Church of Scientology intelligence officers in the 1970s were "complete ... - 1992-04-28

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F94.png Church of Scientology intelligence officers in the 1970s were "complete ... April 28, 1992, Paul Moloney, Toronto Star

"Within Scientology, we were completely indoctrinated and did believe that everything we did was 100 per cent right. Our minds were completely altered," Bryan Levman told an Ontario Court, general division, jury.

In the mid-1960s [L. Ron Hubbard], who died in 1986, said "enemies of Scientology are fair game and we can do anything we want to them," said Levman, who joined in 1968.


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