Umm... yeah. But Ron is dead. Other people are carrying out actions perhaps based on his words, or at least exploiting them, but the people carrying out or planning those actions are the ones to address, just like you'd break any drug cartel or mafia. Catch the low-level dudes committing a crime, and get them to roll over on their leaders. Build your case, get an agent in, get the evidence, and nail as many as you can, hopefully enough to destroy the whole organization.
You're still missing the point. Scientology isn't a collection of unrelated crimes and abuses; it's a criminal conspiracy with a systematically criminal and abusive pattern of behavior based on a *mandate* to be so.
Certainly individuals might be and can be and have been prosecuted for their individual abuses, but Scientology itself is behind those crimes and abuses and must itself be addressed.
The organisation itself needs to be prosecuted to stop the criminality.
As to 'getting infiltrators in'; considering the nature of the recruitment, the paranoia inherent in the organization and the long years of 'service' necessary to rising to a 'management rank', I doubt seriously that there are any 'infiltrators' there. It's just not likely or as easy as, say, infiltrating the 'Mafia'.
But, arresting the 'lower rung' criminals and 'getting them to roll over on the upper criminals'?
Don't make me laugh. One of the primary advantages to a criminal conspiracy, especially one so rigidly controlled and hierarchical as Scientology is that, for every 'stoolie', there are a thousand 'members' willing to commit obstruction of justice, perjury and witness tampering to balance it out.
Yes, prosecute the individuals, but also, prosecute the organization. Thankfully, there are now any number of 'higher ups' who could serve as witnesses against the organization *and* its management. Mike Rinder comes to mind. As a witness against the *organization*, not only Davey and his henchmen.