I just watched an IAS promo video posted less than two months ago on YouTube (IAS 2012 now welcomes black people) and in additon to the usual non-celebrity, celebrity performers there were the few recognizable ones. I saw Chick Corea play a little piano and then was unpleasantly astonished when I saw who I thought to be Stanley Clarke on acoustic bass. At the end of the video they listed credits in the form of named polaroids, and sure enough it was Stanley Clarke. As a teenaged progressive jazz geek in the days of vinyl, those "thanks to LRH" statements on the back covers of his, Chick's, and RTF albums was what got me interested in $cientology in the first place. I always thought that Stanley had left way back in the early 80's (if not sooner), and have read threads on this site that state his leaving RTF had something to do with his leaving $cientology. I can't see how someone who has been out for around 30 years could get back in. I never heard anything about Stanley being a critic and just figured he was one of those ex-Scilons who didn't want the hassles that go along with being a critic. Does anyone have any info?