled it did not violate copyright laws because it was "fair use" of materials.

St. Petersburg Times article on 29 March 1999

-- Jan
  Judge Brinkema grants RTC's motion for summary judgement against Lerma for copyright infringement. Lerma was fined $2,500.

Internet posting regarding copyright law

02 Jan
  The Library of Congress records show that on this date:

CSI transfers copyrights to CST for Standard PTS tech drills, PTS tech part 1 & 28 other titles authored by CSI.

27 Feb
  The Library of Congress records show that on this date:

CSI transfers copyrights to CST for Scientology drug rundown auditor course & 1,030 other titles & religious works. Author or co-author is CSI, derived from or based upon the literary works of LRH.


This is an important entry because it shows how much re-writing of LRH issues has been done by CSI.

29 Feb
  The Library of Congress records show that on this date:

Bridge Publications Inc transfers copyrights to CST for the Academy Lectures, level O & 154 other titles, religious and fiction works. Author or co-author is BPI derived from or based upon the works of LRH.


This is an important entry because it shows how much re-writing of LRH issues has been done by BPI.



Alteration of Scientology Axiom 3:

Here is Axiom 3 on page 148 in the LRH book Phoenix Lectures -

Space, Energy, Objects, Form and Time are the result of considerations made and/or agreed upon or not by the static, and are perceived solely because the static considers that it can perceive them.

Here is Axiom 3 on page 73 in the squirrel CSI Book Scientology 0-8 -

Space, Energy, Objects, Form and Time are the result of considerations made and/or
agreed upon by the static, and are perceived solely because the static considers that it can perceive them.

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Alteration of PDC tape 20:

Here is the LRH original PDC tape 20 -

Therefore, we really do have the remedy before the assault weapon is produced.

Did you ever read poor old George Orwell's 1984? Yes,yes, that's wonderful.
That would be--- could be the palest imagined shadow of what a world would be like under the rule of the secret use of Scientology with no remedy in existence.

Here is the L. Ron Hubbard library squirrel version of PDC tape 20 -

Therefore, we really do have the remedy before the assault weapon is produced.

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Here is another section of the LRH original PDC tape 20 -

It's a very simple remedy. And that's-just make sure that the remedy is passed along.

That's all. Don't horde it, don't hold it; and if you ever do use any Black Dianetics, use it on the guy who pulled Scientology out of sight and made it so it wasn't available. Because he's the boy who would be electing himself "The New Order." And we don't need any more new orders. All those orders, as far as I am concerned, have been filled.

Here is the L. Ron Hubbard library squirrel version of PDC tape 20 -

It's a very simple remedy. And that's-just make sure that the remedy is passed along.
That's all. Don't hoard it and don't hold it.

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More examples of alterations to LRH tapes:

Over 400 words have been deleted from the LRH tape Studying, Introduction.

Over 600 words have been deleted from the LRH tape Establishment Officer Tape # 1,
ESTO's Instant Hat.

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Alteration of HCOB 1 July 1985 CS Series 73 RA:

Here is the end of the 12 page LRH original HCOB C/S Series 73RA-

Due to the tremendous number of technical advances which have been made in the past decade, and the nature of these advances, maintaining the No-Interference Area rules to ensure that pcs move rapidly up the Bridge becomes the responsibility of every org, every mission, every unit and every individual Scientologist on this planet.

It is not only a responsibility.

It is a trust.

Here is the end of the 5 page squirrel HCOB 2 August 1990 CS Series 73RB -

DELETED - the above ending is DELETED - along with 7 other pages of the original.

Yet enforcement of the above HCOB was considered vital by LRH.

A study of the LRH original shows that RTC is badly squirreling OT 7.

For a full report on the sabotaging of OT 7 by RTC - see An OT 7's Story.

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Fabrication of HCOB 18 June 1990 C/S Series 124:

This HCOB says it is a compilation - but when you look up the LRH references they

supposedly compiled it from - you realize its not a compilation at all - they wrote the entire HCOB themselves.

