“Although there is no policy or Scriptural mandate expressly requiring Scientologists to renounce other religious beliefs or membership in other churches, as a practical matter Scientologists are expected to and do become fully devoted to Scientology to the exclusion of other faiths. As Scientologists, they are required to look only to Scientology Scriptures for the […]Read More Religious Confusion
Mailed out May 18th, 2019 Eric M Thorson Inspector General Department of the Treasury 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20220 Inspector General Thorson: The IRS guidelines for the retention of a Religious Tax Exemption state that the organization “must not devote a substantial part of their activities to attempting to influence legislation”. The Scientology […]Read More Letter to Inspector General Eric Thorson
“Jeopardizing Tax-Exempt Status All IRC Section 501(c)(3) organizations, including churches and religious organizations, must abide by certain rules: • their net earnings may not inure to any private shareholder or individual; • they must not provide a substantial benefit to private interests; • they must not devote a substantial part of their activities to attempting […]Read More Crime and Abuse are not Protected Religious Beliefs
When Scientology set out to destroy Paulette Cooper in order to stop her from writing anything further about their organization they had someone steal her personal stationery with her fingerprints on it. They subsequently used that stationery to write bomb threats against themselves which resulted in Ms Cooper being charged. Fortunately for Ms Cooper, the […]Read More More Broken Laws and the Deafening Silence
Where do terrorists come from? Do they suddenly appear from nowhere, armed and ready to subjugate and control? Does it take guns and IEDs to define a terroristic act? According to 18 U.S. Code § 2331. Definitions: “(5) the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that— (A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation […]Read More A Scientology Jihad
Charles P. Rettig Commissioner Internal Revenue Service Department of the Treasury 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20220 Dear Sir, I am asking that you investigate and ultimately revoke the tax exempt status of the Church of Scientology International along with all of it’s subgroups. The IRS’ guidelines stipulate a: 1. Recognized creed and form […]Read More Letter Requesting the Revocation of COS’ Tax Exemption
“Churches and religious organizations, like many other charitable organizations, qualify for exemption from federal income tax under IRC Section 501(c)(3) and are generally eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions. To qualify for tax-exempt status, the organization must meet the following requirements (covered in greater detail throughout this publication): the organization must be organized and operated exclusively […]Read More Why Not Give Gangs Tax Exemption, Too?
The Basis for Removal of Scientology’s Tax Exempt Status The Scientology IRS Form 1023 1. “Scientology is a religion based on the research, writings and recorded lectures of it’s founder, L. Ron Hubbard which collectively constitute the scriptures of the religion.”p.p. 2-3 A. There is no documented, viable research available to lend credence to any […]Read More U.S. Treasury, Please Revoke Scientology’s Tax Exempt Status