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The Unbreakable Miss Lovely: How the Church of Scientology tried to destroy Paulette Cooper

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This edition was published in by Silvertail Books

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404 pages

Under the direction of its malignant creator, L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology developed an intelligence agency second only to the infamous KGB in its infiltration of western government agencies. The Guardian’s Office was a formidable and fanatical organization, which campaigned relentlessly to protect Hubbard from prosecution and successfully dissuaded or ruined most of Scientology’s critics. Paulette Cooper was a prime target. She was preyed upon by agents, who inserted themselves into her private life and referred to her as “Miss Lovely” in their reports. She was framed for a bomb threat and indicted. She was subjected to a whispering campaign, where her neighbours were assured she was a child molester. The attack was relentless and very nearly caused her to take her own life.

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May 1, 2015, Silvertail Books
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The Unbreakable Miss Lovely

How the Church of Scientology tried to destroy Paulette Cooper

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Under the direction of its malignant creator, L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology developed an intelligence agency second only to the infamous KGB in its infiltration of western government agencies. The Guardian’s Office was a formidable and fanatical organization, which campaigned relentlessly to protect Hubbard from prosecution and successfully dissuaded or ruined most of Scientology’s critics. Paulette Cooper was a prime target. She was preyed upon by agents, who inserted themselves into her private life and referred to her as “Miss Lovely” in their reports. She was framed for a bomb threat and indicted. She was subjected to a whispering campaign, where her neighbours were assured she was a child molester. The attack was relentless and very nearly caused her to take her own life.

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Everything they had tried against her had failed to stop her. Having her arrested. Spreading spurious slander about her sexual history. Filing multiple lawsuits against her written works. Posing as close friends to get intimate information about her plans. Breaking into her college psychiatrist’s office to obtain her records. Tapping her phone. Obscene phone calls and pornography mailed to her. Even trying to compromise her father’s business. Nothing had worked. Paulette was still corresponding with people about Scientology, still helping other journalists, still trading information with Nan McLean. Still talking to law enforcement or anyone else who might take on the organization. L. Ron Hubbard was trying to re-establish himself and his management of Scientology in the United States. And it was in the U.S that he had been unable to neutralize Scientology’s single biggest enemy. It made his blood boil. Hubbard wanted, once and for all, to destroy this petite brunette living in New York by hitting her with a multi-pronged assault that had been dubbed Operation Freakout.
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The Unbreakable Miss Lovely: How the Church of Scientology tried to destroy Paulette Cooper

This edition was published in by Silvertail Books


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ISBN 10
1511639377
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