Ex-officer says Scientology policy didn't match directive - 2009-11-01

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F7.png Ex-officer says Scientology policy didn't match directive November 1, 2009, Joe Childs, Tampa Bay Times

Marty Rathbun said he participated in a criminal act to protect the church against a possible security breach.

Longtime executive Terri Gamboa and her husband, Fernando, abandoned their posts in January 1990, setting off what Rathbun called a "seven-alert fire."

Terri Gamboa was executive director of Author Services Inc., the independent corporation set up by founder L. Ron Hubbard to control rights to his intellectual properties.

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{{cite news | first = Joe | last = Childs | author2 = Thomas C. Tobin | title = Ex-officer says Scientology policy didn't match directive | url = http://www.tampabay.com/news/scientology/article1048114.ece | work = Tampa Bay Times | date = November 1, 2009 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}