The sole purpose of this information is to attempt to shed some light on the corporate operating procedures and structures of the Church of Scientoiogy. It is the opinon of the writer that serious breaches of the legal safeguards set up during the corporate changes effected in December 1981 have occurred and are still occurring by reason of various actions of current Church management, further specifics of which are given in this writing.
The Church of Scientology has undergone drastic and apparently unevaluated major organizational changes during the past 4 years. Evidence of this exists in the Church's own published documents including but not limited to:
SO ED 2104 THE U.S. MISSION HOLDERS CONFERENCE 7/11/82 SO ED 2192 INT LIST OF DECLARED SUPPRESSIVE PERSONS 1/27/83 POST 1981 INT MANGEMENT DIRECTIVES, RTC INFO LETTERS, ETC.
Examine these and other post 1981 Church documents such as the text and tone of the numerous SP Declares and expulsion orders issued from 1981 to the present. Examine as well research tapes 1, 2 and 3 by Jon Zegel and their supporting documentation.
Examine as well the growth statistics of the recent splinter movement within the Scientology community which has no equal in all of its 30 year history.
Such documented evidence and first-hand observations indicate current Church senior management to be operating in a manner' that is at once reckless, illogical, destructive, totalitarian, brutal and contra-survival.
The GO network has been abolished and the mission network has been raped.
Where knowledge is power, and lack of knowledge is used as a control factor, it is vital to one's own survival to seek out the truth behind situations and avoid becoming the effect of one's own or another's misdeeds.
Major corporate and organizational changes were brought about in the Church in late 1981. While the Church was in need of some corporate and organizational changes due to errors and omissions in its past operating activities, one of the most significant results of these changes was the apparent "take over" of all Church management power lines by a very select few. Many of the safeguards that these changes were designed to bring about may have been swept away by the actions of these few individuals at the very top. Whether this "take over" of Church power lines was a part of a long range plan by individuals such as Pat and Ann Broeker, or merely an opportunistic grab for power by these individuals who happened to be in the right place at the right time is not totally clear. In any event, the Church as a whole has suffered greatly in terms of membership, income and credibility through the actions of a few and the inaction of the many.
This background information may provide a few missing pieces as to what has occurred and shed some light on discovering just how deep a whole the top management individuals may have already dug. Given the right individuals, sufficient impetus and dedication, perhaps a way exists to turn the non-optimum events around to a more pro-survival course.
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CORPORATE CHANGES OF 1981
The major international corporate evolution of December 1981 was apparently brought about for several reasons:
1. The Church's tax status in the US was under challenge by the IRS, (specifically the Church of Scientology of California vs. Internal Revenue Service, aka the "IRS '70'72 case") and RRF was a serious threat. (see page ~ )
2. The Church corporation that had the most trouble with the IRS was the Church of Scientology of California (CSC) which included at that time:
WDC & CMO INT. [Watchdog Committee and Commodore Messenger Office International] FLAG LAND BASE GUARDIANS OFFICE U.S. FOLO WUS AOLA ASHO LA ORG SAN FRANCISCO ORG CADET ORG
CSC was far to large (contained too many orgs within it) and unweildy [sic] for one corporation. It was vulnerable to attack by the IRS as there were too many inconsistencies. For example:
a) CSC had been regisered in the UK and was the corporation to which all orgs belonged before REC was started. CSC UK told the Inland Revenue (the UK equivalent of the IRS) that it was a branch of the CSC in the US, in order to not be subject to UK income tax. The US Church told the IRS that CSC UK was a separate corporation and that CSC UK's income was not income to CSC US.(I) This tenuous position could not be maintained.
b) CSC (as Flag) held itself out to be the "Mother Church" at various times. CSC in the PAC area also claimed at times to be the seat of the Mother Church. CSC UK (in England) also held itself out to be the "Mother Church." The Mother Church was simultaneously (1) in England, (2) in the PAC area (CSC), and (3) at Flag (CSC) in Clearwater.
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3. The major damages cases were against CSC. Boston attorney Michael Flynn and others had sued the Church for millions and this was an important factor to consider, since CSC held the majority of the assets of Scientology world wide.
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It was important, therefore, that Scientology be safeguarded on an international basis by:
1. Creating a legally defensible corporate structure. 2. Divesting CSC of the majority of its assets. 3. Setting up senior management bodies outside of CSC so they would be safe. 4. Restructuring international money flow lines to be legally defensible, viable and workable. 5. Handle the matter of RRF.
