FROM THE FILES OF THE FBI 312
June 11, 1951
I, Sara Northrup Hubbard, do hereby state that the things I have said
about L. Ron Hubbard in courts and the public prints have been grossly
exaggerated or entirely false.
I have not at any time believed otherwise than that L. Ron Hubbard was a
fine and brilliant man.
I make this statement of my own free will for I have begun to realize that
what I have done may have injured the science of dianetics, which in my
studied opinion may be the only hope of sanity in future generations.
I was under enormous stress and my advisers insisted it was necessary for
me to carry through any action I have done.
There is no other reason for this statement than my own wish to make
atonement for the damage I may have done. In the future I wish to lead a
quiet and orderly existence with my little girl far away from the
enturbulating influences which have ruined my marriage.
[signed] Sara Northrup Hubbard
SARA NORTHRUP HUBBARD
[handwritten] Witnessed 6/11/51
John Wm. Maloney