Scientology Targeted South Park's Parker and Stone in Investigation (UPDATED)

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Stone (left) and Parker
UPDATE: New Scientology internal documents about the investigation of Parker and Stone leaked. See our new story here. Also, Scientology responds to this story, and we decode their response for you.

NEW: filmmaker Lloyd Kaufman confirms that he was asked about Trey Parker and Matt Stone by Scientology's Eric Sherman in 2006. And Mark Ebner adds more confirmation that OSA followed people who worked on the 2005 South Park episode. Also, a private investigator describes sifting trash for the Church of Scientology.

Another interesting revelation at Marty Rathbun's blog this morning: Rathbun released what he said was an internal Scientology document which suggests that the church targeted Trey Parker and Matt Stone for a classic OSA investigation in retaliation for the infamous South Park episode that exposed the religion's bizarre upper-level teachings.

Rathbun tells me this initial document is just the beginning of a trove that describes how Scientology investigated Parker and Stone over a significant period after the duo deeply embarrassed the church with its 2005 episode, "Trapped in the Closet."

Marty Rathbun himself was once a powerful executive in Scientology who defected in 2004, and since 2009 has been criticizing church leader David Miscavige at his blog. At various times this year, Rathbun has made public similar documents which reveal the covert operations of Scientology's Office of Special Affairs.

The document he revealed today suggests that Scientology had identified Parker and Stone's close friends, and was examining public records on those people, looking for a vulnerability.

"To find a direct line into Stone and Parker some of their friends have been identified," reads the document, which reads like a typical OSA report on an ongoing investigation. The church's information allegedly was coming from Eric Sherman, a film consultant who Rathbun identifies as a Scientologist (the Voice is attempting to reach him), and who had talked with Troma Studio's Lloyd Kaufman for information about Parker and Stone.

Several friends to the South Park duo are then identified: writer Matthew Prager (That's My Bush), actor John Stamos, actress Rebecca Romijn, and writer David Goodman.

"These connections are being PRC'd," reads the document, and Rathbun explains that the acronym stands for "public records check." Scientology's standard procedure would be to put its private eyes on a complete check of these people and their property, legal, and other public records. If they owed taxes, or had been in messy divorces, or had been arrested, Scientology would soon know about it.

"There are some strings that will be pulled on the PRC on Stone," the document reads, suggesting that investigators had already found something about Matt Stone in public records that would make him vulnerable.

"Otherwise the special collections will be debugged in order to get some viable strings that can be pulled," the document then reads, and Rathbun explains that "special collections" is Scientology's code for trash digging.

I asked Rathbun what kind of things OSA's operatives would be looking for in the trash of Parker and Stone and their friends.

"Phone records. Bank records. Personal letters that expose some kind of vulnerability. They'll read stuff into the kind of alcohol you're drinking and how much. Prescriptions. They'll figure out your diet. They can find out a lot about you through your trash," he told me this morning by phone from his home in South Texas.

"You can see that the commanding officer is pissed off and not enough is getting done," he says about the final lines from the OSA document. But additional documents show that the investigation did get going in a big way, and we'll have more about that soon.



The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology
#1: L. Ron Hubbard
#2: David Miscavige
#3: Marty Rathbun
#4: Tom Cruise
#5: Joe Childs and Tom Tobin
#6: Anonymous
#7: Mark Bunker
#8: Mike Rinder
#9: Jason Beghe
#10: Lisa McPherson
#11: Nick Xenophon (and other public servants)
#12: Tommy Davis (and other hapless church executives)
#13: Janet Reitman (and other journalists)
#14: Tory Christman (and other noisy ex-Scientologists)
#15: Andreas Heldal-Lund (and other old time church critics)
#16: Marc and Claire Headley, escapees of the church's HQ
#17: Jefferson Hawkins, the man behind the TV volcano
#18: Amy Scobee, former Sea Org executive
#19: The Squirrel Busters (and the church's other thugs and goons)
#20: Trey Parker and Matt Stone (and other media figures)
#21: Kendrick Moxon, attorney for the church
#22: Jamie DeWolf (and other L. Ron Hubbard family members)
#23: Ken Dandar (and other attorneys who litigate against the church)
#24: David Touretzky (and other academics)
#25: Xenu, galactic overlord


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lalato
lalato

Tony Ortega, Village Voice editor, tries to protect prostitution ad revenue, denigrates anti-child trafficking activists and tries to manipulate statistics on child sex trafficking to create an image of a minor problem.  See here: http://villagevoicepimp.com/to...

lalato
lalato

Tony Ortega, Village Voice editor, tries to protect prostitution ad revenue, denigrates anti-child trafficking activists and tries to manipulate statistics on child sex trafficking to create an image of a minor problem.  See here: http://villagevoicepimp.com/to...

