What's the official cult moonbat policy on using an E-Meter on a person who is clearly intoxicated (not to mention visibly agitated)?
Have any of you exes seen any bending of the rules?
I ask because of this news article which popped up today in the Manchester Evening Post, which is both hilarious and somewhat pathetic....http://ocmb.xenu.net/ocmb/viewtopic.php?t=32696
There are no rules on using (or not using) an emeter
on a drunk.
There ARE rules against auditing
someone if they've had alcohol in the prior 24 hours.
Most stress test "operators" know there's an assist
for a drunk, but don't know squat about how to operate an emeter. They only know how to do the stress test. Quackery at its best -- they merely ask the person personal questions until they see the needle fly to the right of the dial and then they say to the person "You see, you have stress there. Scientology can help you fix that." The emeter operator at that point doesn't know why
the needle moved that way. They are instructed to act as if it was something important.