Robert Dam – Who stole NOTs

This is a quot from the whole article written by Robert Dam: http://www.robertdam-cos.dk/Who%20stole%20NOTs.html

“The Cramming Officer AOSH EU, Nir Amotz, told me that when David Mayo was running his AAC (Advanced Ability Center) he kept saying that he would soon be ready to deliver NOTs. He just had to write up all the HCOBs again. And since Mayo claimed he had written them in the first place it was only a matter of getting the time to re-write them. This never happened until January 1984, shortly after the NOTs package had been stolen from AOSH EU which tends to indicate that the stolen package had been relayed to David Mayo.

But then I met two Swiss Scientologists who both did their NOTs under David Mayo prior to 9th December 1983. They said that the NOTs materials was already available in full and that the stealing was an unnecessary action.”

“Danish Ole G. visited Robin Scott in “Vestre Fængel” (Jail in Copenhagen) where he was detained in isolation for more than one month. He confirms that the NOTs materials were available outside the Church before the stealing.

Read this email from Ole G.:

From: Ole G.
To: info@robertdam-cos.dk
Sent: Sunday, August 07, 2005 5:37 PM
Subject: Who stole the OT V (Ned for OTs) pack from AOSH EU in 1983
Dear Robert,
I can confirm, that David Mayo had written new NOT’s materials prior to the Robin Scott mission to
the AOSH EU & AF.
Because at the Association for Applied Philosophy we used those David Mayo materials untill we got
Captain Bill’s Excalibur materials. I recall very well how Robin Scott was arrested for industrial
espionage, after he had been in Jernbanegade to obtain the NOT’s materials. At that time we used the
David Mayo materials.
Shortly afterwoods we received the Church NOT’s materials in an anonymous letter. We never used
them on the courses.
Yours,
Ole G.
Chairman, Association for Applied Philosophy

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