Tampa Bay Times | Two detectives describe their two-decade pursuit of an exiled Scientology leader
Reposted from the Tampa Bay Times:
By Joe Childs and Thomas C. Tobin, Times Staff Writers
In Print: Sunday, September 30, 2012
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Nearly 25 years ago, the Church of Scientology hired two former California cops to do a job.
Spy on Patrick D. Broeker.
Stop the Fair Game practices and policies of
the Cult Scientology Inc
In a three-hour interview with the Tampa Bay Times in the office of their Texas lawyer, Ray Jeffrey, the investigators shared details of their top-secret work. They told a rollicking tale of espionage and described the expense to which Scientology went to gather intelligence on real and perceived enemies.
As per Standard Operating Procedure, Scientology Inc. is in the process of:
- Deny, Deny, Deny
- Make nothing of these individuals
but as one reads the entire story here, including the denials, one will see that Scientology Inc is moving with rapidity to settle this matter with money before there is ever any court appearance.
Think about that: these two individuals clearly admit the fact that in 25 years they NEVER had a written agreement with Scientology Inc yet the
Church Syndicate is going to pay these two off in cash without ever challenging their claims.
All of this was exposed in 2009 by Mr. Marty Rathbun in the Tampa Bay Times.