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10 April 2000:
Part 1, 1972-1973 FIX AND REPOST
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Part 2, 1974-1975 FIX AND REPOST
Part 2, 1974-1975 FIX AND REPOST (Continued)
Part 3, 1976-A FIX AND REPOST
Part 4, 1976-B FIX AND REPOST
Part 5, 1977 FIX AND REPOST
Part 6, 1978 FIX AND REPOST
Part 7, 1979-1980 FIX AND REPOST
Part 8, 1981-1982 FIX AND REPOST
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3 March 2000:
Re Part 3, 1976-A

25 February 2000:
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17 January 1999:
THE LIBRARIAN AND THE LIVING DEAD

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LIEBERMAN AND THE LIBRARIAN, PART I
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Re: Challenge to Critics and Scientologists Alike
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10 APRIL 2000:
Part 2, 1974-1975 FIX AND REPOST (Continued)

Wednesday, 01 c. January 1975
Duke Snider becomes Deputy Deputy Guardian for the United States (DDG
US), and in that capacity is Henning Heldt's top assistant.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 01 c. January 1975
Richard Weigand becomes Deputy Guardian for Information in the United
States (DG I US).
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 01 c. January 1975
Meade Emory is appointed as Assistant to the Commissioner of IRS. [NOTE:
Meade Emory, in 1982, becomes one of the Founders of Church of Spiritual
Technology, the ultimate beneficiary of L. Ron Hubbard's estate.]
SOURCE: Meade Emory biography, posted on the Internet site of his law
firm

Wednesday, 01 January 1975
A jury convicts John Mitchell, John Ehrlichman, H.R. Haldeman, and
Robert C. Mardian on all counts in the Watergate cover-up trial. Kenneth
W. Parkinson is acquitted.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 01 c. January 1975
Stacy (Brooks) Young becomes a member of Scientology.
SOURCE: Stacy Young Affidavit, 13 October 1994, posted on the Internet

Thursday, 02 January 1975
Reel/Frame: 0262/0184 TRADEMARK ASSIGNMENT SIGNED
Date Recorded: 1975-01-09 [see]
Date Signed: 1975-01-02
Assignor(s): CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA, THE
2005 WEST 9TH STREET LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 90006 A NON-PROFIT CORP.
CALIFORNIA
Assignee(s): HUBBARD, L. RON
1812 19TH STREET, N.W. WASHINGTON D.C. 20009
Brief: ASSIGNS THE ENTIRE INTEREST AND THE GOODWILL
Serial No.     Reg. No.     Mark
-------------- ------------ ----------------------------------------
72-310819      0877948      ..........
73-409360      1317343      ..........

Correspondence Address: PAUL KLOPPER 5930 FRANKLIN AVENUE
                        HOLLYWOOD, CA 90028
SOURCE: United States Trademark Office records

Friday, 03 January 1975
Back in Washington from his Vail, Colorado vacation, President Gerald
Ford summons CIA's Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) William Colby
to the White House for a complete briefing. Ford is shocked by the
assassination plotting described by Colby. Ford decides to form a
commission headed by Vice President Nelson Rockefeller to report on the
allegations in Hersh's story [see entry for 22 December 1973], but to
appoint men who can "all be depended on for discretion." Ford and
Kissinger want to quiet the uproar, get the lid back down, and leave the
rest of the secrets in the "Family Jewels."
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Friday, 03 January 1975
    DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
    HEADQUARTERS OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS
    WASHINGTON, D.C. 20314
    REPLY TO ATTN OF IVO
    SUBJECT Security Classification of FBI Reports
    TO Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation
    U.S. Department of Justice
1. Files of this headquarters contain the following FBI reports, BU
File 62-95972, regarding "Allied Scientists of the World" and bearing
the "Security Information-Confidential" classification:
    Denver F.O., dtd 4/7/52 (100-6136)
    Denver F.O., dtd 1/9/52
    Kansas City, F.O., dtd 3/18/52 (105-264)
    Kansas City, F.O., dtd 1/16/52
2. Our files also contain information obtained from your
headquarters and field offices concerning Lafayette Ron Hubbard, born 13
Mar 1911, Nebraska and the following organizations with which he is
connected:
    Church of Scientology
    Scientology
    Hubbard Association of Scientologists International
    Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation
    Hubbard Dianetic Auditors' School
    Hubbard Foundation School
    Hubbard School of Scientology
3. As we are currently screening these files, request we be advised
if the security classifications regarding the above information may be
cancelled.
    LEO F. OLSEN, JR., Colonel, USAF
    Director of Special Operations
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #295, posted on the Internet

Saturday, 04 January 1975
The Gerald Ford-appointed Rockefeller Commission is set up. The members
include John T. Connor, C. Douglas Dillon, Erwin N. Griswold, Lane
Kirkland, Lyman Lemnitzer, Ronald Reagan, and Edgar F. Shannon, Jr. The
Commission is supposed to examine the malfeasance of the intelligence
agencies and make recommendations about how they can be reorganized and
reformed.
SOURCE: "George Bush: the Unauthorized Biography," a book by Webster G.
Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, on the web at
http://www.kmf.org/williams/bushbook/bush11.html

Wednesday, 08 c. January 1975
Quoted from Stipulation: "During the early part of January 1975, the
defendant Hermann returned to the District of Columbia from his vacation
and resumed his duties as supervisor of all Scientology covert
operatives, who included the defendants Wolfe and Sharon Thomas and Ms.
Nancy Douglass. The defendant Thomas was at the time a Scientology
covert agent at the Coast Guard Intelligence. Ms. Douglass was a
Scientology covert operative at the Drug Enforcement Administration
(DEA) from where she stole documents and photocopies thereof and
transmitted them over to the defendant Hermann."
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA, DROPPED OUT TIME, CONTRARY FACTS: First,
elsewhere the Stiulation claims that Sharon Thomas began her employment
at Coast Guard Intelligence on 13 January 1975; here, it claims she is
already in place. Second, where did all the covert operatives come from,
long time passing? Where did all the covert operatives come from, long
time ago... . The Stipulation does not tell how all these GO operatives
got their inside jobs. There is also no exact date given; the date is
reckoned from the 9 January entry [see]. Please, please, please note,
also, that the Rockefeller Commission has just been seated to
investigate Intelligence agencies. And the GO is merrily infiltrating
them. La, de, da.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 09 January 1975
A handwritten note dated January 9, 1975, states "I attest that I have
placed and am running an FSM at Silver [code name for the IRS] and am
attaching the accompanying documents as evidence." Government
handwriting expert James Miller positively identifies the note as having
been written by Mitchell Hermann. [NOTE: the "FSM" is presumed to be
Gerald Wolfe.]
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS, OMITTED RECIPIENT: There is no mention of who
this alleged note is addressed to. Also, the language of the Stipulation
is what defines "Silver" as being "code name for the IRS." But later,
the same Stipulation defines "Silver" as the code name for Gerald Wolfe.
Seems like the government hack who dreamed this up couldn't keep his
code names straight. But was it good for you?
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 09 January 1975
Reel/Frame: 0262/0184 TRADEMARK ASSIGNMENT RECORDED
Date Recorded: 1975-01-09
Date Signed: 1975-01-02 [see]
Assignor(s): CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA, THE
2005 WEST 9TH STREET LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 90006 A NON-PROFIT CORP.
CALIFORNIA
Assignee(s): HUBBARD, L. RON
1812 19TH STREET, N.W. WASHINGTON D.C. 20009
Brief: ASSIGNS THE ENTIRE INTEREST AND THE GOODWILL
Serial No.    Reg. No.     Mark
------------- ------------ ----------------------------------------
72-310819     0877948      ..........
73-409360     1317343      ..........
Correspondence Address: PAUL KLOPPER 5930 FRANKLIN AVENUE
                        HOLLYWOOD, CA 90028
SOURCE: United States Trademark Office records

Monday, 13 January 1975
Sharon Thomas begins employment with the United States Coast Guard.
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS, ALTERED SEQUENCE: Elsewhere, the Stipulation
claims that Sharon Thomas was already in place in the US Coast Guard by
the time Mitchell Hermann eturned to the District of Columbia from his
vacation and resumed his duties as supervisor of all Scientology covert
operatives, which HAD to be prior to 09 January 1975 [see], because
there is a handwritten note allegedly written by Hermann on that date,
attesting that he is "running" an operative! See entries for 08 c. and
09 January 1975.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 14 January 1975
Date of a CIA memo: "AC/SE/DDO; Memorandum for C/D&E; Subject:
Perceptual Augmentation Testing; 14 January 1975 (SECRET)" [NOTE:This
memorandum is concerning a test of remote viewing set up with Pat Price
at Stanford Research Institute (SRI). Having been given operational data
such as exterior photographs and geographical coordinates, Price has
"visited" two foreign embassies--known to CIA audio teams who had made
entries several years previously--by his remote viewing capability, has
located the coderooms, and has come up with information to allow a
member of the CIA team to determine whether Price is likely to be of
operational use in subsequent operations. In both cases, Price has
correctly located the coderooms. He has produced copious data, such as
the location of interior doors and colors of marble stairs and
fireplaces that are accurate and specific. The operations officer
involved has concluded, "It is my considered opinion that this
technique--whatever it is--offers definite operational possibilities."
This document is one of several CIA suggestions for potential follow-on
activities.]
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Wednesday, 15 c. January 1975
Date of a CIA report regarding the results of remote viewing experiments
directed at a Libyan installation, as performed by various CIA
"insiders," all members of CIA's Office of Technical Services (OTS):
"OTS/SDB; Notes on Interviews with F. P., E. L., C. J., K. G., and V.
C., January 1975 (SECRET)."
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Thursday, 16 January 1975
President Ford holds a luncheon in the White House for the publisher of
the New York Times, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, and some of his top editors,
including the managing editor A. M Rosenthal. At the end of an hour or
so of general discussion, Rosenthal asks Ford how he expects the
Rockefeller Commission to be trusted when its membership is so heavily
weighted by conservative figures with a history of hard-line political
beliefs and sympathy for the military. Ford explains with unusual candor
that the commission's mandate is strictly limited to CIA activities
within the United States and he doesn't want anybody on it who might
stray off the reservation and begin rummaging about in the recesses of
CIA history. If they do, they might stumble onto things which would
blacken the name of the United States and every President since Truman.
    "Like what?" asks Rosenthal.
    "Like assassinations!" Ford shoots back. And then it sinks in on
him what he has said, and to whom he has said it. "That's off the
record!" he quickly adds.
[NOTE: According to the referenced source, CIA people still find
Ford's blunder hard to credit. Some of them suspect his indiscretion was
in fact deliberate, and that he wanted the assassination story to get
out for reasons of his own. How else is one to explain the fact that a
President told the CIA's darkest secret to a newspaper?]
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Friday, 17 January 1975
    FD-36 (Rev. 5-22-64)
    F B I
    Date: 1/17/75
    Transmit the following in _________________________
    (Type in plaintext or code)
    Via ___AIRTEL____ ____AIRMAIL_______________________
    (Priority)
    TO: DIRECTOR, FBI
    ATTN: Liaison Section
    FROM: SAC, LOS ANGELES (163-2883) (RUC)
    SUBJECT: SCIENTOLOGY
    FOREIGN POLICE COOPERATION
    OO: Bureau
    Re Bureau letter to Los Angeles dated 12/19/74.
Enclosed for the Bureau are six copies of a letterhead memorandum
(LHM) containing results of investigation in Los Angeles.
    The Church of Scientology is the subject of closed Los Angeles file
100-73484. Investigation was conducted in this matter by [BLACKED OUT]
[PARAGRAPH BLACKED OUT]
    It should be noted that the headquarters of the Church of
Scientology is at Washington, D.C.
    3 - Bureau (Encl. 6)
    1 - Los Angeles
    JHM/slf
    (4)
Approved: ______________________ Sent ________M Per ______________
    (Special Agent in Charge)
    U.S. Government Printing Office: 1972-455-574
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #299, posted on the Internet

