Who’s Who In Scientology [Part 1 of 2] By Martin Hunt

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References used

Zegel1. 1982. Tape transcript. (Note: very bad spelling of the names in all the Jon Zegel tape transcripts used. Transcripts from Homer Wilson Smith post to ars.)

Zegel2. 1984. Tape transcript.

Zegel3. 1984. Tape transcript.

Lamont. 1986. Book Religion Inc. by Stewart Lamont. Harrap, London. ISBN: 0-245-54334-1.

LegalA. April 25, 1996. Case No. C 332 027, Plaintiff’s reply to defendant’s opposition to his renewed motion for the appointment of a receiver to enforce judgment; declarations of Craig Stein; points and authorities, Superior Court of the State of California, Country of Los Angeles, Central District, Lawrence Dominick Wollersheim Plaintiff, vs Church of Scientology of California, Defendants.

LegalB. May 20, 1996. A documentation of Martin Ottmann, c/o EZW H&oouml;lderlinplatz 2 A 70193 Stuttgart, Germany: The Religious Technology Center (RTC) and the crossing of corporate lines. Ottmann previously filed a declaration as a witness for the case before the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County Los Angeles, known as Uwe Geertz and Steven Fishman vs. Church of Scientology International et al., Case No. BC 122 467, that mainly consisted of first hand experiences with Scientology and the Sea Organization.

FAQ1. June 17th, 1996. Celebrities in scientology FAQ by Tilman Hausherr. Archive-name: scientology/celebrities. Email: tilman@berlin.snafu.de Web page: http:// http://www.snafu.de/~tilman/ Web address for FAQ: http://www.snafu.de/~tilman/faq-you/celeb.txt FAQ names included from the main body down to the unclassified section.

P1, Jun 26, 1996. Post by Don Krieger, (dkrieger@light.lightlink.com), Subject: CAN closes doors. Release: Cult Awareness Network Files Chapter Seven Bankruptcy/Ceases Operations

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Elliot Abelson. Scientology lawyer in opposition to motion in Wollersheim case who declared that CSC was forced, essentially against its will, to litigate the case and, in essence, was thus rendered penniless because of Mr. Wollersheim’s tenacity, unreasonableness and refusal to settle. (Abelson decl. 6 6). In an opposition brief he and CSC falsely contends that in 1990 Wollersheim passed up $4 million and then $6 million dollar offers. The truth is that these offers were made in 1987 when Mr. Wollersheim’s judgment stood at $30 million. The decision of the Court of Appeal reducing the judgment from 30 million to 2.5 million was not rendered until 1989. He falsely stated that Stein had refused to participate in settlement discussions in one of Scientology’s lawsuits filed against Wollersheim in Colorado; Stein has participated in 12 hours of discussions via telephone conference, as Wollersheim could not afford him to attend in person. – LegalA.

R.L. Addison. From Carson Investigations, Vancouver BC; did an examination of the last two Ron’s Journals tapes for an independent Scientology group that was published in their Phoenix Journal. Addison declared that a voice-print has been done and the results prove that LRH was not the speaker on the last two Ron’s Journals. – Lamont.

Joseph Alesi. Scientologist who posed as a reporter and set Mayor Cazares up with Sharon Thomas in a covert op in March 1976. – Lamont.

Kirstie Alley. Actress in Scientology since 1979, Patron, New OT5, Freedom Medal international spokesperson for Narconon International. – FAQ1.

Amanda Ambrose. Scientologist singer. – FAQ1.

Brian Anderson. CMO executive who told Bruce Bishop, Los Angeles designer that the tech is senior to the law and senior to the Bill of Rights. – Lamont.

Kevin Anderson, QC. Wrote a scathing report on Scientology in Australia. – Lamont.

Brian Andrus. Guardian whom Mike Meisner wrote a letter which stated that he was lying low for a couple of weeks while he was really on his way to Washington to turn himself in. – Lamont.

Ken Annakin. Director who was slated to make two movies based on Battlefield Earth. – Lamont.

George J. Annas, J.D. Chairman of the Complaints Committee of the Massachusetts Medical Board replying to allegations that Dr Clark had diagnosed a Hare Krishna devotee, Edward Shapiro, simply on the basis of his membership of the cult. The board took no further action. – Lamont.

Mary Appleby. The secretary of the NAMH, the National Association for Mental Health who was suspected by the paranoid Hubbard of being the “central handler” for the Tenyaka Memorial organization. “It is she who writes and phones her contacts to start attacks on Scientology” said Hubbard, and he went on to suggest that these attacks were the work of a Nazi network of drug companies, banks and psychiatrists, aimed at conquering the world. – Lamont.

Anne Archer. Scientology actress, Clear, Key to Life International spokesperson for “Applied Scholastics”. – FAQ1.

Gerry Armstrong. Accused by the Church of stealing thousands of documents and invading the privacy of LRH and Mary Sue. Appointed by LRH as his biography researcher in January of 1980, and he worked almost two years on that, amassing tens of thousands of documents. – Zegel 3. He is Heber Jentzsch’s step-son. Gerry Armstrong was the client of Michael Flynn and formerly a Hubbard aide assigned to shred a mountain of documents relating to Hubbard after an FBI threat. He kept back many of these documents to assist in the biography which Omar Garrison was commissioned to write. He discovered that many of the documents did not verify claims being made by the Church of Scientology about Hubbard’s achievements, and Armstrong soon became disaffected. He left Scientology, taking many documents with him which he claimed would help to vindicate him and defend himself against attacks from the Church of Scientology. The Church sued for the return of these documents, accusing Armstrong of theft and invasion of privacy. Judge Paul Breckenridge could not pass up the opportunity to comment on the irony of Mary Sue’s complaining about invasion of privacy when she had, as Guardian supremo, been responsible for invading the privacy of others. The judge ruled that Armstrong had been justified in retaining the documents and awarded costs against the Church of Scientology. – Lamont.

Jocelyn Armstrong. Wife of Gerry Armstrong in 1984. – Zegel 3. Jon Atack. An archivist of Scientology and an antagonist from the independent movement, responsible for the Reconnection newsletter for disaffected Scientologists. Wrote in October 1984 that he spoke with a man who was a senior executive in the UK in 1981 who told him that 5,500 British residents had taken an HQS or above or received paid auditing since records were started in the fifties. For non-residents, the total training and processing from 1959-68 was 16,000, and the total central file figure for the UK was 57,000. – Lamont.

John Axel. Watch Dog committee member for SMI, Scientology Missions International pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Vicki Aznaran. Commander at the event on 21 October 1984 in Clearwater when the Mission holders came together to be addressed by the the RTC. Aznaran is Texan, and she was the only one who mentioned LRH. – Lamont.

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Barliett. Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Illinois, approved motion for CAN to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. – P1.

Roger Barnes. The ED of Scientology Missions International pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2. With SMI – Zegel 3.

Morag Bellmaine. Went with Ron Lawley and Robin Scott to the Copenhagen Advanced Organization for Europe and Africa (AOSH EU & AF) at number 6 Jernbanegade, dressed as an SO missionaire, and asked for the secret NOTs levels, which she was given. – Lamont.

Candice Bergen. Former Scientologist actress. – FAQ1.

“Betty”, Sara Northrup (Hubbard), Hubbard’s second wife. (See Sara Elizabeth Hubbard.)

Bruce Bishop. Los Angeles designer and former Scientologist. Became Disillusioned when he attended a meeting in which CMO Executive Brian Anderson stated that the tech is senior to the law and senior to the Bill of Rights. – Lamont.

Karen Black. Actress in the mini-hall of fame at the Celebrity Center in Los Angeles (the Chateau Elycee). – Lamont. Karen Blanche Ziegler, Scientologist actress. – FAQ1.

“Black Lightning”, an alias for Ted Patrick, a deprogrammer. – Lamont.

Linda Blair. Former Scientologist actress. – FAQ1.

Bligh. Iron-fisted Captain of the Bounty which suffered a mutiny in the Pacific; likened to Hubbard on his ship in Religion Inc. – Lamont.

William E. Bonerly. Clerk in the probate case brought by Ronald DeWolf in November 1982 in Riverside, California. – Lamont.

Sonny Bono. Singer, actor, republican rep., pizza delivery man in congress, member of the House Subcommittee on Courts and Intellectual Property introduced to Scientology by Mimi Rogers, and took some courses. Congressman (R), Palm Springs Mayor, Cher’s ex-husband. – FAQ1.

Leonard Boudin. Church of Scientology attorney that told George Hart Jr., DC District Court Judge, that he had been the target of an illegal operation, to dig up dirt on him, effectively forcing him to admit, “I was afraid a jury would be prejudiced against the defendants because of their alleged threats against me.” George Hart then recused himself. – Lamont.

Timothy Bowles. CAN has filed a petition to the Illinois Supreme Court asking the high court to review a case dismissed by the Circuit Court of Cook County which names him and his partner Kendrick Moxon, and the Church of Scientology International as defendants for bringing multiple cases in an attempt to destroy CAN financially with litigation. The Chicago firm of Mayer, Brown & Platt are representing CAN pro bono in that matter. – P1.

William L. Bowman. Forensic Document Examiner who authenticated Hubbard’s declaration in the probate case brought by Ronald DeWolf in November 1982 in Riverside, California. – Lamont.

Tom Bradley. Los Angeles mayor who had his IRS files and that of his wife’s stolen by Scientology agent “Silver” in 1976. – Lamont.

Paul G. Breckenridge Jr.. Judge who heard Armstrong case in 1984. – Zegel 3. Judge Paul Breckenridge, presided over the Armstrong case, commented on the irony of Mary Sue’s complaining about invasion of privacy when she had, as Guardian supremo, been responsible for invading the privacy of others. The judge ruled that Armstrong had been justified in retaining the documents about Hubbard and awarded costs against the Church of Scientology. In his summing-up dated 20 June 1984, Judge Breckenridge said: “In addition to violating and abusing its own members’ civil rights, the organization [the Church of Scientology] over the years with its Fair Game doctrine has harassed and abused those persons not in the church whom it perceives as enemies. The organization clearly is schizophrenic and paranoid, and this bizarre combination seems to be a reflection of the founder, LRH. The evidence portrays a man who has been a pathological liar when it comes to his history, background and achievements. The writings and documents in evidence additionally reflect his egoism, greed, avarice, lust for power, and vindictiveness and aggressiveness against persons perceived by him to be disloyal or hostile.” – Lamont.

John Brodie. Football player in Scientology from 1970-1982, went up to OT7; quarterback for the SFO 49ers. – FAQ1.

Annie Broeker. Ron selected her from his staff to be his full time aide or personal associate. – Zegel 1.

Pat Broeker. Ron selected him from his staff to be his full time aide or personal associate. – Zegel 1.

Trudy Broeker. Second wife of Pat Broeker. – Zegel 2.

Bruce Broillet. Lawrence Dominick Wollersheim’s counsel in 1987 prior to Craig J. Stein. – LegalA.

John Brooks. radio KFBW personality who reported on harassment by Scientology. – Zegel 3. Edmund Brown. California Governor who had his IRS files stolen by Scientology agent “Silver” in 1976. – Lamont.

Kevin Brown. Director of Public Affairs in New York from about 1978. – Lamont.

Julian Browne. Colour Magazine. – Lamont.

Darius Brubeck. Scientologist musician, OT2 or higher. – FAQ1.

Dr. Steve Bruce. Department of Sociology at Queen’s University, Belfast. – Lamont.

Allen Buchanan. Deputy Executive Director International pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2. Morris (Mo) Budlong. Agent Dick Weigand’s boss in Scientology, Jane Kember’s deputy in the GO who fled to England after the Snow White indictments in 1977. – Lamont.

