Jefferson Hawkins finishes off our series on Scientology ethics with a reprieve - 2014-01-30

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F347.png Jefferson Hawkins finishes off our series on Scientology ethics with a reprieve January 30, 2014, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Jefferson Hawkins was once the top marketing executive for the Church of Scientology and helped it reach its greatest extent with the famous "volcano" TV ads in the 1980s. He's told his tale of getting into and out of the church with his excellent books Counterfeit Dreams and Leaving Scientology, and he's helping us understand the upside-down world of Scientology "ethics."

Jeff, you've really done a great job educating us about Scientology's system of ethics in this series. We hate to see it wind down.

JEFFERSON: Well, at last we have come to the end of the Introduction to Scientology Ethics book. The last chapter is called "Conduct of Justice and Forms of Redress." It's all about the forms of recourse that Scientologists have if faced with any injustice in Scientology. I imagine these things were written when Hubbard was in a benign mood or when there had been an obvious miscarriage of justice.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Jefferson Hawkins finishes off our series on Scientology ethics with a reprieve | url = https://tonyortega.org/2014/01/30/jefferson-hawkins-finishes-off-our-series-on-scientology-ethics-with-a-reprieve/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = January 30, 2014 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}