Scientology in Ireland: 'a spy network setting honey traps' - 2016-10-15

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F295.png Scientology in Ireland: 'a spy network setting honey traps' October 15, 2016, Mario Daneels, Irish Times

The Church of Scientology opens a national affairs office at 4 Merrion Square today, making Dublin only the second city in the world, after Washington, DC, to have such a presence.

The new office is said to house five permanent staff from the Sea Org, Scientology's elite group, whose members sign billion-year contracts pledging future lifetimes to advancing their religion.

There will also be five permanent members of the Office of Special Affairs, which manages several of the church's front groups but is perhaps best known for managing its intelligence-gathering and lobbying operations.


{{cite news | first = Mario | last = Daneels | title = Scientology in Ireland: 'a spy network setting honey traps' | url = http://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/religion-and-beliefs/scientology-in-ireland-a-spy-network-setting-honey-traps-1.2827288 | work = Irish Times | date = October 15, 2016 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}