Friday, 24 January 1975
Date of a CIA memo: "Chief/Division D/DDO; Memorandum for C/D&E;
Subject: Perceptual Augmentation Techniques; 24 January 1975 (SECRET)"
[NOTE:This memorandum is concerning a test of remote viewing set up with
Pat Price at Stanford Research Institute (SRI). Having been given
operational data such as exterior photographs and geographical
coordinates, Price has "visited" two foreign embassies--known to CIA
audio teams who had made entries several years previously--by his remote
viewing capability, has located the coderooms, and has come up with
information to allow a member of the CIA team to determine whether Price
is likely to be of operational use in subsequent operations. In both
cases, Price has correctly located the coderooms. He has produced
copious data, such as the location of interior doors and colors of
marble stairs and fireplaces that are accurate and specific. The
operations officer involved has concluded, "It is my considered opinion
that this technique--whatever it is--offers definite operational
possibilities." This document is one of several CIA suggestions for
potential follow-on activities.]
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Monday, 27 January 1975
A report to the CIA on ESP: "J. A. Ball; "An Overview of Extrasensory
Perception"; Report to CIA, 27 January 1975."
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Friday, 31 January 1975
Date of a CIA memo: "C/Libya/EL/NE/DDO; Memorandum for OTS/CB; Subject:
Libyan Desk Requirement for Psychic Experiments Relating to Libya; 31
January 1975 (SECRET)" [NOTE:This memorandum is concerning a test of
remote viewing set up with Pat Price at Stanford Research Institute
(SRI). Having been given operational data such as exterior photographs
and geographical coordinates, Price has "visited" two foreign
embassies--known to CIA audio teams who had made entries several years
previously--by his remote viewing capability, has located the coderooms,
and has come up with information to allow a member of the CIA team to
determine whether Price is likely to be of operational use in subsequent
operations. In both cases, Price has correctly located the coderooms. He
has produced copious data, such as the location of interior doors and
colors of marble stairs and fireplaces that are accurate and specific.
The operations officer involved has concluded, "It is my considered
opinion that this technique--whatever it is--offers definite operational
possibilities." This document is one of several CIA suggestions for
potential follow-on activities.]
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Wednesday, 05 February 1975
Date of a CIA memo: "C/EA/DDO; Memorandum for Director of Technical
Service; Subject: Exploration of Operational Potential of 'Paranormals';
5 February 1975 (SECRET)" [NOTE:This memorandum is concerning a test of
remote viewing set up with Pat Price at Stanford Research Institute
(SRI). Having been given operational data such as exterior photographs
and geographical coordinates, Price has "visited" two foreign
embassies--known to CIA audio teams who had made entries several years
previously--by his remote viewing capability, has located the coderooms,
and has come up with information to allow a member of the CIA team to
determine whether Price is likely to be of operational use in subsequent
operations. In both cases, Price has correctly located the coderooms. He
has produced copious data, such as the location of interior doors and
colors of marble stairs and fireplaces that are accurate and specific.
The operations officer involved has concluded, "It is my considered
opinion that this technique--whatever it is--offers definite operational
possibilities." This document is one of several CIA suggestions for
potential follow-on activities.]
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Wednesday, 05 c. February 1975
CBS television news correspondent Daniel Schorr learns of what President
Ford has said to executives of the New York Times regarding CIA
involvement in assassination plots. Knowing that the Rockefeller
Commission is studying domestic activities of the CIA, he believes that
the assassinations worrying Ford have been committed in the United
States.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Saturday, 15 c. February 1975
The Senate Select Committee on intelligence agencies and operations, to
be headed by Frank Church, is formed.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Tuesday, 25 February 1975
Soviet officials admit to beaming microwaves at the US Embassy in
Moscow. The purported reason is to "disable US electronic eavesdropping
devices."
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 27 February 1975
CBS television news correspondent Daniel Schorr has an appointment with
DCI William Colby. Schorr mentions that he has learned that President
Ford is worried about CIA involvement in assassinations. Colby falls
silent.
    "Has the CIA ever killed anybody in this country?" Schorr asks.
    "Not in this country," says Colby.
    "Not in this country!" exclaims Schorr.
    At that point Colby shuts up; he will say only that assassination
has been formally prohibited in 1973. From Colby's limited remarks,
Schorr now concludes that the "assassinations" worrying Ford had
actually taken place, but abroad, not at home.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Friday, 28 February 1975
Daniel Schorr on the CBS Evening News: "President Ford has reportedly
warned associates that if current investigations go too far, they could
uncover several assassinations of foreign officials in which the CIA was
involved... ."
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Saturday, 01 March 1975
Government Exhibit No. 13 25/ is a memorandum from Mitchell Hermann to
Cindy Raymond regarding documents stolen from the Chief Counsel's file
room at the IRS pursuant to "GO 1361 TGT #10."
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA: There is no indication WHO stole them, how, or
when.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 01 March 1975
Michael Meisner is the Acting Assistant Guardian for the District of
Columbia (A/A/G DC). Mitchell Hermann is the Acting Assistant Guardian
for Information in the District of Columbia (A/A/G I DC).
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 01 c. March c. 1975
All CIA funding of remote viewing and paranormal research purportedly
comes to a halt. NOTE: The date can only be estimated from the language
of the source reference. The source also says that about this time: "To
achieve better security, all the operations-oriented testing [of remote
viewing] with the contractor [SRI/Puthoff] was stopped, and a personal
services contract with [Pat] Price was started."
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS, ADDED FALSEHOOD: CIA funding of psi research
does NOT stop. Numerous later entries in this database, documented and
confirmed, prove that CIA involvement with SRI and remote viewing not
only continue, but the budgets later increase. While it is true that
there is greater Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) involvement and
funding of the programs later, there is absolutely no doubt about CIA
liaison and involvement. If anything, what Kress describes here is
merely an indication that the KNOWN funding of remote viewing and
paranormal researh and development went further undercover and out of
sight. And despite what the public is led to believe, all of the
intelligence agencies are Cabinet agencies, all have tight liaisons with
each other, and all are part of The Intelligence Advisory Committee
(IAC), created to serve as a coordinating body in establishing
intelligence requirements. Chaired by the Director of Central
Intelligence (DCI), the IAC includes representatives from the Department
of State, the Army, the Air Force, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the FBI,
and the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC). [See entry for 1 c. July c.
1947.]
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Friday, 07 c. March 1975
Mitchell Hermann is "transferred to Chicago, Illinios, to continue to
work for the Guardian's Office."
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA, DROPPED OUT TIME, CONTRARY FACTS: No exact date
given. WHY is he transferred to Chicago? Ostensibly, he is the chief
handler for ALL covert operations in DC. No reason is given. No
indication of who replaced him. Also, in later entries, Hermann is
allegedly still providing important information to senior GO officials
regarding the covert operations in DC.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 17 c. March 1975
According to a letter written by Robert Vaughn Young to FBI Director
Clarence Kelley [see entry for 30 April 1975], Young, on or around this
date, is in Washington, D.C., and meets with James B. Clawson, Deputy
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, ostensibly to address the matter of
getting false reports--in the possession of INTERPOL--corrected .
According to Young, Clawon "is familiar not only with INTERPOL but with
our request." Also according to Young, Clawson recommends a 26 March
1975 [see] meeting between GO WW's David Gaiman and Jean Nepote,
Secretary General of INTERPOL in Paris.
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #303, posted on the internet

Monday, 24 March 1975
A USGO Executive Directive dated 24 March 1975 is issued, authored by
"Laurie Zurn, D/G Social Coordination US for Henning Heldt, D/Guardian
US." NOTE: Zurn later becomes President of Ability Advancement
Foundation (see entry for 18 August 1983), then becomes President and
Registered Agent for The Way to Happiness Foundation (see entry for 31
July 1984).]
SOURCE: Search results, posted on the Internet, of corporate filings

Wednesday, 26 March 1975
According to a letter written by Robert Vaughn Young to FBI Director
Clarence Kelley [see entry for 30 April 1975], and an FBI report [cited
in SOURCE, below], there is a meeting on this date between GO WW's David
Gaiman and Jean Nepote, Secretary General of INTERPOL in Paris. The
purported purpose of the meeting is to correct reports maintained by
INTERPOL, regarding the Church and LRH. Nepote is given documents to
indicate the falsity of the reports in question.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE SECRETARY GENERAL/DIRECTOR OF FBI:
Bullshit. Why does the Secretary General of Interpol or the Director of
the FBI (and/or his Intelligence agents) have to get involved to get
some paperwork filed? Alternate explanation: Interpol was involved--with
Henry Kissinger, of course, in liaison with CIA--in getting LRH to
"flee" to the states in December 1972; Gaimon is their field
co-ordination man in UK, Vaughn Young in the US.
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #303 & #304 posted on the internet

Tuesday, 01 c. April 1975
Quoting from the referenced source: "Following extensive examination of
various Church records in the early-mid 1970's, the IRS officially
recognized the tax-exempt status of 14 Churches of Scientology in 1975.
These same Churches are recognized to this day as exempt by the IRS."
(These 14 exemption rulings actually cover a period from April through
September 1975.)
SOURCE: Book, "What is Scientology"

Tuesday, 01 c. April 1975
In order to carry out target 17 of GO 1361, Michael Meisner obtains a
directory of the United States Department of Justice in April 1975 and
isolates those offices in the Tax Division which have been identified to
him as offices which will have files related to pending Scientology
litigation. Meisner has been informed by GO Legal Bureau that trial
attorney Harold Larsen and Chief of Refund Litigation Section 3, Stanley
Krysa, has represented the United States in the cases involving the
Church of Scientology of Hawaii and the Church of Scientology of
Florida. Larsen was the trial attorney assigned to these cases, while
Krysa, as his immediate supervisor, had participated in the litigation.
Meisner discovers that the Tax Division offices of DOJ are located in
the Star Building at 1101 11th Street, Northwest, in DC. Meisner directs
Gerald Wolfe to enter the offices of Krysa and Larsen to obtain all
their files which are in any way related to Scientology.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 09 April 1975
A letter from Bureau I Director Info US Gregory Willardson to Jane
Kember and Mo Budlong states that Willardson has complied with GO 1361
target 6 by devising "Project Horn" which he appends to the letter.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 09 April 1975
Gregory Willardson writes to the Deputy Guardian of Public Relations for
the United States, Arthur "Artie" Maren, informing him that "the
majority of documents called for in this eval [GO 1361] have been
obtained." Willardson invites Maren to come to the Information Bureau
offices to view the documents "since the quantity of data is so
extensive."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 18 April 1975
On this anniversary of Paul Revere's famous ride, Gerald Ford initiates
the American Revolution Bicentennial, a year-long nationwide
celebration.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Saturday, 19 April 1975
The 200th anniversary of the battles that started the US War for
Independence is celebrated by more than 160,000 Americians at the scene
of the first engagements at Lexington and Concord.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Saturday, 26 April 1975
Former DCI, current Ambassador to Iran, Richard Helms has been called to
Washington, D.C. to testify before the Rockefeller Commission on the
subject of CIA assassinations. This is his first day of testimony.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Sunday, 27 April 1975
Richard Helms testifies again before the Rockefeller Commission on the
subject of CIA assassinations.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Monday, 28 April 1975
Richard Helms has his third day of testimony before the Rockefeller
Commission on the subject of CIA assassinations, this time before the
full committee in the office of the Vice President, where he is
questioned for four hours. When Helms emerges at last, he finds Daniel
Schorr waiting outside with three or four other reporters. Schorr steps
forward, holds out his hand, and says, "Welcome back."
    "You son of a bitch!" Helms shouts at Daniel Schorr, his face livid
with anger. "You killer! You cocksucker! 'Killer Schorr'--that's what
they ought to call you."
    Schorr is stunned. Helms strides on toward the press room,
continuing to shout at Schorr, who follows behind. When Helms gets
before the cameras, he cools slightly. "I must say, Mr. Schorr, I didn't
like what you had to say on some of your broadcasts on this subject. And
I don't think it was fair, and I don't think it was right. As far as I
know, the CIA was never responsible for assassinating any foreign
leader."
    Another reporter asks, "Were there discussions about possible
assassinations?"
    "I don't know whether I stopped beating my wife," Helms shoots
back, "or when you stopped beating your wife--talk about discussion in
government, there are always discussions about practically everything
under the sun."
    "Of assassinations?"
    "Of everything under the sun."
    "But you never answered my question," the reporter protests.
    "Well, I'm not trying to answer your question," says Helms, and he
terminates the press conference marching from the room. Schorr pursues
Helms down the corridor and explains that it was not he but President
Ford who had publicly raised the question of assassinations.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Tuesday, 29 April 1975
Deputy Guardian U.S. (DG US) Henning Heldt writes a letter to DG Info
US, Richard Weigand. The letter refers to the November 21, 1973 order of
Jane Kember which is attached. (Her letter, regarding Interpol files on
LRH, had said, "[I]t is important that we get cracking and obtain these
files and I leave you to work out how.") Heldt's letter says "while
Legal is doing FOI [Freedom of Information Act] actions to obtain these
(documents), please have B-1 [Information Bureau--Bureau 1] obtain them
(the Legal route is at best lengthy.)"
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 30 April 1975
Robert Vaughn Young is in Washington, D.C., and sends a letter to
Director of FBI Clarence M. Kelley, requesting a meeting. The letter is
reproduced below [Note listing of Lynn McNeil, Michael Meisner's senior,
as President]:
    Founding Church of Scientology
    Of Washington D.C.
    2125 S Street N.W. Washington D.C. 20008
    202-797-1204
    Rev. Lynn McNeil, President
    Rev. Barbara Reeves, Vice President
    Rev. Greg Gloor, Secretary
    April 30, 1975
    Clarency M. Kelley
    Director
    Federal Bureau of Investigation
    Washington, D.C.
    Dear Mr. Kelley:
    On March 26, 1975, a representative of the world wide offices of
the Church of Scientology, David Gaiman, met with Jean Nepote, Secretary
General of INTERPOL.
    The purpose of that meeting was reports maintained by INTERPOL,
regarding our Church and Founder, which are false and based upon
conjecture. Mr. Nepote was given documents to indicate their falsity in
the hope that the matter which has enjoined our organizations could be
quickly and easily terminated.
    It is in this same spirit that I am writing to you.
    Mr. Nepote has promised to ask the appropriate national authorities
in each country involved to authenticate the documents. In the United
States, that will be the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
    I have already met with James B. Clawson, Deputy Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury, who is familiar not only with INTERPOL but
with our request. It was he, in fact, who recommended the March 26
meeting. Therefore, I would like him to serve as the liaison to Mr.
Nepote when the authentication is completed.
    Since you can appreciate our desire to expedite this matter, I
would like to meet with you this Monday, May 5th, at about 2 p.m. to
present the documents in question. Should that time be inconvenient,
another can be arranged as I have come to Washington, in part, to
complete this matter. I can be reached at the above number and address.
    Sincerely,
    [signed]
    Rev. Vaughn Young
    National Offices
    Church of Scientology
    cc: James B. Clawson
    Treasury Department
A non profit corporation in the USA registered in the District of
Columbia
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #303, posted on the internet

