1994, 7 Feb 

1994, 2.5.

1994 11.4.

1994, 11.5.

1994, 19.5.

1994 4.6.

1994, 3.8.

1994, 4.8.

1994, 8.8.

1994, Sept.

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1994, 19.9.

1994, 22.9.

1994, 13.10.

1994, 4.11.

1994, 10.11.

1994, 18.11.

1994, 12.12.

1994, 24.12.

1994, 27.12.


1995, January

1995, 3.1.

1995, 5.1.

1995, 10.1.

1995, 14.1.

1995, 15.1.

1995, 23.1.

1995, 24.1.

1995, 28.1.

1995, 29.1.

1995, 2.2.

On February 2, 1995, Helsingius was contacted by an American representative of the Church of Scientology, informing him that his remailer had been used to publicly post information stolen from a private Scientology computer and requesting the identity of the poster. When Helsingius responded that he could not reveal that information, he was told that Interpol would be making a request to the Finnish police for the information. The next day, Finnish police contacted Helsingius requesting the same information, and informed him that a warrant would be obtained if necessary. (Skeptic: Scn vs Internet)

1995, 8.2.

1995, 13.2.

1995, 14.2.

1995, 18.2.

1995, 22.2.

1995, 28.2.

1995, 13.3.

1995, 18.3.

1995, 23.3.

1995, 24.3.

1995 26.3.-20.3.

1995, 28.3.

1995, April

1995, 4.4.

1995, 20.4.

1995, May 

1995, 14.5.

1995, 15.5.

    Randy McDonald writes a High Crime Report on Jim Morrow and Ray Mithoff, Senior C/S Int.

    In his report he quotes HCOPL 5 March 1965 Policy Source Of:  "If it is not in an HCO Policy Letter, it is not policy." 

    Randy’s report says that since there is no HCOPL that establishes anything called Scientology Policy Directives, that all SPDs are an unauthorized type of issue.

      Note: There are actually hundreds of these SPDs. Not only are they not authorized by LRH, but a study of them shows they are either: 

      1. Redundant (because it was already covered in HCOPLs)
      2. Conflicting with HCOPLs.

    The following High Crime is being committed by those who write and follow SPDs:

    "Running any organization on squirrel "policy" or third dynamic administrative or management procedures that are contrary to approved policy."

    Hereafter, Randy McDonald would not shut up about top management being off source. He is not alone. There have been hundreds of Scientologists who have noticed that top management is off-source and is guilty of squirreling both policy and tech.

    Top management’s solution to Randy McDonald noticing they were off source, was the same solution they have used on hundreds of other Scientologists who have noticed they are off source. Their solution is – discredit the person reporting on them.

    The following pattern has emerged:

    1. A Scientologist notices upper level management is off source and squirreling policy/tech.
    2. The Scientologist applies KSW and writes reports.
    3. Nothing is corrected. Instead, the Scientologist gets beat up in ethics until he shuts up.
    4. If the Scientologist won’t back down and continues to apply KSW, they start a black PR campaign against him, to discredit him in the eyes of other Scientologists. It should be understood that the Black PR campaign consists of one or more lies they invented about the person. They falsely accuse him of doing things that he never did.
      The purpose of this Black PR campaign is to get other Scientologists to think he is a bad hat. This results in cutting the person’s comm lines so that he cannot alert other Scientologists to the squirreling being done by upper level management. 
      It also ensures that no one will defend him when they attack him with a comm ev.
    5. Covert Knowledge Reports (KRs) are written on the person, containing false data, and the person is not given a copy of them so he can correct them and defend himself.
    6. Black Dianetics and/or reverse processing is often done on the person in an effort to cave him in or make him crazy.  (Criminal Track)
    7. A Committee of Evidence is called on the person, based on the false reports. The comm ev is also squirrel in that they have their orders to find the person guilty. In other words, it is not a fact-finding body as intended in policy. They have already made up their minds and are just going through the necessary motions.
    8. Quite often the person is refused a copy of the Bill of Particulars. This violates policy.
      This also violates any concept of justice because the person does not know what he is charged with and therefore cannot prepare a defense.
    9. The Comm Ev is held for a few days without the person’s knowledge. Then, the person is given short notice to appear before the Comm Ev, even though they are thousands of miles away, have to quickly arrange for time off work, etc. This gives them no time to prepare a defense.
    10. The person’s requests for copies of the KRs against him, are refused. The Comm Ev takes no interest in the fact that there are false reports in the KRs being used to Comm Ev the person.
    11. The Comm Ev is sent to International Justice Chief and gets stale dated for months.
    12. The person is either expelled or his comm ev just remains stale dated forever, with no findings and recommendations being released.
    13. The Comm Ev charges are then used as further black PR against the person. Ethics tells other Scientologists about the charges, to further cut his comm line with other Scientologists. Confessional data out of the person’s pc folder is also presented to other Scientologists to further black PR the person.