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In late 1981, therefore, the corporate evolutions activities were given the highest priority, second only to matters that involved LRH personally. WDC and others were very much concerned about the handling of this matter. Much of the work was done by GO legal staff and some GO finance staff as they were the most knowledgable in this area. They were under the direction of WDC and CMO INT personnel who, in most cases, had little or no legal or financial background at all. The legal aspects were well researched, however, as numerous attorneys were hired and consulted to assist in the corporate reorganization. The corporate reorganization, once mapped out, was sectioned out to various teams or missions to get done. Only a very small group of individuals knew the whole picture of what was happening until it was all done. Most of those involved in the corporate changes had no idea of the involvement, activities, or intentions of Pat and Anne Broeker and David Miscavage. It was not until later in 1982 that data concerning the influence of these three individuals started to become public.
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BEFORE THE CORPORATE EVOLUTION OF DECEMBER 1981, THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA CORPORATION INCLUDED THE FOLLOWING ORGS AND UNITS:
WDC WATCHDOG COMMITTEE CMO INT COMODORE'S MESSENGER ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL HKU HOUSE KEEPING UNIT HU HOUSEHOLD UNIT GOLD GOLDEN AREA STUDIOS CMO SU CMO SPECIAL UNIT FSO FLAG SERVICES ORG FLAG ALL OF FLAG LAND BASE INCL. EXEC STRATA AOLA ADVANCED ORGANIZATION LOS ANGELES ASHO AMERICAN SAINT HILL ORGANIZATION LA ORG LOS ANGELES ORGANIZATION SFO SAN FRANSISCO ORGANIZATION FOLO WUS FLAG OPERATIONS LIASON OFFICE WEST US USGO UNITED STATES GUARDIAN OFFICE CEO CADET ESTATES ORG
PRIOR TO THE CORPORATE CHANGES OF DECEMBER 1981, THE MAJOR REPOSITORIES OF CHURCH MONIES (CASH & GOLD) WERE THE FOLLOWING:
U.S. CHURCHES OF SCIENTOLOGY TRUST $ 16,000,000.00 SCIENTOLOGY ENDOWMENT TRUST (SET) 7,000,000.00 RELIGIOUS RESEARCH FOUNDATION (RRF) 45,000,000.00(?) CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA (CSC) 20,000,000.00(?) C OF S RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COLLEGE (REC) 6,000,000.00(?) OPERATION TRANSPORT CORPORATION (OTC) 200,000.00 OTHER ORGS ACCOUNTS 6,000,000.00* (?)
APPROXIMATE TOTAL CHURCH CASH ASSETS: $ 100,200,000.00
(?) QUESTION MARKS INDICATE ROUGH APPROXIMATIONS ONLY. *THIS TOTAL COMES FROM FLAG SOR ACCOUNT SUMMARIES OF DECEMBER 1981 AND MAY NOT HAVE INCLUDED ALL ORG ACCOUNTS INTERNATIONALLY, BUT INCLUDED ALL THE MAJOR ACCOUNTS AND ORG RESERVE ACCOUNTS.
CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL (CSI) CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY FLAG SERVICES ORGANIZATION (C of S FSO) CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF SAN FRANCISCO (C of S SFO) CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF LOS ANGELES (C of S LA) CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY RELIGIOUS TRUST (CSRT) [THE FOLLOWING TWO WERE INCORPORATED A BIT LATER] RELIGIOUS TECHNOLOGY CENTER (RTC) CHURCH OF SPIRITUAL TECHNOLOGY (COST)
LYMAN SPURLOCK (CPA, AND CMO STAFF) STEVE MARLOWE (POSTED AS SPECIAL UNIT I/C, CMO STAFF) TOM SMALL (ATTORNEY) CHRISTOPHER COBB (ATTORNEY)
THERE WERE OTHERS AT INT. LEVEL AND ABOVE WHO WERE ALSO INVOLVED. SCIENTOLOGY MISSIONS INTERNATIONAL (SMI) AND THE WORLD INSTITUTE OF SCIENTOLOGY ENTERPRISES (WISE) WERE ALSO BEING BEEFED UP AT THIS TIME. A SPECIAL MISSION WAS SET UP TO DO THIS UNDER STEVE MARLOWE, MISSION OPS. THE 3 MAIN MISSIONS INVOLVED IN THE CORPORATE REORGANIZATION IN DEC. 1981 WERE SET UP IN LOS ANGELES, FLAG AND AT GOWW [Guardian's Office WorldWide]. STEVE MARLOWE WAS SENIOR MSN OPS FOR ALL THESE. MARLOW REPORTED UPLINES, APPARRENTLY TO TERRY GAMBOA, SPECIAL PROJECT I/C, AND DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY TO DAVID MISCAVAGE.