Tonja Burden. Filed a $16 million suit in April 1980 alleging that she was used as slave labour by Hubbard in the CMO and was kidnapped after she escaped. This was the case which forced Hubbard to go into hiding from Gilman in 1980. The requested damages rose in 1985 to $45 million. – Lamont.

Wally Burgess. Australian Scientologist since 1954 who voyaged on the Apollo. – Lamont.

William Burroughs. Author of Naked Lunch, audited by John McMaster. – Lamont. Scientology Clear #1163 in the 60s, but later satirized the movement in several essays, which were collected in the book “Naked Scientology” [Expanded Media Editions 1985, Bonn, Germany, 3-88030-011-9]. – FAQ1.

June Byrne. Agent who had been undercover at the AMA, and was a plant at the Clearwater Sun newspaper office who sent daily reports to Scientology. – Lamont.

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Joe Caban. One of the principles in the OT committee; lives in Madrid. – Zegel 3.

Melissa Caban. John Caban’s wife. – Zegel 3.

David Campbell. Media producer for sound scores, actor. Scientology Patron, CL5, New OT5; wife Raven Kane Campbell also a member, also CL5 & New OT5. – FAQ1.

John W. Campbell. Editor of Astounding Science Fiction, which Hubbard had contributed an article on Dianetics in 1948. Joined the Board of Directors of the Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation in 1950. – Lamont. He was In the Hubbard Dianetics Foundation until 1951. Dianetics was first published in his magazine. – FAQ1.

Raven Kane Campbell. Scientologist and wife of David Campbell. – FAQ1.

Diana Canova. Actress; former Scientologist. – FAQ1.

Nancy Cartwright. Scientology actress, voice of Bart Simpson. New OT IV, Key to Life, Life Orientation, represents “The Way to Happiness”. – FAQ1.

Sharon Case. Scientology actress in daytime soaps like “Days of our lives”, “The young and the restless”, “General Hospital”. – FAQ1

Gabriel Cazares. Former Mayor of Clearwater, Florida, and target of Scientology Fair game tactics. – Lamont.

Kate Ceberano. Scientologist jazz singer; her husband Lee Rogers and mother Cherie are also in the cult. – FAQ1

Neville Chamberlain. has a Scientology practice in West Hampstead, and is declared a Suppressive Person. He claims the RTC hired a a double for LRH, a man called Ellis. Chamberlain was an original Sea Org member. He was a front man touring the world and promoting the tech. He set up the first centre in Scotland. He said he used to wear a dog-collar, but that it was a joke and a means of tax avoidance. – Lamont.

Jeff Chervel. RTC staff. – Zegel 3.

Chodos. Scientology attorney that Craig J. Stein, Lawrence Dominick Wollersheim’s attorney, had settlement discussions with. Chodos in a declaration relates Scientology’s willingness to allow additional documents to be reviewed, but what documents belonging to who remains a major issue, according to Craig J. Stein. Stein continues: It is true I spent approximately 2.5 hours on April 17, 1996 reviewing documents at Mr. Chodos’ office. This is after my being involved in the case for nearly 18 months. Unfortunately those documents demonstrated nothing. The only “document” that could readily be identified as belonging to any entity was a checkbook. Remarkably the account holder of this checkbook was not CSC. Rather the checkbook was in the name of the Church of Scientology International (“CSI”). For this and other intransigent behavior, Stein wanted a court-appointed receiver to take over the Wollersheim collection against the cult. Mr. Chodos said that the IRS was constantly closing CSC checking account, and that this was the reason for the shuffling, but he provided Mr. Stein with no evidence of this. Since his involvement in the Wollersheim case, Scientology has been more forthcoming. Approximately $38,000 was paid into court from money stashed in Luxembourg. This de minimis payment comes 10 years after the judgment was entered. The interest on Mr. Wollersheim’s judgment is in excess of $1,200 per day. The amount paid over is equivalent to approximately one month of interest. – LegalA.

Julie Christofferson. Brought a case in 1977 in Portland, Oregon, who since that date has married and is known as Julie Christofferson Titchbourne. She was seventeen when she first took Scientology courses for nine months between 1975-6, during which time she completed a basic course and started another one, and paid $3202 for books and materials. She left Scientology and was, with parental help, subsequently deprogrammed. This led her to claim damages against the Church of Scientology because it had made fraudulent claims that it would improve her eyesight and raise her intelligence. The case seemed to set a precedent in that claims made by religious organizations could be considered subject to laws governing consumer goods. At first the lawsuit asked for $30,000 but this soon grew and Julie was awarded $2 million in damages in 1979. The Church of Scientology successfully appealed, and a re-trial was ordered. In 1983 Mrs Titchbourne made her eighth change in the damages sought; she asked for $43 million. The trial proceeded with attorney Garry McMurry representing her, and Earle Cooley for the Church of Scientology of California. Julie had added a request for damages against Hubbard himself to her suit. The testimony was of a general nature relating to Hubbard, the RPF, the culling of pc folders and other examples of Church of Scientology misconduct. On Friday, 17 May 1985 the jury announced its verdict: $39 million damages, of which $20 million were awarded against Hubbard personally. This led to thousands of Scientologists assembling in Oregon to protest the decision. John Travolta flew into Oregon in his Lear jet to join in the protest, and Chick Corea cancelled a concert to attend. Judge Londer granted a mistrial on the grounds that McMurry’s closing speech was improper and prejudicial for mentioning the RPF and culling of folders for assessment of damages, and that his remarks that the jury could determine which Scientology courses were secular and which were religious amounted to a directed verdict. – Lamont. (Also, Julie Christofferson Titchbourne.)

John Spencer Churchill. Artist who painted the Monkey Room at Saint Hill. – Lamont.

Cathy Clark. Dr John Clark’s daughter. – Lamont.

Eleanor Clark. Dr John Clark’s wife. – Lamont.

Dr. John G. Clark, Jr., M.D. Private psychiatric practitioner and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School, Boston. Active in many of the key lawsuits against the Church of Scientology and gave expert psychiatric evidence at the Justice Latey hearing in England in 1984 which resulted in the judge attacking Scientology publicly. Dr Clark is also one of the moving spirits behind the American Family Foundation, an anti-cult organization which is based in nearby Riverside, Mass., and which exists as a charity to disseminate information on cults and assist families with members involved in them. Had an article he wrote submitted to the American Atheist magazine, May 1977, by Scientology…which then proceeded to use the connection as criticism of Dr Clark. Clark has been the target of extensive Fair Game tactics. – Lamont.

Peter Clarke. Centre for New Religious Movements at King’s College, London. – Lamont.

Stanley Clarke. In the mini-hall of fame at the Celebrity Center in Los Angeles (the Chateau Elycee). – Lamont. Former Scientologist and jazz bassist; friend of Chick Corea. – FAQ1

John “Bhopal” Coale. Partner with Scientologist Greta van Susteren in Coale, Allen and Van Susteren. – FAQ1.

Tom Coat. Assistant City Editor at the Clearwater Sun who was turned in while taking a Scientology course at the Tampa mission under cover as a freelance photographer by infiltrated agent June Byrne. – Lamont.

Barbara Code. Keith Code’s ex-wife, was a “Communicator” (secretary) to Deputy Guardian United States, Henning Heldt (one of the convicted 11), during the time he committed his crimes. – FAQ1.

Keith Code. Motorcycle racer and trainer at California Superbike School. In Scientology since the late 60ies, Patron, freedom medal; his ex-wife, Barbara Code, was “Communicator” (secretary) to Deputy Guardian United States, Henning Heldt (one of the convicted 11), during the time he committed his crimes. – FAQ1.

Leonard Cohen. Songwriter, poet; fomer Scientologist. – FAQ1.

Dr. Lee Coleman. A “rebel psychiatrist” who saw dangers from his own profession and practices in Berkeley, CA. Wrote a booklet called Psychiatry the Faithbreaker, that is circulated and commended by Scientology. – Lamont.

Earle Cooley. Scientology member and lawyer, Chief Counsel for the Church of Scientology. Attorney for the Church of Scientology of California in the Julie Christofferson [Titchbourne] case. – Lamont.

Paulette Cooper. Journalist and author of The Scandal of Scientology written in 1971 who was targetted by Operation Freakout by Scientology. She was framed with making bomb threats for which she was arrested and indicted on three counts, and faced up to fifteen years in jail if convicted. She was one of the chief enemies of Scientology and was high in the damages stakes with a suit for $55 million when Flynn became her attorney. In 1982 she participated as one of his star witnesses in the Clearwater hearings. Flynn, she now says, persuaded her that she should name Hubbard in her suit since he would not appear and therefore she would win by default or because the Church of Scientology would pay up rather than produce Hubbard. But in a reconciliation with her in 1985 the Church of Scientology announced that it had settled all cases for and against Ms Cooper and brandished an affidavit in which she says Flynn misled her into thinking Hubbard was still in charge of the Church of Scientology and had used her in a strategic campaign. – Lamont.

Anna Corea. Scientologist and mother of Chick Corea. – FAQ1.

Chick Corea. Jazz pianist in the mini-hall of fame at the Celebrity Center in Los Angeles (the Chateau Elycee). – Lamont. He entered in 1968, New OT8, Patron with honor, Freedom Medal. His wife Gayle Moran is also involved, as well as his mother Anna Corea. – FAQ1.

Bent Corydon. With associates, founded the Church of Scio Logos. – Zegel 1. (author of L. Ron Hubbard, Madman or Messiah?) Riverside mission holder. – Zegel 3. Riverside mission holder who had his $2 million reserves taken away after the Mission Holders’ Conference in 1982. – Lamont.

Thomas Crate. IRS auditor whose office was broken into by “Silver” and GO agent Mike Meisner, and who had tax records of LRH and MSH which were photocopied. – Lamont.

Heath Douglas Creer. Scientologist who wrote disconnection letter to his parents, J. Roscoe Creer and Isabel Hodge Creer. – Lamont.

Dr E. Cunningham Crax. Chairman of Victoria’s Mental Health Authority, who gave evidence to the Board of Inquiry for the Anderson Report that Hubbard was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia. – Lamont.

Raven de la Croix. Actress, stripper, former Scientologist. – FAQ1.

Cathy Lee Crosby. In the mini-hall of fame at the Celebrity Center in Los Angeles (the Chateau Elycee). – Lamont. Cathy Lee Crosby, actress and former Scientologist. – FAQ1.

Aleister Crowley. In 1946 Hubbard was following his brand of black magic, the Ordo Templi Orientis (Order of the Oriental Temple). – Lamont.

Tom Cruise. Actor, got in the cult after marrying Mimi Rogers; at least OT3. – FAQ1.

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Olivia D’Abo. Actress, went to Apple school, former Scientologist. Played Kevin’s sister in “The wonder years”. – FAQ1.

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Eddie Deezen. Scientologist actor; sponsor, CL3 auditor or higher. – FAQ1.

Richard Delgrado. Author of Religious Totalism: Gentle and Ungentle Persuasion under the First Amendment, Southern California Law Review, November 1977. – Lamont.

Xavier Deluc. Scientologist actor, Clear, L 11 & 12 rundown, Patron with Honors. Sued and lost again UNADFI (french cult info org) in 1994. – FAQ1.

Bruce De’Medici. Chapter 7 Trustee for Debtor Cult Awareness Network, Inc. 834 N. Forest Avenue, Oak Park, IL 60302. – P1.

Dr. Gene Denk. LRH’s physician in 1977 while LRH was critically ill. – Zegel 2.

Brackett Denniston. Assistant US Attorney mentioned to agent “Joey” by Gerry Armstrong. According to Freedom, he was “assigned” to investigate an attempt by Boston lawyer Michael Flynn to pass a two million dollar forged cheque on an account of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. – Lamont.

