Even the local Scientology mission is hiding a horror show of abuse: Kelly Jordan tells her tale - 2016-11-18

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F347.png Even the local Scientology mission is hiding a horror show of abuse: Kelly Jordan tells her tale November 18, 2016, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

We noticed Tim DeWall made an interesting comment at his Facebook page about a new set of people coming out of Scientology and reaching out to him and his wife, Sylvia. You may remember the story we did about the DeWalls, and the audiotape that recorded the moment Sylvia was learning that a young ethics officer at the Flag Land Base planned to have her declared a "suppressive person," forcing her to cut off all of her relationships with other church members.

We told Tim we'd be interested to hear from any of the new people who have contacted them. So Tim introduced us to Kelly Jordan. Kelly lives in Sarasota after leaving her job at Scientology's Clearwater mission eight years ago. What follows is the Facebook messenger conversation we had, edited only a little for clarity.

I was on staff at the Clearwater mission for 14 years and it was pretty horrible. I left in 2008. I live in Sarasota now, I have a very good life. Mostly I just feel really stupid for sticking around so long. During my time in Scientology there was quite a bit of what I would consider to be emotional abuse, not to mention financial instability in the extreme.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Even the local Scientology mission is hiding a horror show of abuse: Kelly Jordan tells her tale | url = https://tonyortega.org/2016/11/18/sea-org-hours-at-a-local-scientology-mission-kelly-jordan-tells-us-her-tale/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = November 18, 2016 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}