Scientology Top Management

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Mark C. “Marty” Rathbun is a former senior executive of the Church of Scientology, who last held the post of Inspector General of the Religious Technology Center (RTC), the organization that is responsible for the protection and enforcement of all Dianetics and Scientology copyrights and trademarks.[3]

As the lead inspector overseeing the Inspector General Network at the international level, his official duties as described by RTC were to investigate and correct “instances in which departure from a standard, policy or ethic could betray an organization’s service to its constituent public.”[4] The post is widely acknowledged as one of the most senior management functions in the hierarchy of the Church and its related organizations.[5] Rathbun left the Church of Scientology in 2004 and is now an independent Scientologist.


Three of Scientology’s top management personnel ambushing Marty Rathbun at Los Angeles International Airport on 10/19/14:


Moving On Up a Little Higher

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Over the past few days I have told a several people that the then current post on this blog, The Scientology Sandbox, would very likely be my last post on the subject.  However, this morning as I was leaving Los Angeles after taking care of some business there the ambush partially captured on the video below occurred.

The cast is as follows:

1. Bald guy – Marc Yager.  Highest ecclesiastical officer of scientology’s ‘mother church’ (church of scientology international).  Watchdog Committee Chairman.

2. Fellow with video camera.  Dave Bloomberg.  Long-time Scientology Executive Strata member – the alleged highest management body in church of scientology international.

3. The woman is Jenny Linson Devocht.  She is a close personal aide to David Miscavige – the self-proclaimed pope of scientology.  She is also an intimate…

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