THE ATTORNEYS AND ATTORNEY FIRMS UTILIZED IN THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE CORPORATE EVOLUTION INCLUDED:
REEVE E. CHUDD ERVIN, COHEN & JESSUP 9401 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD, 9th F1. BEVERLY HILLS, CA [PRELIMINARY RESEARCH]
MEADE EMORY LEON MISTERIK LESOURDE, PATTEN, FLEMMING, HARTUNG, & EMORY SEATTLE, WASH INGTON [CREATION OF CSRT AND ADVICE ON OTHER MATTERS]
CHRISTOPHER COBB [IN-HOUSE CHURCH ATTORNEY, OVERALL CORRDINATION AND ADVICE ON CORPORATE AND TAX MATTERS, IRS CASE ATTORNEY]
LAWRENCE E. MAY VELENSI & ROSE 1880 CENTURY PARK EAST, STE 1518 CENTURY CITY [OVERALL CORPORATE COORDINATION ]
TOM SMALL [LRH MATTERS]
MICHAEL WELLS (formerly with) MORI & OTA 624 S. GRAND AVE. LOS ANGELES [SMI & WISE]
U.S. CHURCHES OF SCIENTOLOGY TRUST $ 16,000,000.00 SCIENTOLOGY ENDOWMENT TRUST (SET) 7,000,000.00 *RELIGIOUS RESEARCH FOUNDATION (RRF) (virtually liquidated) CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA (CSC) (partially divested) **C OF S RELIGIOUS TRUST (CSRT) (??) *** C OF S FLAG SERVICE ORGANIZATION (FSO) ??,000,000.00 **** C OF S RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COLLEGE (REC) 2,000,000.00 (?) OPERATION TRANSPORT CORPORATION (OTC) 200,000.00 OTHER ORGS ACCOUNTS 6,000,000.00 (?)
APPROXIMATE TOTAL CHURCH CASH ASSETS: $ 100,200,000.00
* RRF FUNDS WERE DIVERTED TO OTHER ACCOUNTS, PROBABLY FSO ACCOUNTS, AND IT WAS DECIDED TO LET RRF BECOME COMPLETELY INACTIVE.
** CSRT WAS A NEW TRUST SET UP TO RECEIVE "SOR" PAYMENTS FROM ALL ORGS. CSRT WAS TO THEN FUND THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL (CSI) WHICH WAS THE NEW MANAGEMENT CORPORATE BODY.
*** C OF S FSO WAS INCORPORATED AND WAS THE MAJOR INCOME PRODUCING ORG (FLAG LAND BASE) AND MONIES WERE APPARRENTLY TRANSFERRED TO IT FROM RRF.
**** PAYMENTS FROM MISSIONS TO MOWW (REC) WERE STOPPED. THUS THE REC ACCOUNTS STARTED TO RAPIDLY DWINDLE IN SIZE SINCE MONEY WAS NO LONGER FLOWING INTO THE REC ACCOUNTS, BUT MONEY WAS FLOWING OUT OF IT TO FUND GOWW (GUARDIAN OFFICE WW) AS A MANAGEMENT ORG. GOWW WAS LATER DISBANDED AS A MANAGEMENT BODY, MANY OF ITS FUNCTIONS BEING ASSUMED BY WDC AND ITS "SPECIAL UNIT" STAFF WHICH LATER BECAME EXPANDED INTO O.S.A. (OFFICE OF SPECIAL AFFAIRS).
(?) THE WRITER DOES NOT HAVE THE EXACT DATA AS TO WHERE ALL THE FUNDS WERE TRANSFERRED. HOWEVER, IT IS LIKELY THAT THEY WERE BASICALLY SHIFTED ABOUT IN AND AMONG THE ABOVE REPOSITORIES WITH THE GOAL IN MIND OF LIQUIDATING RRF MONIES AND DIVESTING SOME OF CSC MONIES. CSC WAS ALLOWED TO KEEP SOME FUNDS SINCE IT HAD NUMEROUS LEGAL CASES TO FUND ON A REGULAR BASIS.
