Scientologists planned to shoot FBI agents, 1982

http://www.xenu-directory.net/news/images/thecompiler-newspaper_1982-74-83.pdf#page=4

“…between 1975 and 1977, during the FBI’s investigation of the cult, meetings of Scientology executives were held in which there were discussions relative to “auditing” high-level FBI members with auditing process R2-45.”  [“Inside Scientology: is it a religion, a science-fiction fantasy, or just another cult?” The News-Herald, Santa Rosa, California, June 9-15, 1982]

I’m going to try to find the evidence for these meetings.  I’ve never seen that Scientology was actually planning to kill FBI agents, but there it is.  This should be investigated further.

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One Response to “Scientologists planned to shoot FBI agents, 1982”

  1. blankanon Says:

    It looks like the quote in the newspaper is taken from the document

    “PRELIMINARY REPORT TO THE CLEARWATER CITY COMMISSION RE: THE
    POWER OF A MUNICIPALITY TO REGULATE ORGANIZATIONS CLAIMING TAX EXEMPT OR
    NON-PROFIT STATUS”

    http://www.spaink.net/cos/mpoulter/scum/r2_45.html

    Also, from the same report

    “Exteriorization”, in Scientology policy is death. The policy
    refers to shooting a person in the head. In a short internal
    Scientology memorandum called “Racket Exposed”, Hubbard attacks
    a number of individuals, subjects them to the “Fair Game” doctrine,
    and states as follows:

    “Any Sea Organization member contacting any of them is to use
    auditing process R2-45”

    It is unknown to the authors of this Report whether the process
    was used on those individuals.

    If you can track down the original report, or one of the authors of this report, you may be able to get confirmation.

    Also, here is an archive of old Clearwater Sun newspaper articles, which mentions R2-45, along with a cache of military weapons discovered by ATF.

    http://www.moreaboutscientologycult.eu/usa/us-articles-clearwater-sun-1.pdf

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