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Tech degrade -

The LRH book Dianetics Today is no longer being printed and sold.

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Alteration of the LRH Book New Slant On Life:

Here is the LRH original book -

The politician, the reporter, the psychiatrist with his electric shock machine, the drug

manufacturer, ...

Here is the CSI squirrel book -

The politician, the reporter, the medico, the drug manufacturer, ...

Note: There are 87 times where they alter LRH's words in the CSI squirrel book.

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Dianetics The Modern Science of Mental Health has also been re-written by CSI, along with 913 other titles listed in the Library of Congress records. CST is the owner of the copyrights for all these re-writes.

In all of these re-written books - LRH is NOT the author. CSI is the author.

In order to make it appear to the public that LRH is the author, LRH's name is made part of the copyrighted title, to deceive the public into thinking LRH wrote it:


The above is the copyrighted TITLE of the book in Library of Congress records.

Notice that the book cover does not say BY L. Ron Hubbard.

In fact, none of the above re-writes are authored by LRH.

The issues are all "based on the works of LRH". The author is CSI.

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In 1988 the Life Improvement Courses are released by CSI, making the bottom of the

Bridge a minefield of squirrel alterations - all "Based On TheWorks of LRH."

Here is the original LRH PL 10 September 1982 -

This is called rip off. It is the exchange condition of robbers, tax men, governments and
other criminal elements.

Here is the CSI squirrel Life Improvement Course "Dynamics of Money" page 45 -

This is called rip off. It is the exchange condition of robbers, most tax men, many
governments and criminal elements.

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Why go on? They have altered thousands of LRH issues - HCOBs, books and tapes.

Each one of these changes is a tech degrade, a High Crime, and a Suppressive Act.

It is also Felony Fraud - because Miscavige falsely represents to the paying public they are getting "pure, unadulterated LRH tech".

The truth is:

Miscavige has turned all Scientology organizations into being an off-source squirrel group. Miscavige is the most destructive squirrel in the history of the religion.

Religious Technology Center, and Church of Spiritual Technology have violated their corporate charters to keep LRH as the single source of the religion.

David Miscavige, RTC, CST and CSI are all in a condition of TREASON to LRH and all other Scientologists.

RTC = Rewriting Tech Center

CST = Covert Squirreling in Titanium

Although altering source material is a High Crime in Scientology, legally they can write works that are "based on the works of LRH."

But David Miscavige making false statements to the paying public that they are purchasing "pure, unadulterated LRH tech" - when he knows different - is FRAUD.

And a multi-billion dollar class action suit could be brought to return all of the fraudulently obtained donations made over the last 20 years.

Back in 1981 and 1982 - Miscavige did a political purge of any staff loyal to LRH.

He has continued that political purge all the way into present time -

by expelling anyone who dares to apply KSW in his Golden Age of Squirreling.

There has been one false comm ev after the other to eliminate from the church anyone who applies KSW and to cover up his High Crimes of destroying Scientology tech-

through a constant campaign of alterations, deletions and fabrications to LRH issues.

The ONLY people left on staff are those who accept Miscavige and RTC over LRH.

These people only TALK THE TALK OF KSW.


If you show them an LRH issue that conflicts with what Miscavige and RTC says -

they ignore the LRH issue and do what RTC says.

To them -


Their outpoint is -



1. A group that is destroying itself and its end product.

2. Led by a treasonous top management that is guilty of wilful destruction of:
the group
its technology
end product - FREE BEINGS.

Who would destroy a technology for making FREE BEINGS?

The Global Enslavers and their AGENTS.

That is the only possible answer.

-- Mar
  RTC files a copyright suit against Grady Ward for posting OT materials on the internet. His trial is set for Jan 18, 1998.

Internet posting regarding copyright law

01 Mar
  The American Lawyer March, 1996

Making Law, Making Enemies

Scientology's lawyers are pushing the IP envelope to keep the church's secret, sacred scriptures off the Internet. But will their heavy-handed tactics undermine key courtroom victories?