Friday, 02 May 1975
In a letter to DG US Henning Heldt, Richard Weigand states that the
order requiring the obtaining of the "IP" (Interpol) DC files has not
begun yet.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 02 May 1975
Robert Vaughn Young is at the GO in Washington, D.C. The FBI's Deputy
Assistant Director for Intelligence, Hunter Helgeson, calls Young in
response to Young's letter of 30 April 1975 [see] to FBI Director
Clarence Kelley . Helgeson informs Young that Director Kelley is
unavailable, and offers to meet with Young on 5 May 1975 [see].
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #305, posted on the internet

Saturday, 03 May 1975
"On three successive Saturdays, May 3, 10, and 17, 1975," Gerald Wolfe
enters the Star Building using his identification card, goes to the
fourth floor offices of the DOJ Tax Division, and enters the offices of
Chief of Refund Litigation Section 3, Stanley Krysa, and trial attorney
Harold Larsen. Wolfe steals twelve separate files related to Scientology
cases and photocopies them on a machine in the Tax Division offices.
Wolfe then returns the documents to their original location and
"[steals] copies of them." [NOTE: This entry is duplicated for each of
the specified dates.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 04 May 1975
Gerald Wolfe meets with Michael Meisner at a Lum's restaurant and turns
over the documents he has stolen the previous day from the offices of
Stanley Krysa and Harold Larsen. Meisner subsequently prepares memos for
each of the files stolen (12 total) and send them to Collection Officer
U.S. Cindy Raymond, via the AG DC Lynn McNeil, and, among others, DG US
Henning Heldt, DGI US Richard Weigand, and the Information Branch I
Director U.S., Gregory Willardson, with a copy to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 05 May 1975
Robert Vaughn Young and Hugh Wilhere, are interviewed at FBI
Headquarters in Washington, D.C. by FBI Deputy Assistant Director for
Intelligence, Hunter Helgeson and FBI Special Agent, Intelligence (and
Helgeson's Supervisor), William N. Preusse. The FBI report claims that
Young has in his possession "copies of documents" indicating that
Interpol has in its possession "information from the FBI" concerning the
Church of Scientology and LRH. Young also, reportedly, has "other
documents obtained by CS [Church of Scientology]"that Young claims
refutes this information. Young reportedly tells the FBI agent "that
information attributed to FBI came from West German Federal Criminal
Police and an unknown reporter in Europe supposedly obtained from
Interpol files and furnished to CS." [! See OUTPOINTS, below.] Young is
advised that the FBI cannot authenticate any of the documents presented
by him, and that "various representatives of CS" have requested
information in Bureau files concerning CS and LRH through the Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA). Young reportedly says that he doesn't want to
wait for this to happen, and that he will be in contact with FBI Agent
Helgeson again later in the week to see if he can get an immediate reply
to his request.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE INSANITY: Is this an indication that Young
is trotting copies of STOLEN documents right into FBI Headquarters, with
a watery story about an "unknown European reporter"?!
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #304 & #305, posted on the internet

Wednesday, 07 May 1975
A CSW is sent by Gregory Willardson to DG I WW Mo Budlong and DG F WW
Herbie Parkhouse. It explains that the collection of U.S. Government
documents pursuant to GO 1361 has created a crisis in the Information
Bureau by causing a slowdown in the collection progress which "urgently
needs to be eliminated." Willardson says some "15,000" documents have
been sent by the DC Information Bureau without excerption in order to
speed up the process of advising DG US Henning Heldt and CSG Mary Sue
Hubbard, "as fast as possible as to the IRS's intentions in regards to
the Church during the ongoing IRS tax exemtion negotations." The CSW
adds that "[t]his was a valuable action in that it resulted in a more
real estimate as to the IRS scene than was visable [sic] from the Legal
viewpoint." The CSW requests that GO WorldWide approve additional funds
for the excerption, xeroxing and cross-filing of these "15,000"
documents.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE GOVERNMENT MATH: Okay. Okay. Now, let's do
the math, shall we? Okay. Now, the very FIRST mention of any theft of
documents in the Stipulation takes place on or around 2 December 1974
[see]. (That's your basic 10-inch stack of documents.) Okay. Now here we
are at 7 May 1975, approximately 155 days later, and there have
allegedly been some 15,000 documents stolen by our faithful GO spooks.
Okay. Now, 15,000 divided by 155 days = 96.774193548 pages stolen PER
DAY! Man, you'd think Meisner must have writer's cramp writing all that
up every day! But, then, there's this other wrinkle. See, there have
been, since 2 December 1974, only FOUR instances of thefts reported so
far in the Stipulation. Hmmm. Okay. Let's see, then: 15,000 documents
divided by 4 thefts gives us 3,750 stolen documents per theft! Wow! Hope
they had a wheelbarrow! But, hold on a minute: we know from the
Stipulation that one of the thefts only netted about 98 documents [see
entry for 27 December 1974]. Okay: 15,000 documents, minus that 98,
leaves 14,902 documents taken in 3 thefts, which equals 4,967 documents
per theft! Rent a Ryder! But, no; even that can't be, because the first
theft on 2 December 1974 was reportedly about a 10-inch stack. Let's
call that three reams (1,500 sheets), to be kind, and so then we have
the following formula: 15,000 (total stolen documents) minus 98 stolen
in one trip = 14,902, minus another 1,500 stolen in another trip =
13,402 divided by 2 remaining trips = 6,702 DOCUMENTS PER THEFT!
Somebody musta' got a hernia! (Could this math have possibly been done
by the same boys in the government who whack out the budget each year?)
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 08 May 1975
Robert Vaughn Young contacts FBI Deputy Assistant Director for
Intelligence, Hunter Helgeson, again, and again goes into FBI
Headquarters with Hugh Wilhere for an interview. According to the FBI
report, "procedures on how to obtain Identification Record on Hubbard"
are explained to Young. Young is also told that information desired by
him from the FBI must be obtained through FOIA, and that he should
contact "appropriate CS attorney." Young is also advised that if he
desires information in his possession being made a matter of record with
FBI, he should submit it, and it will be so noted.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE "IDENTIFICATION RECORD ON HUBBARD": Why
does Young want this? The use of fingerprints to "prove" LRH is alive
becomes a vitally important issue in the years leading up to his death,
and in the identification of his body immediately following his death,
on 24 January 1986 [see].
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #304, posted on the internet

Saturday, 10 May 1975
"On three successive Saturdays, May 3, 10, and 17, 1975," Gerald Wolfe
enters the Star Building using his identification card, goes to the
fourth floor offices of the DOJ Tax Division, and enters the offices of
Chief of Refund Litigation Section 3, Stanley Krysa, and trial attorney
Harold Larsen. Wolfe steals twelve separate files related to Scientology
cases and photocopies them on a machine in the Tax Division offices.
Wolfe then returns the documents to their original location and
"[steals] copies of them." [NOTE: This entry is duplicated for each of
the specified dates.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 11 May 1975
Gerald Wolfe meets with Michael Meisner at a Lum's restaurant and turns
over the documents he has stolen the previous day from the DOJ Star
Building offices of Chief of Refund Litigation Section 3, Stanley Krysa,
and trial attorney Harold Larsen. Meisner subsequently prepares memos
for each of the files stolen (12 total) and send them to Collection
Officer U.S. Cindy Raymond, via the Assistant Guardian for the District
of Colmubia Lynn McNeil, and, among others, the Deputy Guardian of the
United States Henning Heldt, the Deputy Guardian for Information U.S.
Gregory Weigand, and the Information Branch I Director U.S., Gregory
Willardson, with a copy to the Commodore Staff Guardian, the defendant
Mary Sue Hubbard.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 12 May 1975
An EPO (Estimated Purchase Order) by Gregory Willardson, dated 12 May
1975, covering the months of May to June of 1975, requests that
$6,648.10 be set aside by the Financial Planning Committee of the United
States Guardian's Office for the purchase of "materials necded...to
eliminate vital info backlogs on GO 1361."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 14 May 1975
A "purchase order" signed by Gregory Willardson requests $3,141.20 for
one week of supplies for GO 1361 documents. He states that his purpose
in purchasing the photocopying equipment listed in the attachments is
"to get vital data uplines to WW (World Wide) & CS-G [Mary Sue Hubbard];
and to get it properly x-filed for use by USGO, WW, CS-G."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 17 May 1975
"On three successive Saturdays, May 3, 10, and 17, 1975," Gerald Wolfe
enters the Star Building using his identification card, goes to the
fourth floor offices of the DOJ Tax Division, and enters the offices of
Chief of Refund Litigation Section 3, Stanley Krysa, and trial attorney
Harold Larsen. Wolfe steals twelve separate files related to Scientology
cases and photocopies them on a machine in the Tax Division offices.
Wolfe then returns the documents to their original location and
"[steals] copies of them." [NOTE: This entry is duplicated for each of
the specified dates.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 18 May 1975
Gerald Wolfe meets with Michael Meisner at a Lum's restaurant and turns
over the documents he has stolen the previous day from the DOJ Star
Building offices of Chief of Refund Litigation Section 3, Stanley Krysa,
and trial attorney Harold Larsen. Meisner subsequently prepares memos
for each of the files stolen (12 total) and send them to Collection
Officer U.S. Cindy Raymond, via the Assistant Guardian for the District
of Colmubia Lynn McNeil, and, among others, the Deputy Guardian of the
United States Henning Heldt, the Deputy Guardian for Information U.S.
Gregory [sic?] Weigand, and the Information Branch I Director U.S.,
Gregory Willardson, with a copy to the Commodore Staff Guardian, the
defendant Mary Sue Hubbard.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 20 May 1975
A letter from Gregory Willardson, "Br I Dir US I", addressed to Michael
Taylor, the "US Dir Sec WW" (U.S. Directorate Secretary World-Wide),
routed via the DG I WW, the Guardian WW, the DG US, and the DG I US. The
letter entitled "Re: B & E's Yours to DG I, 5 May 75, DG I's to you 14
May 75" states: "[A] large portion, if not the majority, of our high
priority successful Collections actions fall into the category of second
degree burglary, which is a felony. Some of our successful collections
actions in the recent past and present which fall into this category
are: (past)...GO 1361, GO 344...DEA; (present) GO 1361, Go 1344,
DEA....[O]ne of the key points in solidifying the burglary commission is
basically the theft of xerox paper and xerox machine use of whatever
group is approached. Without this theft, then the distinction between 'b
& e' and 'unlawful entry' would become important and could mean the
difference between a felony and a misdemeanor... . Because the legal
definition of burglary in the US to fit [sic] more spot on as to our
actions than B&E and because it is a felony, as is a 'B & E' I thought
you should be appraised [sic] of this."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 25 c. May 1975
Gregory Willardson directs Michael Meisner to implement "Project Horn"
which Willardson has authored. "Project Horn" is to "provide a cover for
PR [Public Relations] and legal for the way they obtained IRS docs," in
accordance with GO 1361, Target 6. Willardson orders Meisner, as the
Assistant Guardian for Information in the District of Columbia (sic--see
Outpoints), the task of also stealing IRS documents concerning
organizations other than Scientology, so that publication of the
documents will not point to the Church of Scientology alone. The project
also orders the theft of IRS stationery so it can be used by members of
the Guardian's Office to draft false letters from a fictitious IRS
employee disgruntled with the organization. The stolen documents would
then be attached to the letters which would be sent to private
orgzanizations such as Scientology.
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS, ADDED INAPPLICABLE IDIOCY: According to the 1
March 1975 entry [see], Meisner is Acting Assistant Guardian for the
District of Columbia (A/A/G DC)--NOT the A/G I DC, as he is referred to
here. But the capper is the "fictitious disgruntled IRS employee" caper.
Only a government-paid hack writer could dream this up, and believe in
his own dim mind that even a 2-year-old couldn't see the absolute
transparent lunacy involved in such a scheme.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 27 May 1975
A letter signed "Much Love, Mary Sue" (Hubbard), the Commodore Staff
Guardian, addressed to Jane Kember and cc'ed to Henning Heldt, states
"[o]ur overall strategy with the IRS shall be as follows: 1. [t]o use
any method at our disposal to win the battle and gain our non-profit
status. 2. [t]o buy all the time we can in terms of years...[s]o we work
to win, but also to delay as time works on our side, not theirs."
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS, LIKELY ADDED FALSHOOD, ALTERED SEQUENCE: See
9 June 1975 entry, which is ostensibly a letter from Mary Sue that
AGREES WITH the IRS Strategy. But here, almost exactly two weeks
earlier, she is ostensibly ESTABLISHING the IRS strategy. One of these
alleged letters, or both, must be false, and is evidence of likely
forgery.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 29 May 1975
An FBI internal document:
    Airtel
    1 - Mr. J.J. McDermott
    (Mr. Farrington)
    (Route through for Review)
    5/29/75
    To: [BLACKED OUT]
    From: Director, FBI
    1 - Mr. V.V. Kolombatovic
    1 - Mr. R.A. Bermingham
OPERATION AND TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION, LTD.
FOREIGN POLICE COOPERATION
[BLACKED OUT]
Captioned organization is connected with the Church of Scientology. The
FBI is currently involved in litigation with this latter organization.
In order to avoid complications in this regard unnecessary dissemination
of information concerning captioned organization or the Church of
Scientology should be avoided.
[PARAGRAPH BLACKED OUT]
    RAB:mam
    _NOTE_: This matter was coordinated with the Files and
Communications Division; namely the Freedom of Information Act Section,
who is handling litigations involved with above organizations.
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #302, posted on the internet

