All of them, those in power, and those who want the power, would pamper us, if we agreed to overlook their crookedness by wilfully restricting our activities.
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[...] Provided the following information in interview with [FBI] agents on [...] approximately one year ago [...] sent for a book entitled "Dianetics", which book dealt with improvement of ones well-being through the mental process of Dianetics.
Approximately six months ago [...] received telephone call [...] from unknown female representing Founding Church of Scientology (FCS), Washington D.C. asking how [...] had liked the book "Dianetics", and if he had benefited from reading the book. [...] Subsequently received several telephone calls and letters from the FCS asking and encouraging him to come to Washington, D.C. to attend lectures and courses at FCS. [...] advised that he did not express any interest to the FCS in this regard.
On [...] received a phone call from Glenn Smoak, FCS, Washington, D.C., telephone number [...]. Smoak had called [...] several times previously but on this occasion when [...] mentioned to Smoak that he suffered from diabetes, Smoak told [...] that his diabetes could be cured. Smoak told [...] that [...] would entitle [...] to 150 hours of instruction which would result in the cure of his diabetes. [...] on that date, sent a [...] bank money order to the FCS at 1812 19th street, Northwest, Washington, D.C.
The following day Smoak called [...] and during this conversation informed [...] that for another [...] he could received additional courses and lectures which would make him a perfect man, cure his diabetes and any other ills he may suffer from. The following day [...] sent a [...] bank money order to the FCS.
Subsequently [...] informed his sister, [...] of his dealing with the FCS, and she told him that it was a fraud, and that diabetes is incurable. [...] subsequently cut off any communications between he and FCS, and refused to speak with them when they attempted to contact him.
[...] sent a Western Union telegram to the FCS requesting a refund of [...] paid by [...]
[...] and stating that they had received [...] telegram, and would like to talk to him over the phone. [...]
Leads have been set out for WFO to conduct investigation in this matter at the FCS, however, that investigation is being held in advance pending the determination of FCS intentions re. refund request.