It was January 19, and Helena Kobrin -- a Los Angeles solo practitioner whose only client is the Church of Scientology International -- had just gotten word of a ruling from Virginia U.S. district court judge Leonie Brinkema on a summary judgment motion by the church. Judge Brinkema granted summary judgment. Brinkema, she explains, ruled from the bench that Scientology copyrights had been infringed by a critic of the church.

Brinkema found that a former Scientologist who had posted about 65 pages of secret, sacred writings to an Internet discussion group had not made fair use of the materials, but had infringed the church's rights to its holy scriptures. But it may too late. And if it is, the church can blame its own litigation tactics.

The church's Internet cases are relatively simple as far as their copyright questions are concerned, and Scientology certainly has a strong legal argument that posting in bulk secret, unpublished writings -- with little or no commentary attached -- violates its copyrights. But Scientology has not been content to make simple, narrow copyright claims in these three cases. Instead, the church has litigated with characteristic overkill.

Scientology lawyers sought and obtained writs of seizure in all three cases, permitting church lawyers and computer experts to stage surprise raids on the former Scientologists who were posting church scriptures. Because the postings were to Internet sites, the church also sued the companies that provided the former Scientologists with access to the Internet, arguing that bulletin boards and Internet access providers were directly liable for their users' copyright violations.

When The Washington Post got hold of the church scriptures and published a story about the dispute, quoting all of 46 words of secret Hubbard writings, the church sued the newspaper and two of its reporters. Scientology counsel Kobrin tried to shut down the on- line discussion group where the infringing postings were showing up, and subsequently wrote dozens of threatening letters to Internet participants who got involved in the battle.

In the process, Kobrin became perhaps the most reviled lawyer in Internet lore, and probably the only lawyer who's been the subject of a Web site devoted to nasty attacks on her. More importantly, the church turned gaining possession of its secret writings into a crusade for some Internet devotees, known as "netizens." Computer jocks who had had no previous interest in Scientology were outraged by the church's tactics, and responded in kind. Angry netizens -- as ruthlessly zealous in their way as Scientology litigators are in theirs -- played an elaborate game of hide-and-seek with the Scientology scriptures, posting them in sites all over the Internet faster than the church could shut them down.

As a result, any damage done by the infringing postings was vastly magnified as more people got interested in the scriptures -- and more people became intent on making them public.


Hubbard provided voluminous text about his beliefs, leaving at his death in 1986 554 written works, nearly 3,000 hours of taped lectures, and more than 100 instructional films.

Beginning in 1966, however, Hubbard began generating material that he instructed be kept secret. Hubbard wrote eight levels of the secret materials, called the Operating Thetan (OT) materials or the Advanced Technology, over the next 20 years. In all they comprise about 700 pages.

The church maintains that the documents have gotten out only through theft. Some were stolen in England, and others were stolen from a Danish church in 1983. Thieves dressed themselves up in uniforms that are worn by the Sea Organization, testified McShane. The staff at the organization in Copenhagen fell for the pretense, allowed them to view the materials in a secure room. They proceeded then to put them in a briefcase and walk out to the car that was sitting outside in front of the church with the motor running.

Strangely, despite the secrecy surrounding the OT levels, Hubbard told the basic Xenu story in Revolt in the Stars, a screenplay he tried to sell in the early 1980s, according to Young.

Also that year, attorneys for a former Scientologist named Lawrence Wollersheim? got copies of the OT levels indirectly from someone in The Church of the New Civilization. Three days after the Los Angeles superior court judge overseeing Wollersheim's case refused to seal the materials, Scientology sued Wollersheim and his lawyers in federal court, claiming racketeering and trade secret misappropriation.

The case was eventually dismissed, but not before the Ninth Circuit ruled that Scientology's OT materials were not trade secrets, because the church had posed their worth as spiritual, rather than economic.