LocalSP1
LocalSP1

Just a quick tip Tony. When mentioning Rebecca Romijn in an article it would good to post a really hot picture of her. I'm sure it would help grab your readers attention. I know it would grab mine.

Tom Tucker
Tom Tucker

F*U*C*K the Church of Scientology, the best way to achieve perfection is to skull*f*u*c*k Hubbard's corpse.

Asian Dude
Asian Dude

Dear Scientology PR Machine.

Please continue to provide us with so much footbullets that it will keep us laughing all night long (and bonus if you could keep us laughing in our sleep).

SignedAsian Dude.

Alistair
Alistair

Well, I don't think L. Ron would be very pleased with the lack of persistence the OSA demonstrated in fair-gaming the South Park guys. Pretty shoddy work, especially compared to what the Guardian's Office might have done back in the 1970s! Why didn't they plant something on Matt or Trey or get them arrested like they did poor Paulette Cooper?

mike
mike

Amazing that you guys believe Marty when he is against the Church but villify him whenever he says anything positive about the tech.  This is an article about absolutely nothing.  Please tell me what law was broken?  Where is the document?  Can you really trust Marty's integrity? 

V for Vacation
V for Vacation

This story got picked up by EW / Entertainment Weekly magazine online. Thumbs up! :D

ajweberman
ajweberman

THAT IS AWFUL SPYING ON SOMEONE THROUGH THEIR TRASH. THEY SHOULD  BE ARRESTED.

MarkStark
MarkStark

This story has wings!

It's a universal story, of how Scientology operates against all critics, and in this case the "jokers & degraders" happen to be popular figures in our culture right now.

No matter how many horrendous injustices happen, like what the cult did to Paulette Cooper (or other writers and critics) or Lisa McPherson (and countless other members who get abused, used, or ripped off) the fact remains that relating a cult activity to someone popular gets people's attention, just as Tom Cruise's video and appearance on Lauer got my attention.

Good job to Marty/Mike and Tony.

shag11
shag11

 Nothing but a damned cult.

Torychristman
Torychristman

Imagine me laughing...and then 10X it, OSA! You losers are too great for words.Keep up the *excellent* work, PLEASE. We (out) couldn't possibly show the worldhow evil/bad you are------they'd never believe what you do. But YOU showing them?Ah! A million dollar script. Thank you Davey boy...and keep in mind, please:Tick Tock, Tick Tock....Time is on *our* side! :) Love to ALL Tory/Magoo

Green Fields
Green Fields

I think only LRH coming back now and speaking publicly can handle this flap. That and a few Clears and OTs backing him up. If there were any.

Green Fields
Green Fields

Who knew the cartoon will assist in bringing the mighty cult down...

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

Well, this is not surprising at all, since this is what they do,  but it's good to see it confirmed and reported by the media. I'm really glad Marty is publishing this stuff but I do wish he'd post the original documents.

Donkey Hotay
Donkey Hotay

Religion = Superstitious Nonsense for Ignorant Imbeciles

Period.

Richard wiseman
Richard wiseman

I wouldn't worry about Scientology or any of these groups. They're a sideshow, has beens, already beaten, bt don't know it; the living dead. There is only one God who has any power and His 'power was made perfect in weakness' and He requires his followers to accept the sin sacrifice of Christ, live by the example set by Christ in order to commune with Him, God that is. These Scientology people and their organised religious activities have nothing to offer mankind, along with most organised religions, which have moved too far away from God and his message for mankind. Let the Scientologists, Illuminati, organised religions of all creeds and even the Satanists get on with what they are doing, it won't do them any good in the end. Money is pointless and a false god, along with most human creations and a full life in spirit can only be achieved by communing with the guiding mind/ intelligent designer behind all of this; God.

GarryS
GarryS

Pure silliness at the hands of a cult that has continually put their foot in their mouth & choked on it. Parker & Stone have always taken a "take no prisoners" approach in their satire which has earned them plenty of insults & controversy for years.. On Wednesday's 'South Park' episode, Eric Cartman compels his teachers to beat up Disney star Selena Gomez because she's annoying... now members of the Latino community are whining. Parker & Stone live for these reactions.  For a destructive cult to take this silliness so seriously shows how utterly retarded and out of touch with reality they are.

Pete Griffiths
Pete Griffiths

How dare OSA behave as they do?  They think they are above the law. The police should raid every single Scientology org and mission right now and seize all files, including Gold Base.

Marcotai
Marcotai

The natural law below could be easily changed as: "Beware individuals who fights a pro-human rights group, for those individuals are too scared to be exposed for their crimes and dirty interests"

The proof of the law above can be easily demonstrated by the mere observation of  their pro-drugging of children (psychiatry), their pro-pedophilia, their pro-prostitution advertising. theirpro- religious bigotry in the name of "free speech", etc...etc...   

