For those who don’t know the whole story about Debbie Cook, just google her name next to Maria Pia Giardini, or check on her BMW that she bought from the thousands of dollars that she made as a reg for Flag while she was in. Too much to mention here. You can start here:
I read in the news that Debbie Cook and billionaire David Miscavige came to a secret agreement regarding his Scientology Corporation.
I must confess that I gave Debbie the benefit of the doubt, yes,I had a speck of hope that she was actually fighting for a cause, but today that speck is gone. Debbie’s cause was Debbie.
She asked for donations from other ex scientologists as if she was someone who was fighting for human rights, someone who was sacrificing a lot for the sake of others who was seeking justice and wished to save people’s lives.
But no, as I suspected all along; she had her plan well figured it out. All I can say is that I feel for those who believed in her. I predicted that she and the Scientology Corporation were going to make an agreement and that everything would fizzle down to nothing for the rest.
The least she can do now that it is all over, is to give those who hoped she would do something about it, is to give their money back, it is only fair since apparently she was not really fighting for any causes, she was not intending to help others or really seeking to free anyone.
Grant it her New Year’s email actually got a lot of people to look at the scene that she was part of in the first place and many left.
Many people said that Debbie Cook caused a lot of damage to the Scientology Corporation. I say, yes, she did cause a lot of damage while she was in, as well as after when she was out.
She was the Captain at Flag for more than 20 years!
In a way, I don’t blame her, being in litigation can be quite stressful; just take a look at what happened to Larry Wollershim and others, multi billionaire David Miscavige can drag any cycle in court as long as necessary to the point that even when you win, you still lose.
Debbie was muzzled before and she is now muzzled again, but this time for good.
But was Debbie Cook sincere when she asked for donations to hire the very best lawyer to help her against the monster that it is the Church of Scientology a money making Corporation run by a ruthless person who she was his main supporter in “better days”? No, I dare say, she was not, unfortunately. I don’t know how the people who donated money to her feel now that she made the agreement. I would feel bad, but alas! I gave her nothing luckily.
For the most part the people who donated money to her ’cause’ were the indies and the freezoners as well as other ex- scientologists that are not necessarily part of any group. I know of one person who is a single mother with three children and she is definitely struggling to make ends meet and sacrificed her life savings of $1,000 dollars to help Debbie hoping that something good would come out of it. I wonder if she has any remorse or feel guilty somehow because she took money from people that at the end of the day she wanted to have nothing to do with, or did not really wanted to be part of their groups.
We do not know how much did she get out of this deal because it is a secret agreement, some say $50,000 to $5, 000,000 while the Tampa Times say she got nothing, we don’t know; and perhaps we will never know. But one thing for sure, is that so far, she got a lot more than Hubbard’s own children.
I hope that she tells her donors where the money went. But don’t bother emailing her because I read somewhere that she is not responding to anyone. However, let’s not forget that she promised to pay back if she won. According to Marty, everyone who paid will be refunded upon request.
Debbie and her husband are no longer in Facebook, and apparently their website is down. Perhaps their families disconnected from them, and they will probably lose a lot of the new friends that they made while they were ‘out’.
Will Debbie Cook and Wayne do the A-E Steps to go back to the Scientology Corporation?