Scientology's Concentration Camp: Where Can Miscavige Put "The Hole" Now? - 2012-03-27

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F11.png Scientology's Concentration Camp: Where Can Miscavige Put "The Hole" Now? March 27, 2012, Tony Ortega, Runnin' Scared, Village Voice

Soter's second claim is some kind of semantic gamesmanship: at least half a dozen former Scientologists have come forward to speak publicly about -- or, in Debbie Cook's case, testify under oath to -- the existence of "the Hole," a frightening office-prison where 60 to 100 out-of-favor church executives were held day and night under guard, from at least 2004 to 2010.

Soter's first claim is more interesting. If "the Hole" no longer exists, we've been wondering where else such a large number of prisoners could be held at "Int Base," Scientology's 700-acre compound near Hemet, about 90 miles east of Los Angeles.


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