VII, EX-SEA ORG, EX OSA
after thirty years and speaking freely!"
July of 2000, while working with Scientology's Office of Special
Affairs on projects geared toward stopping Scientology's critics
from speaking freely about Scientology, this thirty-year member
from Burbank, California discovered the truth about her "church"
then set herself free.
first became involved in Scientology in 1969. Before leaving in
the autumn of 2000 she spent seven years at the top of Scientology's
bridge auditing on their secret OT level VII and had also trained
in Scientology's new "Golden Age of Tech" auditor training.
her last ten years in Scientology, although she'd become increasingly
disheartened with the sect, especially with what she felt was corrupted
Scientology "technology" implemented by the organization's
new management headed by David Miscaviage, Tory offered her services
to Scientology's Office of Special Affairs (OSA) where she worked
on top secret projects geared toward stopping the spread of critical
information about Scientology on the Internet and in the Media.
Shortly before her decision to leave, Tory had even become the Executive
Director of the "Scientology Parishioners League" - an
organization set up by the Office of Special Affairs for the purpose
of handling and eliminating negative information about Scientology
making its way into the press.
gearing up to work with OSA on one of those projects which required
her to locate then alert Scientology's management to the existence
of the sect's secret scriptures (confidential "OT material")
on the Internet, Tory made an alarming discovery: Before she could
start the project, OSA had to come to her home to remove a censoring
program that had mysteriously been installed on her computer!
learned that the censoring program had been distributed by Scientology
via a software program provided to Scientologists under the guise
of being a tool they could use to create pro-Scientology web pages
detailing individual successes that would then be posted on a website
created by Scientology for PR and dissemination purposes. All
Scientologists with Internet access were requested to make these
web pages but they weren't told that the program, in addition to
creating the pages, was designed to prevent them from accessing
critical or anti-Scientology information on the Internet. When OSA
uninstalled it from her computer, Tory was free to access that information
and her journey toward leaving the sect began.
leaving Scientology (and even while attempting to leave) Tory experienced
the full force of Scientology's abusive and controlling tactics,
which she discusses in her videos, declarations and posts to the
newsgroup alt.religion.scientology. Scientology has recently declared
Tory to be an enemy of Scientology and she is currently a target
of their fair game practices. Included her list of bizarre experiences
with the organization since leaving Scientology was an attempt made
to criminally charge her for sitting in one of their Santa Chairs
which had been located on a public sidewalk during the 2000 holiday
season. She was acquitted of those charges which you can read about
in the court transcripts and Media related to the LMT
"Clearwater 13" injunction case. Tory now speaks out
against Scientology's abusive practices, especially those concerning
Scientology's mis-treatment of families, medical malpractice, fraud,
and fair game tactics the organization covertly engages in.
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