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The Ingram Criminal File (Moxon's PI!)

Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by TomVorm, Aug 30, 2008.

  1. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Creepy cult PI/shill is still fucking creepy. Wonder if he's still wanted in Fl. for impersonating a cop? Yay DM, he certainly knows how to scrape the barrel-bottoms...
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  2. DeathHamster Member

    As I recall, the warrant tended to disappear from the system for some reason, and then it finally expired.
  3. RightOn Member

    maybe his real name is really Obscene Engram
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  4. The Wrong Guy Member

    For Scientology’s most infamous dirty trickster, retirement has a happy ending

    By Tony Ortega, August 2, 2016

    Excerpts:

    From about 1982 to 2012 — a span of 30 years — Gene Ingram was the guy the Church of Scientology turned to not only to dig up dirt on people it considered enemies, but also to stage elaborate operations that sometimes put him on the wrong side of the law.

    <snipped>

    There are so many disturbing and wacky stories about Ingram and the things he did while he was working for Scientology. Attorney Michael Flynn was one target of his elaborate schemes, for example, which we talk about in our book about Paulette Cooper. But we noticed that Ingram had, in more recent years, seemed to have faded away. We called him a couple of years ago, but he called us some not very nice names and threatened us if we ever called him again at home.

    Still, we sometimes wondered what he was up to.

    And then, our researcher made an interesting find. He found that Ingram was posting numerous photos from his retirement online. With the help of former Scientology spokesman Mike Rinder, who used to work closely with Ingram, we confirmed that this is indeed Scientology’s old dirty trickster. It turns out that in 2008, Ingram and his wife built a watering hole on an empty lot they owned in Cabo San Lucas. Gene runs the place, calling himself “El Jefe,” and he also came up with the name for the bar: the Happy Ending Cantina.

    The Cabo club caters especially to law enforcement officers who are in Baja California to blow off steam. And according to photos the cantina posts on Facebook (which is the source of all the photos we’ve gathered for this story), its other demographic is young women who enjoy dancing on bar tops. Gene himself has written a pretty interesting history of the place, which we thought some of our ex-Scientologists whose many donations over the years must have helped pay for this joint, might be curious about.

    <snipped>

    ...it’s good to know that after all the fun Gene had trying to destroy the lives of people like Gerry Armstrong and Mike Flynn and Russell Miller and Graham Berry and so many others on behalf of the Church of Scientology, he’s now having so much fun.

    We reached out to Gene through the Happy Ending Cantina, but he apparently hasn’t changed his mind about us and didn’t respond. But if you’re in Cabo, stop by for a margarita and tell him we said hello.

    Here's the full article, with open comments:
    http://tonyortega.org/2016/08/02/fo...irty-trickster-retirement-has-a-happy-ending/
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  5. Quentinanon Member

    Something to keep in mind:
    "Her twin brother is an LAPD police officer. Their 28-year-old son is also an LAPD police officer. Their oldest daughter is a Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles."

    Gene Ingram was/is a scumbag's scumbag, so he fits right in with OSA people and David Miscavige.
    Sounds like his new bar may be a more subtle continuation of the brothel he was running in Los Angeles using trafficked Mexican women.
    Scumbag's scumbag.
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  6. Quentinanon Member

    Points of information: Only citizens of and domestic corporations in Mexico can purchase real estate, so somewhere Ingram should have a corporation that owns the land listed with he and/or his wife as stockholders.
    Also, Ingram was pretty lame as an investigator and wasted lots of time/money on information gathering that could have taken anyone else a fraction of the time. His value to OSA and Miscavige was that he was willing to do tortuous and illegal actions that his scientology customer did not want any direct involvement in for obvious reasons.
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  7. DeathHamster Member

    A lot of his actions weren't investigation, but planting innuendo and slander with neighbors, friends and family.
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  8. Quentinanon Member

    Fair Game operations. He was OSA's ad hoc psychopath.
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  9. RightOn Member

    I hope he has a looooooong and painful illness some day.:mad:
    Sorry. He has ruined so many lives.
    I hope his ending isn't happy.
    To see "El Jefe" flitting around in his Happy Ending bar sickens me to no end.:mad:
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  10. L (Liar) Con Hubbard: ''Scientologists are the most ethical people on the Planet!''

    (LRH never word cleared 'Ethical')

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    Eugene ''Dirty Deeds Done Dirt-Cheap'' Ingram
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    Scientology Atty: Ken ''DirtBag'' Moxon



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    ''Where's Waldo?''
    ''Jumbo Shrimp / Scientology Ethics Oxymoron Parade''
    Parade Marshall: L. Ron Hubbard
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