Chased by their church: When you try to leave Scientology, they try to bring you back - 2009-10-31

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F7.png Chased by their church: When you try to leave Scientology, they try to bring you back October 31, 2009, Joe Childs, Tampa Bay Times

Mike Rinder, the church's former intelligence chief, said his department sometimes tracked runaways by getting into their credit card or bank accounts.

The account numbers came from Morehead, whose guards opened every piece of mail at the base, logging staff financial information as they went. Morehead said Sea Org members were told their personal correspondence was examined for security reasons. He said they were not told this included financial information.

"Except for the upper, upper executives, there wasn't a base staff member who I didn't have a bank account number on, a credit card number, social security number and date of birth, phone numbers, you name it, I had it all," Morehead said.

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