Big List of THOUSANDS of Exes Who Have Spoken Out

Discussion in 'Projects' started by RightOn, Jun 26, 2009.

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  1. RightOn Member

    For some reason, I thought this was already done?
    This would be excellent!
  2. RightOn Member

    can anyone confirm Meisha Yuri?
    they have a blog, she or he talks about Scientology, and said they have left the Freezone and that auditing does not help them. :)
    Someone who woke up completely! yay!!!!!
    This person also has an entry on the blog about Pyschs not being bad.
    Can not find this person in COS completions and need to confirm this name
    the blog:
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  3. Anonymous Member

    I wouldn't mind namefagging myself, but my family would make my life miserable. Seriously miserable.

    Apologies, not trying to sound like a troll. Just frustrated.
  4. RightOn Member

    When you come to the point where it is safe for you to come forward, the list will be waiting for you :)
    Don't compromise your quality of life or family relations to be on it.
    You will know when the time is right.
    baby steps my dear
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  5. ^^QFT Bringing down the cult is important, but not so important you have Squirrel buster-esq harassment.
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  6. Zhongjianren Member

    Thomas Franks

    Comment on Marty's blog.
  7. RightOn Member

    ^^^^ Thomas Franks is not in the COS data base, or anywhere else. Can you find him? Is there another confirmation of his name?
    Can't go by the name he uses on a blog.
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  9. TrevAnon Member

    A Jana Jacobi wrote a German book about her stay in the cult, "Ein Blick hinter die Kulissen".

    However I cannot find her in completions. Maybe a German Anon can help us out?

    Did find this short German description:
    Google Translation:
  10. TrevAnon Member

    Another one I found is Jeannette Schweitzer, she wrote "Der Apparat, Meine Jahre bei Scientology. Ein Erfahrungsbericht".
    and again Google translation:

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  14. TrevAnon Member

    Sorry, I missed that. :(
  15. RightOn Member

    no problem.
    the best way to check for a name on the wiki is to hit Control "f" and then type the name or cut and paste the name into the box and then hit enter and it will tell you if the name is on there or not :)
  16. Anonymous Member

    At least you helped drive the booklist over 60 :)
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  17. Anonymous Member

    Can anyone figure out what Robert's last name is in this interview video (20 seconds in)?

    It sounds like it starts with "Fr" and ends in "d" but even that could be wrong.
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  18. RightOn Member

    ^^^ sounds like Robert Freid
    I found this:

    Robert Freid. Rosemarie Freihoff. Kim April Freire. Tony Freire. Mario Freiria. Joyce French ... Scientology Expo | Scientology Missions | Scientology: Anti-Drug | | Scientology ...

    But I don't know if it is the same person
    not is COS data base with that spelling
    he would be listed as Chicago org staff no?
    Maybe Dogstar7 can confrim his name too?
  19. TrevAnon Member

    ^^ scilon site?
  20. RightOn Member

    sorry didn't know it was clickable. duh! it was just a cut and paste from the page, I edited
  21. Zhongjianren Member

    Ron Ubaghs
    Primary WWP thread:
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  26. moarxenu Member

    Paul Salerno is a member of Anon, but I don't think he has ever been a scilon.
  27. RightOn Member

    Chad Braunersrither- can anyone confirm this guy?
    says he was in the Sea Org on Marty's blog in a comment, can not confirm in COS data bank or anywhere else.
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  30. Anonymous Member

    ^^^^^ simply googled Braunersrither scientology and there they were. He also has a facebook account.

    Anyway. I went through the notes in Jane Reitmans Inside Scientology to find if there were any names not already on the list. For most of them Reitman has no literal citation but speaking to a journalist seems to me as a no-no for scientologists. I found five more names.

    Sandra Mercer, "a longtime Scientologist and onetime church staff member" (p. 384). Mercer was also a key source of information about WISE, the experience of working for a WISE company, and the FSM program (p 398), and for Scientology's infiltration of Clearwater (p. 400).

    Jim Dinalci, p 70. ""After drugs comes Scientology". Recollection by the ex-Scientologist Jim Dinalci of a poster he saw near the University of California Berkeley, circa 1969, told to me in an interview, September 20, 2007." P. 387.

    Gale Irwin, Julie Holloway. "With regard to Hubbard's years at the Winter Headquarters ranch and in hiding in Sparks, I relied primarily on interviews with former Messengers Gale Irwin, DeDe Reisdorf, and Julie Holloway, and former Sea Org members Sinar Parman and Dan Koon." P. 392. Irwin and Holloway were also used as sources on DM's rise to power. P 393.

    Jason Knapmeyer. "For the saga of the McPherson family's quest for the truth, I relied upon the CPD files, and for insight and background on David Miscavige and his handling of the case, I relied on personal interviews with numerous former Scientologists, notably Don Jason, Tom De Vocht, Jason Knapmeyer, Marc and Claire Headley, and Stefan and Tanja Castle." P 402. Knaypmeyer was also used as a source for the chapter about Int (p. 409).
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  31. TrevAnon Member

    Oops, that was me. ^^^^^^

  32. RightOn Member

    very cool!!! WOW!!!

    Dinalci is already on
  33. Anonymous Member

    Don't know if mentioned already on previous pages, but Sandra Mercer is a pseudonym.
  34. RightOn Member

    thanks for the heads up!
    So Wikiers do not add Sandra Mercer
  35. TrevAnon Member

    I cannot find a reference in Reitmans book that says so, while she does say "While this book relies almost wholly on names sources, there were a few people who, fearing retribution against themselves and their family members still in Scientology, requested I give them pseudonyms or total anonymity. Those few cases are clearly identified." (P. 372)

    So my question is: dox please?
  36. Anonymous Member

    Trev, I looked it up, but only because I think you're a great guy. Page 185.
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  37. Anonymous Member

    Gale Reisdorf, took over her sister's place as Commanding Officer CMO before for a short time before purgen together, Page 135-137 in Reitman's "Inside Scientology" (no link available).
  38. Anonymous Member

    Julie Holloway, mentioned in Inside Scientology, page 155. I can't find another mention of her in the book.
  39. Anonymous Member

    Crap. Gale Irwin is Gale Reisdorf.
  40. RightOn Member

    ahhhhh yup it happens!
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