Isn't this whole thing just SO typical.
The other night I watched the church's latest video about human rights, where they ask a bunch of people on the street what human rights are, and then they give the UN definition...as if they are somehow experts, or somehow promote human rights in ANY way. Disgusting.
And now this. How will current members process this? On the one hand, their church does tell them not to go to outside authorities to solve a dispute between members, and their church does say that children are just like adults in small bodies. So now what? Is it ok to do what Jan Eastgate, and protect a child molester?
I have a feeling Scientology is going to disappear from Australia first...and then hopefully things will snowball from there.
Members of the so called church of scientology are encouraged to not read newspapers, watch or listen to news reports or to read news magazines. I don't know how they control internet usage. The majority of people involved in scientology will not see, hear or know about this. Those who do see it or hear about it will be told that it is lies and SPs are behind it.
If Jan Eastgate is prosecuted successfully she will most likely be declared a suppressive person and expelled from the so called church.
Keep in mind nothing like Jan Eastgate's action happens in a vacuum in scientology. There will most likely have been orders, 'completed staff work' and reports involved in what she did. Management in scientology will attempt to protect any others involved with that action who were above her in the organization and to minimize the impact on scientology from her arrest, prosecution, probable conviction and sentence.
Undoubtedly this will be very much a learning experience for Jan Eastgate and what she will learn is just how expendable to scientology management she is.