Sunday, 01 c. June 1975
Pam Kemp, LRH's old friend from Saint Hill days, arrives at the Apollo
for courses. She is shocked to see how much he has aged. "I saw this
figure coming on board in a big hat and red-lined Navy Cloak and I
thought if I'm not mistaken that's LRH, although he was very slow and
old looking. I went up to him and said, 'Hi, Ron.' He looked through me
like he didn't know who I was. I thought maybe he was a little deaf so I
went around another way and as he was coming towards me I said, 'Hi,
Ron. How are you?' He didn't recognize me, didn't know who I was. I
thought, how weird. Later I discovered he probably didn't see me
properly because he needed glasses, but would never wear them."
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE FAUX "LRH": Yeah, Pam. And maybe YOU
needed glasses. Maybe you WERE mistaken. Maybe it wasn't the Old Man at
all, but a ringer.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19

Sunday, 01 c. June 1975
A letter from Deputy Guardian U.S. Henning Heldt to the chief officers
of the Legal, Finance, Public Relations and Information Bureaus of the
Guardian's Office informs them of the "IRS strategy," as ostensibly
established by CS-G (referring to Mary Sue Hubbard's letter of 27 May
1975 [see]). Heldt's letter directs these officials to inform their
respective staffs of the Mary Sue's letter, and orders them to conform
"upcoming actions with the above strategy."
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED OUT TIME: There is no date for this letter from
Heldt; this is an estimated date based on the date given for Mary Sue's
purported letter.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 03 June 1975
Serial Number: 73-007908 TRADEMARK REGISTERED
Filing Date: 1973-12-03 [see]
Type of Mark: SERVICE MARK
Mark Drawing Code: (2) DESIGN ONLY Design Search Code: 24.13.25
Disclaimer: NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO USE APPLICANT
DISCLAIMS THE REPRESENTATION OF THE CROSS APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN.
APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN
Register: PRINCIPAL
Affidavits: SECT 8.; SECT 15.; COMBINED SECT 8 AND SECT 15.
Registration Date: 1975-06-03, Registration Number: 1012452
Renewals: 1ST RENEWAL 1995.06.00 [see 01 June 1995]
Intl. Class  U.S. Class    Goods & Services
------------ ------------- ----------------------------------------
041          107           RELIGIOUS AND MINISTERIAL SERVICES
                           INCLUDING PASTORAL COUNSELING,
                           EDUCATIONAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL
                           SERVICES-NAMELY, PLANNING AND CONDUCTING
                           COURSES IN THE FIELD OF PHILOSOPHY; DATE
                           OF FIRST USE: 1966.07.01 [see]; DATE OF
                           FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 1966.07.01
Owner Name                  Owner Address
--------------------------- ----------------------------------------
(REGISTRANT)
HUBBARD, L. RON             1812 19TH ST. NW. WASHINGTON D.C. 20009
                            INDIVIDUAL UNITED STATES
(LAST LISTED OWNER)
RELIGIOUS TECHNOLOGY CENTER 1710 IVAR AVENUE LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA
                            90028 NON-PROFIT CORPORATION CALIFORNIA
SOURCE: United States Trademark Office records

Wednesday, 04 June 1975
Gregory Willardson, in a handwritten letter addressed to "A/G I DC"
[sic--see OUTPOINTS, below] Michael Meisner, directs Meisner to complete
target 10 of GO 1361 which calls for the placing of "an agent in DC IRS
to obtain files on LRH, Scientology, etc." by "no later than 30 August."
Willardson says that, based on a conversation with Mitchell Hermann, it
appears that the only documents still to be obtained are from "(1) OIO
[Office of International Operations], (2) Intell [Intelligence], (3) SSS
[Special Services Staff]" of the Internal Revenue Service. Willardson
adds: "Mitch explained to me that he had planned to get Silver in OIO,
and hopefully gain access to Intell via OIO. Further, that all SSS does
no longer exist in IRS but some were given over to Intell--thus Mitch
expected to get SSS via Intell. What I need from you is your plan of
action here on how to complete target 10 no later than 30 Aug... ." The
letter says, "[i]f you are going to need to get another FSM in you'd
have to start soon as it takes some time, etc." Willardson demands a
response "in project form within 24 hrs," and asks "When will Silver be
in OIO?" NOTE: OIO is, at this time conducting an audit of LRH and MSH
[see entry for 02 c. July 1973. Also, Meade Emory is Assistant to the
Commissioner of IRS.
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: 1. Meisner is supposedly Acting A/G DC--not
A/G I DC. 2. Mitchell Hermann has been transferred to Chicago, and is
supposedly not involved in the DC covert ops anymore. 3. There is
already an agent, Gerald Wolfe, in DC IRS, and, allegedly, over 15,000
files have already been stolen. 4. The Stipulation previously defines
"Silver" as the code word for IRS; here it is being used as a code word
for Wolfe (and is unequivocally defined that way in another sentence in
the Stipulation, which says: "'Silver' [the code name for Gerald
Wolfe].")
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 09 June 1975
A letter to Henning Heldt from Mary Sue Hubbard, entitled "IRS
Strategy," says: "I agree with the strategy completely as laid down."
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS, LIKELY ADDED FALSHOOD, ALTERED SEQUENCE: See
27 May 1975 entry, which is ostensibly a letter from Mary Sue that
ESTABLISHES the IRS Strategy. Now, almost exactly two weeks later, she
is ostensibly AGREEING with the IRS strategy. One of these alleged
letters, or both, must be false, and is evidence of likely forgery.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 10 c. June 1975
Complying to "Project Horn," Gerald Wolfe allegedly takes stationary
from IRS and turns it over to Michael Meisner. Wolfe also allegedly
steals IRS documents related to Bob Jones University in South Carolina
and the Unification Church. After receiving the documents from Wolfe,
Meisner notifies Gregory Willardson that he has complied with the
preliminary steps of "Project Horn."
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED OUT TIME: Date is only an estimate based on earlier
entries, as no date is provided in the Stipulation of Evidence.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 10 June 1975
The Rockefeller Commission's final report, "The Report to the President
by the Commission on CIA Activities Within the United States," is made
public. The report is said to have been "five months in preparation." It
states that the CIA has engaged in activities that were "plainly
unlawful and constituted improper invasions upon the rights of
Americans." The report also claims, though, that the "great majority" of
the CIA's domestic activities in its 28-year history have been in
compliance with its "statuatory authority." [NOTE: The Commission has
also investigated reports of CIA assassination plots. President Ford
chooses to withhold this information because he considers it is
"incomplete" and "extremely sensitive."]
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 11 June 1975
Michael Meisner prepares a project entitled "Beetle Cleanup." The
project calls for obtaining "all DC IRS files on LRH, Scientology, etc.,
in the Intelligence section, OIO, and SSS." It proposes the placement of
"FSMs" in the "required areas or good access developed," and further
that "Pitts" (the code name for Nancy Douglass) and "Silver" attempt to
obtain employment at the IRS Intelligence Division and Office of
International Operations respectively. Appended tis a letter signed by
Meisner addressed to Gregory Willardson, stating that Meisner is
attaching a project in "compliance to your attached order." It says that
the only road block is the fact that Nancy Douglass a/k/a "Pitts" still
has three files to obtain from DEA and that no positions might be
available in the two IRS areas contemplated by the project. NOTE: OIO
is, at this time conducting an audit of LRH and MSH [see entry for 02 c.
July 1973. Also, Meade Emory is Assistant to the Commissioner of IRS.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 12 June 1975
Two CIA reports are done regarding a device being used at SRI in the psi
research:
    1. "L. W. Rook; LSR/ORD; Memorandum for OTS/CB; Subject: Evidence
for Non-Randomness of Four-State Electronic Random Stimulus Generator;
12 June 1975 (CONFIDENTIAL)."
    2. "S. L. Cianci; LSR/ORD; Memorandum for OTS/CB; Subject: Response
to Requested Critique, SRI Random Stimulus Generator Results; 12 June
1975 (CONFIDENTIAL)."
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Sunday, 15 c. June 1975
The New York Times runs a story containing the following: "Leonid I.
Brezhnev, the Soviet leader, urged the United States to agree on a ban
of research and development of new kinds of weapons 'more terrible' than
anything the world has known. American arms control negotiators have
tried to find out from their Soviet counterparts what he had in mind,
but they have not learned anything more than that he meant 'some kind of
rays,' according to United States officials."

SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 13

Wednesday, 18 June 1975
A compliance report by Henning Heldt to Jane Kember and Mary Sue
Hubbard, is entitled "Re: IRS: CS-G Order 27 May 75." It says that the
overall strategy laid out in that order was as follows: "To use any
method at our disposal to win the battle and gain our non-profit
status." It further outlines that "B-I's [Bureau 1] major action is the
completion of its GO 1361 collection targets, and working out the means
to turn those over to legal and PR for use. Bureau I's actions are
moving along steadily and full completion is expected in two to three
months."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 21 c. June 1975
Gerald Wolfe enters the office of Lewis Hubbard, of the IRS Chief
Counsel's Office, to obtain documents related to the "Church of
Scientology of California's pending audit." Michael Meisner then meets
with Wolfe and receives copies of the documents. Meisner produces a
memorandum, "Present IRS Situation," saying that the fifty-seven pages
of appended documents "are the daily notes of Lew Hubbard," and
summarizing the documents. He appends the stolen documents, and sends
the package to Cindy Raymond, with copies to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard. The
memorandurm is routed through the DG US Henning Heldt, DGI US Richard
Weigand, and the Information Branch I Director US, Gregory Willardson.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 26 June 1975
United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, in case No. 74-1487,
reverses the 15 November 1973 [see] ruling by U.S. District Court,
Central District for California in "US et. al v. CSC et. al" and
remands the case to the lower court for an evidentiary hearing:
    "[W]e conclude that the Church's allegations of bad faith
harassment by the Service, though thin, raised sufficient doubt about
the Service's purposes to require the district court to hold a limited
evidentiary hearing to determine whether further inquiry into the
Service's purposes by way of discovery is warranted. Although we
anticipate that such a hearing would entail, for example,
cross-examination of the summoning agent ...we do not attempt to define
precisely the permissible scope of the evidentiary hearing. We leave
that to the discretion of the district court. ...
    "IV. Conclusion.
    "In view of our conclusion that the district court should have
granted the Church a limited evidentiary hearing to inquire into the
Service's purposes, we do not reach the Church's other arguments for
reversal.
    "Reversed and remanded for further proceedings."
SOURCE: "UNITED STATES of America, and Robert H. Cluberton, Internal
Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service, Petitioners-Appellees v. CHURCH
OF SCIENTOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA and Henning Heldt, Vice President,
Respondents-Appellants; No. 74-1487; United States Court of Appeals
Ninth Circuit.; court ruling re: "United States of America and Robert H.
Cluberton, Internal Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service, Petitioners
v. Church of Scientology of California and Henning Heldt, Vice
President, Respondents;" No. 73-2100-HP; United States District Court;
C.D. California

Friday, 27 June 1975
Guardian WorldWide Jane Kember issues Guardian Program Order 9 (GPgmO
9), written by Deputy Guardian for Information WorldWide Mo Budlong,
which specifically addresses itself to Interpol. Entitled "Snow White
Confidential," it orders that the Guardian's Office must: "Through
infiltrators or clandestined agents obtain all details of any reports of
requests for data on LRH, Scientology, OTC (Operations and Transport
Company), Apollo, etc. from US and/or US NCB (National Central Bureau of
Interpol) to IP (Interpol) International or any other NCB to US Police
and/or US NCB." (Target 10).
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 30 c. June 1975
Gerald Wolfe again enters the office of Lewis Hubbard of the IRS Chief
Counsel's Office to obtain documents related to the Church of
Scientology of California's pending audit. Michael Meisner again meets
with Wolfe and receives copies of the documents Wolfe has taken. Meisner
returns to his office and produces a memorandum summarizing the
documents. He appends approximately 26 stolen documents, and sends the
package to Cindy Raymond, with copies to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard. The
memorandurm is routed through the DG US Henning Heldt, the DGI US
Richard Weigand, and the Information Branch I Director US, Gregory
Willardson.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 01 c. July 1975
"I exited Scientology of my free will in 1975 and under reasonably
amicable circumstances. I might have exited earlier--had I not
personally been persecuted in the minds of some as 'a Scientologist,'
always instead being a student of Mr. Hubbard's ideas and
techniques."--Ingo Swann
SOURCE: Ingo Swann, on-line book: "Remote Viewing--The Real Story,"
Chapter 24

Tuesday, 01 c. July 1975
Pat Price has reportedly "finished his stint with the coal company in
West Virginia." The referenced source makes the curious observation:"The
job hadn't been a cover for his CIA work. He had actually worked for the
enterprise." For some reason, though--unexplained--he charters a plane
around this time and flies CIA agents Ken Kress, Richard Kennett, and
"some other CIA officials" out to the coal company, in Huntington, West
Virginia. No reason is given why CIA officials would be flying out to
meet Price at a coal company.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 13

Wednesday, 02 July 1975
A letter from Duke Snider to DGI US Richard Weigand, entitled "Re: GO
1361," reviews accomplishments of the Information Bureau. Referring to
target 10, he says that "IRS DC is progressing," and that Gregory
Willardson has ordered the DC GO to complete by 30 August 1975 the
collection of all documents called for by target 10. Snider says that
target 10 is proceeding on schedule. Referring to target 17, to
"infiltrate selected areas of the Justice Dept Tax Div for all files on
us," he complains that no data has been received on "the status of Tax
Div DC action." He orders that if target 10 files have not been
obtained, "do a project to get them and complete the DC aspect of this
tgt." He admonishes Weigand to "consider this a high priority matter and
get these actions quickly done."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 10 c. July c. 1975
LRH reportedly suffers a minor stroke while the ship is in harbour in
Curacao. He is rushed (by Kima Douglas) to the local hospital, kept in
intensive care for two days and then transferred to a private room,
where he stays for three weeks.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19--Kima Douglas testimony

Saturday, 12 c. July 1975
Pat Price, on a "personal services contract" with the CIA, is given a
"second requirements list" for things the Libyan Desk of the CIA wants
to know regarding a Libyan installation that Price had earlier (date
unknown) identified with remote viewing as a guerilla training site.
According to the source, CIA Project Officer Dr. Kenneth Kress, "Price
died of a heart attack a few days later, and the program stopped." NOTE:
This date is reckoned from the date of Price's death in Las Vegas.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Tuesday, 15 c. July 1975
Pat Price leaves from Huntington, West Virginia an a several-week trip
west. He first "stops off" in Washington, D.C.--reason unknown.
According to a reconstruction from other data [see entry for 16 c. July
1975], Price has dinner in Washington, where (according to what Price
soon tells friends [see entry for 16 c. July 1975]), someone "seems to
slip something into his coffee."
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 13

Tuesday, 15 c. July 1975
The Soviets have reportedly embarked upon a society-wide screening
program for talented psychics, covering high schools, universities, and
Red Army recruits.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 13

Wednesday, 16 c. July 1975
Pat Price continues his trip west. He goes on to Utah "for a brief visit
with his son" [see OUTPOINTS, below], and on from there to Las Vegas
[reason ostensibly because he loves gambling], Price is planning to go
on from Vegas, after a few days, to SRI, then to Los Angeles to visit
his wife. In Vegas, Price is accompanied by an old friend named Bill
Alvarez and his wife, Judy. The three check into the Stardust Hotel,
rest, and go into the restaurant for dinner.
    Price begins to complain that he doesn't feel good, and ostensibly
tells the Alvarezes that someone "had seemed to slip something into his
coffee" at dinner in Washington "the night before" [sic--see OUTPOINTS,
below]. He seems serious about it. Price soon feels so bad that he goes
up to his room to lie down. He feels even worse, and calls the
Alvarezes. They come to his room and find him on the bed in cardiac
arrest. Bill Alvarez calls paramedics, who try without success to
resuscitate Price with defibrillator paddles. Price is declared dead in
the local hospital's emergency room.
    Reportedly, a mysterious "friend" of Price's turns up at the
emergency room with "a briefcase full of his medical records," which,
along with the statments of the emergency room's physician, apparently
are enough to waive an autopsy--which would normally be performed on an
out-of-towner who had died outside the hospital. NOTE: CIA'S Richard
Kennett allegedly later tries to "track down" the mystery man with the
briefcase, but, reportedly, "never found out who he was, or whether he
even existed."
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED-OUT TIME, ADDED INAPPLICABLE MYSTERY MAN: The "brief
visit with his son" must have been brief indeed, since Price allegedly
tells the Alvarezes that he had been in Washington having dinner THE
NIGHT BEFORE. That means that Price could only have stopped in Utah only
long enough to see his son at the airport before going on to Las Vegas.
The "mystery man" with the briefcase bears no further comment,
especially since the CIA's own agent, Richard Kennett, was never able to
discover anything at all about "him."
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 13

Monday, 21 c. July 1975
Cindy Raymond informs Michael Meisner that the Church of Scientology has
initiated a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the IRS
and directs him to be alert to any documents in the offices of Charles
Zuravin, an attorney in the Disclosure Division of the IRS Chief
Counsel's Office, since Zuravin is representing the United States in
that FOIA case. Meisner immediately notifies Gerald Wolfe and instructs
him to add Zuravin's office to the list of offices in the IRS's main
building which Wolfe has to constantly monitor.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INVISIBLE LAWSUIT: There is no "FOIA lawsuit" that can
be found between CSC and IRS--certainly not around this date, or that
Cindy Raymond (in L.A.) would be "informing" Meisner (in D.C.) about.
The only known FOIA suit filed by CSC at this time is the one filed 14
June 1974 [see] by the Founding Church of Scientology of Washington,
D.C., Inc., naming the Director of the FBI, the Attorney General and the
Secretary of the Treasury--not the IRS, per se.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 23 July 1975
In a letter from Peggy Tyson, the Information Bureau Programs Officer,
to Duke Snider, she says that she has contacted DC and that "tgt 17 IS
done." Tyson telephones Michael Mesiner and asks him to immediately send
a dispatch to Cindy Raymond outlining the status of all target 17
actions and indicating what remains to be accomplished.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 28 c. July 1975
Gerald Wolfe makes his first entry into Charles Zuravin's office and
copies Zuravin's file on the pending Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
He turns the copies over to Michael Meisner, who summarizes the
documents in a memorandum addressed to Cindy Raymond, with a copy to CSG
Mary Sue Hubbard. [NOTE: This is the FIRST of what should be only FIVE
illegal entries by Wolfe into Zuravin's office. The Stipulation says
there were FIVE, with the results of each summarized by Meisner in a
memo to Cindy Raymond. But then the stipulation actually describes SIX
entries. See the records in this database for 8 and 10 November 1975.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 30 July 1975
A handwritten letter from Gregory Willardson responding to Michael
Meisner thanks him for his project (Beetle Cleanup). Willardson says he
is turning it over to Cindy Raymond to carry out.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 08 c. August c. 1975
Frankie Freedman, on a mission (sent by LRH?) to find a land base for
Flag, finds a run-down motel, the Neptune, on the shore at Daytona
Beach, Florida. He contacts the owner and offers to rent the entire
motel for three months. They agree on a figure of $50,000.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Sunday, 10 c. August c. 1975
While convalescing (from his reported stroke) in a bungalow at the
Curacao Hilton, LRH despatchs an aide, Mark Schecter, to the United
States on a top secret mission. Schecter carries a suitcase full of
money ($50,000). His orders are to hand it over to Frankie Freedman, who
has found a motel for rent (the Neptune) in Daytona Beach, Florida.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19

Monday, 11 August 1975
In a memorandum to Cindy Raymond, "GO 1361-TGT 17 STATUS," Michael
Meisner says that "Peggy [Tyson] asked me to send you a dispatch re the
areas checked for target 17 of GO 1361." He says that the only data
found in the Tax Division was in the offices of Krysa and Larsen,and
that the only areas in the Justice Department that should be checked
"all [are located] in the main Treasury [sic] building" and "would
require infiltration--probably several different FSMs."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 12 August 1975
A letter from Peggy Tyson to Duke Snider and Richard Weigand alludes to
Michael Meisner's statement that he "has gotten files from the Justice
Dept. Tax Division."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 15 c. August 1975
LRH summons Jim Dincalci, and supposedly tells him: "We're going to
leave the ship. Get some money, go
to Daytona Beach and find me a place close to the Neptune motel. They
have those condomiums [sic] all over the place--pick up one of them."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Monday, 01 c. September 1975
"Following extensive examination of various Church records in the
early-mid 1970's, the IRS officially recognized the tax-exempt status of
14 Churches of Scientology in 1975. These same Churches are recognized
to this day as exempt by the IRS." (These 14 exemption rulings actually
cover a period from April through September 1975.)
SOURCE: Book: What is Scientology

