|“||Blow Drill – Similar to a fire drill, a blow drill is called when someone leaves the Int Base without authorization. This could be from someone escaping over the perimeter fence or found to be missing at one of the regular musters or roll calls that are held throughout the day to account for all staff. Several staff are dispatched to bus stations, airports, local hotels, etc. to locate the person. Major airline flight records are searched for tickets being purchased under the staff member’s name and the person is generally hunted down until “recovered” or they have been declared officially blown and not able to be found. Blow drills have taken anywhere from 3 hours to 3 weeks, and involves anywhere from 20 to 50 staff. Mostly this depends on how and why the person blew and what the risk is to let them leave versus their necessity to be gotten back to the property.||”|
—Marc Headley, Blown for Good
Pages in category "Blow Drill"
The following 28 pages are in this category, out of 28 total.
- FBI investigates Church of Scientology over claims of human trafficking, enslavement and violence - 2011-02-07
- Forced abortions, beatings, and sleep deprivation: The FBI on Scientology's Sea Org - 2017-05-04
- FORMER SCIENTOLOGY SPOKESMAN TOMMY DAVIS SUBPOENAED BY MONIQUE RATHBUN - 2013-10-02
- Blog: Freedom of Speech, Religion and Conscience - 2012-03-04
- From Scientology's files - 2009-10-31
- Blog: Scientology Daily Digest: Thursday, November 7, 2013 - 2013-11-07
- Scientology Dramaturgy: Commenters of the Week! - 2012-02-11
- Scientology's bizarre international base and its near-prison life: A Marc Headley classic - 2018-05-11
- Scientology's response - 2009-11-01
- Scientology, in forced-abortion case: We treat people no worse than the Catholic Church does - 2016-01-28
- Sinar Parman, 1954-2017: Chef to Scientology's celebs who escaped to dish on L. Ron Hubbard - 2017-11-18