Martha Greene was Clear and took courses at Stevens Creek, Mt View and Flag. At first her experiences in Scientology were not that bad, but the longer her and her husband stayed in, the more demanding the cult was.
“We were being called all the time from IAS to donate more money (to help fight the enemies of Scientology). We went to the event when Golden Age of Tech came out and I remember looking at my husband and he had this face of ‘what is this crap?’ Even then we spoke to each other just a little about what we had witnessed and still continued being a part of the church. Having my son recruited at Flag. The recruiters didn’t care that he knew nothing of Scientology or that he wasn’t yet done with High School or how his father (who was not a Scientogist) might react. When his step-dad (who went to Flag with him) tried to explain all of this to the recruiters they didn’t care. All that mattered was their stat. They even pulled my son off course and wrote a KR on his step-dad. His step-dad had also writted a KR on the recruiters for pulling Mitch off course but the MAA didn’t care about that just about Kevin’s counter-intention. There were numerous times my husband and I would look at each other and say ‘Does that seem right to you’. “
Eventually this couple had a heart to heart and threw in the towel. Of course the cult’s goon squad of lawyers tried to play hardball but these people stuck to their guns. ” We eventually received money we had on account at Stevens Creek, AOLA and Flag. We had to fight for it and retain a lawyer. They tried to get us to sign a release that we would never create, publish, post a story, book writing etc. and maintain silence with respect to our experiences with the Churches and any knowledge or info we have concerning the Churches or LRH. Well, needless to say we didn’t sign it.”
To read the rest of her story go here. http://alley.ethercat.com/cgi-bin/door/door.cgi?86