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Ex-officer says Scientology policy didn't match directive

Title: Ex-officer says Scientology policy didn't match directive
Date: Monday, 2 November 2009
Publisher: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Authors: Joe Childs, Thomas C. Tobin
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Marty Rathbun said he participated in a criminal act to protect the church against a possible security breach. Longtime executive Terri Gamboa and her husband, Fernando, abandoned their posts in January 1990, setting off what Rathbun called a "seven-alert fire.'' Terri Gamboa was executive director of Author Services Inc., the independent corporation set up by founder L. Ron Hubbard to control rights to his intellectual properties. David Miscavige, the leader of the church, wanted to know if she had access to ... [Read the rest at]