Monday, 01 c. September 1975
LRH leaves Curacao on a direct flight to Orlando, Florida, accompanied
by Mary Sue and Kima Douglas. They are driven to Daytona Beach, where
Jim Dincalci has rented adjoining suites in a modern seafront hotel a
couple of hundred yards down the road from the Neptune motel.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Friday, 05 c. September 1975
Flag crew are beginning to arrive in Daytona by various routes, and
moving into the Neptune motel. The Apollo has been left in Freeport,
Bahamas, with a skeleton crew, to be sold.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Friday, 05 c. September 1975
Gerald Armstrong is in the Intelligence Bureau [now called the
Information Bureau] of the Guardian's Office. In Armstrong's own words:
"...[A]fter the ship operation moved ashore in Florida, I was posted in
the Guardian's Office (GO) Intelligence Bureau connected to Hubbard's
Personal Office."
SOURCE: Declaration of Gerald Armstrong, filed in the United States
District Court for the Northern District of California, in RTC v. Grady
Ward, No. C-96-20207 RMW; RTC v. Keith Henson, No. C-96-20271 RMW; and
RTC v. Dennis Erlich, et. al, No. C-95-20091 RMW; also, a text file:
"corydon.txt," a version of Bent Corydon's book, "Messiah or Madman," as
found on the Internet

Friday, 05 September 1975
Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, 26, a Manson family follower, attempts to
assissinate President Gerald Ford in Sacramento, California, with a
45-calibre pistol that has four bullets in it--but none in the firing
chamber. She is subdued by Secret Service men and the gun taken from
her.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 10 September 1975
In a letter headed "CONFIDENTIAL--SHRED WHEN FINISHED," Cindy Raymond
tells Michael Meisner that there may have been some confusion regarding
GO 1361, target 17, so she is reissuing it. She reminds him that targets
16 and 17 require the infiltration of the Justice Department Tax
Division to obtain all files on Scientology, and instructs him that
"[w]hat you need to do to comply to this is survey all areas that we
have checked, and then take a look at any area (Tax Div) that we need to
check and then get the data." (The Stipulation says that Meisner then
notifies Raymond that all documents from the DOJ Tax Division relating
to Scientology have been already obtained. But there is no date or
document for that.)
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 16 September 1975
The congressional "Church Committee" on US intelligence agencies is in
session, holding hearings. More hearings are held on 17 and 18
September.
SOURCE: Book: "The Search for the Manchurian Candidate," by John Marks,
Chapter 13; NOTE: Source CIA documents are cited in the book.

Friday, 19 c. September 1975
Gerald Wolfe makes his next entry into Charles Zuravin's office and
copies more files. He turns them over to Michael Meisner. Each of the
documents is summarized in the Meisner memorandum of 24 September 1975
to Cindy Raymond, with a copy sent to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard. [NOTE: This
is the SECOND of what should be only FIVE illegal entries by Wolfe into
Zuravin's office. The Stipulation says there were FIVE, with the results
of each summarized by Meisner in a memo to Cindy Raymond. But then the
stipulation actually describes SIX entries. See the records in this
database for 8 and 10 November 1975.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 21 September 1975
Gregory Willardson writes a CSW to Guardian WW Jane Kember requesting
her to issue "commendations" and "awards" to certain Bureau I staff
members who have been involved in GO 1361 from March to late June 1975.
The attached "Guardian Condition Order" lists all the individuals to be
honored, including Cindy Raymond. It is approved by Henning Heldt,
Richard Weigand, Gregory Willardson, Mo Budlong, and Joe Lisa for the
Guardian WorldWide, Jane Kember.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 21 September 1975
Sara Jane Moore is questioned by Secret Service agents, but not
detained. [NOTE: The reason for the agents questioning her is not given
in the referenced source.]
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 22 September 1975
Sara Jane Moore fires a single shot from a .38-calibre revolver at
President Gerald Ford as he walks out of the St. Francis Hotel in San
Francisco. A "bystander"--33-year old Oliver Sipple, a former
Marine--deflects the weapon as it goes off, and Ford is not hit.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 24 September 1975
A Michael Meisner memorandum to Cindy Raymond summarizes documents
regarding the "IRS/Hawaii Intelligence Files," ostensibly stolen by
Gerald Wolfe from Charles Zuravin's office. A copy is sent to CSG Mary
Sue Hubbard.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 26 c. September 1975
Gerald Wolfe makes his next entry into Charles Zuravin's office and
copies more files. Each of the documents concerns either "the IRS
National Office Intelligence files" or the "SSS" [Special Services
Staff] files," which were specifically called for by GO 1361, Target 10.
He turns them over to Michael Meisner. Each of the documents is
summarized in the Meisner memorandum of 30 September 1975 addressed to
Cindy Raymond, with a copy sent to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard. [NOTE: This is
the THIRD of what should be only FIVE illegal entries by Wolfe into
Zuravin's office. The Stipulation says there were FIVE, with the results
of each summarized by Meisner in a memo to Cindy Raymond. But then the
stipulation actually describes SIX entries. See the records in this
database for 8 and 10 November 1975.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 30 September 1975
A Michael Meisner memorandum to Cindy Raymond summarizes four documents
ostensibly stolen by Gerald Wolfe from Charles Zuravin's office, and
concerns either "the IRS National Office Intelligence files" or the
"SSS" [Special Services Staff] files," which are specifically called for
by GO 1361, Target 10. A copy is sent to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 30 September 1975
Protocol for routing of memoranda from Michael Meisner is changed.
Before this date, memoes and attached documents were routed through a
number of Information Bureau officials. After this date, they all are
routed directly to Cindy Raymond, who is responsible for their proper
distribution. According to the stipulation, that includes Henning Heldt,
Richard Weigand and Gregory Willardson, with a copy sent to the CSG,
Mary Sue Hubbard
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 01 c. October 1975
Gregory Willardson becomes the Deptuty Deputy Guardian for Information
US (DDG I US).
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: This same source--the Stipulation of
Evidence--also says that Willardson went onto this post in January of
1976 [see]. One or both of these "facts" must be false.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 01 c. October 1975
Stacy (Brooks) Young joins the Sea Organization.
SOURCE: Stacy Young Affidavit, 13 October 1994, posted on the Internet

Friday, 03 October 1975
A memorandum that is only described in the Stipulation as being "from a
Guardian's Office official" to Richard Weigand requests a compliance
report regarding target 17 of GO 1361. Weigand allegedly writes a
handwritten note on the memo stating that target 17 "is almost done" in
DC, but still requires six weeks to be completed at the Justice
Department Tax Division in LA.
OUTPOINTS: WRONG SOURCE, OMITTED SOURCE
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 06 c. October 1975
"By early October 1975," IRS attorney Charles Zuravin has completed an
FOIA index regarding all IRS documents relating to Scientology, and has
sent it to "Scientology attorneys" [who allegedly have a pending FOIA
case]. In preparing the FOIA index, Zuravin has numbered each document
to facilitate locating them. "Within the next few days," Cindy Raymond
sends a copy of that index to Michael Meisner with a directive to obtain
all documents that Zuravin has concluded are exempted from the FOIA.
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED CASE CITE: There is no known FOIA case against the
IRS, per se, at this time. The cases that might have bearing on this
include the following: 1) On 14 June 1974 [see], Founding Church of
Scientology of Washington, D.C., Inc., has sued the Director [of the
FBI], the Attorney General, and the Secretary of the Treasury for
information in government files which the Church contends have been
wrongly disseminated. This might be an FOIA suit, and one that is still
pending on this date, but no ruling or other reference to this suit has
been found. It does not appear to name IRS, per se. 2) On 26 June 1975
[see], a court of appeals has reversed and remanded to the District
Court the adverse ruling against CSC in case No. CV74-3465-RJK, United
States District Court; C.D. California: Church of Scientology of
California, a non-profit corporation, Plaintiff v. Internal Revenue
Service, Donald C. Alexander, Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
Department of the Treasury of the United States, William Simon,
Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, Defendants [see entries
for 26 November and 12 December 1974]. As of the date of this entry,
this case may be being re-heard by the District Court. 3) On 19 December
1974 [see], CSC has filed FOIA requests for records from the U.S.
Treasury, the U.S. Secret Service, the Secretary of the Treasury, and
the Director of Secret Service, including requests for documents from
the Treasury Department's Office of the Assistant Secretary for
Enforcement, Operations, and Tariff Claims (EOTA). This does not appear
to be a lawsuit, per se. There is no evidence of what became of these
requests.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 08 c. October 1975
Gerald Wolfe makes his next entry into Charles Zuravin's office and
copies more files. He turns them over to Michael Meisner. Each of the
documents is summarized in the Meisner memorandum of 10 October 1975
regarding the "IRS Intelligence Files--1972-1974," addressed to Cindy
Raymond, with a copy sent to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard. [NOTE: This is the
FOURTH of what should be only FIVE illegal entries by Wolfe into
Zuravin's office. The Stipulation says there were FIVE, with the results
of each summarized by Meisner in a memo to Cindy Raymond. But then the
stipulation actually describes SIX entries. See the records in this
database for 8 and 10 November 1975.]
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED FOIA INDEX LIST: If Wolfe is freely--and
illegally--entering Zuravin's offices and taking documents at will, how
is it that he misses the critical FOIA Index list that Zuravin has just
completed [see entry for 06 c. October 1975] for Scientology lawyers?
Why does Michael Meisner have to get that list sent to him by Cindy
Raymond (in Los Angeles) after she gets it via the lawyers?
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 08 October 1975
A CIA report is written regarding experiments being done at SRI: "G.
Burow; OJCS/AD/BD; Memorandum for Dr. Kress; Subject: Analysis of the
Subject-Machine Relationship; 8 October 1975 (CONFIDENTIAL)."
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Wednesday, 08 October 1975
A CIA report somehow related to the "requirements list" for a Libyan
remote viewing target that was allegedly passed to Pat Price just days
before he died [see entry for 12 c. July 1975]: "DDO/NE; Memorandum for
OTS/BAB; Subject: Experimental Collection Activity Relating to Libya; 8
October 1975 (SECRET)."
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: This report is associated, in the referenced
source, with Pat Price prior to his death. Yet this is dated 8 October
1975, and Price reportedly died around 16 July 1975 [see]. This makes
little to no sense.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Friday, 10 October 1975
A Michael Meisner memorandum to Cindy Raymond summarizes documents
regarding the "IRS Intelligence Files - 1972-1974," ostensibly stolen by
Gerald Wolfe from Charles Zuravin's office. A copy is sent to CSG Mary
Sue Hubbard.
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED SECURITY: This is all supposedly going on while, down
the street, the congressional "Church Committee" is making mincemeat out
of the US Intelligence community. But the GO is continuing to steal
documents right out from under the noses of D.C. intelligence units by
the barrel-full. (BTW, anybody heard the name of Meade Emory--Assistant
to the Commissioner of IRS--mentioned in all of this Stipulation stuff?
No? Wonder why not?)
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 13 October 1975
Henning Heldt sends a CSW to Jane Kember, the Guardian WW, dealing with
"the turnover of B-1 data from IRS LA, IRS DC, and Justice Dept. Tax
Division to PR and legal to get the reports D/A'd (dead agented), and
for attacking along PR and legal lines." The CSW requests approval for
proposed Guardian Order 1361-1 to complete targets 6-8, 14-15, and 19 of
GO 1361. GO 1361-1 calls for placing additional "FSMs" into the LA and
DC "target areas," and preparing the stolen government documents for
release to the press and for use in possible Scientology legal cases.
The CSW is routed through the Deputy Guardians for Information, Legal,
and Public Relations WorldWide.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 13 October 1975
Michael Meisner sends a memo to Cindy Raymond dealing with the
transcript of an interview between former Scientologist Gene Allard, and
California Deputy Attorney General Lawrence Tapper. A copy of that
transcript had reportedly been given to the IRS, and has ostensibly been
copied and stolen by Gerald Wolfe in his raid on Zuravin's office which
ocurred approximately 8 October.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 14 c. October 1975
Cindy Raymond sends Michael Meisner a copy of the FOIA index list,
prepared by IRS's Charles Zuravin, of "all IRS documents relating to
Scientology," along with a directive to Meisner to obtain all documents
that Zuravin had concluded were exempted from the FOIA. [See entry for
06 c. October 1975.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 15 c. October 1975
The Fort Harrison, in Clearwater, Florida, and the Clearwater Bank
building, are purchased by "Southern Land Sales and Development
Corporation."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Thursday, 16 October 1975
An outgoing signal from CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, reads:
"REVIEW OF AVAILABLE INFO REGARDING OVERSEAS ACTIVITIES CHURCH OF
SCIENTOLOGY REVEALS ONLY THAT ITS FOUNDER L. RON HUBBARD IS ECCENTRIC
MILLIONAIRE WHO HAS BEEN EXPELLED FROM RESIDENCE IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES
BECAUSE OF HIS ODD ACTIVITIES AND BEHAVIOUR. HE IS OWNER OF SEVERAL
SHIPS WHOSE APPEARANCE IN PORTS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF WORLD HAVE
STIMULATED QUERIES...FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS ASKING INFO RE VESSELS
MISSION AND CREW. RESPONSES INDICATE WE KNOW VERY LITTLE..."
OUTPOINTS: ADDED PRE-CLINTON PREVARICTION: "...responses indicate we
know very little." How cute and Clintonesque: their OWN responses
"indicate" that they "know very little." I'm sure their responses DO
indicate that they "know very little." All CIA responses to any question
asked "indicate" that they "know very little." Lying bunch of perverts,
sadists and thugs.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19