Several years later, Scientology heeded the Ninth Circuit's comments and claimed that a former Scientologist named Enid Vien, who was using OT materials in Scientology-like courses she was teaching, was causing the church economic harm, because the church depended on the fixed donations Scientology asked parishioners to pay for the privilege of studying the OT levels.

Church lawyer Kobrin says she knows of no other religion that has sought court rulings that its scriptures are trade secrets, but in a 1993 ruling in the Vien case, San Diego U.S. district court judge Marilyn Huff granted Scientology summary judgment on its trade secret claims. She also found that Vien had infringed Scientology's copyrights.

That same year, however, another former Scientologist -- convicted felon Steven Fishman -- dumped about 65 pages of OT materials into the record in a defamation case the church had filed against him for comments he made in Time reporter Richard Behar's 1991 cover story, Scientology: The Cult of Greed.

Fishman claims he bought the documents from a Scientology staffer who needed the money to continue progressing through the OT levels, and that he put the materials in the record to demonstrate Scientology's coercive mind control techniques.

But the judge overseeing the Fishman case refused to reseal the record, as did the Ninth Circuit, which remanded the issue to the trial court for further review. Ever resourceful, the church marshaled qualified Scientologists to control the court file. Every morning, a Scientologist would sign out the file. For the rest of the day, every day the court was open and the file unsealed, Scientologists kept watch over it. The church maintains that thanks to this remarkable effort, only one copy of the Fishman papers was ever made, by a reporter for The Washington Post.


In late November or early December 1994 messages started appearing in an Internet discussion group called alt.religion.scientology, which since its founding in 1991 had become a hotbed of debate between former, current, and wavering Scientologists. Sent anonymously by nobody at, an address that prevented tracing, the messages purported to contain the OT materials.

The nobody postings caught the attention of Dennis Erlich, a former Scientology minister who had begun to participate in alt.religion.scientology the previous summer.

In December, when Erlich saw that the anonymously posted OT materials were authentic, he reposted them, with brief comments affirming that they were the real thing.


Kobrin began working as a lawyer for a Florida Scientology church in the mid-1980s, a practice she says she found meaningful. In 1990 she moved to Los Angeles and joined Bowles & Moxon, a small firm that essentially served as the church's in-house legal department. Kobrin developed an intellectual property expertise, working on the Vien, Mayo, and Wollersheim cases in the early 1990s. She set up her own shop in 1995 when Bowles & Moxon disbanded.

When Scientologists first saw the anonymously posted scriptures, Kobrin says, church lawyers contacted the poster's remailer, but were unable to identify nobody. When Erlich reposted the materials, however, the church recognized his name right away.

IN JANUARY 1995 KOBRIN tried another route to squelch the problem, sending out a message to servers providing access to the Usenet, where the alt.religion.scientology discussion group is located. Kobrin informed servers that the group was started by someone with a forged message; that it violated Scientology's intellectual property rights to the very word Scientology; and that it was a haven for Scientology critics. She requested that Usenet servers cancel the newsgroup.


News of Kobrin's attempt to remove the group went out to other discussion groups, attracting people who had no previous interest in Scientology to alt.religion.scientology. To some of us, preserving the Net for free speech is more important than anything in the free world.


In Scientology's view, the OT materials unquestionably belong to the church, and the church doesn't care to share them publicly. In fact, the church badly needs to maintain the mystery surrounding its scriptures. Making them public, argued church trial counsel Cooley at one hearing, could dissuade Scientologists from paying the fixed donations the church requires its parishioners to pay for the privilege of studying the scriptures -- and could convince potential Scientologists not to join the church.

So on February 7, 1995, Scientology lawyers went to federal court in San Jose, seeking an ex parte restraining order against Erlich, Netcom, and Klemesrud. Erlich had copied at least 154 pages of copyrighted and secret material onto the Internet, the church alleged, and there was every reason to believe he would continue to make infringing postings. Ehrlich has commenced and is continuing an insidious campaign of copyright infringement and trade secrets misappropriation, the church asserted.

