Inside Jesse Prince's book about Scientology: Doing L. Ron Hubbard's dirty work - 2018-09-29
We told you a couple of weeks ago how much we enjoyed Jesse Prince's book The Expert Witness: My Life At The Top Of Scientology, and now it's your turn to get a glimpse of it for yourself. Our thanks to Jesse for allowing us to reproduce this excerpt. It takes place a couple of years after Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard had gone into permanent seclusion in February 1980. After that, as Jesse explains in his book, Scientology was run by Hubbard through "advices" he sent out from his hiding place to his lieutenants Pat Broeker and David Miscavige, who were gaining power because of their control of information.
I had been David Miscavige's Auditor for most of 1982. We established that relationship at the behest of Annie Broeker, presumably by order of L Ron. We had gone out and accomplished a mission together that was an instant financial success. This was accomplished by summoning all Scientology and Dianetics Mission Holders doing business on the US west coast to a meeting at an expensive hotel located in downtown San Francisco. They were told to make sure they traveled with their main business bank account checkbooks. These were people of means and had made a successful career of getting new people into Scientology and extracting their money for Scientology courses and auditing.
Instead of appreciating the work these Mission Holders were doing and the money they were sending to our reserves, we robbed them on sight, and that's a fact. We even videotaped our gangster activity as proof to show L Ron we did as he instructed. We brought L Ron's lawyer Larry Heller to scare the crap out of the Mission Holders to make them think they were going to jail for criminal negligence of our trademarks! We robbed the Mission Holders using our E-meters instead of guns.