Scientology Crime Syndicate

Subject: 6 OMITTED Ethical Codes from '98 WiS
From: "Safe"
Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 16:52:42 -0700

Hi fellow Scientologists and public,

The following Ethical Codes, for some peculiar reason, have been totally omitted from the "new and improved" 1998 squirrelly edition of "What is Scientology?";

1) The Code of a Case Supervisor
2) The Code of a Sea Org Member
3) The Letter Writer's Code
4) The Dianetic Family Code
5) Medical Liaison Officer's Code
6) Founding Church Creed of 21 July, 1955

It's puzzling, isn't it? Why have these vital codes been omitted? They are in the 1978 WiS edition. WHO decided to take these out? Why? Why are we preventing our public from knowing our codes? Public knowing all our behavioral codes is an extremely thing reasonable thing to ask, isn't it? I think that's what LRH thought when he approved the 1978 "What is Scientology" edition.

It's time to get some straight answers from our church leaders.

Yours for not omitting data from approved works of LRH by Ron himself, Safe, an authentic, informed Scientologist

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