Former Scientology executive claims abusive treatment from church leader; Church denies her claims - 2012-02-15

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F0.png Former Scientology executive claims abusive treatment from church leader; Church denies her claims February 15, 2012, Marc Brown, ABC News

Debbie Cook, a former Scientology executive, is being sued for breach of contract for criticizing the church in an email after she signed an agreement promising to remain silent. Last week, she took the stand in a San Antonio courthouse and testified about what she said happened on the property near Hemet in trailers she called "The Hole."

"There's a place called 'The Hole,' the windows were barred, the one entrance was guarded by security 24 hours a day," she said on the witness stand.

For 17 years, Cook was Captain of the church's Flag Service Organization, which is Scientology's spiritual Mecca in Clearwater, Fla.


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