The Mosey Rathburn lawsuit is bringing up some interesting questions about how Co$ operates. One of the things noticed is the questionable use of private investigators in the state of Texas. Ironically, the PI industry is strictly regulated across the country, and it appears that many of these private investigators hired by CO$ are violating the regulations. They even have the audacity to hire and use private investigators in questionable ways, while currently being sued. https://whyweprotest.net/community/...uit-against-cos-for-harassment.113178/page-31 - Mike Bennitt, an ex-Scientologist who has been filming proceedings, reports that he’s now being tailed by private investigators, and two local reporters are also being surveilled Co$ is real big in hiring PIs to do its dirty cult work. Yet are they doing this legally? It would be luzy if they got into more trouble about the use of the PIs while being sued for harassment from their last use of a PI. It would also remove one of the cults few weapons from its arsenals. But do we have enough information on their use of PIs to be able to do anything? Here are some regulations to give people an idea of what CO$ may be doing wrong: state government regulations http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/OC/htm/OC.1702.htm industry regulations http://www.tali.org/code-of-ethics: http://www.ipiu.org/forums/showthread.php?3558-PI-LICENSING-Texas Even if they are not breaking the law, TALI, may be very annoyed at CO$ and the investigators they hired, and do something about it if we could bring them some information. quotes from the Texas association of licensed investigators To conduct all aspects of investigation within the bounds of legal, moral and professional ethics. To apprise clients against any illegal or unethical activities and to cooperate with law enforcement or other governmental agencies, as required by law.