NEW Book - The Expert Witness: My Life at the Top of Scientology, by Jesse Prince

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  1. NEW Book - The Expert Witness: My Life at the Top of Scientology, by Jesse Prince.

    Paperback: $19.99

    Kindle: $9.99. Free with Kindle Unlimited.


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    A memoir of a life that became involved in a secret society masquerading as a religion in Hollywood that practices magic and domination. This body of work could have been about you if you were contacted or chosen like I was. Buckle up and get ready to be changed in your thinking forever.

    About the Author

    Born on the south side of Chicago, the first son of a WWII U.S. Army veteran. Jesse began his education in the Chicago Catholic school system where he learned to speak Latin by the third grade good enough to perform the Mass ceremony in that language. Later, he attended Chicago Vocational High School. At the tender age of twenty-two Jesse started studying and living an alternative life style only afforded to people that have pledged their lives to someone or something. Jesse’s remaining education involved the painful process of learning his life was not his to give or pledge. He was already taken.

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    NOTE: The different number of pages for the paperback and Kindle editions is almost certainly due to the fact that Amazon uses an algorithm to calculate the number of pages for a Kindle edition. I am confident that the number of pages given the the paperback (i.e., 432 pages) is accurate and the correct number.

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    Product details

    Paperback: 432 pages
    Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 13, 2018)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1725992639
    ISBN-13: 978-1725992634
    Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.1 x 8.5 inches
    Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
    Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,005 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
    #924 in Books > Biographies & Memoirs > Memoirs

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    Product details

    File Size: 17670 KB
    Print Length: 307 pages
    Publisher: Prince Publishing (September 12, 2018)
    Publication Date: September 12, 2018
    Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
    Language: English
    Text-to-Speech: Enabled
    X-Ray: Not Enabled
    Word Wise: Enabled
    Lending: Enabled
    Screen Reader: Supported
    Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
    Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,625 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
    #46 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Biographies & Memoirs > Leaders & Notable People > Religious
    #178 in Books > Biographies & Memoirs > Leaders & Notable People > Religious
    #359 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Biographies & Memoirs > Memoirs

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    Jesse Prince, witness to Scientology’s ugliest behavior, spills it all in new book

    By Tony Ortega, The Underground Bunker, September 14, 2018


    About halfway through Jesse Prince’s book, The Expert Witness: My Life at the Top of Scientology, it suddenly dawned on us why we were enjoying it so much — this, we realized, was the book Marty Rathbun should have written years ago.

    In 2013, Rathbun, who was once the second-highest ranking official in Scientology and was known as David Miscavige’s scary enforcer, published a book he called Memoirs of a Scientology Warrior. In that book, Rathbun described his efforts in the 1980s as part of the “All-Clear Program,” which worked to clear away the legal problems keeping Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard from emerging from seclusion.

    The problem, as we saw it, was that thirty years later Rathbun still saw himself as the hero of that narrative. His book tried to convince readers that he and others were doing righteous work as they tried to destroy Scientology’s enemies.

    It was a disaster.

    Now, in The Expert Witness, Jesse Prince goes over some of the same material in his book, but he comes about it from a significantly different angle. Prince, too, was high up in Scientology’s hierarchy, and at one time was the third-highest ranking official in the 1980s. Like Rathbun, he also talks about working on operations to destroy Scientology’s enemies, but he does so while expressing an emotion Rathbun had difficulty wrapping his head around: regret.

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  4. Chris Shelton has posted a video book review of the book:

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  5. The Wrong Guy Member

    Inside Jesse Prince’s book about Scientology: Doing L. Ron Hubbard’s dirty work

    By Tony Ortega, The Underground Bunker, September 29, 2018


    We told you a couple of weeks ago how much we enjoyed Jesse Prince’s book The Expert Witness: My Life At The Top Of Scientology, and now it’s your turn to get a glimpse of it for yourself. Our thanks to Jesse for allowing us to reproduce this excerpt. It takes place a couple of years after Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard had gone into permanent seclusion in February 1980. After that, as Jesse explains in his book, Scientology was run by Hubbard through “advices” he sent out from his hiding place to his lieutenants Pat Broeker and David Miscavige, who were gaining power because of their control of information.

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    Jesse Prince talks about the grieving after L. Ron Hubbard’s death — and the partying

    By Tony Ortega, The Underground Bunker, October 3, 2018


    You’ve seen the excerpt and read our review of Jesse Prince’s book, The Expert Witness. Now it’s Jeffrey Augustine’s turn to get in on the fun, with his podcast interview with Jesse.

    Says Jeffrey: “Jesse Prince describes the events in RTC surrounding the death of L. Ron Hubbard. As Hubbard lay dying at his ranch, David Miscavige and Vicki Aznaran at Int Base called the ranch hourly to ask if Hubbard had died. Hubbard left no succession plan so what happened after his death was what Jesse calls a ‘dumpster fire and train wreck.’ RTC put on the super-serious LRH Death event at the Palladium followed by a secret invitation-only party at a home in Hollywood once owned by Liberace. There was great relief that Hubbard was dead, Jesse says, and the party featured lots of premium alcohol and heavy drinking.”


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