Friday, 31 October 1975
A letter is sent to Senator Church by President Gerald Ford demanding
that the Church Committee's report on US assassination plots against
foreign leaders be kept secret. Church issues a press statement in
response to Ford's letter: "I am astonished that President Ford wants to
suppress the committee's report on assassination and keep it concealed
from the American people."
SOURCE: "George Bush: the Unauthorized Biography," a book by Webster G.
Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, on the web at
http://www.kmf.org/williams/bushbook/bush11.html

Friday, 31 c. October 1975
The Apollo is sold.
SOURCE: Affidavit of Howard Schomer, 14 May 1996, posted on the Internet

Sunday, 02 November 1975
President Gerald Ford dismisses Secretary of Defense (and previous CIA
Director) Dr. James R. Schlesinger, as well as the current CIA Director,
William Colby. Ford also asks Henry Kissinger to resign his post as
National Security Advisor at the White House, but to stay on as
Secretary of State. Kissinger agrees. Ford designates George Bush--US
Envoy to the People's Republic of China--to take over as Director of
Central Intelligence (DCI). [NOTE: Because of delays in Bush getting
back to the States, Ford has to ask Colby to stay on his post
temporarily.]
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983; also, Report "Fifteen DCIs' First 100 Days," prepared January
1993 by the History Staff in CIA's Center for the Study of Intelligence.

Monday, 03 November 1975
Senator Church is approached by reporters outside of his Senate hearing
room and asked about the firing of Colby, and Colby's likely replacement
by George Bush. Church responds with a voice that is trembling with
anger. "There is no question in my mind but that concealment is the new
order of the day," he says. "Hiding evil is the trademark of a
totalitarian government."
SOURCE: "George Bush: the Unauthorized Biography," a book by Webster G.
Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, on the web at
http://www.kmf.org/williams/bushbook/bush11.html

Friday, 07 November 1975
GO 1361-1 is approved by Jane Kember and issued. According to testimony
of Kathryn Hirsch, the initials "LR" at the lower left-hand corner next
to the name Jane Kember is that of Lexie Ramirez, Ms. Kember's
communicator. (GO 1361-1 calls for placing additional "FSMs" into the LA
and DC "target areas," and preparing the stolen government documents for
release to the press and for use in possible Scientology legal cases.)
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 08 November 1975
Gerald Wolfe goes into the IRS building (on Saturday (and Sunday?) and
steals copies of "a foot of material" ostensibly based on the
FOIA-exempt index list. [NOTE: According to the stipulation, Wolfe
doesn't even receive the FOIA-exempt index list until around the 18th of
November (see)--ten days later! The "foot of material" being referred to
can only be in Zuravin's office, and Wolfe would have to ALREADY HAVE
THE LIST. NOTE, also, that this is the mysterious SIXTH of what should
be only FIVE entries by Wolfe into Zuravin's office. See OUTPOINTS,
below.]
OUTPOINTS: ALTERED SEQUENCE, CONTRARY FACTS: The Stipulation says that
after the first illegal entrance to Zuravin's office, on or about 28
July 1975 [see], "[t]he defendant Wolfe made four additional illegal
entries into Mr. Zuravin's office at the IRS between mid-September and
late November 1975"--for a total of FIVE entrances. All five of those are
accounted for from Meisner's memoes summarizing the documents taken on
those occasions. Those memos are dated 24 September, 30 September, 10
October, and 20 November 1975 [see]. Yet here is a description of
another purported foray into Zuravin's office, with "a foot of material"
being taken. This is a SIXTH, and important, incident, while the
Stipulation asserts that there were only FIVE total, and that tthe
stolen material from each was summarized by Meisner in memoes to Cindy
Raymond--of which there are five. Note, also, that the incident that
fits the description for the FIFTH entrance into Zuravin's office comes
lLATER--see database record for 18 Novermber 1975.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 10 November 1975
In a letter to Cindy Raymond, Michael Meisner encloses a copy of the
list of withheld IRS documents exempted under FOIA which he ostensibly
has given to Gerald Wolfe, prepared from the FOIA index which Raymond
"had sent him." [NOTE: According to the Stipulation, Meisner doesn't
give the exempt list to Wolfe until around 18 November 1975 (see). See
OUTPOINTS, below.] Meisner allegedly tells Raymond that "Silver"
(defined variously in the Stipulation; here used as being a codename for
Gerald Wolfe) "is methodically making copies of all documents listed."
He says that Wolfe, over the previous weekend, has taken "a foot of
material" (stolen documents) from the IRS and is already through the
third column of numbers on the index list. Meisner estimates that an
additional two weekends will be needed to acquire all remaining
documents.
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: These documents, according to the
Stipulation, would have to have come from Zuravin's office. The
Stipulation contradicts itself in first asserting there were only five
incursions into Zuravin's office, accounted for by Meisner memoes
summarizing what was taken each time. Yet here is a SIXTH, and
important, incident, with "a foot of material" being taken, and there is
no indication of the usual summary of that "foot of material" being done
by Meisner. Also, the Stipulation claims Wolfe got the FOIA-exempt list
on or around 18 November 1975 [see]. Note also the reference to "Silver"
being the code name for Gerald Wolfe, when the Stipulation earlier
defines "Silver" as being the GO's code name for IRS.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 12 November 1975
A Finding and Order to Show Cause is issued against HASI, Inc. by the
Arizona Corporation Commission due to failure to pay prescribed fee and
failure to "file the report as proscribed by Section 10-211 Arizona
Revised Statutes." It threatens termination of the right to transact or
do business in the state of Arizona, with a hearing scheduled in Arizona
before the Commission on 16 December 1975. It is signed by Evo J. De
Concini, Secretary, Al Faron, Chairman, Ernest Garfield, Commissioner,
and Bud Tims, Commissioner. NOTE: There is no record of any such hearing
ever taking place.
SOURCE: Microfiche record from Arizona Corporations Commission

Friday, 14 November 1975
An annual report is filed for HASI, Inc. with the Arizona Corporation
Commission by Anne Ursprung Burgess, President, and Joel Kreiner,
Secretary. The microfiche record is illegible in the area that defines
the fiscal year, but it is assumed to be for the fiscal year ending
April 1975. Copyrights are listed on the form under "Intangible Assets,
Goodwill," and valued at $7,463. NOTE: There are several copies, and the
dates of the relevant fiscal years are obliterated by the grunge of the
microfilm. These could be two separate annual reports--one each for
fiscal years 1974 and 1975--because both years were apparently
outstanding and overdue, according to an Order to Show Cause issued by
the Arizona Corporation Commision [see entry for 12 November 1975], but
it is impossible to tell from the available records. This, by all
available information, is the last annual report ever filed for HASI,
Inc.
SOURCE: Microfiche record from Arizona Corporations Commission

Saturday, 15 c. November 1975
The Pike Committee issues a contempt of Congress citation against Henry
Kissinger for his refusal to provide documentation of covert operations.
SOURCE: "George Bush: the Unauthorized Biography," a book by Webster G.
Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, on the web at
http://www.kmf.org/williams/bushbook/bush11.html

Tuesday, 18 c. November 1975
Gerald Wolfe makes his "fifth and last entry" into Charles Zuravin's
office on or about 18 November 1975, ostensibly "[u]pon receipt from
Michael Meisner of the list of IRS documents exempted from FOIA
disclosure" [see outpoints, below]. He makes copies and turns the copies
over to Michael Meisner. (NOTE: This is the FIFTH of what should be only
FIVE illegal entries by Wolfe into Zuravin's office. The Stipulation
says there were FIVE, with the results of each summarized by Meisner in
memoes to Cindy Raymond. But then the stipulation actually describes SIX
entries. See the records in this database for 8 and 10 November 1975.)
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: See note above re: the mysterious SIXTH
entry. Also, the stipulation makes the odd statement regarding this
incident, that Wolfe made this entry: "Upon receipt from Michael Meisner
of the list of IRS documents exempted from FOIA disclosure." But
elsewhere the Stipulation claims that Wolfe already had that list as
early as 8 November [see]--the time of the mysterious SIXTH entry into
Zuravin's office.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 20 November 1975
Michael Meisner sends a memorandum, "Re: Withheld IRS FOI Documents
#108-141," to Cindy Raymond, with a copy sent to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard.
It summarizes the copies of documents allegedly taken within a day or
two before from Charles Zuravin's office by Gerald Wolfe during his
FIFTH, and last, illegal entry into Zuravin's office.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 20 c. November 1975
The referenced source (BFM) claims that LRH approves "a Guardian's
Office proposal to infiltrate agents into the US Attorney's offices in
Washington DC and Los Angeles with the specific task of providing an
early warning of any legal moves against him." The source is referring
to GO Order 261175, with an issuance date of 26 November 1975 [see entry
for that date]. The source says this GO Order is called "Program LRH
Security," and quotes its "first priorty" as being: "Maintain an
alerting Early Warning System throughout the GO N/W [Guardian's Office
network] so that any situation concerning govts or courts by reason of
suits is known in adequate time to take defensive actions to suddenly
raise the level on LRH personal security very high." NOTE: The date of
this entry is selected as being several days before the issuance of the
GO Order, since it is claimed that LRH approved the order himself.
OUTPOINTS: MAJOR OMITTED FACT: Why doesn't the Stipulation of Evidence
even mention LRH's personal approval of ths VERY damning order,?! This
would have made him an INDICTED co-conspirator in the government's case
against Mary Sue, et. al. How does Russel Miller know that LRH
personally approved this order, and the government DIDN'T?!
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Thursday, 20 November 1975
The Church Committee issues its assassination report. Daniel Schorr
reports on CBS news that "no foreign leader was directly killed by the
CIA." But not for want of trying.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Monday, 24 c. November 1975
The IRS moves all Scientology-related documents from Zuravin's office to
a file room (which had previously been the office of Helen Bumbry)
across the hall which has a more secure lock. The Stipulation states:
"Consequently, the defendant Wolfe was unable to continue to obtain the
remaining documents until sometime in January 1976 when, with the
assistance of Mr. Don Alverzo, that office was forced open with
lock-picking equipment." NOTE: the date is reckoned from alleged date of
Gerald Wolfe's last entry into Zuravin's office, which was on or around
20 November 1975. It is unlikely, but possible, that the move occurred
22-23 November, a Saturday and Sunday.
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: Later in the Stipulation, it claims that the
Scientology documents are inaccessible because, "In November 1975, the
Office of Messrs. Charles Zuravin and Lewis Hubbard were placed within a
'red seal' or high security area inside the main IRS building in
Washington D.C." Here, though, it says that just THE DOCUMENTS were
moved ACROSS THE HALL. (Compare database record for 14 c. February 1976)
Also, this claim of the office being opened with lockpicking equipment
turns out later in the Stipulation to be contradicted. See database
record for 18 January 1976.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 25 November 1975
Serial Number: 73-040664 TRADEMARK REGISTERED
Filing Date: 1974-12-30 [see]
Word Mark: NARCONON, Type of Mark: SERVICE MARK
Mark Drawing Code: (1) TYPED DRAWING
Register: PRINCIPAL
Affidavits: SECT 8.; SECT 15.; COMBINED SECT 8 AND SECT 15.
Registration Date: 1975-11-25, Registration Number: 1025913
Renewals: 1ST RENEWAL 1995.11.00
Intl. Class U.S. Class Goods & Services
----------- ---------- ----------------------------------------
041         107        EDUCATIONAL SERVICES-NAMELY, ORGANIZING
                       AND CONDUCTING TRAINING AND
                       REHABILITATION PROGRAMS FOR NARCOTICS
                       ADDICTS AND CRIMINALS; DATE OF FIRST
                       USE: 1966.02.19; DATE OF FIRST USE IN
                       COMMERCE: 1966.02.19
Owner Name Owner Address
------------------------------- -------------------------------------
(REGISTRANT)
HUBBAARD, [sic. HUBBARD] L. RON ST. HILL MANOR EAST GRINSTEAD, SUSSEX
                                ENGLAND INDIVIDUAL UNITED STATES
(LAST LISTED OWNER)
ASSOCIATION FOR BETTER LIVING   6331 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD, SUITE 700
AND EDUCATION                   HOLLYWOOD CALIFORNIA 90028 NON-PROFIT
CORPORATION CALIFORNIA
SOURCE: United States Trademark Office records