Diana Meredith de Wolfe. LRH’s 4th child, born on September 24th, 1952 by Mary Sue Hubbard, LRH’s 3rd wife, nee Mary Sue Whipp. – Miller. (see Diana Hubbard).

Ronald DeWolf. LRH’s first child. (See Lafayette Ronald Hubbard Junior, Ronald hubbard Junior, “Nibs”.)

Jim Dincalci. Shared an apartment with LRH and Paul Preston in Queens, New York, using the assumed name “Frank Morris”. – Zegel 2. Hubbard’s medical officer. – Lamont.

Nathan Dodell. An old Church of Scientology foe whose personal file “Silver” and Mike Meisener, GO agents, were after in order to devise an operation to remove him as Assistant US Attorney for the District of Columbia. – Lamont.

Senator Robert Dole. Sponsored an informal Senate hearing in 1979 at which Ted Patrick and Dr John Clark sat beside each other due to seat allocations. The Scientologists use a photo of Ted with Dr Clark as “evidence” that Clark is a deprogrammer. – Lamont.

Maria Domingo. Listed in cult magazine along with and Marilu Domingo and Placido Domingo, Jr. – FAQ1.

Marilu Domingo. Listed in cult magazine along with and Maria Domingo and Placido Domingo, Jr. – FAQ1.

Placido Domingo, Jr.. Placido Domingo’s son, songwriter and Scientologist. Clear, Sunshine Rundown, Method One Word Clearing, Grade 0-4, Past Life Remedy, New Era Dianetics Drug Rundown, Marriage Counseling. – FAQ1.

Jim Douglas. Scientologist at the Los Angeles HQ whom Mike Meisner phoned when he escaped his GO guards the first time. – Lamont.

Kima Douglas. Shared an apartment in Washington DC with LRH, Mike Douglas and Jim Dincalci for 5-6 months. – Zegel 2. She was Hubbard’s personal medical officer until she left Scientology in 1980, testified that she had helped establish fourteen or fifteen foundations, including the RRF, and had couriered “hundreds of thousands of dollars out of the United States” in violation of Federal laws requiring cash amounts of over $5,000 to be disclosed to customs officials. She testified at the Armstrong case that Hubbard nearly died in 1978 when David Mayo came to Gilman to administer to him. – Lamont.

Mike Douglas. Shared an apartment in Washington DC with LRH, Kima Douglas and Jim Dincalci for 5-6 months. – Zegel 2.

Tom Driberg. A notorious homosexual British politician Hubbard supposedly taught hypnosis to so that he could seduce boys. – Lamont.

Lord Justice Dunn. With Lord Justice Purchas, presided over an Appeal Court hearing in September 1984 concerning the child custody case that Justice Latey had presided over. He upheld Justice Latey in every single respect. – Lamont.

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John Eastment. Flag Class XII auditor in 1986. – Lamont.

Link Eastment. CO of FOLO West US 1982. – Zegel 3. Ellis. A man hired as a double for LRH, according to Neville Chamberlain, that used to pop up in places in California until the end of 1984. – Lamont.

Ron Ely. Actor; possibly a Scientologist (someone saw his pc folders at ASHO.) – FAQ1.

Emilio Estevez. Former Scientologist and actor. – FAQ1.

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Michael Fairman. Scientologist and actor, sponsor of the IAS. – FAQ1.

Lynn Farney. A “reverend” in the “church” of Scientology whose transcripts of testimony were entered as exhibits along with Wollersheim’s public statements into the Wollersheim collection case under Craig Stein. Reverend Farney posted some statements about Mr. Wollersheim on the Internet. Among those statements he wrote that Mr. Wollersheim, while attending his military draft related physical examination, smeared peanut butter in his underwear, ate the peanut butter and ran screaming through the facility to feign mental illness. Perhaps more troubling is whether Mr. Farney’s statements stem from confidential revelations made by Mr. Wollersheim during his years as a member of this “church”; If so, where does the “priest penitent” privilege lie in this litany? – LegalA.

Mario Feninger. Scientologist composer and concert pianist, in the cult since 1951, Class VIII auditor. Possibly the real-life counterpart of the “Antonio Ferraro” figure in Margery Wakefield’s auto-biographic book “The road to Xenu”. – FAQ1.

Fern. Lady from whom Hubbard contracted gonnorhea in the 1940s. – Lamont.

Oliver Field. AMA’s Bureau of Investigation, quoted by Garrison writing to an Ohio scientist opposed to Hubbard about the E-Meter. – Lamont.

Paul Figley. Attorney for the Justice Department who dealt with Freedom of Information Act cases who had a planted GO agent Sharon Thomas as a secretary, who sent photocopies of correspondence and other material up the lines to her GO bosses. – Lamont.

Janet Finn. Dick Weigand’s secretary who cut GO agent Meisner’s hair and disguised him to hide from the FBI. – Lamont.

Dr. Morris Fishbein. Widely quoted in 1950 when he called Dianetics yet another ‘mind-healing cult’. – Lamont.

R. Flores. Deputy in the probate case brought by Ronald DeWolf in November 1982 in Riverside, California. – Lamont.

Michael Flynn. Boston attorney and anti-Scientologist. Gerry Armstrong, Lavenda van Schaick and Paulette Cooper were among his clients. – Lamont.

“John Foster”. Alias Mike Meisner used to forge IRS ID cards with. – Lamont.

Sir John Foster. Wrote a report on Scientology for Parliament in 1970. – Lamont.

Bill Franks. Church enemy that David Mayo was rumoured to be plotting with to take over Scientology with Allen Walters. – Zegel 1.

Amy Frith. Filed a lawsuit against Wellspring, a cult recovery facility, through Greta van Susteren and John “Bhopal” Coale’s unscrupulous lawfirm Coale, Allen and Van Susteren. – FAQ1.

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David Gaiman. Deputy Guardian PR W/W who ordered the planting of false information in US Security Agency computers “to hold up American security to ridicule.” – Lamont. A high co$ official (GO, from 66-83) and is currently active in Russia. David was an SP for a time, and his son, Neil Gaiman, is a declared SP. – FAQ1.

Neil Gaiman. Writer (sandman comics), former Scientologist. Declared SP in 1983. He was a Class VIII auditor, and ran the Birmingham org for a while. Son of David Gaiman. He was a case supervisor at the G.O. at the time of the CMO takeover of the G.O. and the transition to RTC/ OSA. – FAQ1.

Terri Gamboa. Part of the All Clear Project in 1981. – Zegel 2. She was a member of the All Clear Unit, with David Miscavige, Lois Riesdorf, Gale Irwin, Norman Starkey and Diane Voegerding. She was also, along with David Mayo, David Miscavige, Lyman Spurlock, Norman Starkey, Julia Watson and Phoebe Maurer, an initial trustee of RTC. – Lamont.

Omar Garrison. Author who received documents from Gerry Armstrong to write an official biography on Hubbard. – Zegel 3.

Judge W. Arthur Garrity Jr. Judge that was accused of libelling the Church and its members by Harvey Silverglate in the case of Lavenda van Schaick. – Lamont.

Mike Garside. Director of Public Affairs of Scientology in the UK. – Zegel 3. Public Affairs Director at Saint Hill. – Lamont.

Peers Gartstrom. CO of the Madrid Org. – Zegel 3.

Josele Garza. Scientologist and racing driver (from Mexico). Patron, New OT5, his mother Nadina is New OT7 and CL4. – FAQ1.

Gloria Gaynor. Former Scientologist and disco queen singer “I will survive”. – FAQ1.

Emil Gilbert. Commanding Officer for FOLO of Canada pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Julie Gilespie. Staff of the Senior CS International’s Office pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Peter Glass. Scientologist who tricked Robin Scott into going to Copenhagen and got him arrested for stealing NOTs. – Zegel 3.

Kerry Gleason. Executive Director International pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Marshall Goldblatt. An English property dealer who had taken many of the Scientology auditing courses. – Lamont.

Ford Greene. State Bar # 107601, attorney in the Wollersheim case in April, 1996. 711 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, San Anselmo, CA 94960-1949. – LegalA. Mr. Greene made a motion for a deposition of the head of RTC, David Miscavige. – LegalB.

Kathy Gregg. Scientologist who outlined the twelve steps for a “strike” (gathering information on a covert basis) in a memo in 1971. – Lamont.

Jay Griffin. SMI Justice Chief at Flag in 1982. – Zegel 3.

Margaret Louise Grubb. Also know as “Polly”, Hubbard’s first wife and mother of Hubbard’s first child, Lafayette Ronald Hubbard Junior, at 2lb 2oz, known as “Nibs”, on 7 May 1934. – Miller. Margaret Hubbard died an alcoholic in 1963. – Lamont. (See Margaret Louise Hubbard.)

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Paul Haggis. Scientologist screenwriter, story editor, TV producer. Lifetime member on the Honor Roll and executive producer of “The Facts of Life”. – FAQ1.

Dick Halpern. Developed the TR’s in Washington D.C. – Zegel 3.

Jan Halpern. Developed the TR’s in Washington D.C. – Zegel 3.

Richard Halpern. New Yorker who was mentioned in letters which Hubbard wrote to the FBI in March 1951 tipping them off about alleged Communist infiltrators within the Dianetics movement. – Lamont.

Christine Hansen. FBI Special Agent who caught “Silver” and Mike Meisner. – Lamont.

Fred Hare. Lived with LRH at the La Quinta, California, Hacienda and hide away called “Rifle.” – Zegel 2.

James Harris. Attorney that submitted a declaration in the Wollersheim case which Stein subjected to separately and contemporaneously filed evidentiary objections and a motion to strike, as it dealt with CSI, not CSC. Appended to Mr. Harris’ declaration were copies of two purported letters from the Internal Revenue Service and one from the California Franchise Tax Board. These documents related solely and only to CSI, not CSC. The documents do not even mention CSC, which was specifically found after years of litigation to be subject to income taxes and thus not tax exempt. See Church of Scientology of California v. Commissioner, (1987) 823 F.2d 1310. – LegalA.

“Lawrence Harris”. Hubbard’s assumed name while hiding in February 1973 in an apartment on Codwise Place in Queens, New York, with Jim Dincalci using the name “Frank Morris”, and Paul Preston using the name “Don Shannon”. – Zegel 2.

George Hart Jr.. DC District Court Judge who, back in 1976 in connection with one of the many Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) suits filed by the Church of Scientology, had proposed that a deposition be taken from Hubbard. This led Scientology to think the Government were after LRH, which sparked off Operation Snow White and clandestine operations against all judges involved in FOIA suits and all DC District judges, designed to dig the dirt on their backgrounds and look for possible “buttons” which might be used to obtain recusal motions which would force the judge to back down from the case if Scientology thought it was not going well. Hart was the first victim of this recusal strategy. – Lamont.

Dell Hartwell. Makeup assistant in the film unit who had followed her daughter into Scientology, and worked on the film called “The Unfathomable Man”; her husband was in Scientology as well. – Lamont.

Martin von Haselberg. Commodities trader, performance artist and Bette Midler’s husband. Scientologist who did TRs with Jon Atack in 1976 at Saint Hill. – FAQ1.

Richard Haworth. Director of Public Affairs at Flag HQ in Clearwater, Florida in September 1984. Public Affairs Director at Flag and former lawyer. – Lamont.

Isaac Hayes. Composer, musician, actor. Got into Scientology through Reverend Alfreddie Johnson, and plans to train up to Class VIII. Spokesman for “World Literacy Crusade”, a front group which promotes scientology’s “Study Technology”, Freedom Medal. Won an Oscar for “Theme from Shaft”. – FAQ1.

Amy Heckerling. Scientologist and director of Look who’s talking 1 & 2. – FAQ1.

