Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion - Over the Rainbow and DM Summary & Analysis

Janet Reitman
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Over the Rainbow and DM Summary and Analysis

In "Over the Rainbow," Reitman discusses the criminal activity of the Scientology organization, in particular, "Operation Snow White." Covert operatives Gerald Wolfe and Michael Meisner were caught attempting to steal documents from a government official's office, leading to an FBI investigation. After Meisner's testimony to the grand jury, FBI agents raided the Church of Scientology's headquarters. At the same time, Hubbard, again paranoid, had moved to a ranch near LA, called simply "W". His staff, particularly the Guardian Office, began keeping internal files of all "enemies" of the church. Over time, Operation Snow White developed, where Branch One sought to plant Scientologists inside the FBI, US Justice Department, Better Business Bureau, the AMA, and other agencies. Once inside, the members were to copy any references to Sociology from the files, bug offices, and...

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