RRF was incorporated in Monrovia, Liberia in about 1973. RRF had no offices in Liberia and no staff. The resident agent was an attorney in Liberia who had handled the corporate matters for the Church. The idea for RRF was conceived, apparently, by MSH and others while on the ship. Later, the supervision of its accounts was turned over to the G.O., specifically Herbie Parkhouse -- then the Deputy Guardian for Finance (DGF WW).
RRF was the repository of moneys paid for services at Flag by non-US Scientologists. It was thought, apparently, that the moneys paid to RRF would not be considered income to the ChurCh of Scientology of California and therefore not liable to federal income tax if the Church was found to be not tax exempt.
RRF was monitored almost exclusively by Herbie Parkhouse and one or two of his staff. It was very confidential. Since it had no real existence outside of the bank accounts and substantial sums deposited there, it was often referred to as a "Thetan Corporation."
It is not inconceivable that payments were made to LRH from RRF prior to and during the liquidation period. Documentation to this effect would probably be almost non-existent. Individuals who knew of such transfers first hand would be the only valid source of corroboration. Legal bureau GOWW had almost no data on the status of RRF until about 1980. At that time, an attorney in London (Elwood Rickless, Esq.) was hired by the GO to determine the exact status of RRF as it related to the Church itself. What the GO terminals had in mind was to ensure that RRF was legally defensible, and if not, to recommend legal actions designed to make it so. The results of Rickless's legal analysis showed that RRF was (in his words) "no more than an incorporated bank account of the Church of Scientology of California." He found that RRF would be found to have no real independant legal status in the eyes of the US courts. This in effect meant that the monies in the RRF accounts (which was in the tens of millions of dollars at that time) would be considered taxable income to the CSC by the IRS. Thus, it became a vital task to try and make RRF legally defensible or if that was impossible, to dissolve it and cover the tracks of its existence.
The existence of RRF was kept pretty much out of the public knowledge until about 1982-1983. In 1983, the data concerning the existence of RRF was leaked to the press and an article was published in a Florida newspaper. RRF was not a factor in the recent tax case loss (IRS/CSC) which involved the tax years '70 to '72 since RRF did not come into operation until 1973 or later. RRF monies would be a key point of attack if the IRS challenges CSC on the years after 1973. It is logical to assume that the IRS is actively gathering data on this area already.
As a partial solution to the corporate mess, it was decided to set up a new religious corporation separate from CSC which would house all senior managment bodies. This corporation was to be the Mother Church and was named "Church of Scientology International." It was set up to be neither a service organization (such as AOLA) nor a repository of large reserves (such as CSC had been).
CSI was incorporated in California in December of 1981. CSI was set up to include under its corporate umbrella: WDC & CMO INT LOCATED AT GILMAN HOT SPRINGS, CA HKU & HU INTERNATIONAL RESERVES COMMITTEE LOCATED AT FLAG "MOTHER CHURCH" LOCATED AT FLAG LAND BASE FLAG MANAGEMENT
Originally, it was conceived that all orgs would have a written management agreement with CSI whereby CSI would have the authority to manage the orgs legally, and the orgs would pay a fee for this service. Thus, CSI would be supported by the orgs. This concept went through several modifications. Eventually, a new Trust was set up called the "Church of Scientology Religious Trust" (CSRT) which became the repository of funds sent in by the orgs. The orgs pay weekly to CSRT and CSRT in turn funds CSI (i.e. Church management). CSRT was set up as a non-profit religious trust in about December of 1981. The big push soon came down through the International Finance Network for the orgs to send funds to "SOR" (CSRT) so that management could be funded.
Prior to mid December 1981, FSO was simply an org within the corporate structure of CSC. It was decided to spit FSO off and make it a separate corporation. The "Church of Scientology of California Flag Service Organization" was incorporated in about December 1981. It was considered important to have FSO separate from CSC since it was the largest income producing org on the planet.
BPI (formerly a part of CSC called "Pubs U.S.") was set up as a profit making corporation prior to the corporate changes of December 1981. A separate mission had been fired to do this. BPI is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Church of Scientology of California. It was set up as a profit corp. ostensibly to facilitate royalty payments to LRH. BPI was the source of many problems. Management (WDC & CMO INT) wanted to run BPI directly and tightly, just like an org.
They (management) wanted to pay the BPI staff S.O. pay only. BPI staff were legally entitled to minimum wage and overtime pay for hours over 40. CMO INT Management apparently would not hear of this despite the advice of legal staff and the church attorneys. There were times during 1981, 1982 & 1983 when BPI staff were paid less than minimum wage, and not paid for the overtime they were forced to work. BPI records were apparently falsified to hide this fact. Ex-BPI staff filed complaints with the labor board which later flapped. Such complaints may or may not be public record. BPI may or may not have totally cleaned up its act since then.