Henning Heldt. Deputy Guardian (US), one of the eleven Guardians indicted for the Snow White Operation in 1977, along with Mary Sue Hubbard, Sharon Thomas, Duke Snider and Gerald Bennett Wolfe (alias “Silver”). – Lamont.

Lawrence (Larry) E. Heller. Church Attorney who said that trademarks are owned in perpetuity by L. Ron Hubbard and are Licensed to the Religious Technology Center; his remarks were altered in the transcript to make it look like Hubbard had given control to RTC. – Zegel 3. Church of Scientology attorney at the Mission Holders’ Conference in 1982. – Lamont. Scientology lawyer in the Wollersheim case. – LegalA.

Gottfried Helnwein. Scientologist and graphic artist, Class 4, Patron, now probably out. – FAQ1. Scientologist poster artist who had exhibition at Flag. – Lamont.

Judge J. David Hennigan. Judge of the Superior Court in the probate case brought by Ronald DeWolf, case number 47150, in November 1982 in Riverside, California asking his father, LRH, be declared dead or mentally incompetent. – Lamont.

Phillipe de Henning. Scientologist and racing driver, fashion designer. New OT5, IAS lifetime member, IAS sponsor, Freedom Medal; won “24 heures du Mans” in its own class, with the “Dianetique” car. – FAQ1.

Silvie Herman. A staff member from Munich. – Zegel 3.

Andrew Hewson. Lamont’s agent. – Lamont. Tony Hitchman. A South African broadcaster who did a film interview with Hubbard in the sixties at Saint Hill. – Lamont.

Ken Hoden. He was in charge of the Office of Special Affairs in Los Angeles. He interrogated Lamont in 1984 after Lamont contacted “squirrels” and got some materials from them; he then took the materials, and refused to return them despite repeated requests. – Lamont.

Sarah Hogge. Author of a study undertaken within the Religious Studies Department at Lancaster University who underwent the CCH course as a non- Scientologist with bad results. – Lamont.

Kevin Holland. Reader’s Digest. – Lamont. Nicky Hopkins. Session keyboard man with the Rolling Stones, who gave Narconon the credit for his rehabilitation from drugs. – Lamont.

Jack Horner. Created the concept of repetitive questioning. – Zegel 3.

Jay Horowitz. OEC FEBC Supervisor at Flag pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Alexis Valerie Hubbard. LRH’s 3rd child, born on 8th day of March, 1950, by Sara Elizabeth Northrup, “Betty.” The marriage was bigamous since Hubbard was still legally married to “Polly”.

Arthur Ronald Conway Hubbard. LRH’s 7th and last child, born on June 6th, 1958 by Mary Sue Hubbard, his 3rd wife. – Miller. Arthur Hubbard, along with his wife, were personal servants to David Miscavige who lived at Gilman. – Lamont.

Catherine May Hubbard. Also called “Katie”, born in 1936, LRH’s second child by “Polly”, Margaret Louise Hubbard, nee Grubb, Hubbard’s first wife with whom he had two children, Catherine and LRH Jr., “Nibs.” – Miller.

Diana Hubbard. LRH’s eldest daughter by Mary Sue, occupied a senior position on the Apollo. – Lamont. Diana Meredith de Wolfe, LRH’s 4th child, born on September 24th, 1952 by Mary Sue Hubbard, LRH’s 3rd wife, nee Mary Sue Whipp. – Miller. (Also, Diana Meredith de Wolfe.)

Geoffrey Quentin McCaully Hubbard. Called Quentin, LRH’s 5th child, born on January 6th, 1954 by Mary Sue Hubbard.

Lafayette Ronald Hubbard. Also called LRH, Ron, the Commodore, the Admiral. – Miller. Used the name “Lawrence Harris”. – Zegel 2.

Lafayette Ronald Hubbard Junior. LRH’s first child, born on 7 May 1934 at 2lb 2oz, known as “Nibs”, to Margaret Louise Grubb, also know as “Polly.” – Miller. Ronald Hubbard Jr., nicknamed “Nibs”, later Ronald DeWolf; Hubbard’s first son. He broke with LRH in 1959. He was the Executive Secretary of the Church of Scientology. His wife persuaded him to quit the church in 1959 and he has been estranged From his father since that time. To avoid Church of Scientology harassment he changed his name to Ronald DeWolf in 1972. Brought Probate case no. 47150 against LRH in November 1982 in Riverside, California. – Lamont. (Also, Ronald Hubbard Junior, Ronald DeWolf, “Nibs”.)

Margaret Louise Hubbard nee Grubb. Also know as “Polly”, Hubbard’s first wife and mother of Hubbard’s first child, Lafayette Ronald Hubbard Junior, at 2lb 2oz, known as “Nibs”, on 7 May 1934. She bore Hubbard a second child, Catherine May Hubbard, also called “Katie”, born in 1936. – Miller. Margaret Hubbard died an alcoholic in 1963. – Lamont. (Also, Margaret Louise Grubb, “Polly”.)

Mary Sue Hubbard. Head of the Guardian’s Office. – Zegel 3. One of the eleven Guardians indicted for the Snow White Operation in 1977, along with Sharon Thomas, Henning Heldt, Duke Snider and Gerald Bennett Wolfe (alias “Silver”). Mary Sue Whipp, LRH’s third wife. – Lamont. (Also, Mary Sue Whipp.)

Mary Suzette Rochelle Suzette Hubbard. LRH’s 6th child, born on February 13th, 1955 by Mary Sue Hubbard.

Ronald Hubbard Junior. LRH’s first child. (See Lafayette Ronald Hubbard Junior, “Nibs”, Ronald DeWolf.)

Sara Elizabeth Hubbard. “Betty”, nee Northrup, Hubbard’s second wife whom Hubbard announced as a clear before she divorced him and made bitter accusations. She filed a divorce petition on 23 April 1951 in Los Angeles County Superior Court that charged Hubbard with bigamy and torture. In it she alleged that Hubbard presented himself as a bachelor when they married on 10 August 1946 in Chestertown Maryland, but that he was not divorced from his first wife, Margaret Grubb Hubbard, of Bremertown, Washington, until a year later. She claimed that Hubbard had conducted drug experiments on her and had counselled her to commit suicide as he feared a divorce would harm his reputation. Margaret Hubbard died an alcoholic in 1963 but Sara remarried and has slipped into obscurity. She supposedly signed a recantation on 11 June 1951, but it may have been authored by Hubbard himself, and contains the Hubbardism “enturbulating.” She was mentioned in letters which Hubbard wrote to the FBI in March 1951 tipping them off about alleged Communist infiltrators within the Dianetics movement. Hubbard wrote she “…Had been friendly with many Communists. Currently intimate with them but evidently under coercion. Drug addiction set in, Fall 1950. Nothing of this known to me until a few weeks ago. Separation papers being filed and divorce applied for.” – Lamont. She bore Hubbard one child, Alexis Valerie Hubbard, LRH’s 3rd child, born on 8th day of March, 1950. The marriage was bigamous since Hubbard was still legally married to “Polly”, Margaret Louise Hubbard, nee Grubb, Hubbard’s first wife. – Miller. (Also, Sara Elizabeth Northrup, “Betty”.)

Pat Hunter. The LRH Communicator International pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Benjamin Hyink. Of Hyink & Scannichio, Chtd. in Chicago at 312-782-8274. CAN’s bankruptcy attorney. – P1.

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James Ideman. U.S. District Court Judge who made a declaration used in the decision of the U.S. District Court in upholding the dismissal of Scientology’s case, and the Ideman declaration was affirmed approximately as an unpublished opinion. A copy of the Los Angeles Daily Journal April 18, 1996 has an article on the affirmance. – LegalA.

Gale Irwin. The Deputy Chairperson on the Watch Dog Committee in 1979. – Zegel 2. She was a member of the All Clear Unit, with David Miscavige, Diane Voegerding, Lois Riesdorf, Norman Starkey and Terri Gamboa. Gale Irwin was also a key figure in the Watchdog Committee. She was Diane Voegerding’s sister, and she took over Diane’s post as CO CMO. – Lamont.

Jim Isaacson. Man that LRH said attempted to sell a small gemstone in the summer of 1982 for him, according to the LRH declaration written in 1983 for the probate case brought in November 1982 in Riverside, California, by Ronald DeWolf against his father. – Lamont.

Mark Isham. Composer, see also http://www.isham.com. Scientologist, Clear, Patron, “L” Rundown, False Purpose Rundown. Oscar nomination for “A River Runs Through It”, grammy award winner. – FAQ1.

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Anton James. Scientologist who wrote the letter to Hubbard proclaiming that John McMaster had passed the Clear check. – Lamont.

Al Jarreau. Former Scientologist and singer, out since 1986. Did the “Moonlightning” theme song. – FAQ1.

Terry Jastrow. Scientologist and producer/director ABC sports; president of Jack Nicklaus Productions. Married to Anne Archer. – FAQ1.

“Reverend” Heber Jentzsch. President of the Church of Scientology International. – Lamont.

Karen Jentzsch. Heber’s second wife and a leading Scientologist. – Lamont. Yvonne Jentzsch. She had a charismatic personality and charmed many stars to enter Scientology; the Celebrity Center was her brain-child. She was the only person to have the distinction of a shrine/office to herself in any Church of Scientology org. Heber Jentzsch was her husband, a former actor, and he was appointed by the RTC to be titular President of the Church of Scientology, an office which holds no real power. – Lamont.

“Joey”. Code name for the Scientology agent who secretly video-taped a conversation in Griffith Park, Los Angeles on 7 November 1984 between Gerry Armstrong and himself, and who claimed to be asking his help in setting up a dissident group. – Lamont.

Jim Jones. The founder of a notorious cult whose followers committed mass suicide in Jonestown, Guyana in 1977. – Lamont.

Susan Jones. With Shirley Young, Lamont’s Guardian PR guide/chaperon in Los Angeles. – Lamont.

Jovachivech. Judge who presided over solicitations appeal in Clearwater, and found against Scientology that the ordinance on charitable organizations was constitutional in 1986. – Lamont.

Carolyn Judd. Scientologist. Writes and produces ads, New OT8, Key to Life. Won clio award for JEEP ad. – FAQ1.

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Judge Kakita. Dismissed yet another lawsuit filed by Scientology against Mr. Wollersheim. Judge Kakita based the dismissal and the award of Mr. Wollersheim’s legal fee’s upon the “SLAPP” statute. The Court of Appeal affirmed Kakita’s dismissal. – LegalA.

Kimberley Kates. Scientologist actress, Clear, Key to Life and Life Orientation Course, HQS. In “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure”. Her sister Wendy Lebel is also in the cult. – FAQ1.

Milton Katselas. Acting teacher, director, Scientologist. Introduced Kelly Preston and possibly Cass Warner; one of Hollywood’s most successful acting teachers, heads the Beverly Hills Playhouse. – FAQ1.

Mayor (Mrs) Kathy Kelly. Mayor of Clearwater, Florida after Cazares. – Lamont.

Jane Kember. Guardian World Wide of the GO unseated by the CMO. – Zegel 2. Head of the GO Worldwide, who fled to England with her deputy, Mo Budlong after the Snow White indictments in 1977. – Lamont.

Lamia Khashoggi. Formerly Laura Biancolini, Adnan Khashoggi, Ali Khashoggi. She donated over 3,000,000 UKP to the cult. Bob Rich is assigned to look after son Ali as his permanent shadow. She rented the presidential suite of Fort Harrison Hotel from Summer ’91 to Summer ’92. Her husband was there only once, and received introductory Book one auditing. – FAQ1.

Nicole Kidman. Scientologist actress, wife of Tom Cruise, in “Far and away”, “Batman forever”, Golden Globe for “To die for”. – FAQ1.

