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Henning Heldt, 1945-2020: Scientology's 1970s spymaster went to prison for L. Ron Hubbard - 2020-01-07

F347.png Henning Heldt, 1945-2020: Scientology's 1970s spymaster went to prison for L. Ron Hubbard January 7, 2020, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

The Underground Bunker has learned that 1970s Scientology spymaster Henning Heldt, the target of one of the largest raids in FBI history, died Sunday of cancer. He was 74.

When the FBI raided Scientology on July 8, 1977 in Washington DC and Los Angeles, one of its main targets was Henning Heldt's office on the sixth floor of Fifield Manor, the building that so many Los Angeles 101 Freeway drivers today know as the Hollywood Celebrity Centre.

Heldt was the target because the FBI's witness, former Scientology spy Michael Meisner, told them that it was in Heldt's office that key evidence of Scientology's years-long infiltration of US federal government offices, and the theft of thousands of sensitive documents, would be found.

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{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Henning Heldt, 1945-2020: Scientology's 1970s spymaster went to prison for L. Ron Hubbard | url = https://tonyortega.org/2020/01/07/henning-heldt-1945-2019-scientologys-1970s-spymaster-went-to-prison-for-l-ron-hubbard/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = January 7, 2020 | accessdate = January 7, 2020 }}