Mary was exterior to Scientology as I reported. She was not declared, but she was at home for a long time after a serious face ripping by the Cult. I posted this on March 25, 2008:
May 5, 2008, Patty P. posted:
Mary DeMoss Panton is not blown. She was at the Florida State
Capital in the past two weeks doing work for CCHR.
ref: viewtopic.php?t=27281&postorder=asc&hig ... ary+demoss
The time delay is telling. Patty P. needed to wait almost six weeks to post. This could have been the time gap when CoS got Mary on a program to get her back on lines. In any case, it is now January 30, 2008 -- nine months since Patty P. claimed that Mary was back in. Why has Mary been silent and off the radar for nine months if she got back in? Was she doing her program? BTW, the GOOG search where I find Mary in CCHR dates back to 2006. This is a prelim search.
Without giving away too much backchannel, Mary got busted and went home. My post caused a huge flap because CoS wanted to know who leaked the news to me. The thing is that Mary was a big player. When she got busted, the people who put her head on a pike probably bragged to their friends that they took down a player. Flag knew that Mary was in limbo at home and then the news spread to PAC. Internally, Scientology is a Gossip Machine full of natter and leaks and the big get even. That is why DM has to keep this big ethics apparatus going. He has to babysit all of these pissed off people who get banky and natter.
As to dox, here is my policy: Go leak all of the Course, Tech, and Admin manuals you want, I don't care. My point: Protect Humint. Protect people and leak manuals and polices. OSA can't harm manuals and policies. I don't see anyone would offer dox that would put people in danger. I suggest that WWP re-think its standards and differentiate between posting dox that cause no one to get harmed and withholding any sort of evidence that would cause people harm. Certainly, we all must accept and analyze Humint critically. I never expect my work to go unchallenged. I post knowing full well that it will be subject to extreme scrutiny. I accept the objections and criticism that go with what I do. We need a lot of people looking at everything because the more set of eyeballs we have the better. But to ask for dox on Humint to be posted publicly only plays into OSA's hands. The point is this: Have one standard for Humint. Subject it to analysis and scrutiny. Have another standard for dox. Differentiate the two accordingly.