Donald Kieffer. Former Moonie who brought a suit against his cult in the District Court Concord, New Hampshire, on 23 July 1980, during which Dr John Clark testified. – Lamont.

Cynthia Kisser. Executive director of CAN. Sued by Landmark Education Corporation in the Circuit Court of Illinois. Landmark is a for-profit organization, and sued CAN, its president William Rehling, and Kisser. The Landmark cases continue against Rehling and Kisser. – P1.

Henry Kissinger. Along with the President of the United States, was to be threatened by an impersonator from Scientology pretending to be author and journalist Paulette Cooper in Phase Three of Operation Freakout. – Lamont.

Judge Ben Tampa Krentzmann. Judge who dismissed Scientology’s libel action against Mayor Cazares in the spring of 1977. Federal Judge who was assigned to one of Scientology’s Clearwater cases. In the mid-seventies the Guardians hatched a plot to lure him onto a yacht stacked with prostitutes and film him in compromising situations. – Lamont.

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Charles Lakes. Scientologist gymnast on the US olympic team in 1988. – FAQ1.

Stewart Lamont. Broadcaster and journalist specializing in religious affairs. He joined BBC Scotland as a radio producer in 1972 and since 1980 has worked as a freelance producer and presenter in radio and television. He is Religious Affairs Correspondent of the Glasgow Herald, having also filled that position on the Sunday Times. His books include The Third Angle, Is Anybody There?, and Religion and the Supernatural with Peter Moss. Author of Religion Inc., one of the main critical books on Scientology. – Lamont.

Dr. Michael Langone. A psychologist who is Director of Research at the American Family Foundation in Weston, Mass. – Lamont.

Mr Justice Latey. Judge at the Royal Courts of Justice who described LRH as a ‘charlatan and worse, a cynical liar, grimly reminiscent of Hitler’, and the church as ‘corrupt, sinister and dangerous’ during a child-custody case. – Lamont.

Ron Lawley. Went with Morag Bellmaine and Robin Scott to the Copenhagen Advanced Organization for Europe and Africa (AOSH EU & AF) at number 6 Jernbanegade, dressed as a SO missionaires, and asked for the secret NOTs levels. – Lamont.

Lee Lawrence. Scientology loan shark at 38 Morton Road, East Grinstead. He charged 30% interest for loans over 5,000 British Pounds. – Lamont.

Paul Lawrence. CAN’s attorney in the Scott case on appeal in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, of the Seattle firm of Preston, Gates and Ellis. Lawrence is also the President of the Washington State American Civil Liberties Union. Preston, Gates and Ellis is representing CAN pro bono. – P1.

Ernest Lebel. Screenwriter, producer, director. Was in the cult, then out for decades – now he’s in again. Did “The Sound of Music”, “Portnoy’s complaint”. – FAQ1.

Wendy Lebel. Scientologist. Sister of Kimberley Kates, actress and Scientologist. – FAQ1. Sherman Lenske. An attorney who represented LRH, according to LRH’s 1983 probate declaration, in various business and financial affairs, and explained to the court with Lyman Spurlock that LRH had a “fine battery of expert professionals” who advise him. – Lamont.

Guillaume Leserve. Executive Director International of the Church of Scientology. – Zegel 3.

Mr. Levin. Made a declaration in 1992 that CSI, his employer, is the “mother church” of Scientology. It is supposedly an entity separate from CSC. CSC was Scientology’s “mother church” when the Wollersheim lawsuit was filed. CSI was incorporated in 1981, and thereafter assumed the title of “mother church”. Levin made made claims about the expenditure of CSC money in his declaration. Tried to limit the Wollersheim case to documents from 1992 to present; Mr. Levin would be free to lie with impunity because about the past. CSC’s former president. He testified that CSC had off premise storage facilities, but did not know where they were. – LegalA.

Geoffrey Lewis. Scientologist actor, Juliette’s dad. From as early as 1970, or earlier. Sidekick in Clint Eastwood movies, “Every Which Way but Loose”. – FAQ1.

Juliette Lewis. Actress, producer. In, out, drugs, now probably in the cult. In “Natural born killers”. Geoffrey’s daughter and Lightfield’s kid sister. – FAQ1.

Lightfield Lewis. Scientologist actor, director, Juliette’s older brother. Expanded Grade completion. – FAQ1.

Sue Lindsay. Reporter who did a written interview with Hubbard in February 1983 for the Rocky Mountain News of Denver, Colorado. – Lamont.

Robert Lippman. Scientologist. CAN’s Chapter Seven bankruptcy halts his case against CAN, brought in Superior Court for the County of Los Angeles. Court- ordered arbitration in the Lippman case has determined Lippman’s claim as meritless. – P1.

Bobby Lipton. Former Scientologist and actor; left in 1971. – FAQ1.

Peggy Lipton. Former Scientologist and actress. Restaurant owner in Twin Peaks. Possibly went OT3. She twinned with Karen Black as a student on Foundation (nights and weekends) in the early ’70s at C.C./L.A. Her brother Bobby was pressured to get into the cult. – FAQ1.

Joe Lisa. Scientologist who wrote memo about Cazares’ defeat in the congressional race as a result of the operation against him. – Lamont.

Pablo Lobato. Works in the Religious Technology Center, Scientology International Expansion Office at the Flag Land Base. – LegalB

Judge Donald Londer. Judge in the Julie Christofferson [Titchbourne] case. – Lamont.

Ron Lowery. Church filed injunction to get NOTs pack back from him and Robin Scott. – Zegel 3.

Robert F. Lyons. Scientologist actor and drama teacher; in since 1969, Solo NOTs. – FAQ1.

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(Mac see also Mc)

Frank Macall. The old salt who was a carpenter and second mate on the Apollo, and served on the two other yachts – Diana and Athena. Built the model ships in Clearwater Florida for the Flag exhibition celebrating the org’s former life on the ocean wave. – Lamont.

Lenny Macaluso. Musician, song writer, producer, Scientologist since 1968, New OT8, CL5, Key to Life, Life Orientation, Patron. Worked 4 years for Tina Turner. – FAQ1.

Eddie Mace. Ran the Perth Australia breakaway group, formerly a mission. – Zegel 2.

Shirley Maclaine. Actress and Scientologist. – FAQ1.

Maharaja of Jaipur. Former owner of the Saint Hill Manor, two miles from East Grinstead in Sussex, England. – Lamont.

Anita Mally. Scientologist and actress, screenwriter, New OT8, Key to Life, Life Orientation, Patron with Honors. Wrote a german TV series that had scientology elements such as engrams and auditing in it. – FAQ1.

Charles Manson. Scientologist before becoming a famous murderer. Got 150h of auditing while in prison before the murders, later sympathized with the squirrel group “The Process”. Cult leader behind the Sharon Tate (Roman Polanski’s wife) / LaBianca murders. – FAQ1.

Arthur J. Maren. Announced in 1976 that the Church of Scientology was the real buyer of the Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, FLA. He was the Scientology official who did an interview with Ronald Hubbard Junior (DeWolf) in 1972, in which DeWolf confessed that all the damning statements he had made previously about his father [in the sixties] were completely untrue. – Lamont.

Alfred Margolis. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge on the Wollersheim case. – Lamont. Judge Margolis was sued by Scientology after Judge Swearinger ordered Scientology in March, 1986 to turn over certain files relating to Mr. Wollersheim. In response Scientology sued Judge Margolis, Judge Swearinger, and the entire Los Angeles Superior Court in the District Court. This suit was dismissed in November, 1986. – LegalA.

Commander Steve Marlowe. Inspector General from the RTC. – Lamont.

Craig Mathieson. Ran the UK organization in 1986. – Lamont.

Volney G. Mathison. Developed the E-Meter. – Lamont.

Phoebe Maurer. With David Mayo, Terri Gamboa, Lyman Spurlock, Norman Starkey, David Miscavige and Julia Watson were all initial trustees of RTC. – Lamont.

David Mayo. Senior C/S international, worked with Ron on NOTS and audited Ron on NOTS. – Zegel 1. David Mayo, along with with David Miscavige, Terri Gamboa, Lyman Spurlock, Norman Starkey, Julia Watson and Phoebe Maurer, was an initial trustee of RTC. David Mayo was a former senior aide to Hubbard, and is now heading the breakaway movement of the Church of New Civilization in Santa Barbara. – Lamont.

(Mc see also Mac)

Senator John McCarthy. Propounder of anti-Communist witch-hunts in the early fifties in the USA. – Lamont.

John McMaster. The driving force behind the original Power Processes. – Zegel 3. Proclaimed by Hubbard as the world’s first real clear and the Pope of Scientology. Scientology’s unofficial ambassador to the United Nations. – Lamont.

Warren McShane. Jeff Cervel’s (from RTC) aide. – Zegel 3. The Director for Licenses and Trademarks. – LegalB.

Garry McMurry. Attorney who represented Julie Christofferson [Titchbourne]. – Lamont.

Mike Meisner. Scientologist agent who faked a hit and run accident to frame Clearwater Mayor Gabriel Cazares in 1976, and also ran “Silver” and infiltrated the IRS with him. – Lamont.

Melanie. Folk singer, possibly a Scientologist, participated in the Scientology “Portland crusade” after the $35,000,000 judgement for Julie Christopherson- Titschbourne case. Known for her songs “Brand New Key”, “Ruby Tuesday” remake and others. – FAQ1.

Julia Migenes. Opera singer (soprano), Scientologist since 1966, New OT5, Freedom Medal, LRH had her leave Sea Org to pursue her career; Grammy award winner. – FAQ1.

Stanley Milgram. Did remarkable experiments in obedience to authority among university students and demonstrated an alarming willingness of the average person to perpetrate harmful actions on fellow human beings when they fail to question directives of a superior. – Zegel 3.

Dr. Milstead. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), indicated that an investigation was going forward into the E-Meter, according to Omar Garrison who was quoting a letter from Oliver Field of the AMA. – Lamont.

David Miscavige. Chairman of the all clear unit, worked as part of the film unit, member of the CMO. (Now chairman of RTC and de facto head of Scientology.) – Zegel 1. Trustee of the Church of Spiritual Technology, trustee of the RTC and trustee of Author Services. – Zegel 3. He set up a unit in early 1981 known as the All Clear Unit. In 1981 David Miscavige had begun the year as a cameraman at Gilman Hot Springs and a junior member of the Commodore’s Messenger Organization. He ended it in charge of the Watchdog Committee and the All Clear Unit which he announced was now senior to CMO International, with David Miscavige, Diane Voegerding, Lois Riesdorf, Gale Irwin, Norman Starkey and Terri Gamboa. Miscavige resigned his church contracts in early 1982 and went to head an organization called Author Services Incorporated (ASI). David Miscavige, with David Mayo, Terri Gamboa, Lyman Spurlock, Norman Starkey, Julia Watson and Phoebe Maurer were all initial trustees of RTC. David was the Notary Public who had supervised the RTC articles signed on 10 May 1982 with forged LRH signatures. LRH stated in his 1983 probate document that he had unequivocal confidence in David Miscavige, and that he was a long time devoted Scientologist, a trusted associate, and a good friend. LRH went on to say that any activities which he may have engaged in at any time concerning LRH’s personal or business affairs were done with LRH’s knowledge and authorization and for his benefit. – Lamont.

Raymond (Ray) Mithoff. The Senior C/S International for the Church of Scientology. – Zegel 3. Called “Commander” Ray Mithoff. – Lamont.

Demi Moore. Actress, former Scientologist. She was seen leaving the Celebrity Centre but gave up when Bruce Willis made her clear that he didn’t want his children raised in scientology. – FAQ1.

