Scientology's reclusive 'president,' 82-year-old Heber Jentzsch, tells a niece he's doing fine - 2018-05-14
But she's suspicious about it.
Heber Jentzsch is a major name in Scientology. In the 1980s, church leader David Miscavige named Jentzsch to the post of "president" of the Church of Scientology International. It was largely a ceremonial position — Miscavige maintains absolute rule of the entire Scientology movement and all of its many entities through his position as Chairman of the Board of the Religious Technology Center and captain of the Sea Organization — but Jentzsch became a well-known figure largely because he was so accessible to the press.