Scientology's Secret Vaults: A Rare Interview With a Former Member of Hush-Hush "CST" - 2012-02-06

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F11.png Scientology's Secret Vaults: A Rare Interview With a Former Member of Hush-Hush "CST" February 6, 2012, Tony Ortega, Runnin' Scared, Village Voice

"I was in international management and the Watchdog Committee for 20 years, and I never knew where CST was, the whole time," says Amy Scobee, a former high-ranking church official.

"CST was very hush-hush. Even among the Int staff, it wasn't well known. Anyone coming from CST, it was very sensitive," says Gary Morehead, who was chief of security at Int Base and oversaw the interrogation of executives who had gone awry. He had to sign a bond promising that he'd keep confidential anything that came out in those interrogations, which are known as "sec-checking." When it came to CST executives, however, Morehead says he had to sign a second bond.


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