With Scientology Inc.’s traveling phalanx of lawyers comes a mobile surveillance apparatus. In the case of New Braunfels Texas a team of several operatives are deployed spreading from the courtroom where Rathbun v. Miscavige is being heard, throughout the courthouse, along the sidewalks to the coffee and sandwich shops team Monique frequents at breakfast and lunch.
Here are two of its operatives (including coordinator Cathy Norman, director of OSA operations for ‘church’ of Scientology of Texas in Austin) keeping close tabs on Monique Rathbun.
Scientology street agent
OSA chief Texas Cathy Norman joins street operative
Miscavige keeping his promise ‘you can run, but you cannot hide.’
The Scientology surveillance squad assigned the Comal County Texas courthouse is sponsored and protected by unindicted co-conspirator in the U.S. v. Hubbard criminal case, Kendrick Moxon.
When Monique politely inquired of the name of one of the spying agents, Moxon aggressively attempted to silence Monique. With Scientology it seems that the more things change the more they remain the same.
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By Don Jolly in The Revealer: A Review of Religion and Media:
Mark Rathbun’s Search For the Future of Scientology
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