Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion - Exodus and What is True For You Summary & Analysis

Janet Reitman
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Exodus and What is True For You Summary and Analysis

In "Exodus," Miscavige fired all but one of his high ranking staffers by using a game of musical chairs and then decided not to fire them, showing his increasing love of power. For staffers like Marty Rathbun, such behaviors had become common place, as did mass purges of staff members later on. Several key members, like Rathbun, decided to leave on their own. While Tanja was put back on Int., Stefan was offered $25,000 to keep silent. Months later, Stefan met with the Headleys who had escaped from Int base as well. With their help, Stefan was able to smuggle a letter to Tanja. She called him, and the two arranged an escape plan. One evening, Tanja jumped the fence, was picked up by Stefan, leaving Scientology behind. The Scientologists...

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