Gayle Moran. Scientologist and wife of Chick Corea. – FAQ1

“Frank Morris”. Jim Dincalci’s assumed name while hiding in February 1973 in an apartment on Codwise Place in Queens, New York, with Hubbard using the name “Lawrence Harris”, and Paul Preston using the name “Don Shannon”. – Zegel 2.

Captain Thomas Moulton. Witness at the Anderson trial who testified that he had known Hubbard at submarine school in 1942. – Lamont.

Kendrick Moxon. With Peter Davidson, CSC’s [Scientology’s] counsel in 1994 who offered to show Craig J. Stein, Lawrence Dominick Wollersheim’s attorney, some documents, but refused to send them to him before meeting for Stein to look over. – LegalA. Jason Scott’s attorney. CAN has filed a petition to the Illinois Supreme Court asking the high court to review a case dismissed by the Circuit Court of Cook County which names him and his partner Timothy Bowles, and the Church of Scientology International as defendants for bringing multiple cases in an attempt to destroy CAN financially with litigation. The Chicago firm of Mayer, Brown & Platt are representing CAN pro bono in that matter. – P1.

Ann Mullegen. Lived with LRH at the La Quinta, California, Hacienda and hide away called “Rifle.” – Zegel 2.

Jim Mullegen. Lived with LRH at the La Quinta, California, Hacienda and hide away called “Rifle.” – Zegel 2.

Floyd Mutrux. Screenwriter, director, producer. Former Scientologist; introduced Don Simpson. He was the executive producer of “Dick Tracy”. – FAQ1.

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Andrew Neil. Editor of the Sunday Times. – Lamont.

John Nelson. CO CMO INT in 1982 who scuttled Wendell Reynolds plans to get 250 top executives into the Finance Police. – Zegel 2. He was a member of the Watchdog Committee. CO CMO after Gale Irwin. – Lamont.

Karen Nelson-Bell. Scientologist, producer. Did the purif; producer of “Country Tonite” show. – FAQ1.

“Nibs”. Lafayette Ronald Hubbard Junior, LRH’s first child. (See Ronald Hubbard Junior, Lafayette Ronald Hubbard Junior, Ronald DeWolf.)

Maxine Nightingale. Scientologist and singer. – FAQ1.

Noelle North. Scientologist dancer, actress (voice-overs). – FAQ1.

Sara “Betty” Northrup (married Hubbard). Hubbard’s second wife. (See Sara Elizabeth Hubbard.)

Ron Norton. The CO of the Flag Service Organization, early 80s. – Zegel 2.

Judy Norton-Taylor. Scientologist, actress. In before “The Waltons”; purif; freedom medal. Played Mary Ellen on “The Waltons”. – FAQ1.

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Judge Louis Oberdorfer. Judge Scientology forced to step down from a case against them by reminding him he had worked for the tax division of the Justice Department in 1969 when it had ended the tax-exempt status of the Church of Scientology in Los Angeles. – Lamont.

O’Keefe. Suppressive Person on board the Apollo that, according to Otto Roos, had a fear of heights and had to be winched up into the crow’s nest, a tiny bucket atop the mast too small to sit or lie in, as a punishment. – Lamont.

Neal O’Reilly. RTC missionaire who verified the existence of a letter from LRH to David Mayo giving David the tech hat after LRH died. – Zegel 2.

Bette Orsini. A reporter on the St. Petersburg Times that discovered that LRH was living in Duneden, a small town near St. Petersburg, and exposed the United Churches cover of the Church of Scientology purchase of the Fort Harrison and other buildings in downtown Clearwater. – Zegel 2.

George Orwell. Pen name of Eric Arthur Blair, author of _1984_, in his Collected Essays he ironically suggests that the way to make a million is to start a new religion. – Lamont.

Martin Ottmann. A consultant regarding Scientology for the German CID, state ministries, cult information centers and the Protestant Church. He was born about 1966, a German citizen. Address: Martin Ottmann, c/o EZW H?rlinplatz 2 A, 70193 Stuttgart, Germany. He filed a declaration about Scientology as a witness for the case before the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County Los Angeles, known as Uwe Geertz and Steven Fishman vs. Church of Scientology International et al., Case No. BC 122 467, that mainly consisted mainly of his firsthand experiences with Scientology and the Sea Organization. – LegalB

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Herbie Parkhouse. Set up a foreign corporation to handle foreign money coming to the Flag Ship called the Religious Research Foundation, RRF. – Zegel 1.

Dr. Jack Parsons. A top rocket scientist who was a disciple of Crowley. Hubbard ran off to Florida with a Betty in a yacht belonging to Parsons and with $10,000 of his money. – Lamont.

Ted Patrick (Alias “Black Lightning”). A deprogrammer. – Lamont.

Bernhard Paul. Clown, manager of “Circus Roncalli”, former Scientologist. – FAQ1.

John Peterson. Scientology Lawyer in 1986; Earle Cooley’s assistant. – Lamont.

Brad Pitt. Actor. Drifted through Scientology; took his courses while dating Juliette Lewis. – FAQ1.

Roman Polanski. Director who had a dispute with Scientologist John Travolta, after which John walked out of a movie he was doing with Polanski. Charles Manson, Scientologist and notorious murderer, was responsible for the killing of Polanski’s wife, Sharon Tate. – FAQ1.

“Polly”, Margaret Louise Hubbard, nee Grubb. Hubbard’s first wife and mother of Hubbard’s first child, Lafayette Ronald Hubbard Junior, at 2lb 2oz, known as “Nibs”, on 7 May 1934. – Miller. Margaret Hubbard died an alcoholic in 1963. – Lamont. (See Margaret Louise Hubbard.)

Jeff Pomerantz. Scientologist and actor. New OT7, Sea Org member, Freedom Medal, Senior Honor Roll, “Hollywood says no to drugs” campaign, got an invitation by Nancy Reagan to The White House. – FAQ1.

David Pomeranz. Composer of Hollywood scores, singer, Scientologist. – FAQ1.

Lisa Marie Presley. Elvis heir, Scientologist since 1978, was Married to Michael Jackson. John “Bhopal” Coale of unscrupulous lawfirm Coale, Allen and Van Susteren filed Lisa Marie Presley’s divorce. – FAQ1.

Priscilla Presley. In the mini-hall of fame at the Celebrity Center in Los Angeles (the Chateau Elycee), lying on her side in portrait form opposite a gaudy portrait of her famous husband. – Lamont. Actress, in Scientology since 1979, Grade 1. In “The naked gun”, “Dallas”, perfume ads, wife of Elvis. – FAQ1.

Kelly Preston. Scientologist actress, lifetime member of IAS, introduced by Milton Katselas, L12, OT4. In “Twins”, married to Scientologist John Travolta. – FAQ1.

Paul Preston. Shared an apartment with LRH and Jim Dincalci in Queens, New York, using the assumed name “Don Shannon”. – Zegel 2.

Marvin Price. Founded an offshoot of Scientology, the Personal Ability Center or Advanced Awareness Center in the Sacramento Area. – Zegel 1.

Jesse Prince. Secretary on the Board of Directors of the RTC and flashbulber at a mission conference. A principal in the Inspector General’s Network. – Zegel 3.

P.J. Proby. Pop singer who used techniques to “work an audience” to the brink of hysteria. – Lamont.

Don Purcell. Of Wichita Kansas, provided a cash injection for the HDRF in 1951. Purcell became President of the Foundation, with Hubbard as Chairman and Vice-President, and the Foundation was relocated in Wichita. In 1952 the Foundation went bankrupt and Hubbard sold his stock to Purcell along with all the copyrights, including DMSMH. Hubbard was faced with a problem in the early days of the HDRF. – Lamont.

Lee Purcell. Actress, in Scientology since 1975, clear, introduced by Karen Black. Received 2 Emmy nominations. – FAQ1.

Lord Justice Purchas. With Lord Justice Dunn, presided over an Appeal Court hearing in September 1984 concerning the child custody case that Justice Latey had presided over. He upheld Justice Latey in every single respect. – Lamont.

Harold Puthoff. Mathematician, physics scientist, ESP researcher currently works on “stochastic electrodynamics”, former Scientologist and OT3. Holds patent on tunable laser, “analyzed” psychics Uri Geller and Ingo Swann. – FAQ1.

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Quentin, (Geoffrey Quentin McCaully Hubbard). LRH’s 5th child, born on January 6th, 1954 by Mary Sue Hubbard. (See Geoffrey Quentin McCaully Hubbard.)

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Mark Rathburn. General Inspector for Ethics. – LegalB.

Red Queen. Fictional character from Alice in Wonderland who makes a word mean what she says it means; likened to LRH by Stewart Lamont. – Lamont.

William Rehling. President of CAN, sued by Landmark Education Corporation in the Circuit Court of Illinois. Landmark is a for-profit organization, and sued CAN, its president, and Cynthia Kisser, its executive director. The Landmark cases continue against Rehling and Kisser. – P1.

Dede Reisdorf. Left La Quinta Hacienda code-named “Rifle” with LRH in 1977 in a station wagon to Sparks, Nevada to escape the FBI. The Chairperson of the WDC in 1979. – Zegel 2.

Lois Reisdorf. A member of the Watch Dog Committee in 1979. – Zegel 2. She was a member of the All Clear Unit, with David Miscavige, Diane Voegerding, Gale Irwin, Norman Starkey and Terri Gamboa. Lois was also a key figure in the Watchdog Committee. – Lamont.

Richard Reiss. Senior Technical Consultant (UK). – Lamont.

Deborah Rennard. Scientologist actress. Played J.R.’s secretary “Sly” in “Dallas”, also plays part in “Due South”. – FAQ1.

Wendell Reynolds. The dictator of the Finance Police in 1982. – Zegel 2. He was given the title “Dictator” of the International Finance Police (IFP), and called Commander/Dictator Wendell Reynolds. – Lamont.

Marissa Ribisi. Scientologist, Vonni Ribisi’s sister, actress. Key to Life and Life Orientation Course. In “The Brady Bunch Movie”. – FAQ1.

Vonni Ribisi. Scientologist, Marissa Ribisi’s brother, actor. Key to Life and Life Orientation Course. In “My two dads”. – FAQ1.

Amanda Rice. Scientologist, formerly “Raven”, stripper. “residential counselor” for Narconon. Was the “other woman” in the Kiefer Sutherland – Julia Roberts breakup. – FAQ1.

Judge Charles Richey. 3rd judge who presided over the Snow White case against Scientology. He was framed using intensive covert operations with tape recording of interviews which allegedly linked Richey in titillating detail with a prostitute at the motel at which he had stayed during the Los Angeles hearings. The story was leaked to the newspapers and five days later, on 23 July 1980, Judge Richey was admitted to hospital with exhaustion and pulmonary embolisms. He was the third judge driven off the case. – Lamont.

Michael Rinder. Scientology official identified in the declaration of attorney Ford Greene filed in connection with Wollersheim’s moving papers. Rinder attended the settlement discussions in December, 1995 in Denver, Colorado; Mr. Wollersheim, was present as was Mr. Abelson and many others. – LegalA.

Michael D. Roberts. Actor and Scientologist, Patron, IAS Field Disseminator, Senior Honor Roll. In “Rain Man”. – FAQ1.

Pamela Roberts. Scientologist actress, clothes designer, Field Disseminator. Appeared in “General Hospital” and “Hill Street Blues”. – FAQ1.

Judge Aubrey Robinson. 4th judge on the Snow White case. Robinson was one of many judges that were targets of recusal motions. He presided over the trial of the remaining two Guardians, Mo Budlong and Jane Kember. – Lamont.

Kenneth Robinson. Minister of Health in Britain who addressed the House of Commons in July 1968 stating that Scientology was socially harmful, and then announced a ban on Scientology students entering the UK. – Lamont.

