Ex-Scientolgist story #168, Portland mission’s ethics scam.

True Stories About a Nasty Cult.

This statement by former Scientologist Scott Yeager is very short and also very disturbing.  The nitwit ethics officer of the Portland Scientology mission told Scott that he was fault that his wife had cancer.  This is a prime example of just how evil the so-called tech of L. Ron Hubbard really is.  This was posted in the Newsgroup Alt.religion.scientology Jan 25 2006, 1:34 pm.

I was involved in Scientology ill Portland, OR from 1977 hrough 1982. I spent over 20,000 dollars with very few results. I spent the bulk of the money ($14,000) signing up  for the Dianetic Clear Special Intensive through OT 3. OT 1 through OT 3 were never delivered because the money was used up at a rate of $300 per hour trying to fix past incorrect auditing through lengthy “Correction Lists”, “Repairs”, and yes, even repairing the faulty repairs called “Reviews.”          
 
In 1981 my wife Susan Yeager got acute lymphocetic  leukemia. After her 3rd relapse in 1982 she was told by  Bruce McKenzie, the Portland mission’s ethics officer that I was the cause of her cancer. He told her that I was an SP (Suppressive Person) and she got cancer because she was married to me. Note – I have never been declared an SP by the C.O.S. (Church of Scientology). Bruce told her that the only way she could live was by divorcing me. Several weeks later after getting auditing and being disconnected from me she was very sick and I was able to get her admitted to the City of Hope Hospital where she died in December, 1982. I attest that everything in this statement is true.
 
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