Vaughn Young - During his
years in Scientology, Vaughn worked in PR for the Guardian's Office
and wrote articles for Freedom Magazine
Brooks - Stacy
Brooks held many positions in Scientology's Sea Org including
being the first editor of Scientology's magazine, Freedom
Prince - A former Scientologist and Sea
Org member of 16 years, Jesse was a senior executive in the Religious
Technology Center, Scientology's top management and trademark
Minton - Robert
S. Minton has become Scientology's chief target as they try to
stop Bob from helping those who have been abused by Scientology.
Woodcraft - As
an architect, Lawrence warned Scientology that their ship, the
Freewinds, was riddled with blue asbestos.
Woodcraft - Raised
in Scientology, Astra had a child at 15 to force Scientology to
allow her to leave the group.
Woodcraft - Zoe's
childhood was spent in Scientology's roach infested properties
and put to work at the age of 8
Sarah is a Scientologist who knew Zoe Woodcraft.
She was enlisted by Scientology to write an affidavit to counter
the charges Zoe raised in her declarations
and video interviews.
Tonja spent her teenage years in Scientology and
signed a billion year service contract to enlist in the Sea Org.
She writes about the Sea org, the Cadet Org, the EPF and RPF and
witnessing people being held in a chain locker on Scientology's
flagship, the Apollo.
Pia Gardini - Maria
was defrauded out of $2 million before she finally left Scientology
Turbyne III -
Turbyne explains how a Scientology front group,
Sterling Management Systems, lured him into Scientology.
Ed Hattaway is a chiropractor who was defrauded
Tera details the abuse of children she witnessed
while in Scientology.
(Bezazian) Christman -
Tory spent thirty years in Scientology and worked
as a volunteer for the Office of Special Affairs.
A. Kent, Ph.D. -
Stephen Kent is a professor at the University of
Alberta in the Department of Sociology. He provides his opinion
on Scientology's Isolation Rundown and whether Scientology is
a solely religious practice.
Gerry was L. Ron Hubbard's personal archivist.
When he discovered that Hubbard and Scientology were lying about
important facts in Hubbard's background, he urged Scientology
to clear the record and tell the truth. Scientology responded
by attacking Gerry. He left Scientology and provided this affidavit
for a former member's lawsuit
Arnie Lerma's home was raided by Scientology after
he posted their copyrighted material to the internet.
The son of L. Ron Hubbard wrote an affidavit about
the fraud he witnessed in Scientology.
Roxanne describes how Scientology held her against
her will and even went so far as to kidnap her, throwing her into
a van and holding her for up to four weeks. They also deprived
her of needed medical care leading to her subsequent death.
David was an important member of Scientology who
helped develop some of Hubbard's Scientology technology including
NOTS. Mayo writes about how he was placed forcibly onto the RPF
James M Ideman -
In 1993, Judge Ideman was presiding over the Fishman
trial which was drawn out for years by Scientology's legal tactics.
When Scientology started to harass Ideman's clerk, the Judge took
the extreme step of recusing himself from the case.
As a volunteer for Scientology's intelligence bureau,
the Guardian's Office (since renamed the Office of Special Affairs),
Margery was instructed on how to set-up a judge who was presiding
over a case involving Scientology.
Don Larson was the head of Scientology's International
Finance Police which was directed by Scientology's leaders to
extort money out of Mission Holders. Jesse Prince also wrote about
J. Calagna -
A licensed private investigator, Calagna attempted
to serve process on Scientology's leaders and several Scientology
celebrities such as Tom Cruise and Kirstie Alley. In this declaration,
he describes how he and others attended an event at Scientology's
L.A. Celebrity Center and attempted to serve papers there.
Kellerhals is the head of security for Scientology
in Clearwater, Florida and was involved in the enforced stay of
Lisa McPherson during the last 17 days of her life. He wrote an
affidavit for the McPherson criminal case describing some of the
threats and attacks he claims Scientology.has faced in Clearwater.
Rinder is part of Scientology's Office of Special
Affairs. He writes about a meeting with Stacy Brooks and Vaughn
Young in which he tried to get them stop offering testimony against
Scientology. Rinder's version of the events vary wildly from those
of Vaughn and Stacy.