Tom De Vocht

former Scientologist

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Former Scientologist (1975-2005) and for 28 of those years a member of Sea Org, the militaristic wing of the Church of Scientology, he left the organization in 2005

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Even before  Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief  began running on Sunday, Scientology was calling it " bigoted propaganda " from "admitted liars."

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Even before Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief began running on Sunday, Scientology was calling it " bigoted propaganda " from "admitted liars."

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