Wednesday, 26 November 1975
The referenced source (BFM) refers to GO Order 261175, with an issuance
date of 26 November 1975. The source says this GO Order is called
"Program LRH Security," and quotes its "first priorty" as being:
"Maintain an alerting Early Warning System throughout the GO N/W
[Guardian's Office network] so that any situation concerning govts or
courts by reason of suits is known in adequate time to take defensive
actions to suddenly raise the level on LRH personal security very
high."
OUTPOINTS: MAJOR OMITTED FACT, CONTRARY FACTS: According to the
Stipulation of Evidence, this Guardian Order is issued on 5 December
1975 [see]. Why doesn't the Stipulation of Evidence mention LRH's
approval of this VERY damning order [see entry for 20 c. November
1975]?! This would have made him an INDICTED co-conspirator in the
government's case against Mary Sue, et. al. How does Russel Miller know
that LRH personally approved this order, and the government DIDN'T?!
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Monday, 01 c. December 1975
Gerald Armstrong becomes LRH External Communications Aide, which, as
Armstrong describes it, is "a relay terminal for Hubbard's written and
telex traffic to and from Scientology organizations." This means that
Armstrong is privvy to, and in control of, all the communications to and
from LRH (iincluding the GO traffic) from this date through to 01 c.
July 1976 [see].
SOURCE: Declaration of Gerald Armstrong, filed in the United States
District Court for the Northern District of California, in RTC v. Grady
Ward, No. C-96-20207 RMW; RTC v. Keith Henson, No. C-96-20271 RMW; and
RTC v. Dennis Erlich, et. al, No. C-95-20091 RMW

Thursday, 04 December 1975
A CIA report on a Pat Price remote viewing of a Soviet Research and
Development facility: "D. Stillman; Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory;
'An Analysis of a Remote Viewing Experiment of URDF-3,' 4 December 1975
(CONFIDENTIAL)."
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Friday, 05 December 1975
LRH and Mary Sue, accompanied by "a discreet entourage" of messengers
and aides, move into four apartments (located by Frankie Freedman) in a
condominium complex called King Arthur's Court in Dunedin, a small town
on the coast about five miles north of Clearwater. The location is
supposed to remain a closely-guarded secret.
SOURCE: Book: Bare-Faced Messiah, quoting Kima Douglas

Friday, 05 December 1975
Guardian Program Order 158 (GPgmO 158)--Early Warning System--is issued by
the Guardian World Wide Jane Kember after having been written by Henning
Heldt and Richard Weigand. It includes targets to identify any potential
lawsuit against, or subpoena for "LRH or MSH from a government agency or
individual litigation or from any source whatever" and to:
    "1. Place an agent into the US Attorney's Office DC as a first
action as this office should cover all Federal agencies that we are in
litigation with or may be in litigation with. AG I DC
    "2. Obtain data on their intended actions toward Scientology,
LRH/MSH. AG I DC
    "3. Get an agent into the US Attorney's rffice [sic] LA as a
simultaneous action...
    "4. Obtain data on their intended actions toward Scientology,
LRH/MSH. BR 1 DIR US
    "5. Place a seperate agent into the IRS Office of International
Operations (OIO) (as this office has a case preparation or investigative
action going on LRH personally for income tax invasion [sic] or
something similar). AG I DC
    "6. Obtain their files on LRH/MSH and Scientology and monitor the
line continuously of other actions against LRH/MSH. AG I DC
    "7. Continue to monitor tightly the DEA DC, IRS DC and LA, the
Coast Guard (soon to go to Immigration and Naturalization) DC. Get any
present time data on LRH/MSH. BR I DIR US."
    Other operating targets include moving existing agents in the
District Attorney's Office in Los Angeles and the Attorney General's
Office of California "into position to obtain advance warning" (Target
8); "[g]et Intell coming from Paulette Cooper, Robert Kaufman, Bernie
Green, and John Sefferrn to obtain intelligence data on intended attack.
AG I New York" (Target 14); "[p]lace a very secure agent into the AMA
Chicago headquarters in the best position possible to obtain data on
their intended actions towards us" (Target 16); "[d]etermine what
agency near LRH would serve any Federal governmental subpeona. This
could be the local US Marshall's [sic] Office" (Target 19).
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE DATUM, OMITTED SOURCE, OMITTED VITAL
DATUM, CONTRARY FACTS: The Stipulation, at the end of the section quoted
above, offers this gratuitous piece of unattributed information: "(L.
Ron Hubbard and Mary Sue Hubbard were living outside of Clearwater,
Florida, at the time Kember issued GpgmO 158.)" Very odd that another
source--Kima Douglas, in "Bare Faced Messiah"--on the VERY SAME DAY as the
issuance of this GPgmO, reports that LRH and Mary Sue moved into "King
Arthur's Court in Dunedin, a small town on the coast about five miles
north of Clearwater" [see other entry, this date]. Also, the Stipulation
claims this is issued on 5 December, but Bare-Faced Messiah lists the
issuance date as 26 November 1975. If that were the case, then the
government's gratuitous observation about the whereabouts of LRH and MSH
would be true--but the government places the issuance date on the exact
same date as the alleged move-in to the Dunedin complex. Finally, the
government omits the vital claim made in BFM see entry for 26 November
1975] that LRH himself has personally approved this order. Why? This
would implicate LRH directly in all that follows, and would have given
the government all they needed to put HIM away, too. (Unless, of course,
they couldn't put him on public trial because he was already dead or
lobotomized. That could be one minor hitch.)
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 05 December 1975
Frankie Freedman has found four empty apartments in a condominium
complex called King Arthur's Court in Dunedin, a small town on the coast
about five miles north of Clearwater. LRH and Mary Sue, accompanied by a
"discreet entourage of messengers and aides," move in on 5 December
1975. The location is supposed to remain a closely-guarded secret.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Monday, 08 c. December 1975
"In early December 1975," Michael Meisner goes to Los Angeles
California, for briefings with his superiors in the Guardian's Office.
During one of those meetings Richard Weigand shows Meisner the newly
issued Guardian Program Order 158 (GPgmO 158)--Early Warning System.
After reviewing GPgmO 158, Meisner suggests that it would be more
advantageous to the Hubbards, Scientology, and the Guardian's Office to
place a covert Scientology agent at the United States Department of
Justice in Washington, D.C., rather than in the United States Attorney's
Office, saying that Freedom of Information Act suits were, generally,
handled by the Justice Department. Meisner also discusses this matter
with Cindy Raymond. Both Weigand and Raymond approve Meisner's
suggestion and direct him to prepare a CSW for their approval.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Saturday, 13 c. December 1975
Following his return to the District of Columbia "in the second week of
December 1975," Michael Meisner sends a CSW outlining his suggestions re:
GPgmO 158, to Richard Weigand, routed through Cindy Raymond. The CSW
calls for placement of Sharon Thomas as Scientology's covert operative
within the Department of Justice instead of the Immigration and
Naturalization Service (where she had been earlier scheduled to
infiltrate, in GPgmO 158, Operating Target 7).
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 15 c. December 1975
Richard Weigand immediately approves Michael Meisner's 13 December 1975
[see] CSW regarding placing Sharon Thomas in DOJ, first by telex, then
by letter. Meisner, after having discussed the matter with Sharon
Thomas, directs her, during a meeting at a "Three Chef's" restaurant in
nearby Arlington, Virginia, to obtain employment at the Information and
Privacy Unit of the Civil Division of the Department of Justice, which
handles "all FOIA requests and lawsuits."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 15 c. December 1975
A directive is issued (BY WHOM?) "in December" outlining plans to take
control of "key points in the Clearwater area." The aim of "Project
Power" is to "establish the indispensability of United Churches" in the
community: "The overall plan is to locate opinion leaders--then, their
enemies, the dirt, scandal, vested interest, crime of the enemies (with
overt data as much as possible). Then turn this over to UC [United
Churches] who will approach the opinion leader and get his agreement to
look into a specific subject (which will lead to the enemies' crimes).
UC then 'discovers' the scandal, etc, and turns it over to the opinion
leader for his use. Ops [operations] can be done as a follow up to
remove or restrain the enemy."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 20

Tuesday, 16 c. December 1975
Michael Meisner and Gerald Wolfe burglarize Paul Figley's office at DOJ.
They enter the main building prior to 5:30 p.m. by using Wolfe's IRS
identification card. They wait in the main library until after working
hours, when they proceed to Figley's office, which they unlawfully enter
"through a closed but unlocked door." Meisner sees files relating to
Scientology on Figley's desk, on his window ledge, and in his file
cabinets. Meisner skims through them, then takes four files. Meisner and
Wolfe photocopy the files, return them to Figley's office, and take the
copies. They are in the building until approximately 10:00 P.M. [NOTE:
Paul Figley, in 1975 and 1976, is a trial attorney in the Information
and Privacy Unit of the Civil Division of the United States Department
of Justice. Figley is assigned to the processing of FOIA cases involving
the CIA, DEA, the U.S. Customs Service, the Defense Communications
Agency, the Department of the Army, the Energy Research and Development
Administration (ERDA), the U.S. Postal Service and Interpol. In his
care, custody and control, as a result of his duties as a Justice
Department attorney, are numerous documents from these agencies relating
to Scientology.]
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 17 c. December 1975
Michael Meisner and Gerald Wolfe again burglarize Paul Figley's office
at DOJ. They again enter the main building prior to 5:30 p.m. by using
Wolfe's IRS identification card. They again wait in the main library
until after working hours, when they proceed to Figley's office, which
they unlawfully enter "through a closed but unlocked door." Meisner
takes other files and, using photocopying machines, facilities,
equipment and paper located on the fourth floor of the building, he and
Wolfe photocopy the files, return them to Figley's office, and steal
copies of the documents "for the use of the Guardian's Office of the
Church of Scientology." They are, again, in the building until
approximately 10:00 P.M.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 17 December 1975
Michael Meisner prepares a memorandum, "Re: Justice Department, FOI
Suits--Figley," describing the documents that he and Wolfe have stolen
from Figley's DOJ office--likely on 16 December 1975 [see]--and appending
the copies of the documents. The memo is sent to Collections Officer
U.S. Cindy Raymond, with a copy to CSG Mary Sue Hubbard.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 18 December 1975
Michael Meisner prepares another memorandum, ""Re: DEA FOI Case--D of J
Data--Figley", describing the documents that he and Wolfe had stolen from
Figley's DOJ office in their second foray--likely on 17 December 1975
[see]--and appending the copies of the documents. The memo is sent to
Collections Officer U.S. Cindy Raymond, with a copy to CSG Mary Sue
Hubbard.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 22 December 1975
The CIA chief in Athens, Richard Welch, is gunned down in front of his
home by masked assassins as he returns home with his wife from a
Christmas party. A group calling itself the "November 19 Organization"
later claims credit for the killing. At the time, George Bush is
undergoing confirmation hearings in the Senate for his nomination by
President Gerald Ford for the position of Director of the CIA. Some
(including lame-duck CIA Director Colby, years later in a book)
attribute the assassination to the Church Committee and other
intelligence community investigations going on at the time
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: Another source places the date of this
assassination as occurring on 23 December 1975 [see].
SOURCE: "George Bush: the Unauthorized Biography," a book by Webster G.
Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, on the web at
http://www.kmf.org/williams/bushbook/bush11.html

Tuesday, 23 December 1975
Richard S. Welch, station chief of the CIA in Greece, is shot and killed
by unidentified gunmen outside his surburban Athens residence. Listed
officially as a "special assitant" to the ambassador to Greece, Welch
had recently been named as a CIA representative in an English-language
Athens daily newspaper, with his address published.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 29 December 1975
A bomb goes off in a locker area of New York's holiday-jammed La Guardia
airport, killing 11 people and injuring 75 others.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

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