BPI was also allowed to demand that orgs buy certain quanities of books from them. BPI also had in its possession various checkbooks of different orgs and would write checks on them to BPI accounts for books.
International church management (WDC & above) wanted complete control over all Church reserve funds on an international basis. This included "Int. reserves" or "SOR" as well as org reserves held in overseas bank accounts. Legally, each org's board of directors (i.e. each local church corporation) was responsible for the supervision and handling of its own reserves and monies. To hold out to the IRS that each church is a separate entity and at the same time have one body at management level controling all the reserves of all the churches is of course an untennable position.
To handle this, an "International Reserves Committee" was to be set up. It was to be located at Flag and was to be Given a meeting space and support by CSI. This committee would be composed of one representative from each of the major "money pools" or reserve accounts in the United States. The major money pools were conceived to be CSC, FSO, and a representative from each of the three trusts: US Churches Trust, Scientology Endowment Trust, and the Church of Scientology Religious Trust.
A "Reserves Committee" was in fact set up but it is doubtful if it ever acted as a true committee. Wendle Reynolds, as International Financial Dictator, was given complete control of Int. money lines under orders and authority of WDC for Reserves. Orgs were instructed by management to draft corporate board minutes in which their directors/officers appointed Wendle Reynolds as their representative on the Reserves Committee and essentially empower him to invest the org's funds as he saw fit.
Theoretically, each of the three Trusts was also to appoint a representative to the Reserves Committee. In the case of a trust, it is the trustees that are ultimately responsible for safeguarding the funds of the trust. This legal safeguard may have been seriously abused by current management from 1982 to the present by unwise money transfers and expenditures. The writer has insufficient data to hand to give specifics at this time.
REC is incorporated in Adelaide, Australia. It is registered as a foreign corporation in England and is the corporation to which all the orgs in England belonged (e.g., GOWW, MOWW, GOUK, AOSHUK, LONDON ORG were part of REC). The main REC accounts were monies from Scientology Missions which sent regular payments to WW. As of December 1981, after the corporate changes, GOWW no longer received money from the Mission Network and in effect it's lifeline was cut off. As of January 1982, REC accounts has less than $2,000,000.00 and were being depleted fast with no new money comming in. This was probably one of the key factors in the abolishment of the GOWW as an entity, i.e. it could no longer be financially supported, especially with the ever increasing monetary drain from CMO INT & WDC management level which had been expanding at a rapid rate. The Church's tax & corporate attorney (Chris Cobb) noted seriously (Dec. '81 - Jan. '82) that there was insufficient money coming in to adequately fund all the senior management bodies simultaneously.
PROBABLE INVALIDATION OF LEGAL SAFEGUARDS BY CURRENT MANAGEMENT WHAT TO LOOK FOR:
BRIDGE PUBLICATIONS. Current management has sought to control BPI and run it much like an S.O. activity, rather than a profit making corporation.[Questions and Comments]
ADMINISTRATION OF THE TRUSTS. Irregularities in the administration of the three trusts - Scientology Endowment Trust (SET), Church of ScientoloGy Religious Trust (CSRT), and U.S. Churches of Scientology Trust.
- Possible irregularities in the appointment and/or removal of the Trustees.
- Undue control over trust monies and expenditures by the Int Finance Dictator and WDC.
- Improper expenditures from the trusts, i.e. expenditures of funds for non-exempt purposes or to individuals or to entities other than the prescribed beneficiaries.
- Undocumented or insufficiently documented expenditures of trust monies.
- Improper administration of accounts. Note: In the IRS 70-72 case decision, the judge referred to the U.S. Churches Trust as a "bogus trust." (See IRS decision)[Questions and Comments]
3. IMPROPER ADMINISTRATION OF ORG RESERVE ACCOUNTS. The Int. finance dictator may have abused his authority in the handling of orG reserve funds includinG FSO accounts.
4. TRANSFERS OF FUNDS TO PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS. Transfers of Church funds for the benefit of private individuals. E.G., mission expenses being disbursed from CSI accounts through the treasury dept. at Int. (Gilman Hot Springs) 1981-1982 for the benefit of private individuals (Miscavage?,Brokers?)
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5. IRREGULARITIES IN CORPORATE BOARD APPOINTMENTS. Possible irregularities in the appointment and removal of VotinG Members, Board Members, and Officers of the key Church Corporations - COST, RTC, ASI (AUTHOR SERVICES), CSI, FSO, and CSC. Negligence of corporate responsiblity, breach of fiduciary duty, etc.
