Scientology has already violated the agreement

By Tilman Hausherr

   WHEREAS, in October of 1991, the key officials of the Church, David
   Miscavige and Mark Rathbun, approached the Service seeking to
   negotiate the resolution of the above-described matters, and met with
   the then Commissioner;

This is the meeting that they claim didn't take place!

   2. Zolin. The Service further agrees that following dismissal of the
   litigation listed on Exhibit II-2 as Zolin, it shall use its best
   efforts to return to the CTCC all materials and all copies thereof
   produced to the Service in response to the summons at issue in that
   litigation by no later than April 1, 1994. The CTCC hereby certifies
  that CSI shall retain all such materials during the transition period.
   No inference shall be drawn from the fact the Service is returning
   these materials that they were summonsed for an improper law
   enforcement purpose and the CTCC agrees not to assert such an
   inference in any future litigation.

Well, well... these are the tapes that could prove that scientology is criminal! I always wondered why nothing was heard about this litigation after the supreme court decision.

   4. The Service hereby issues individual determination letters (copies
   attached as Exhibits III-15 and III-16, respectively) that the
   following Scientology-related entities are organizations described in
   Code sections 501 (c) (3), 170 (c) (2), 509 (a) (1) and, 170 (b) (1)
   (A) (vi):
   The Way to Happiness Foundation ("TWTH")
   Association for Better Living and Education ("ABLE")

Yet another evidence that these are part of scientology. Not that anyone would doubt this, but they still claim that they are independent.

And here again:

   Thus, for example, Citizens Commission
   on Human Rights, National Commission on Law Enforcement and Social
   Justice, Scientology Defense Fund Trust, Association for the Better
   Living and Education, Applied Scholastics Incorporated, Narconon
  International, The Way to Happiness Foundation, and the Foundation for
   Religious Freedom are Scientology-related entities.

(!!!!!! That "foundation" is the one that runs CAN !!!!!!!!)

There is a large part on "self-dealing". This seems to be giving money to people who are not part of scientology:

   iii. furnishing of goods, services, or facilities between a
   Scientology-related entity and a disqualified person;

For example, supporting Dennis Erlich's or William T. Jordan's Ex-wives.

Here another good one:

   b. On Individual CTCC members. There is hereby imposed on the
   agreement of any Individual CTCC member to the making of an
   expenditure or undertaking an activity, knowing that it is a
   noncharitable expenditure, a penalty equal to 2 1/2 percent of the
  amount involved, unless such an agreement is not willful and is due to
   reasonable cause.

People who have knowledge of such activities should reference the proper number in the agreement. If enough such activities are found, this might "revive" the Scientology <> IRS litigation!

It can get better:

   1. If there has been (i) willful, repeated and flagrant misconduct,
   and (ii) a failure to correct such misconduct, giving rise to
   penalties under paragraphs B. and/or C. of this section VI., there is
   imposed on the Corporate members of the CTCC a penalty equal to

Wow! That's a lot of $$.

   10. The members of the CTCC shall, no later than December 31, 1995,
   effectuate the dissolution of WISE, Inc. and the transfer of all of
  its assets, including but not limited to its rights to the Scientology
   religious marks, to the Inspector General Network.

Well, here we have a first violation.


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