In my opinion every person recruited to be a scientology staff member is a count of human trafficking. It doesn't matter what the level of the organization is or where it is.
I can foresee a high level inquiry with regard to scientology's human trafficking at some point in the near future where executive level FBI people are on the stand being asked things like, "What did you know about this?" and "When did you know it?"
The truth will out. Justice will be done. Justice will be seen to be done. I think all of that will happen. I'd just like to see it sooner than later.
I'll back up what Wieber writes with this summary for new people: Every person in scientology, once they get "onto the bridge" experiences the real scientology bridge that I call the "you cannot leave" bridge. It is a graduated "bridge" from light to heavy, depending on your position in scientology. At the lower levels of scientology's "you cannot leave" bridge, public scientologists experience this at fundraisers. They post guards at the door to prevent you from leaving until you have donated. The only way to get out is to make a donation. By 2 am, after being pummeled for hours about why you need to donate, you make a donation so you can go home. The next level of the "you cannot leave" bridge is staff. Even though you are already working 90 hours a week for $30 a week, when you want to go home at closing time (11 pm), they post HCO guards at the door and tell you "you cannot leave" until you make your quota or someone else's quota. Sleep deprivation is the order of the day. If you decide you want to quit staff, the next level of the "you cannot leave" bridge kicks in. You have to do a routing form, or you will be declared a suppressive person and disconnected from your spouse, children, family, friends, and sometimes employers. The leaving staff routing form involves "confessionals" and can take a full year, then comes the freeloader debt, aka debt bondage. The next level of the "you cannot leave" bridge is Sea Org, for those who are "qualified". Sea Org is regular staff on steroids, is considered scientology's "elite" and they are inaccessible from the outside world, carefully guarded behind guard houses and tall fenced-in compounds. The "You cannot leave" bridge is at its highest level in the Sea Org. The Sea Org has the RPF (gulag) for its dissidents. There you are completely cut off from the world, even your family. You do hard labor and confessionals 24/7. Read the dramatic escape stories of people who wanted to leave the RPF but were physically
prevented from doing so. These stories are absolutely true, no exaggeration. You are mentally and physically worn down until you can no longer fight back. Only the strongest escape.
Those left are the weakest, who need the most help.
Then there's Lisa McPherson. She was a public scientologist who, while getting scientology "counseling", had a nervous breakdown, became delusional and then tried to escape captivity from a guarded hotel room at the Flag Land Base where she was held against her will for weeks. Marty Rathbun (or Rinder, I forget which) admits that he helped to destroy the evidence that proves what really happened to this poor woman, who was finally taken to the hospital by Sea Org members after she was already dead
They get you used to this "you cannot leave" command early on in scientology at their little fundraisers. Then the fundraisers get more heavy. Then the recruitment for staff. It starts out light and gets heavier and heavier. They get you used to accepting more and more extreme applications of "you cannot leave". Unsuspecting people get sucked in deeper and deeper. It is insidious and something needs to be done about it. The FBI has the power to make scientology stop their abusive practices that do, at the highest levels, equate to human trafficking. The FBI's failure to act with all the evidence that is out there is scandalous.