By way of background, I refer to my post of 19 August on this blog: https://markrathbun.wordpress.com/2010/08/19/lying-in-miscaviges-70-million-bunker/
In that post I quoted excerpts from the July 2 deposition of Tommy Davis that were lodged in the court file in the Headley cases. Since then I received a copy of the entire transcript of the deposition. The transcript reveals that Davis’ prevaricating was far more blatant than what was demonstrated by the then-available excerpts in the 19 August post.
On July 2 of this year Thomas “Tommy” Davis swore under the pains and penalties of perjury to tell Marc and Claire Headley’s lawyers the truth, and nothing but the truth.
Let’s take a look at what regard Miscavige’s chosen golden boy has for the law of the of the land requiring one answer truthfully to questions asked in deposition. Usually it requires some external documentary evidence to prove someone a liar. Davis proves himself to be a liar.
Q (question): So do you have any responsibilities for Sea Organization members who blow?
A (answer): No.
Q: You’re not supposed to follow individuals who have left the Sea Organization?
A: I’m not actually sure I understand the question.
Q: Okay. Do you follow individuals who left the Sea Organization without prior authorization?
Q: Have you ever done that?
Q: So you have never followed a Sea Organization member that has blown?
Now, the following is what Tommy had to say just five minutes later during the deposition:
Q: Okay. So you have been to Texas in either April or May?
Q: Okay. And what was the purpose of that visit?
A: I was — went with some friends to see a friend of mine who had left.
Q: Was that individual’s name John Brousseau?
Q: Isn’t true that you showed up at his motel room at 5:30 in the morning?
A: Yes, it is.
Q: Did he call and ask you to come visit him?
A: He did not.
Q: So when you visited him at 5:30 in the morning, it was unannounced?
A: That is correct.
Q: And you came in a vehicle. And were there three other people with you?
A: Yes, there were.
Q: Had Mr. Brousseau recently blown the Sea Organization?
A: Yes, he had.
Q: How did you know he was in Texas?
A: I was informed by my supervisor.
Q: Did your supervisor tell you to go see him?
A: No, she did not.
Q: So why did you go to Texas to see John?
A: Because he is a very good friend of mine.
Q: But he did not ask you to come visit him?\
A: No, he did not.
Q: And at the time that you were visiting Mr. Brousseau, is it true that there were a number of vehicles that were sent to the home of Marty Rathbun?
A: I don’t know about “sent.” There were some people who went to see him, yes.
Q: Who did send those individuals to Marty Rathbun’s house?
A: I don’t know of anybody that sent them. Nobody sent anybody anywhere.
Q: So no one sent you to see Mr. Brousseau?
Q: And were you visiting him as part of your job duties for the church of Scientology?
A: No, I was not.
After Tommy unequivocally swore that he went to Texas to see John Brousseau with three other people at 5:30 in the morning unannnounced and uninvited on his own initiative, not as directed by his supervisor, not having anything to do with his duties in the church, and solely based on his decision as a personal friend to do so, he swore as follows:
Q: How did you get to Texas to visit Mr. Brousseau?
A: The church.
Q: Did the church also pay for Angie, Bob and Laurance’s plane tickets?
After all of that Tommy had the temerity to swear to the following under oath:
Q: What is a blow drill?
A: The only time that I have heard that term was in receiving media inquiries. It is not a term I was familiar with prior to being asked about it by the media. So the definition I have of it is from the media, which is that people leave and there is some sort of drill by which, that goes into play when they leave.
Q: Have you ever participated in what you have an understanding to be a blow drill?
A: I don’t believe I can answer that question, because I just explained that I don’t know what a blow drill is outside of what the media has asked me. So I could not participate in something that I never heard of until I had been asked it by the media.
Oh yeah, then there are the documents that JB reminded me of:
Then there’s the “Incident Report” filed by Warren McShane as President of Religious Technology Center on 12 July 2010 with the Riverside County Sheriff. Further contradiction and evidence of Tommy’s lying is where it is reported:
“Mr. McShane summoned (4) church members/employees who knew JB the best and sent them to Texas to attempt to contact him and perhaps persuade him to return to the facility in Hemet, CA. According to Mr. McShane the four dispatched employees were able to contact JB in the lobby of the Best Western motel on April 26th or 27th 2010. The group tried to persuade JB to return with them. JB retreated to his room and refused to come out or speak with the group.”
Yet Tommy states he and the others went on their own volition and were not “sent”?
Further, when I was in the motel room after they tried to approach me, Tommy slipped the following handwritten note under the door:
“This is nuts. We just want to talk. We’re here to resolve whatever is going on. But, you do need to understand the consequences of what has been done and what you’ve gotten yourself into personally. We have with us docs you have previously signed and which places you at risk. We mean you no ill will. We are not here to persuade you to come back. Rather, we hope we can reach an understanding whereby you abide by the covenants you have signed and we will refrain from further contact. We’re here because we’re your friends and wanted to help you do the least amount of damage to yourself and to Scn. We’ve come a long way to talk to you and have approached you in a straightforward way.
“I’m going to call you in room in five minutes so we can talk.
“We can end and resolve this simply and now.
“So, let’s just talk.”
Needless to say, the phone rang nearly incessantly after that, but I didn’t answer.
So, there’s more docs showing he is a liar.
It is 6 months now since I left. It still feels good!
Quite apparently Miscavige is having great success in molding into his own character those still within the confines of his bunker