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A note on the Sea Org and Fitness Boards

grundy

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Someone posted a question over at ESK and I realized that this info might be important or relevant to some.


I just spoke to my aunt who just talked with a woman who took care of Uwe Stuckenbrock in the Sea Org for two years.

So, apparently, Uwe got so sick that he had to have two people with him at all times, even when he was sleeping.

Eventually, he had to go to a nursing home. The woman taking care of him looked for a long time until she found the right nursing home (one where they wouldn't give him psych drugs). After she found the right nursing home, Uwe was put there, and he died about a year later.

I don't know... it sounds to me like Uwe was taken care of, despite being in the RPF.

This woman was not responding to any kind of bad PR. My aunt was simply asking her what it was like to take care of an MS patient.

There is one discrepancy I want to point out. There is an ex-Sea Org member who lives at my house who has MS. The Sea Org actually had her leave because she had MS. They didn't even give her a free loader bill.

So, why would they have this woman leave and yet keep Uwe Stuckenbrock (whose MS was way more serious) in the Sea Org?

Uwe knew too much. Had to keep him so he didn't ever talk.

This was my reply:

There used to be a policy that those that were let go because of medical reasons were not given a freeloader bill.

However, someone later cancelled that because it "wasn't source."

Of course, they are supposed to take care of ill sea org members.

In order to be have a permenant fitness certificate, you are supposed to receive and pass three fitness boards.

The first one is when one first joins.

Having received a permenant fitness board, one couldn't be let go for medical reasons.

The only way to get a permanent FB cancelled is to request to leave and leave according to the routing form.

I happen to know this, because I had a permenant FB at one point.
 
just idle thoughts -because I had read something about him having more "looking after" than what usually seems to happen in the SO


There must have been a reason. Did he have a lot of money that they wanted to get their paws on?

And your comment that they were looking after him - and by inference not really being the bad guys.......(I know you are just commenting, not asserting anything). He died. What treatment did this MS person have while they were "looking after" him. Did they assess his needs. Did his immediate helpers understand his condition. What treatment is recommended for people with his condition? Was treatment withheld for cult belief reasons. How many types of treatment or maintenance options were withheld in the process of finding a home where "psych drugs" would not be administered.
 
just idle thoughts -because I had read something about him having more "looking after" than what usually seems to happen in the SO


There must have been a reason. Did he have a lot of money that they wanted to get their paws on?


His post had been Security Chief Int. He knew too much. There are some people that will never be let go no matter what.
 
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