Scientia
Scientia

I'd love to see you apply more of this kind of critical thinking to David Miscavige and his leadership of the CoS, Mike. I assume you question the stats presented to you at events, for example, or check LRH policies on fundraising and the purchase of buildings against the IAS and DM's "Ideal Org" strategy. Have you questioned why LRH lectures have been edited, with some comments removed entirely? Have you looked into why and how enforced Disconnection was revived as policy? Or how GAT really did come about? What happened to the Non-Interference Zone and who were Greg and Debra Barnes? Why did LRH develop Super Power and what does it have to do with DM's NASA tech? Who were Mary Jo Leavitt and Luis Garcia? Did LRH really intend DM to take over? Whatever happened to MSH? What did LRH say about pricing? Where is Heber these days? Did DM really beat some of his staff? Why have so many of LRH's original staff at Saint Hill since been declared SP by current management? How many auditors are being trained compared to 10, 20, 30, 40 years ago? What's this about a 3-swing F/N? The Squirrel Busters...wtf was that all about?!?

You get the idea... :)

mike
mike

Why?  I bet Tony has reporters that do just that same thing, or rather they hire PI's would do it...

dennis l erlich
dennis l erlich

Mark,

These two creative geniuses are too big and invulnerable to try to Dead Agent.   One smart decision among many footbullets.

Us "little folk" type critics get the full brunt of the noisy investigations. Being followed.  Being photographed.  Having our neighbors leafletted, our accounts hacked. our employers badgered and threatened, our families destroyed by the very people who are benefiting from the soap-box we built from the ground up.  We survived the very programs these scumbags designed and perpetrated against us and those close to us, to make it into a story by years of hard work to get this very message out.

Now Marty dribbles out the stash of material he obviously took with him when he left.

So you are all being subject to just another PR Pgm.  Marty is excellent at designing and executing them, you know.  His mind still works that way, without a doubt.

So stand by while he makes news by "leaking" from the inside.  Of his closet, no doubt.

Jgg
Jgg

  As I said, the most convincing argument vs. them is their own words.

Go to Youtube:

Type L. Ron Hubbard into the search engine.  Listen to him drivel.  Type "Phoenix scientology" and listed to Dede screaming.  Oh, the Cruise tape is worth a listen also.

When you are done with Youtube, read about the leaked documents, disconnection and fair game.  Then, walk to the nearest library and read Dianetics (to the extent you can).

You see, you don't need to listen to disgruntled, hate-filled suppressive persons who know nothing about Scientology even though they were in Scientology for 20-30 years.  The best argument vs. Scientology is Scientology.

Jgg
Jgg

  Will he declare Davey an SP?  Or a squirrel?

Endscientologynow
Endscientologynow

I'll be sure to pass along your sentiment to the countless worried parents that haven't heard from their cult member children in years, and I'll pass this along to Lisa McPherson's family.  I'm sure they'll agree with you that there's nothing to worry about.

Money may be a pointless and false God but it sure makes it easy for cult leaders to harass and destroy us that ARE worried about this cult.  Wake up, Richard.

NCSP
NCSP

Except Scientology actually exists, unlike the Illuminati or powerful Satanists, which are delusions.

If nobody "worried" about injustice, nothing would ever be done about it.

Learical
Learical

No need for the "r" word.

Love
Love

They reveled the truth in a silliness way

TonyOrtega
TonyOrtega

Excellent point, Garry.- Tony O.

Scientia
Scientia

In the words of the inimitable Stephen Fry, "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that', as if that gives them certain rights. It's no more than a whine. It has no meaning, it has no purpose, it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I'm offended by that.' Well, so fucking what!?"

Clam On A Halfshell
Clam On A Halfshell

"This is what Scientologists actually believe."^^^^^Well said, Parker and Stone. Marcotai, are you aware of what a loon you sound like?

Xenu
Xenu

Hi OSA ! If anyone wants to see what a nut marcotai is just google their name + Scientology. Their Youtube account will come up. Make sure tp tell everyone about Jan Eastgate of the CCHR and how she has been criminally charged with covering up child rape in in your cult. Make sure to share the videos of L Ron Hubbard calling Asians chinks and saying blacks are slow. Be sure to tell everyone the natural law of Scientology where OT 7's like Rex Fowler shoot their coworkers in the face. You cult is so fail that it is now officially funny.

LoyalOfficer
LoyalOfficer

Like pro-pedophile $cientologist and President of $cientology's "Human Rights Commission" JAN EASTGATE?