    The end result of the above "ethics" and "justice" actions is a perversion of Scientology ethics. The purpose of ethics is to get tech in. Not to protect squirrels. But, since the squirrels in this situation are senior to org ethics officers, org ethics officers have been powerless to do anything about the squirrels.

    Thus, top management has also squirreled Scientology ethics. They use it to attack Scientologists who are reporting on their squirreling, instead of its true purpose given by LRH in policy, to get tech in. 

    In the area of tech, they have re-written over a thousand of LRH’s technical issues, in addition to that they have massively altered LRH taped lectures.

    The number of alterations is so massive that we cannot include them all in this time track. We are only including a few of the alterations on this time track, to serve as an example of their squirreling. It should be understood that the amount of squirreling is not limited to our examples on this time track.

    Thus, top management has turned all of Scientology into a squirrel group, in all 3 areas. Squirrels are at the top of the command lines and this has resulted in all orgs being run on squirrel admin, squirrel tech, and squirrel ethics.

    Any Scientologist who tries to report on the squirreling and attempts to apply KSW, is done away with in the manner stated above, because the squirrels are at the top and in command.

    The above sounds pretty fantastic, doesn’t it? But, you don’t have to believe us. You can personally find out if it is true. Pick up any one of a thousand pieces of tech they have altered. Write a High Crime report on Miscavige and insist the tech be put back the way LRH wrote it. Hold your ground. Now start telling other Scientologists about the out tech. And you too can watch all of the above happen to you.

    As stated earlier, there are hundreds of Scientologists who have noticed that Miscavige and his top aides are squirrels and they have been handled by "ethics" as above. Each of their individual stories would take a time track all by themselves, so there is no effort here to include all of the details on this time track. If you want to know their individual stories about how they were treated when they applied KSW, ask them. It’s an eye-opener.  (Criminal Track)

1995, 30.5.


    NEW YORK, May 30 /PRNewswire/ -- A wide-ranging group of 60 sectarian and civic organizations spanning the religious and ideological spectrum today filed a brief with the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit urging reversal of a decision holding the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) unconstitutional.

    AJCongress prepared the brief on behalf of its partners, organized into the Coalition for the Free Exercise of Religion.

    RFRA requires that government justify burdens on religious practice. It has been widely characterized as the most important piece of religious liberty legislation enacted in many years. But in March U.S. District Court Judge Lucius D. Bunton, in the case of Flores v City of Boerne (Tx), held the Act unconstitutional.

    In that case, a Catholic church invoked RFRA in a challenge to its designation as a historic landmark, which prevented its expansion to meet the needs of its parishioners. The court ruled that Congress lacks the power to protect religious liberty from infringement by the states. 

    Disagreeing emphatically, AJCongress and its partners maintain in their brief that in "enacting RFRA Congress was enforcing a right with firm roots in constitutional text and history."

    "No brief to our knowledge has been so widely endorsed by such a broad variety of religious and civil liberties organizations as we see in this case," declared AJCongress Executive Director Phil Baum. "The ability of these groups with often substantially differing agendas to work together so closely shows the overwhelming support for RFRA in this country and how the court decision overturning it flies in the face of the Constitution."

    The Coalition for the Free Exercise of Religion is remarkably broad.

    Among its members are:

    -- AJCongress, the U.S. Catholic Conference, Baptists, Southern Baptists, the Christian Legal Society, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations;

    -- Also the Church of the Brethren, Church of Scientology International, Episcopal Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Friends, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, Seventh-day Adventists, and the National Association of Evangelicals;

    -- Also the Rabbinical Council of America, National Council of Churches, Unitarian Universalist Association, Federation of Reconstructionist Congregations, United Church of Christ, the United Methodist Church, as well as Christian, Jewish and secular public policy organizations such as the American Civil Liberties Union and People For the American Way.

