Former Scientology film crew member describes surveillance activities in Ingleside on the Bay - 2011-08-06

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F359.png Former Scientology film crew member describes surveillance activities in Ingleside on the Bay August 6, 2011, Mark Collette, Corpus Christi Caller-Times

"He had like a control station, like a war room," Leahy said. "Laptops, GPS's, paperwork. He's on the phone saying I need to order 55 more Squirrel Busters hats. He was constantly on the phone to people in Los Angeles."

In the room, Leahy grew increasingly worried with what he saw. He wondered why he had been allowed into this inner circle. But he tried to stay calm and buddy up to the group. He asked Statter about the overall goal.

"Dave flat-out said our goal is to make Marty's life a living hell," Leahy said. "That's a quote. He never said 'stalk,' but he said make Marty's life a living hell with every means possible of impeding his everyday living, and make it so miserable for him and his neighbors that his neighbors will want him to move."

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{{cite news | first = Mark | last = Collette | title = Former Scientology film crew member describes surveillance activities in Ingleside on the Bay | url = https://www.caller.com/news/2011/aug/06/former-scientology-film-crew-member-describes-in/ | work = Corpus Christi Caller-Times | date = August 6, 2011 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}