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Can the church get away with being selective in its enforcement of the NDAs? There are others who have signed those whom the church has not sued. Amy Scobee is a good example.
Amy wrote a book for goodness sake but Amy talked about how DM was violent and I suppose they didn't want to touch that with a ten foot(bullet) pole.
I wouldn't want them going after Amy but, if pressed they might have to admit that Amy was already a lying apostate, who was easily discredited, and so there was no need to go after her but then that would lead back to how Debbie must not have been considered as such and that her damage was caused by the fact that she was still in good standing.
Can they choose their battles this way and not run into trouble?
On choosing battles, I see two stable datums: Cash in coffers, and destruction to SPs. All else stems from that.
Certainly, destruction of SPs can cost a bundle in lawyer fees, but justifiably, it is other people's money, as in IAS donations, not actual church funds.
It makes no sense because... It is serfac logic. Hubbard never had his found and cleared.