Scientology posts the (nearly) full deposition of reclusive 'Justice Chief' Mike Ellis - 2015-03-06
Mike Ellis (Photo by Doug Owens) Our fevered brain is still keeping us hunkered down in the Bunker. The cats are mixing up some nasty-smelling elixirs they swear will make us well. We think they just enjoy seeing us suffer.
Anyway, we only have energy for another short post today, and we apologize if it only appeals to the truly hardcore in the Scientology watching community. But we understand that for many former members of the Church of Scientology, there's a big fascination for a man named Mike Ellis, who holds the position of "International Justice Chief" of the Church of Scientology International.
When a member is "declared" a "suppressive person" — excommunicated, essentially — all other members of Scientology have to cut off all ties to the "SP" or risk being declared suppressive themselves. By Scientology policy, the only person an SP can communicate with in the church is the International Justice Chief, or one of his "continental" subordinates.