Wikileaks exposes Scientology's zeal to 'clean up rotten spots of society' - 2008-03-12

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F28.png Wikileaks exposes Scientology's zeal to 'clean up rotten spots of society' March 12, 2008, Dan Goodin, The Register

At one point, the documents provide instructions, along with frequent flyer phone numbers for major airlines, so investigators can obtain the travel itineraries of enemies by calling pretending to inquire about their current status. At another, they name some 7,000 organizations and individuals who are "suppressive persons and suppressive groups."

"The purpose of the Department of Special Affairs is to accomplish total acceptance of Scientology and its Founder throughout the area," the documents explain. "Finally, the Department of Special Affairs takes responsibility for cleaning up the rotten spots of society in order to create a safer and saner environment for Scientology expansion and for all mankind."

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{{cite news | first = Dan | last = Goodin | title = Wikileaks exposes Scientology's zeal to 'clean up rotten spots of society' | url = https://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/03/12/wikileaks_scientology_documents/ | work = The Register | date = March 12, 2008 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}