    -- Other religions organizations include those representing Muslims, the Guru Gobind Singh Foundation, and the National Sikh Center.

    The Coalition now fighting for the upholding of the Act was originally responsible for drafting it. On behalf of the Coalition, AJCongress filed over a dozen briefs around the country in support of the constitutionality of RFRA.

    Today's brief emphasizes Congress' power to enforce "the majestic, guarantees" of the Fourteenth Amendment.

    Taking a historic tour through some of the key Supreme Court decisions in American history, AJCongress' brief declares that the drafters of the Fourteenth Amendment, which became law following the Civil War, "consciously set about protecting the free exercise of religion."

    As a result, the brief argues, "In enacting RFRA, Congress was not creating a right out of whole cloth, or enforcing a right without foundation in the Fourteenth Amendment, one the Framers intended to exclude, or one inconsistent with the purpose of the Fourteenth Amendment. On the contrary," the Coalition argues, "RFRA was well within Congress' power to enforce the Fourteenth Amendment."

    The brief was prepared by Marc D. Stern, Co-Director of the Commission of Law and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress.

    Serving Of Counsel were the legal departments of the National Council of Churches, Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs, Christian Legal Society, Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, Home School Defense Association, American Jewish Committee, People For the American Way, American Civil Liberties Union, Liberty Counsel, and Agudath Israel of America.

    The case is expected to be heard this summer.

    A complete list of coalition members follows: COALITION FOR THE FREE EXERCISE OF RELIGION

    • Agudath Israel of America
    • American Association of Christian Schools
    • American Civil Liberties Union
    • American Conference on Religious Movements
    • American Humanist Association
    • American Jewish Committee
    • American Jewish Congress
    • American Muslim Council
    • Americans for Democratic Action
    • Americans for Religious Liberty
    • Americans United for Separation of Church and State
    • Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
    • Association of American Indian Affairs
    • Association of Christian Schools International
    • Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs
    • B'nai B'rith
    • Central Conference of American Rabbis
    • Christian Church - Capital Area
    • Christian Legal Society
    • Christian Life Commission, Southern Baptist Convention
    • Christian Science Committee on Publication
    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    • Church of the Brethren
    • Church of Scientology International
    • Coalition for Christian Colleges and Universities
    • Coalitions for America
    • Concerned Women for America
    • Council of Jewish Federations
    • Council on Religious Freedom
    • Criminal Justice Policy Foundation
    • Episcopal Church
    • Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
    • Federation of Reconstructionist Congregations and Havurot
    • Friends Committee on National Legislation
    • General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
    • Guru Gobind Singh Foundation
    • Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc.
    • Home School Legal Defense Association
    • Honorable Jerrold Nadler, M.C.
    • International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists
    • International Institute for Religious Freedom
    • Jesuit Social Ministries, National Office
    • Justice Fellowship
    • Liberty Counsel
    • Mennonite Central Committee U.S.
    • National Association of Evangelicals
    • National Council of Churches
    • National Council of Jewish Women
    • National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods
    • National Jewish Commission on Law and Public Affairs
    • National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council
    • National Sikh Center
    • Native American Church of North America
    • North American Council for Muslim Women
    • People For the American Way Action Fund
    • Rabbinical Council of America
    • Soka-Gakkai International - USA
    • Traditional Values Coalition
    • Union of American Hebrew Congregations
    • Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
    • Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
    • United Church of Christ, Office for Church in Society
    • United Methodist Church, Board of Church & Society
    • United States Catholic Conference
    • United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

    -0- 5/30/95/CONTACT: Stephen Steiner, Director of Communications of AJCongress, 212-360-1540/CO: AJCongress; Coalition for the Free Exercise of Religion ST: New York IN: SU: LEG - Copyright 1995 PR Newswire. All rights reserved

1995, Summer 

1995, 23.6.

1995, 7.7.

1995, 21.7.

1995, 31.7.

1995, August 

1995, 11.8.

1995, 12.8.

1995, 19.8.

1995, 22.8.

1995, 31.8.

1995, 5.9.

1995, 13.9.

1995, 15.9.

1995, 16.9.

1995, 19.9.

1995, 20.9.

1995, 22.9.

1995, October

1995, November 

1995, 18.11.

1995, 2.12.

1995, 5.12.

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