More:Anonymous wrote:I tried to ragequit but this leak is too good, I got this email and I will post the SS in a min or so check it!
From: Alex Nicolson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, September 12, 2009
Subject: sunland tujunga mission needs new mission holder
SUNLAND TUJUNGA MISSION NEEDS A NEW MISSION HOLDER!
KNOW ANYONE WHO IS INTERESTED?
I'm the HES over at the Sunland/Tujunga Mission and I'm personally writing to you to see if you can help us save our mission. As well as being only one of two missions who can deliver the Basics to upper level Scientologists, the Sunland/Tujunga Mission also has the unique position of being in the area that has the most Scientologists per capita in the whole world! The highest concentration of Scientologists in the world is in Los Angeles and the highest concentration in Los Angeles is in the Sunland/Tujunga area. And if we don't find a new mission holder by the 23rd, we will lose our mission.
That is why I am extending the line to anyone I know who might be connected to people who can help. We are not asking for donations and we don't want to interfere with the building of ideal orgs, we just want to find someone who really wants to take over this very important mission. If you, yourself can't take over the mission, please forward this to anyone you think might be able to help.
Thank you very much for your support. With all this momentum in Scientology, it would be a shame to see us shrink, even just a little. Please let me know if you have any ideas. You can have people call me directly at: 818-653-6768 or they can call the mission at: 818-951-3601. Thanks again.
Anjuli Hubbard, HES
(I drove by and all the stores around the mission except the thrift store are empty)
http://forums.whyweprotest.net/123-leak ... down-52910
and from ESMB:
http://forum.exscn.net/showpost.php?p=3 ... stcount=22Originally Posted by Rae
First of all, it is for real. I've received various emails about this also.
They are definitely looking for a new Mission Holder. Linda Quay is the current mission holder who opened the mission. She is a Class Vl auditor and OTV. She was on her BC Interneship when she was diagnosed with cancer and has been fighting the battle every since. It's been about 1 1/2 yrs or more now. I know all the people connected to the mission. It has been struggling since the beginning..often hosting "band night" and charging $5 to get in to raise money for the rent. The staff are not trained..it's just a name. The "HES" is probably no more trained as an actual HES than someone that's done SS1 and SS11. There have been several "HES"es that I know of. The mission was delivering some Book 1 but with Linda gone, I'm not sure that is happening anymore.
When the Basics first came out, the missions were left out of being able to deliver them.(total stupidity but a DM "strategy" of "booming the orgs" so it looked like major expansion was happening) Of course, this crashed the missions even more so management finally, after about 4 months gave them "permission" to deliver. Also, because so many OTs were going to missions, especially in the LA area(there is the highest concentration of OTs in the Sunland/Tujunga/Glendale areas than anywhere else and there are three missions in the area: Sunland/Tujunga, Montrose and Brand Blvd and public would have rather gone to somewhere very close than go down to PAC) 3 or 4 years ago some "directive" came down the pike that prohibited missions from delivering to Clears and OTs as the purpose of missions is not to service existing public but to get new public in. So that further crashed the missions in the LA area..but then a couple of missions were given the ok due to the amt of Clears and OTs demanding to do so. (and to make it easier for the guys on OTVll who have to audit to get on their Basics, who live close to one of these missions(these guys have to work, audit, participate in all the crap management demands AND do their Basics)
Last I knew, the mission was only open in the evenings and one day on the weekend. It's a very small.