Scientology Crime Syndicate

Jesse Prince

Former RTC executive Jesse Prince released an affidavit this week in support of lawsuits involving FACTNet and Lawrence Wollersheim.

"In late 1991, my wife Monika became pregnant and although we were elated, she was ordered to abort the child. The reason for the abortion order is that Sea Org members were not allowed to have children. The order devastated both my wife and me.

She got the abortion and afterwards she was not the same. She was devastated at the impact of what she did and that was when she told me she wanted to leave.

We fled, with the organization close behind us, trying to find us. They finally did and convinced us to return so we could 'leave properly.' Once they had us again behind the barb wire and watched by security, my wife was threatened that if we did not sign certain papers, she would no longer be able to see her father and her sister, who were both in the Sea Organization.

"On or about April of 1983 I was present at a meeting, which took place in Los Angeles, California at a Scientology office called Author Services, Inc. (ASI). Present at the meeting was David Miscavige, then the chairman of the board of ASI, Vicki Aznaran then the Deputy Inspector General of Religious Technology Center, (RTC) and Lymon Spurlock, who was 'Director of Client Affairs' for ASI.

There was concern that the IRS would obtain the hundreds of daily, weekly and monthly LRH orders written by Mr. Hubbard and distributed throughout Scientology.

These orders were commonly referred to in Scientology as 'advices' to avoid the appearance that LRH was actually running Scientology. In fact, LRH was running Scientology.

The principle concern expressed at this meeting was that the LRH orders or 'advices' would be used to name L. Ron Hubbard as the managing agent of Scientology.

"David Miscavige specifically stated that under his directive the LRH orders, or 'advices', were being collected and transferred by truck to a Riverside County recycling plant where the documents were to be 'pulped'.

This method of destruction was considered to be better than shredding. I was also given instructions that I was in charge of purging the remainder of the Scientology organization of LRH orders.

"Several weeks after this first meeting I attended a second meeting. In attendance at the second meeting were David Miscavige, Lymon Spurlock, Vicki Aznaran, Norman Starkey and Marty Rathburn. David Miscavige stated that Scientology had been ordered by a court to produce various documents concerning a former Scientology member named Lawrence Wollersheim who had a lawsuit pending in Los Angeles against the Church of Scientology of California. The court had ordered Scientology to produce Mr. Wollersheim's entire 'preclear' (PC) file.

"Mr. Wollersheim's PC file was several thousand pages in length. Initially at this meeting it was decided that Mr. Wollersheim's PC file would be redacted and culled of any evidence or documentation which might assist Mr. Wollersheim in his lawsuit against CSC.

Ultimately, approximately 50 pages were produced pursuant to the court order. Mr. Wollersheim's PC file was culled based on a direct order from David Miscavige. Later, I was informed that a second court order was issued to produce Mr. Wollersheim's entire file. Faced with the prospect of having to produce the entire file David Miscavige gave orders that the entire file simply be destroyed by being pulped.

"In early 1983 I attended a meeting at Scientology's ASI office in Los Angeles. In attendance at this meeting were David Miscavige, Lymon Spurlock, Vicki Aznaran, Patricia Brice and Edith Buchele.

David Miscavige stated that Scientology was 'in trouble' concerning the copyright status of the many published materials of founder L Ron Hubbard. David Miscavige stated that Scientology had failed to register copyrights for thousands of pages of Scientology material written by Mr. Hubbard. David Miscavige specifically ordered Patricia Brice to begin the process of mass copyright registration filings for all of L. Ron Hubbard's materials.

This order was given despite the fact that Mr. Miscavige was already aware that many of the materials in question were already in the public domain.

Thus, I know from personal knowledge that in mid 1983 Scientology began a massive program to register Mr. Hubbard's material with the United State's Copyright office."

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