The History of Smurf
We begin with Smurf pretending to be a Jonestown survivor. He deceived the Cult Awareness Network about this, hurting CAN's reputation and distorting the history of Jonestown itself. I believe this video was around 1987. Smurf was exposed as a liar and CAN repudiated him. Smurf claims he did this as a Scientology operative.
In 1990 through 1992 Smurf claims he was spying on Scientology critic Ford Greene. So once again, he's pretending to be an ex cultist while working for a cult.
In 1991 Smurf claims he was recruited by Scientology to kill CAN director Cynthia Kisser, but he balked at the job because he might get caught. While at times Smurf claims he was being forced into the killing by Scientology pressure, in this article he claims that he had repeatedly done violent acts for Scientology and even laughed about it. He also claims to have broken into a critic's home and poured live rats in it, and smeared dog feces on another critic's home.
Also in 1991 I met Smurf at the CAN conference in Oklahoma City. He was one of Jason Scott's handlers. Jason was suing CAN at the time and Scientology had rented a conference room at the same hotel as the CAN conference.
In July and August of 1993 Smurf in one of his side-switching modes was deposed in the Scientology v. Fishman case. In September 1993 Smurf wrote an affidavit for Rick Ross, who was being sued by Jason Scott, outlining the activities he did on behalf of Scientology.
In 1997 Smurf was protesting with and spying on critics of Scientology during their protest in Clearwater, Florida. He at first denied the spying, then later admitted to it. He also wrote an affidavit in which he claimed Scientology was harassing him. Also in 1997 he "helped" a German TV film crew as they filmed different encounters with Scientology in California. The film crew eventually figured out that Smurf was forwarding their plans surreptitiously to Scientology. Smurf confessed on camera when confronted:
Smurf wrote about his actions at a protest against Scientology in
2010 that "Instead of calling the police on Flyer Guy, I chose to
shove back. Anons may not understand this; ex-Scilons will. It has everything to
do with the TRs and controlling the environment. I was using LRH Tech in the
situation with the handlers." Smurf thus admits to still using Scientology
Today and for several years now Smurf has claimed to once again be a critic of Scientology. He attends protests and writes about his exploits as a critic on different forums. Religious Freedom Watch lists him as a critic. It is difficult to say from this history just where his real allegiance lies.
I think in this clip he's on Scientology's side:
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