From: whatis@pogo.gnu.ai.mit.edu (....What Is?....)
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Subject: Re: Some views on Scientology
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Date: 21 Jul 91 22:29:11 GMT
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In article <ql7lrnc@rpi.edu> jimcat@printroom.its.rpi.edu (Jim Kasprzak) writes: >>LRH did a lot of top secret work and had two files: the real one, >>kept very safe, and the "sheep dip" one, which was a fake one made >>to cover up the existence of the real one. > > Hoo hah! Just the sort of answer LRH himself would have given. Obviously >the Church of Scientology is carrying on quite well in the spirit of its >founder.

My source is a letter written by Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty, USAF (retired), who lives at 4201 Peachtree Place, Alexandria, VA 22304. The affidavit is about 19 pages long (excluding the not-matching "photocopies") and is dated February 1985.

I'll quote the first paragraph:

"I am writing this affidavit to provide proof of the fact that the records, data and related materials provided by the U.S. Navy (USN) and other government sources, all said to be the complete record and file on the military service, active and inactive, of Mr. L. Ronald Hubbard, formerly Lt. Commander U.S. Navy Reserve, are incomplete. I also attest to the fact that those materials and records provided give ample evidence that proves the existence of other records that have been concealed, withheld and overlooked. Further research on this project demands the discovery and production of the missing documents."

I suppose you're free to write to him.

I can back up my claims with more than innuendo. Can you?

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