Tommy Davis Deposition in Headley Case (extract) From Marty Rathbun's blog: ref: Miscavige’s people can’t lie straight in bed | Moving On Up a Little Higher Q (question): So do you have any responsibilities for Sea Organization members who blow? A (answer): No. Q: You’re not supposed to follow individuals who have left the Sea Organization? A: I’m not actually sure I understand the question. Q: Okay. Do you follow individuals who left the Sea Organization without prior authorization? A: No. Q: Have you ever done that? A: No. Q: So you have never followed a Sea Organization member that has blown? A: No. Q: Okay. So you have been to Texas in either April or May? A: Yeah. Q: Okay. And what was the purpose of that visit? A: I was — went with some friends to see a friend of mine who had left. Q: Was that individual’s name John Brousseau? A: Yes. Q: Isn’t true that you showed up at his motel room at 5:30 in the morning? A: Yes, it is. Q: Did he call and ask you to come visit him? A: He did not. Q: So when you visited him at 5:30 in the morning, it was unannounced? A: That is correct. Q: And you came in a vehicle. And were there three other people with you? A: Yes, there were. Q: Had Mr. Brousseau recently blown the Sea Organization? A: Yes, he had. Q: How did you know he was in Texas? A: I was informed by my supervisor. Q: Did your supervisor tell you to go see him? A: No, she did not. Q: So why did you go to Texas to see John? A: Because he is a very good friend of mine. Q: But he did not ask you to come visit him?\ A: No, he did not. Q: And at the time that you were visiting Mr. Brousseau, is it true that there were a number of vehicles that were sent to the home of Marty Rathbun? A: I don’t know about “sent.” There were some people who went to see him, yes. …. Q: Who did send those individuals to Marty Rathbun’s house? A: I don’t know of anybody that sent them. Nobody sent anybody anywhere. Q: So no one sent you to see Mr. Brousseau? A: No. Q: And were you visiting him as part of your job duties for the church of Scientology? A: No, I was not. Q: How did you get to Texas to visit Mr. Brousseau? A: On an airplane. Q: Who paid for your airplane ticket? A: The church. Q: Did the church also pay for Angie, Bob and Laurance’s plane tickets? A: Yes. Q: And did the church pay for the vehicle that you were driving to go see Mr. Brousseau at the motel? A: Yes. Q: What is a blow drill? A: The only time that I have heard that term was in receiving media inquiries. It is not a term I was familiar with prior to being asked about it by the media. So the definition I have of it is from the media, which is that people leave and there is some sort of drill by which, that goes into play when they leave. … Q: Have you ever participated in what you have an understanding to be a blow drill? A: I don’t believe I can answer that question, because I just explained that I don’t know what a blow drill is outside of what the media has asked me. So I could not participate in something that I never heard of until I had been asked it by the media.