Nelson Rockefeller. Clashed with Scientology back in 1955 over the “Siberia Bill”. Scientology claimed his aide gave Michael Flynn a $135,000 donation. – Lamont.

Pablo Roehrig. Scientologist, painter, Patron. – FAQ1.

Jim Rogers. Celebrity producer manager and Scientologist. Ex-husband of Mimi Rogers. – FAQ1.

Jim Rogers. A Scientology field group auditor who dated Sharon Stone. – FAQ1.

Mimi Rogers. Scientologist actress, 2nd generation in Co$, introduced Sonny Bono, Tom Cruise, John Brodie to the cult. Ex-wife of Tom Cruise and Jim Rogers. She is the daughter of former Mission Holder and Hubbard crony Phil Spickler who is now out. – FAQ1.

Elena Roggero. Italian singer, songwriter, in Scientology since 1991, Freedom Medal, IAS sponsor, clear, “say no to drugs” spokesperson for Italy. – FAQ1.

Otto Roos. Dutch Senior Auditor Class XII on board the Apollo. – Lamont.

Clare Rouseau. Left La Quinta Hacienda code-named “Rifle” with LRH in 1977 in a station wagon to Sparks, Nevada to escape the FBI. – Zegel 2.

David Rouseau. Husband of Claire Rouseau. – Zegel 2.

Gloria Rusch-Novello. Singer, vocal teacher and Scientologist. Wife of John Novello. – FAQ1.

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Sableman. A reporter who, with Orsini and radio broadcaster Snyder, was a target of covert ops in Clearwater. – Lamont.

Jean-Claude Sakellarios. Attorney for the Moonie cult in the case of Donald Kieffer, former Moonie who brought a suit against his cult in the District Court Concord, New Hampshire, on 23 July 1980, during which Dr John Clark testified. – Lamont.

Bert Salzman. Producer and former Scientologist. – FAQ1.

Moe Samuels. CO of the CMO for Special Unit at Gilman Hot Springs pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Lavenda van Schaick. A former Scientologist and resident of Nevada who went to see Boston attorney Michael Flynn in 1979. She brought a class action suit on behalf of Scientology drop-outs alleging mind control, unlawful electronic surveillance and the leaking to the media of details of her private life obtained during auditing. The action was brought in December 1979 for $200 million, and was settled out of court on 10 June 1985 for $150,000 just before it was due to go on trial before a jury in Boston. The Judge was W. Arthur Garrity Jr. – Lamont.

Andrik Schapers. Scientologist singer from The Netherlands, Patron, Freedom Medal. – FAQ1.

Homer Schomer. Former Treasury Secretary of ASI and his lawsuit names Hubbard, ASI, and includes David Miscavige and Pat Broeker who had subjected him to a ten-hour Sec-Check and threatened him that he would go to jail when he showed reluctance in doing his job. This was to prepare fictitious invoices for services rendered to ASI by Hubbard. In the period during which Schomer did this, March-November 1982, Hubbard’s personal assets grew from $10 million to $44 million. Schomer’s own suit is for $226 million. – Lamont.

Adrienne Scott. Robin Scott’s wife, Candacraig, Strathdon independant. – Lamont.

Jason Scott. Plaintiff who brought civil litigation in a federal case in the state of Washington that won a crippling damage award assessment against CAN, that led to a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy filing in October, 1995. – P1.

Jeffrey Scott. Scientologist script writer, grandson of Moe Howard. Won emmy award, helped develop Muppet Babies. – FAQ1.

Robin Scott. Involved in an operation in the early part of 1984 where individuals entered the Org in Denmark wearing Sea Org uniforms and collected a NOTS pack. Ran Candacraig. – Zegel 3.

Simon Scott. Editorial Director of Harrap. – Lamont.

Misha Segal. Scientologist and composer. – FAQ1.

“Don Shannon”. Paul Preston’s assumed name while hiding in February 1973 in an apartment on Codwise Place in Queens, New York, with Hubbard using the name “Lawrence Harris”, and Jim Dincalci using the name “Frank Morris”. – Zegel 2.

Edward Shapiro. A Hare Krishna cultist whom Dr Clark diagnosed on the basis of his membership of the cult. – Lamont.

Billy Sheehan. Rock bassist, in Scientology since 1972, Clear in 1978, L Rundown, Expanded Grades completition. Plays in band Mr. BIG. – FAQ1.

“Silver”. GO agent codename for Gerald Bennett Wolfe. – Lamont. (see Wolfe).

Harvey Silverglate. Church of Scientology attorney in Lavenda van Schaick’s class action case before Judge W. Arthur Garrity Jr. – Lamont.

Don Simpson. Producer and former Scientologist. When he asked why he wasn’t happier after being processed nearly to clear, he was told to wait for results until he had completed OT3, and at that point he realized it was a con. “Top Gun” movie. – FAQ1.

Frank Sinatra. Singer who had his IRS files stolen by Scientology agent “Silver” in 1976. – Lamont.

Thomas Small. Church Attorney flown in from Los Angeles to Copenhagen to get more on Robin Scott. – Zegel 3.

Ian Smith. Prime Minister of South Africa. Ron had his chauffeur drive him out in his yellow Pontiac with two bottles of pink champagne to visit him, but Mrs Smith would not receive him. – Lamont.

Duke Snider. Scientologist who received memo from Joe Lisa about Cazares’ defeat in the congressional race as a result of a covert op against him. He was also one of the eleven Guardians indicted for the Snow White Operation in 1977, along with Mary Sue Hubbard, Henning Heldt, Sharon Thomas and Gerald Bennett Wolfe (alias “Silver”). – Lamont. Scouted and found a Hacienda for LRH to hide in code-named “Rifle” in La Quinta, California. – Zegel 2.

Jon Snyder. Broadcaster at WDCL radio station who was fired after a $5 million lawsuit was threatened against the station for anti-Scientology broadcasts he was making. – Lamont.

Phil Spickler. Former Scientologist, Mimi Rogers father, former Mission Holder and Hubbard crony. – FAQ1.

Lyman Spurlock. Chief Executive Officer of The Church of Spiritual Technology and a trustee of the RTC; on the stage at the mission holder’s conference. Miscavige calls him a Warrant Officer and the Corporate Affairs Director of the Church. – Zegel 3. With David Mayo, Terri Gamboa, David Miscavige, Norman Starkey, Julia Watson and Phoebe Maurer, he was an initial trustee of RTC. He was still culling pc folders well into 1982, according to testimony in the Armstrong trial. Lyman Spurlock, Author Services Inc., according to the probate declaration of LRH, explained ASI and LRH’s control to the court. – Lamont.

Frank Stallone. Sly Stallone’s brother, actor, singer, songwriter and former Scientologist. – FAQ1.

Garey Stark. Assistant Attorney in Washington DC whom Mike Meisner phoned when he escaped his GO guards the second time. – Lamont.

Norman Starkey. Part of the All Clear Project in 1981. – Zegel 2. Chairman of the Watchdog Committee, Chief Executive Officer of Author Services. – Zegel 3. A South African who had served his apprenticeship on the Apollo in the CMO. He was a member of the All Clear Unit, with David Miscavige, Diane Voegerding, Lois Riesdorf, Gale Irwin and Terri Gamboa. With David Mayo, Terri Gamboa, Lyman Spurlock, David Miscavige, Julia Watson and Phoebe Maurer, he was an initial trustee of RTC. Called Commander Norman Starkey. – Lamont.

Barry Stein. Scientologist keyboard man at Gilman, an architect who had been a member of the ‘Apollo All-Stars’ pop-group back in the shipboard days. The castle complex at Saint Hill was his work, as was the restored ballroom at the Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater. – Lamont.

Craig J. Stein. State Bar # 98041, attorney for Lawrence Wollersheim with Stein & Associates. 2029 Century Park East, One Century Plaza, Suite 480, Los Angeles, CA 90067, in April, 1996. While trying to review documents about CSC for Wollersheim, Scientology gave him the documents of CSI, which is a supposedly unrelated entity. Stein wanted a court-appointed receiver to handle Scientology in regards to Wollersheim’s collection, due to the cult’s intransigence. – LegalA.

Chris Stevens. Command Officer of the Special Unit pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Richard Stewart. Had a large number of people that had participated in seminars and courses that he had given on financial management; declared a squirrel and gang sec checked. – Zegel 1. Private business owner in Los Angeles that was abused. – Zegel 3.

Lawrence Stifler. A Boston marathon runner who had been obstructed as he was running by an over-zealous Scientology recruiter and had fallen, injuring his knee to the extent that he claimed he might never run again. He brought suit against Scientology in 1980 for $1.25 million, but a a jury in October 1984 assessed damages at $1,000 and medical expenses at $712. – Lamont.

Dean Stokes. Declared at mission holder’s conference. – Zegel 3.

Sharon Stone. Actress, former Scientologist. Dated Jim Rogers, a field group auditor. – FAQ1.

Bess Sullivan. The CO of the Flag Operations Liaison Office (FOLO) for East U.S. pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Laurel Sullivan. LRH’s personal public relations director who ran MCCS, Mission Corporate Category Sortout. – Zegel 3. She left the Church of Scientology in 1981 after serving fifteen years, the last eight as Hubbard’s personal public relations adviser. From 1972-81 she was in charge of a secret operation to transfer money from church funds to Hubbard through a corporate shell, the Religious Research Foundation (RRF), incorporated in Liberia with accounts in banks in Lichtenstein and Luxemburg. When she left Scientology in 1981, she said that the RRF’s assets were between $200 million and $300 million, and at one point in the 1970s they totalled $330 million. – Lamont.

Steve Surry. Owned 5 US missions, Salt Lake City, Denver, 3 in the Seattle area called Bellevue, Seattle per se, and University Way. – Zegel 1.

Greta van Susteren. Scientologist on CNN legal affairs show Burden of Proof and lawyer. Partner is John “Bhopal” Coale. Their law firm is charged by the West Virginia’s disciplinary board for active soliciting, which is illegal there, which they repeated after the ValuJet crash. Their lawfirm (Coale, Allen and Van Susteren) represented Amy Frith on a lawsuit against Wellspring, a cult recovery facility. John filed Lisa Marie Presley’s divorce, represented Waco victim’s family member Stan Sylvia, and is currently litigating against the tobacco industry. – FAQ1.

Commander Mike Sutter. Inspections Secretary for Ethics. – LegalB.

Lisbet Pals Svendsen. Translator of Ms. Irmgard Wassard’s graphological analysis of LRH’s signatures from Danish into English. – Lamont.

Ingo Swann. Former Scientologist, writer, psychic, now a painter. OT7, now SP. – FAQ1.

John J. Swanson. Boston MA document examiner who looked at RTC Assignment Agreements. – Zegel 3. The graphologist who stated “Using the L. Ron Hubbard signatures in Exhibit 3 as standard and the basis for comparison, it is the opinion of the examiner that the L. Ron Hubbard signatures in Exhibits 1 and 2 are not the same and were not written by the individual represented by the signatures in Exhibit 3″ about the RTC articles. – Lamont.

Judge Swearinger. Ordered Scientology in March, 1986 to turn over certain files relating to Mr. Wollersheim. In response Scientology sued Judge Margolis, Judge Swearinger, and the entire Los Angeles Superior Court in the District Court. This suit was dismissed in November, 1986; in this regard Judge Swearinger’s September 26, 1986 Order is instructive. In it, Judge Swearinger refers to Scientology’s accounting methods and claims of separateness of entities as so much “jiggery pokery”. He gave CSC an Order to spend money only in the ordinary course of business. – LegalA.

