Chris Shelton on the origins of Scientology's notorious 'Fair Game' policy - 2014-04-28

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F347.png Chris Shelton on the origins of Scientology's notorious 'Fair Game' policy April 28, 2014, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

We have Chris Shelton's next video, and we really like the way he traces the origins of Scientology's notorious retaliation policy of "Fair Game" back to L. Ron Hubbard's 1959 "Manual of Justice."

As usual, Chris does an excellent job connecting the dots to illuminate a subject we thought we already knew well. And he's right, Hubbard's paranoia of the late 1950s can be seen clearly in the way current Scientology leader David Miscavige subjected his former lieutenant, Marty Rathbun, to years of bizarre surveillance and harassment in the last several years — more than 50 years after Hubbard first began to put these ideas into practice.

Also, we're glad he brought up Scientology's master spies — Paul Marrick and Greg Arnold — who followed Pat Broeker for 24 years before they were fired and then sued the church. For just one 24-hour period, Marrick and Arnold told their story, and we were fortunate to be with them in Texas at the time. If you haven't yet read our story about that experience, we highly recommend it.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Chris Shelton on the origins of Scientology's notorious 'Fair Game' policy | url = https://tonyortega.org/2014/04/28/chris-shelton-on-the-origins-of-scientologys-notorious-fair-game-policy/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = April 28, 2014 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}