Vaughn Young Declarations
is one of the highest ranking members of Scientology to speak
out against the group. He left Scientology in 1989 after the
death of L. Ron Hubbard.
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vs. Gerry Armstrong
of Vaughn Young dated May 12, 1985. Vaughn was still in Scientology
when he wrote this declaration on their behalf. He denounces Gerry
Armstrong and criticizes Gerry's abilities as Hubbard's official
of Vaughn Young dated September 8, 1993. Vaughn details his career
in Scientology and details his knowledge of Scientology's use of
WISE as a recruiting tool.
of Vaughn Young dated October 31, 1994. Scientology made many attacks
on Cythia Kisser's character. In this declaration, Vaughn states
that he has no knowledge of the validity of these charges.
of Vaughn Young dated October 25, 1993. Vaughn covers in great detail
Scientology's Fair Game policy and shares experiences from his time
as a PR person for the organization.
of Vaughn Young dated November 23, 1993. Vaughn details his career
in Scientology as a trained Public Relations representative for
the group. He writes about his experiences and his knowledge of
Fair Game and front groups within Scientology.
of Vaughn Young dated December 29, 1993. Vaughn discusses a video
deposition of Heber Jentzsch taken by Graham Berry.
of Vaughn Young dated March 9, 1994. Vaughn explains how Scientology's
belief that psychiatrists are evil led to their attacks on Dr. Geertz.
Vaughn also details the deaths of Hubbard's son Quentin as well
as that of David Miscavige's mother-in-law. These comments caused
Mike Rinder to respond in a declaration
of his own.
of Vaughn Young dated December 14, 1994. Vaughn disputes statements
made in a declaration
by Scientologist Mike Rinder. In Rinder's declaration, he accused
Vaughn and Stacy of demanding huge sums of money to stop testifying
and Bridge Publications vs. FACTnet
of Vaughn Young dated February 1997. When Scientology sued Factnet
for copyright infringement, Vaughn was asked to examine Scientology's
documents and discovered many important discrepancies in the copyrights
of Hubbard's works.
of Vaughn Young dated July 26, 1998. Vaughn samples several of
the Scientology documents which had been submitted to the court
and disputes the validity of the copyrights on altered materials.
McPherson Civil Suit
of Vaughn Young dated October 6, 1999. Vaughn pierces the veil of
Scientology's elaborate corporate structure.