On February 13, 1995, accompanied by a Glendale, California, police officer, a group that included Scientology lawyer Thomas Small and church official Warren McShane arrived at Erlich's house. Scientology representatives personally copied materials from Mr. Erlich's computer and deleted information from the hard drive, Erlich's MoFo lawyers asserted in their answer to the church's complaint. The materials taken from Mr. Erlich's home and deleted from his hard disk included many, many more materials than are described in the writ of seizure . . . including private and confidential information regarding Mr. Erlich's acquaintances, his taxes, finances, and his research efforts.

Altered Sequence (closing the barn door after the horse already left) -
Added Inapplicable unnecessary litigation in a lost cause (OT materials on net) -

RTC Execs

07 Mar
  Randy McDonald writes a High Crime Report on David Miscavige:

David Miscavige is charged with Felony Fraud and the suppression of Scientology and Scientologists.

Miscavige has been engaged in a covert but methodical campaign to alter, alloy, negate, and even eradicate parts of LRH's technology, then sell the alter-ised versions to staff and public while he uses his position over Scientology and Scientologists to assert the "purity" of the tech. It is Felony Corporate and Trademark Fraud involving millions of dollars; it crosses State lines and utilizes U.S. mails which makes it a Federal offense?

Evidence of Felony Fraud
Authorization of Altered LRH Materials

As the head of RTC, Miscavige has defrauded the public and staffs out of millions of dollars by approving and overseeing the promotion and sales of works, carrying the trademarks of LRH and Scientology, that are proclaimed by him as being "100% pure, unadulterated" LRH tech, knowing that the works have been cut, rewritten, edited, and altered. Miscavige's own writings stand as testament to his knowledge of the condition of published materials:

"RTC ....passes any LRH issue, pack or book before issuance so as to ensure it is authentic and that the writings are one hundred percent Source. In the case of published or translated LRH works, RTC checks every word to verify they are completely faithful to the original LRH manuscripts."
David Miscavige - Chairman of the Board, Religious Technology Center

But here are a few examples of the truth:

A. Entire paragraphs have been carefully and seamlessly edited out of the current edition of LRH's Study Tapes in such a way that the listener has no knowledge that they are gone unless he does a side-by-side comparison to an unedited set of tapes.

B. HCOPL 13 March 1969 Addition To HCO Pol Ltr of 23 June 1967 'Policies On Physical Healing, Insanity And Potential Trouble Sources' ----Potential Trouble Source (b) is missing.

These edits, deletions, eradications, and adulterations of LRH's tech are, every one, High
Crimes and Suppressive Acts. All of this tampering is a flagrant violation of Keeping Scientology Working, and is expressly forbidden in many of LRH's HCOPLs - which constitute a promise to people who purchase Scientology materials and services that what they are getting is straight LRH:

"All materials released, used or sold must be straight Scientology as given in the writings or lectures of LRH... Books may not be advertised for sale or the advertisement paid for from HCO Book fund except LRH books..."
HCOPL 4 March 1965 Technical and Policy Distribution

"The field or public must not be led to believe that I have written or issued things I have
HCOPL 21 June 1959 Signatures On Bulletins, Policies and Sec Eds

These assurances, an integral and vital part of Scientology, are held sacred and inviolable by Scientologists. Selling anything else to the buying public using LRH's name and his trademarks is Felony Fraud.

But this is not the only avenue for fraud used by Miscavige. Scientology Policy Directives (SPDs) now number over 200. None were authored by LRH and no such issue is mentioned by him in any HCOPL. Under Miscavige's supervision, though, SPD's are approved for issue by RTC's AVC division.

With Miscavige's approval, SPDs have been issued and enforced under the fraudulent claim that they are policy for Churches. This claim can be found in the back of the current edition of OEC Volume O:

"Scientology Policy Directives - its purpose is to provide an issue type for policy for the Church of Scientology, and to distinguish from policy issued by LRH which is issued in HCO PL form. Senior to all administrative issues except HCOPLs and any other issues or advices by LRH. Its distribution is all staff unless otherwise designated. Black ink on blue paper."

