WATCH: California candidate stunned when he's outed as Scientology spy at City Council meeting - 2016-09-16
Lombard said she and Bock, who has not made a secret of his Scientologist views, went one Saturday morning in 2008 to Choquette's home, where they handed out fliers warning his neighbors about him and told police he was a terrorist after officers responded to a complaint.
"I was truly thinking that day that I was doing a good thing, because I believed everything my church told me," Lombard said. "Little did I know I was being lied to."
She said Choquette had gone to great lengths to keep his address and other aspects of his personal life private, but Scientologist spies under the direction of Clif Miller had spent months tracking the critic, who went by the name AnonOrange.