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Wikileaks: Scientology's Secret Prison System

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posted on Aug, 14 2008 @ 02:24 PM
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Wikileaks: Scientology's Secret Prison System


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Leaked document sheds new light on Scientology's secret prison system

From Ask the Scientologist — a publication by Scientology victims.
Tuesday July 28, 2008
Very recently, the basic Scientology RPF (Rehabilitation Project Force) documents have been leaked.
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posted on Aug, 14 2008 @ 02:24 PM
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Description (as provided by the original submitter)

1. These images have not ever been publicly released before. A 1974 version is already on Wikileaks; this is the current edition as of 2008.

2. It proves that the Church of Scientology is continuing to operate punishment prison camps for those it deems to be of treacherous intent or who have displeased management.

3. Audience? Federal authorities, worldwide Scientology critics and human rights advocates will be interested in seeing these.

4. These are photos of the documents taken covertly from inside a cult facility, not scans of originals. Ex-Scientologists at forum.exscn.net, as well as www.exscientologykids.com can confirm veracity of the contents.

5. Concerned members of the Scientology Organization smuggled these images out to members of "Anonymous" in order to expose the continued use of punishment camps within the cult of Scientology.

6. Urgency? No particular urgency. These documents have already been put in the hands of numerous authorities within and without the USA.
OSA - how's that witness protection program looking now?


Well, who knows how true this, but it is clearly against the law.

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posted on Aug, 14 2008 @ 02:44 PM
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If I were the administrator of the Wikileaks web server I would anticipate a DoS attack about now.



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