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Kima Douglas

Former scientologist.

«Kima Douglas. Shared an apartment in Washington DC with LRH, Mike Douglas and Jim Dincalci for 5-6 months. — Zegel 2.

She was Hubbard's personal medical officer until she left Scientology in 1980, testified that she had helped establish fourteen or fifteen foundations, including the RRF, and had couriered "hundreds of thousands of dollars out of the United States" in violation of Federal laws requiring cash amounts of over $5,000 to be disclosed to customs officials. She testified at the Armstrong case that Hubbard nearly died in 1978 when David Mayo came to Gilman to administer to him. — Lamont.»

[Source: "Who's Who in Scientology" by Martin Hunt]

The Bare-Faced Messiah Interviews: Interview with Kima Douglas

«Michael and Fred and I all went to Switzerland with handwritten orders from LRH. We were to take cash, dollars, Swiss francs, marks - take the physical money and move it to Liechtenstein. We were to go to a bank in Zurich and move the money. When we got there we had a problem - we had forgotten which it was. Liechtenstein solved the problem - they accepted a cheque. They took brand new Swiss francs and dollars. We went into a bank vault in Liechtenstein and saw a pile of money. This was in Vaduz. We were shown the piles of money. We didn't see it in Zurich. We took all the serial numbers in Liechtenstein, first and last from each bundle. There was a stack four feet high and 3-4 wide. Big denominations, 100 dollar bills, francs and marks. We were so far out on so many things, incapable of being surprised. I was beyond surprise. We had overreached bounds of ridiculousness with his broken arm, we were way beyond common sense. Three of us went in and there were a lot of bank people sitting there taking down numbers, making sure they had the right amount. That money was sealed, it was our money. We were there about a week and a half. We had some wonderful meals, we had seen that pile of dough. As far as I was concerned, I was working for a bunch of loonies, and I liked a lot of them.»

A Piece of Blue Sky: Chapter 5 - Hubbard's Travels

«In Douglas' words: "[L. Ron Hubbard] was revolting to be with - a sick, crotchety, pissed-off old man, extremely antagonistic to everything and everyone. His wife was often in tears and he'd scream at her at the top of his lungs, 'Get out of here!' Nothing was right. He'd throw his food across the room with his good arm; I'd often see plates splat against the bulkhead .... He absolutely refused to see another doctor. He said they were all fools and would only make him worse. The truth was that he was terrified of doctors and that's why everyone had to be put through such hell."»

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