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THERE ARE PROBABLY MANY, MANY OTHER STRINGS TO BE PULLED.
INDIVIDUALS WITH POSSIBLE FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE OF THESE MATTERS:
APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES & VOTING MEMBERS, ETC. : DAVID MISCAVAGE STEVE MARLOWE RTC MARK YAEGER CO CMO INT WDC CHAIRMAN JOHN NELSON EX-CO CMO INT EX-WDC CHAIRMAN
RRF LIQUIDIATION AND OTHER ACCOUNT TRANSFERS: NIGEL OAKS INT. FINANCE NETWORK
EXPENDITURES FROM TRUSTS AND ORG RESERVES: WENDLE REYNOLDS INT. FINANCE N/W (?) (?)WDC FOR RESERVES SET UP OF RTC, COST, AND AUTHOR SERVICES : LYMAN SPURLOCK COST NORMAN STARKY TERRY GAMBOA VICKIE AZNERAN DAVID MISCAVAGE
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PAYMENTS TO INDIVIDUALS (MISCAVAGE) FROM CHURCH ACCOUNTS: PAST TREASURY OFF. PERSONNEL AT INT. MANAGEMENT
ORGANIZATIONAL CHART - RTC AND RELATED ORGANIZATIONS
Agent for service: RTC Sherman D. Lenske Vicki Aznaran - CEO 6400 Canoga Ave..#315. Warren McShane - Sec Woodland Hills CA 91967 Jesse Prince - ClrO I I I I Agent for serivce: CSI Christopher Cobb Heber Jentszch - CEO 1051 Noodbury Road Marlene Parodi - Sec Altadena, CA 91001 Alfred Crivelo - CFO I i Agent for service: CSC, Rhea Smith Kathleen Gorgon - CEO 1301 N. Catalina Ave. Gail Armstrong - Sec Los Angeles, CA 90027 Rhea Smith - CFO
Other California Churches - AOLA, AS, LA Org, SF Org, SB Org.
C: ORGANIZATIONAL CHART - ASI AND SUPER-CHURCH STRUCTURE I Agent for service: ASI, Norman Starkey Norman Starkey CEO 6464 Sunset Blv,,4900, Barbara DaCelie - Sec Los Angeles, CA John A~cock - CFO (above address is ASI) Agent for seravce: COST, Sherman Lenske Lyman Spurlock - CEO 6400 Canoga Ave. Leo Johnson - Sec Hoodl&nd Hills, CA Nancy O'Meara - CFO Notes: Lyman Spurlock lists his address as: 6464 Sunset El., LA (ASI) Johnson and O'Heara list their address as: 5265 Fountain Ave., LA (CSC)
Agent for service: BRIDGE PUBS, Keith True David Peters - CEO 1414 N. Cata~lna St. Barbara Ballentine Los Angeles, CA 90027 Sec.- CFO Board of Directors: David Peters Julie Goodman Chris Rove
ACTUAL OR ASSUMED COMMAND LINES AND "MONEY TO LRH" LINES
[Editor's Note - I include this merely to keep the document in its original form; due to the quality of the original scan, I fear this chart is virtually unsalvageable as an illustration of the internal organization of the CoS.]
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ADDITIONAL CORPORATE AND FINANCIAL FRAUD RESOURCE DOCUMENTS:
Toby Plevin has a collection of documents and other sources that also may help focus the investigation into the fastest and most fruitful areas. She, like the other contact personalities mentioned in this document will no doubt have much to add to the networking process. Toby's Key Documents listed with her index numbers are: 1.) Scientology structure '84, (D-89). 2.) John Atack, Write up on unity of control, (D-95). 3.) Miscavige's illegal investments and control of Scientology assets, (D-96). 4.) Various documents on command channels and unit.y of control, (D-100, 101). 5.) Vicky Azneran on unity of control, (E-2). 6.) Bill Franks statement, (E-58 K-23). 7.) Homer Schomer statement, (E-69 K-21). 8.) Armstrong Declaration of 12, May 1983, where Miscavige controls through fake Hubbard Signatures, (E-93). 9.) Corporate Shield, Alter Ego, Common control, (K-58). 10.) Don tarson on the use of fair game, (coercion,) to extract money and signatures of the new reorganized church bylaws, (E-28). 11.) Also see an information pack put out by Scientology on its own command lines that she has.
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