Gang Bang Sec Check

 

 

Seems that this poor shmuck has landed himself in a “enhanced” interrogation with the Ethics Officer and his goons!

This is in fact a very brutal and coercive interrogation method used by the Church of Scientology on members who are suspected of disloyalty.  See below for an explanation of terms and testimony of former members who were subjected to these abuses.


Security Checking

Running lists of questions on a PC or patient using the Meter to find criminal behavior that can be used as potential blackmail, should the PC ever blow or become critical of the cult. Similar to a confessional; the PC is lied to and told the revealed secrets and overts will remain confidential, yet the cult often publishes and distributes the items found by Sec Checking, which are written down in folders at the time of the session. Term comes from Hubbard’s extreme paranoia about Communist, governmental, or psychiatric infiltration of Scientology, and the need to run Security checks on new Scientologists.

Gang-Bang Sec Check

A cruel process involving getting the victim to confess to “crimes” or Overts while on a meter and in front of a group of people. Used as a heavy brainwashing technique when a PC threatens to blow. “Three people in the past year have said they have had Gang-Bang Sec Checks recently.

http://www.xenu-directory.net/glossary/glossary_g.htm


The below is an excerpt from Professor Stephen Kent’s excellent site on Scientology http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Library/Shelf/kent/religion.html

An even more severe form of sec check was the “gang bang sec check,” a process that presumably takes its name from group rape (a slang term for which is gang bang). Gang bang sec checks involve two or more interrogators rapidly firing questions and verbal abuse at a victim who is hooked up to or holding an e-meter. A brief description of this practice occurs in a legal declaration (sworn under oath) by former member Stacy Young. She declared that her repeated protests about the way that (the now-current head of Scientology) David Miscavige treated staff led Miscavige to send her to the RPF in September, 1982 (S. Young, 1994: 8, 65). The specific incident that triggered her assignment was that Miscavige learned that Young had reacted to his (alleged) screaming fits by telling someone that he was “a brutal, tyrannical bully” (S. Young, 1994: 65). In response, Miscavige:

  • ordered me to submit to what was known as a ‘gang bang sec check.’ Two very large, strong men… locked me in a room and interrogated me for hours. During the interrogation, they screamed and swore at me. They accused me of crimes against Scientology. They demanded that I confess to being an enemy agent (S. Young, 1994: 66).
  • Soon Young found herself in the RPF’s ‘Running Program,” which involved “running around an orange pole for 12 hours a day” (S. Young, 1994: 66).

Karen de la Carrier, ex-wife of Church of Scientology President Heber Jentzsh, on sec checking and her subjection to them



Mike Rinder, former head of Office of Special Affairs (OSA) International, subjected to forced confessions in The Hole

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