Stan Sylvia. Waco victim’s family member represented by John “Bhopal” Coale, partner with Scientologist Greta van Susteren in Coale, Allen and Van Susteren. – FAQ1. John Symonds. Author of The Great Beast, a biography of Crowley which alleged that Hubbard’s new religion was derived from black magic. The Church of Scientology was successful in winning an action in 1971 against John Symonds and the publishers of The Great Beast – Lamont.

Thomas Szasz. A champion of “alternative psychiatry” who argues that psychiatry was itself a source of much mental illness, the diseases emerging to fit the symptoms which had been invented by the psychiatrists. Scientologists use him to discredit other psychiatrists, and he is regularly featured in Freedom Magazine. – Lamont.

T

Akil Tamimi. brother of Ala Tamimi, who was involved in trying to pass a check for two million dollars on Hubbard’s account. – Lamont.

Ala Tamimi. United Arab Emirates, a proven con-man who is serving a prison sentence in Italy while four other countries are queuing to bring charges against him. Tamimi came forward to say that Michael Flynn had conspired with him to pass a bogus cheque for two million dollars on LRH’s account which was not accepted by the Middle East Bank in New York when Tamimi and his brother Akil tried to pass it in early 1982, widely thought to be an attempt by Church of Scientology officials to steal from Hubbard. Ala took the Church of Scientology for a ride by asking for an advance payment before he gave them his evidence, then he fled with the $25,000. – Lamont.

Ann Tasket. A member of the Watch Dog Committee in 1979. – Zegel 2.

Ray Thacker. Scientologist on Apollo who huddled in a corner avoided by all and occasionally thrown a crust of bread in 1967. – Lamont.

Sharon Thomas. Scientologist who offered to show Mayor Cazares Washington. She hit a “pedestrian” (Church of Scientology agent Mike Meisner) who feigned injury and drove on in a covert op to discredit the Mayor. She was the GO agent who infiltrated the Justice Department in 1976 running under Mike Meisner as secretary to attorney Paul Figley who dealt with Freedom of Information Act cases. She sent photocopies of correspondence and other material up the lines to her GO bosses. She was also one of the eleven Guardians indicted for the Snow White Operation in 1977, along with Mary Sue Hubbard, Henning Heldt, Duke Snider and Gerald Bennett Wolfe (alias “Silver”). – Lamont.

Julie Christofferson Titchbourne. Brought suit against Scientology. (See Julie Christofferson.)

“Dane Tops”. Pseudonymous author of a lengthy circular that questioned whether all that was being done by the RTC was in line with “Standard Tech” and was a catalyst for defections. – Lamont.

John Travolta. Actor in the mini-hall of fame at the Celebrity Center in Los Angeles (the Chateau Elycee). Actor. Entered the cult in 1975, got in through Joan Prather. Lifetime member of IAS, OT5 or higher, Key to Life, freedom medal. “Saturday Night Fever”, “Grease”, “Look who’s talking”, “Pulp Fiction”, “Get Shorty”, “Phenomenon”, “Michael”. Walked out of the set of “The Double” after a dispute with Roman Polanski. C/Sed at Flag by Richard Reiss, who was also Jon Atack’s auditor. Married to Kelly Preston. Son’s name is scientologically correct: “Jett” from Hubbard’s book “Mission Earth”. – FAQ1.

Kevin True. RTC missionaire who verified the existence of a letter from LRH to David Mayo giving David the tech hat after LRH died. – Zegel 2.

“Johnny Goodboy Tyler”. Fictional protagonist of Hubbard’s Battlefield Earth. – Lamont.

V

Karen Valles, Scientologist who showed Lamont around Flag. – Lamont.

Diane Voegerding, member of the All Clear Unit, with David Miscavige, Lois Riesdorf, Gale Irwin, Norman Starkey and Terri Gamboa. Diane was also CO CMO, and a member of the Watchdog Committee. Gale Irwin’s sister. – Lamont.

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A.E. van Vogt, science-fiction writer, prominent advocate of Dianetics, recruited by fellow-SF writer Hubbard in 1950 and called him “the boss”. He ran the Los Angeles Dianetics Foundation in late 1950. He endorsed LRH’s “Battlefield Earth” as a ‘masterpiece’ on its cover, but confessed in an interview with RM that he had been daunted by its size and had not actually bothered to read it. – FAQ1.

W

Wallace. The family from whom Robin Scott bought Candacraig house for 110,000 UK pounds. – Lamont.

Professor Roy Wallis. Department of Sociology at Queen’s University, Belfast; he was the sociologist whose research project on Scientology was published under the title The Road to Total Freedom. He was targetted by the Guardians Office with an undercover agent sent to Stirling University where Wallis taught. Posing as a student, he attempted to get Wallis to tell him if he was involved in the drug scene, then likely forged letters to the university, colleagues and others, implicating him in a variety of acts from a homosexual love affair to spying for the drug squad. – Lamont.

Gary Wallman. Administered a ‘touch assist’ to Lamont when he had a stomach upset in Hollywood. Lighting electrician on the sets of Hollywood television series like ‘Hart to Hart’. – Lamont.

Allen Walters. Church enemy that David Mayo was rumoured to be plotting with to take over Scientology with Bill Franks. – Zegel 1.

Cass Warner. Scientologist and granddaughter of Harry Warner, writer. Cosmetics saleswoman spamming the usenet; she had Milton Katselas as teacher. Key to Life and Life Orientation course. – FAQ1.

Peter Warren. Doing the spying operations on the Apollo, shredded and burned papers to prevent the officials of various governments from seeing them. He was the DIV 6 Executive International, and pulled off post in 1982, and taken to Happy Valley. – Zegel 2.

Irmgard Wassard. Holt, Denmark document examiner who found the LRH signatures on the RTC Assignment Agreements highly questionable. – Zegel 3. Danish graphologist who declared “There is a probability amounting almost to certainty (a) that the two signatures have been made by the same person and that that person is not identical with the person L. Ron Hubbard since the doubtful signatures show a multitude of deviations from the authentic writing which are typical of forgeries” about the RTC articles. – Lamont.

Fred Watson. Lived with LRH at the La Quinta, California, Hacienda and hide away called “Rifle.” – Zegel 2.

Julia Watson. With David Mayo, Terri Gamboa, Lyman Spurlock, Norman Starkey, David Miscavige and Phoebe Maurer were all initial trustees of RTC. – Lamont.

Laurel Watson. Lived with LRH at the La Quinta, California, Hacienda and hide away called “Rifle.” – Zegel 2.

John Wayne. Actor who had his IRS files stolen by Scientology agent “Silver” in 1976. – Lamont.

Judge Wayne. Gave a decision in the Wollersheim case imposing post judgment interest from the date of the trial court judgment in October, 1994. – LegalA.

Dick Weigand. Scientology agent active against Mayor Cazares and Deputy Guardian (Information). – Lamont.

Lawrence West. San Diego California man whom Scientology tried to get Robin Scott to say was part of an international conspiracy. – Zegel 3.

Dennis Wheeler. Reporter for the Santa Rosa News Herald who interviewed Ronald “Nibs” DeWolf (Hubbard Junior) in 1982. – Lamont.

Mary Sue Whipp. Maiden name of LRH’s third wife and head of the GO. – Lamont. (See Mary Sue Hubbard.)

Captain Greg Wilhere. Inspector General. – LegalB.

Howard Wilkins. Pizza businessman and former Scientologist. Founder of Pizza Hut. – FAQ1.

Cora Lee Wimbush. Verbally declared by David Miscavige at the mission Holder’s conference; wife of Kingsley Wimbush. – Zegel 3.

Kingsley Wimbush. A mission holder who was declared at the mission holder’s conference; husband of Cora Lee Wimbush. Owned 6 missions in 1982, and had them all taken away. – Zegel 3. Dinging or De-Dinging “Squirrel” process was used in his missions. – Lamont.

Edgar Winter. Scientologist blues player. His wife Monique Winter is also involved in the cult. – FAQ1.

Dr. Joseph Winter. Author of book A Doctor’s Report on Dianetics: Theory and Therapy in 1951. Joined the Board of Directors of the Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation in 1950. – Lamont.

Diana Meredith de Wolfe. LRH’s 4th child, born on September 24th, 1952 by Mary Sue Hubbard, LRH’s 3rd wife, nee Mary Sue Whipp. – Miller. (see Diana Hubbard).

Gerald Bennett Wolfe. Agent “Silver” running under Mike Meisner who had been employed as a clerk-typist at the Inland Revenue Service (IRS) since 1974. He was also one of the eleven Guardians indicted for the Snow White Operation in 1977, along with Mary Sue Hubbard, Henning Heldt, Sharon Thomas and Duke Snider. – Lamont.

Lawrence Dominick (Larry) Wollersheim. Former Scientologist who launched a civil case against Scientology in 1985 which placed the OT levels in the court record. – Lamont. He had Craig J. Stein, State Bar # 98041, as attorney to collect his multi-million dollar judgement against Scientology, outstanding for over 10 years. Stein said this about Wollersheim in this case: Certainly Mr. Wollersheim has publicly commented on the tactics of Scientology both in litigation and in connection with its “religious” practices. Why not. He is aggrieved to the tune of more than 5.2 million dollars as a result of these practices. As far as I can tell his commentary is protected by the 1st Amendment of the United States Constitution. Wollersheim had Lynn Farney, a “reverend” in the “church” of Scientology, post some statements about him on the Internet. Among those statements Farney wrote that Mr. Wollersheim, while attending his military draft related physical examination, smeared peanut butter in his underwear, ate the peanut butter and ran screaming through the facility to feign mental illness. This information may have possibly come from Wollersheim’s supposedly confidential confessional folders. Stein commented further: Remember before this litigation commenced this “church” and this “religion” ordered Mr. Wollersheim to sever all of his relationships with his family, held him prisoner on a ship, intentionally drove his business into bankruptcy and later while he was contemplating suicide, caused by this “church’s” religious practices, prohibited him from seeking professional help, among assorted other pleasantries in Wollersheim -v- Church of Scientology of California, (1989) 212 Cal.App.3d 872, 892-894 – LegalA.

Y

Marc Yaeger. A member of the Watch Dog Committee in 1979. – Zegel 2. CO CMO INT. – Zegel 3. John Zegel’s stepson, CO CMO International. – Lamont.

Monique Ying-Ling. Another of Scientology’s cadre of lawyers that Craig J. Stein, Lawrence Dominick Wollersheim’s attorney, had settlement discussions with in a case filed in Colorado against Wollersheim. – LegalA.

Bill Young. Republican representative whose administrative assistant was offered dirt by a Scientology PR official which could damage Cazares’ Democratic campaign. – Lamont.

Shirley Young. Church spokeswoman. – Zegel 3. Mrs Shirley Young, with Susan Jones, Lamont’s Guardian PR guide and chaperone in Los Angeles. – Lamont.

Lt. Warren Young. A Scientologist who was a lieutenant in the San Diego Police Force who requested information regarding the arrest-warrant for Mike Meisner from the National Crime Information Center computer. – Lamont.

Z

John Zegel. Made tapes about Scientology’s management structure in the Early 80s. One of the most influential disaffected Scientologists. He sent a copies of RJ 38, RJ 36 and an earlier Hubbard tape on study methods to two university departments, one in Canada and one in the USA, who were involved in the analysis of the Watergate tapes. Both sets of experts reported separately that in their opinion the three tapes were made by three separate people and that one of the voices belonged to someone who had spent the early part of his life in California before moving north. Marc Yaeger, CO CMO International, is John Zegel’s stepson. – Lamont.

Vivian Zegel. Jon Zegel’s wife. – Zegel 3.

Dick Zimmerman. Celebrity photographer. In Scientology for over 20 years New OT6, IAS sponsor. – FAQ1.

Glenn Zottola. Trumpeteer and Scientologist to OT. – FAQ1.

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