All of them, those in power, and those who want the power, would pamper us, if we agreed to overlook their crookedness by wilfully restricting our activities.
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On November 27, 1978, [...] was contacted by a Special Agent of the FBI concerning a telegram that he had sent to the FBI in Washington, D.C., concerning information that he might have about the Church of Scientology harassing members and possibly not allowing them to leave their organization. [...] stated at this time that he had originally contacted the FBI after reading of the Jim Jones group in Guyana.
On instructions of the FBI headquarters [...] was again contacted on December 27, 1978, at which time he advised that the information he has concerns [...]
[...] he was a former member of the Church of Scientology, having joined it as a result of [...] membership. He told [...] he had given the church [...] and had attended several meetings, and decided to get out. Upon deciding to get out, he was told [...] that it was not advisable to leave and started getting phone calls and visits from people in the church. He told [...] that he received a visit from someone in the church [...] and that this person had advised him not to get out because of "Rule 45." [...] believed that the "45" has to do with a .45 caliber automatic pistol. [...] has no direct knowledge of threats being made against [...] however, he advises [...] is afraid of the Church of Scientology and presently lives in a home with an unlisted telephone number.
[...] could furnish no further information about [...] other than the fact that he is a very ethical person [...]