Anyone who thinks there is anything even slightly sinister about ex-OSA staff has never met Dan Garvin.
It depends what the person did for OSA.
I know some ex-OSA staff and operatives and yes, they are sinister.
I am not interested in a witch hunt or trying to scare anybody.
But the idea being implied that somehow OSA is an ineffective section of the Church that can't tie it's own shoes is going to be setting some people up for a big surprise later on.
Well, I don't see the Church disappearing. I've been reading posts for years now about how any day now it will collapse and the Feds will raid it and Miscavige will be jailed. But the Church goes on.
And even the former head of OSA claims to be an-ex, yet he is still surrounded by intrigues.
I think some people are kidding themselves about OSA and the Church, and they are convincing others to kid themselves too.
Most people here as individuals are irrelevant to OSA. But the Board brings them together as a group.
So instead of a bunch of broken isolated individuals that can't effect the Church, there is now a group of recovering exes who realize they are not alone and coordinate and share their stories and show the darker side of Scientology to anyone who wants to look.
This would be a prime target for OSA.
Emma isn't having legal problems for jaywallking, you know.
Witch hunts weaken us. But so too does convincing ourselves that OSA is ineffective.
The Anabaptist Jacques