This seeks to negate all of the following LRH references:

"If it is not in an HCO Policy Letter, it is not policy."
HCOPL 5 March 1965 Policy, Source Of

"If it isn't in an HCOB or an HCO Pol Ltr or recorded on tape in my voice, it isn't tech or policy."
HCOPL 16 April AD 15 The Hidden Data Line

"A policy letter is not Scientology org policy unless written or authorized by L. Ron
Hubbard and passed as a resolution or covered by blanket resolution of the International Board and issued or published by an HCO. It is not policy if any of these steps are missing."
HCOPL 5 March 1965 Policy Source Of

"STANDARD ADMIN means the usual 'on-policy' procedure applied. The source of STANDARD ADMIN is an HCO Policy Letter."
HCOPL 4 June 1971 Standard Admin

The above references unequivocally, unquestionably, incontestably SLAM THE DOOR on any possibility of SPDs being policy, as is claimed. Yet, Miscavige and AVC and others have been made aware, in several reports, of this glaring violation of LRH's policy, and no action has been taken to correct it. On the contrary, OSA staff (a non-Source entity established by SPDs) have been sent to investigate the report writers.

"...If correctly reported outnesses that threaten the org are NOT corrected then one assumes that suppression exists... It occasionally happens that it is someone high up in the org. It sometimes happens his (Ethics Officer's) seniors or the Executive Council scold him for daring to report on things or to them. Then he knows the suppression is high up?
HCOPL 7 December 1969 Ethics, The Design Of

And so none of this gets corrected. And so this Felony Fraud is perpetrated on the public:

Miscavige is guilty of the following High Crimes:

"Intentional and unauthorized alteration of LRH technology, policy, issues or checksheets."

"Issuing alter-ised Scientology technical data or information or instructional or admin
procedures, calling it Scientology or calling it something else to confuse or deceive people as to the true source, beliefs and practices of Scientology."

"Falsely attributing or falsely representing oneself or others as source of Scientology or Dianetics technology; or using any position gained with staff and/or public to falsely attribute non-source material to source or to falsely represent non-source material as authorized Scientology or Dianetics technology."

"Using Scientology (or perverted and alter-ised tech and calling it Scientology) harmfully so as to bring about disrepute to an org, group, or Scientology itself."

High Crime Report by Randy McDonald on 7 March 1996

Falsehood that all Scientology has been made available in a pure, unadulterated form -

Criminal Fraud on the paying public -
Incorrectly Included alteration of LRH issues -
Omitted Comm Evs for High Crimes of altering LRH issues -

David Miscavige, RTC Execs, Office of the Senior C/S

11 Apr
  David and Julie Mayo receive a favorable decision from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeal.

It overturns the lower court's decision to grant RTC an injunction against Mayo using the Advanced Technology. It also affirms the lower court?s decision to award Mayo 2.9 million dollars in his counterclaim against RTC.

United States Court of Appeals For The Ninth Circuit


More Legal losses from practicing Fair Game.

11 Apr
  WOLLERSHEIM II: RTC and CSI vs. Wollersheim (Ninth Circuit 1992) 971 Fed.2d. 364; On 4-11-96 the Ninth Circuit issued an unpublished memorandum upholding the Honorable James M. Ideman's order of judgment and imposition of 2.9 million dollars attorneys fees against RTC affirming that RTC had filed its complaint in bad faith to harass the defendants.

Memorandum of Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals No. 94-55781

07 Aug
  The Library of Congress records show that on this date:

CSI transfers copyrights to CST for the first postulate, PTS 1-3 & 68 other titles by CSI.

CSI transfers copyrights to CST for Expansion of Havingness & 76 other titles by CSI.


More squirrel issues authored by CSI, being given to CST for preserving in titanium.

This ensures the squirrel tech will be preserved for future generations too.

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