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Strange days for a woman accusing Danny Masterson of rape — and for her rocker husband

[Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Chrissie Carnell]

“The dog was yelping in pain,” Cedric Bixler-Zavala says, telling us about a nightmare scenario that took place in October when he got home after a grueling tour with his band, At The Drive In.

At the time, home for Bixler, 43, his wife Chrissie Carnell, 39, and their [...]


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This makes me think of parallels between Scientology Fair Gaming and the discovery of Joseph James DeAngelo.

Every time you commit an act like this you build up a kind of profile. Eventually there will be a random conversion of details that lead straight back to you. In DeAngelo's case it seems that it was DNA profiling databases. Your DNA isn't unique to you. When a cousin contributes to a database they are contributing part of every other relative's profile. All you need to do is participate in the database matching service to reverse engineer the profile and you don't need a warrant to do this - you only need "discarded" DNA. OK, there is going to need to be some legislation to tighten all of this up but the concept applies to Scientology.

Fair Gaming was conceived at a time when there was very little electronic or digital capability available to the general public but all of this stuff leaves a trail of crumbs and it seems to have become a key component of Fair Gaming. Have you noticed all of the internet connected video cameras popping up around the neighborhood and on your neighbor's doorbells? It's cheap and pretty high resolution. The equipment that is available for detecting RF bugging or GPS devices is getting cheaper and readily available on a consumer level also. They make them so you can scan your hotel or vacation rental. The odds of catching and recording Fair Gaming in action are increasing exponentially.

So if you want to turn your Fair Gaming case into a Federal case just get them to follow you across state lines. Eventually they are going to follow these crumbs right back to "Source" and these lower level operatives will make a deal with the Feds.


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As soon as someone comes out against the cult or their celebs ~~ the wheels go into motion for Office of Special Affairs International (OSA INT) to do what is called a Threat Assessment.
To do a Threat Assessment every single folder, dossier, file in the cult including all confessional files, ethics files are sent to OSA to TIME TRACK the individual. This is laid out in chronological time sequence from birth, to school days forward. Every connection ever mentioned in a session is itemized.
Then a prediction is ASSESSED of how much THREAT the person poses.
This is why they knew that Chrissie's father had a pet name of "Christmas"
Everything ever told to them in a confessional is FAIR GAME.
Are they likely to whistleblow to media ?
Are they likely to write a book
Is there a prediction that they will be posting their dark secrets on the internet
etc etc etc.


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I seem to remember some policy or Flag Order along the lines of, being predictable is out-security. I think it was having to do with the FBOs - Flag Banking Officers making deposit runs to the bank(s). Don't take the same routes or follow the same time schedule, use different runners, cars, etc.

To my thinking one of the big things about Fair Gaming that doesn't make sense from a Scientological "know it all perspective" is that to Fair Game you have to go to the Fair Gamee. In other words it is a reactive strategy - the subject has the power to compel a response. If they have to follow the routines, like stealing the trash, then they become subject to surveillance and being caught stealing the trash. If we know they are going to hack the WiFi then police can use that to track their digital footprint and get a wire tapping warrant. If they put a GPS tracker on a vehicle and track you across state lines does that make it a Federal case? There are cameras that are designed to capture high res images of license plates and the driver. Anyone can use these to surveil their neighborhood. It goes on and on. Spy vs Spy.

The collective mass of material online showing creepy Scientology PIs and staff pointing cameras at people must be extremely damaging to Church PR. This is no longer about Scientologists trying to intimidate people with cameras - it's about people getting video of Scientologists pointing cameras at them because this has become the classic Scientology close encounter experience. They just can't help themselves and everyone knows it. It graphically defines them. Eventually there is going to be video of something that is so egregious it will be a game changer and cost them their tax exempt status or bring a RICO case.

Being a tad sardonic, from a Scientology viewpoint, maybe someone deep down knows what they are doing is wrong and because all thetans are inherently good and this is just an aberrated way of trying to survive - they subconsciously want to get caught so their destructive "reach" is inhibited and they can't commit more overts.


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Daily Beast

Danny Masterson’s Rape Accusers Slam Netflix Over ‘The Ranch’ Return: ‘You Rub Salt in Our Wounds’
Two women who have accused the actor/Scientologist of rape are speaking out against Netflix for airing his final episodes—and wonder if he’s still making money off the series.
Amy Zimmerman 06.15.18

On Friday, Netflix will release a new batch of episodes of The Ranch—the last ones co-starring Danny Masterson, who was written out of the series in the wake of sexual-assault allegations.
The decision to air a fired actor’s final set of performances might sound strange, especially since the streaming service swiftly fired Ed Westwick, Kevin Spacey and Louis C.K. after their sexual misconduct allegations surfaced, but it fits into the larger narrative around this particular #MeToo controversy—one that Netflix failed to address until the last possible moment, and only after extreme pressure.

In light of The Ranch’s “Part 5” return, one of Masterson’s accusers, Chrissie Carnell Bixler, told The Daily Beast that she believes Netflix ought to be ashamed of their actions. “We get it, Netflix,” she wrote in a statement. “You don’t believe us. You rub salt in our wounds. Is Danny Masterson still co-executive producer of The Ranch? You knew you had to fire him, but you do a bunch of reshoots so you can finish our rapist’s storyline up and give him a respectable send off. And there he is on TV in the new season.


“Fair Game Law,” according to journalist Tony Ortega, who has reported extensively on Scientology and on the Masterson case, was first introduced by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard in 1965. In 1967, Hubbard refined the policy by announcing that enemies of the Church may be “deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist. May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed.”

While The Church of Scientology’s public stance is that the “Fair Game” policy was canceled in 1968, Ortega published a lengthy report in April detailing the Church’s alleged intimidation campaign against Bixler and her husband, musician Cedric Bixler-Zavala of At the Drive-In and The Mars Volta. The couple believes that they have been “followed, hacked, and harassed”—and say that the campaign was in retaliation for Bixler speaking out about her assault.

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I wonder if there is a component of Netflix not wanting to be subject to the legal harassment of which Scientology uses, and in this case might be inappropriately conflated with 'religious discrimination' so often with the money they extorted from the scientology membership.
This scientology 'religious law' protection was never intended to exist within the civics of the USA.
I can see some merit, but not complete,for 'religious' organizations to be un-oppressed by the government or other members of society. However, the civil rights of citizens who are not currently members of such 'religions' should not have their rights and civil protections preempted by the internal 'laws of any organization.
And as regards contract law, this also should be void if any citizen is stipulated to lose their civil rights. The Constitution needs to remain the Supreme law of the country and the First Amendment adjusted to make it clear that it and civil rights are not to be lost in favour of 'religious' 'expression' Does everyone know that the Civil rights was removed from Madison's first draft of the 1st Amendment? I question how that came to be. Who influenced that removal? Was it the Anglican Church? The Church of England or no church at all but some other politician or some 'lobby' from outside the government of the 1790's era?

Anyhow, I do fully agree that the Netflix showing does 'rub salt in the wounds' but maybe they could put an explanation or disclaimer into the episode that has Danny in it. Something to the effect that they 'do not condone any possible efforts by Scientology or anyone to cover up and protect anyone from sexually abusing anyone'