29 March 2005
An anonymous person offered this to be posted. Anyone wishing
me to post similar please email me: chuckbeatty77 @aol.com
Good Morning Chuck! This
thread about physical abuse is really getting to me. Here are a
couple things that happened to me, there are lots more but these
are the worst. You can post them if you want, but anonymously
While I was at Flag,
there was a time when there was a "cluster" of accidents,
including some "accidental" deaths and this created a big flap.
(They are on the "whyaretheydead"
site already.) My husband and I were in a minor accident during
this time. Of course this was a big ethics cycle, and I was told
it was MY PTS situation
with my family that caused my husband to be hurt, and that he
did not want to see me and we were to be separated. I was very
upset and did not believe it, and was very worried about him.
Late one night 2 security guards 8Ced (forced) me into a car and
took me to our berthing to get my things. While out front, 2
other guards came out of our room holding my husband by both
arms. I could see he was very upset and I tried to get out of
the car to go to him, but was physically restrained, and one
guard held his hand over my mouth to keep me quiet because I was
yelling, while the other held me down because I was kicking the
door trying to get out. We did not talk about this for a long
time, but it turns out they had told him that I didn't want to
see him!!! This broke my heart and his for a long time, even
though later we got back together.
Another time, I got really sick and couldn't keep any food or
water down. After losing a lot of weight and not getting better
after a couple weeks I was sent to ethics and put in
isolation in a
room in the FH [Fort Harrison]. Again, I was "enturbulating"
my husband by being PTS. The door was locked, and only the MLO
came a few times a day to bring "cal-mag" and vitamins and soup.
I was pretty freaked out, and thought I was going to die there
all alone in that dark, stinky moldy room, but I knew if I made
a fuss I would NEVER get out, so I was very cooperative. One
day, she left the door unlocked. It must have been
before 2, because when I walked through the lobby and out
the front door no one stopped me. I went to the hospital down
the street with the intention of going to the emergency room.
When I got there I sat on a bench outside, and decided that if I
went to the hospital unauthorized, I would probably be declared,
or at least fitness boarded for running up a big medical bill.
Plus I was feeling a little better, probably just a nice walk in
the sun and getting out of that room. So I walked back to the
MLO's office and
acted all uptone and told her I was feeling better and wanted to
go home to my husband. She was pretty shocked to see me, and
probably didn't want to get in trouble herself because she never
wrote it up and gave me medical clearance to get out of
isolation. Later, when I finally left the
SO, I found out I had a
very serious hereditary medical condition that would have in
fact killed me eventually without proper medical treatment!
I was a "techie", so I was aware of some other peoples
problems that most staff wouldn't know about, because no one is
allowed to talk about their "case", not even to their spouse. It
is so outrageous that you are penalized for asking for help, and
are not allowed to help anyone else in the Sea Org, not even
your own family when they need you. Sea Org members are supposed
to be OT and make it go
right. Anything bad that happens is "out-ethics"
or "dramatizing your case." One good example is when
Mike Rinder's baby died at
Flag and he was not allowed to return from California to even go
to the funeral or comfort his wife. He probably thought he was
doing the "greatest good" for the planet and what the hell, it
is only a meat body anyway. That is how a "good scientologist"
thinks. That is how Scientology teaches you to think about
others, and even yourself!