Thetan-X
Thetan-X

Marco when you were typing ** "their pro-pedophilia" **Were you typing that with a strait face?? you fucking douche-bag!! dose the name  JAN EASTGATE!!! Mean anything to you ?? 

Marcotai you are one sick fuck, with out a doubt, just one complete LOONEY FUCKTARD !!!!!!!!

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

WHAT THE FUCK YOU TALKIN' 'BOUT?

Now go back to sleep.

$cientologee
$cientologee

You might be right, however, where is there any proof that $cientology resembles anything close to a pro human rights group?

Reasonable_Insanity
Reasonable_Insanity

You're not making any sense dude.

Are you insane or just hung up on scientology's kool aid??

Synthia Elizabeth Fagen
Synthia Elizabeth Fagen

Thank you for your very hackneyed response. You are unable to do other than make a comment like this, thinking it to be the truth. I know, I used to be there. Get out and find out what a large portion of the human race knows but that you are not allowed to see.

candace6
candace6

Ya know marco, the fact that your slimy organization made such a fuss over a cartoon only served to create countless critics like myself.  Nice going.  And why does a "religion" need a dirty tricks department again?

Tardy1967
Tardy1967

....The proof of the law above can be easily demonstrated by the mere observation of  their pro-drugging of children (psychiatry), their pro-pedophilia,...

Naturslly Scientologists are above padophilia because there are no children just adults in little bodies who lead people on and force them to do naughty things. If such events ever happened the Cult would be the first to shout about abuse of the Human rights of the accused not the child snd would do everything to ensure the facts were distorted or denied.

Anybody recognise the name Jan Eastergate a Humanitarian of the year to scientologists everywhere.

Scientia
Scientia

What are your thoughts on the article?

Clarkle
Clarkle

Quit trying to sound intelligent, it's not working.  You need to go out and get a job so you can move out of your parent's basement. 

Mia
Mia

  Really?  Do you have any idea how idiotic you sound?

Anon A
Anon A

But first you'd have to prove that the supposed "pro-human rights group" that was being fought against was actually what it claimed to be, wouldn't you?

Good luck proving Scientology fits that noble description it bestows upon itself.

ajweberman
ajweberman

i invented this form of journalism or spying 

Marcotai
Marcotai

You could have simply said: "be sure to spread hate propaganda".

Thetan-X
Thetan-X

Marco, Marco, you poor misguided douche-bag, 

"I'm a pretty staunch believer in freedom of religion. However, there are a lot of things that the "Church of Scientology" does that are just plain awful. The list that follows are just the things I could think of off the top of my head in less than 10 minutes at 3am. Forced labor (bordering on slavery) Operates its own prisons Intentionally breaks up families Isolates people from family and friends Encourages malicious destruction Encourages theft Commits tax fraud Falsifies testimony and/or legal documents Holds people against their will Charges members vast sums of money to learn church dogma Puts copyright onto "religious technology" Has its own spy organization Has its own paramilitary organization Encourages "thought policing" I'm sure that that the majority of Scientologists are basically good and well meaning people. I don't care at all about the silly things they believe in. Their ideas only marginally sillier than any other religion you could name. My problem with the Church Scientology is entirely based on their actions not their ideas. I say the following with absolutely no hyperbole or exaggeration: Scientology is compost from some of the very worst traits of a corporation, a fraud and a religion. From what I've read, there are "heretic" spin off groups that, while still pretty strange in my book, don't appear to be systemically evil. These newer groups tend to strip out most of the cultish portions of Scientology to reconcile their beliefs in the central ideas of the church with basic human rights and dignity. To mangle a phrase, "Your religious personal freedom ends where my nose starts." I don't take kindly to any group of people that can justify violence and torture directed at their fellow man; not the CIA, not Al Qaieda, not the Westburro Baptist Church, not the KKK, and not the Church of Scientology." get it ????

Marcotai
Marcotai

"countless critics like myself. "

LOL Yes "they" are countless, and you have been just "created"??  LOLOLOLOL

candace6
candace6

I recognize it!  Jan Eastgate, President of Scientology's 'human rights' front group, charged with covering up the sexual molestation of a young girl, then telling the girl it was her own fault.Oh the irony.

Marcotai
Marcotai

"ANYBOBY"..."EVERYWHERE" ....

Of course, LOL

tamsonsbairn
tamsonsbairn

Looks like marco has been double dosing on the koolaid again.

Clarkle
Clarkle

He has no thoughts on anything, he's just a troll.

Xenu
Xenu

No he does not. He is in a cult and they have no ideas period, they just repeat what they are brainwashed to.

Ron
Ron

"This is what Scientologists actually believe"

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Projecting again, asswipe?

"Hate Propaganda". Interesting phrase. Not common. Common—like "Apostate"—only among the brainwashed.

You simply don't understand, Pasta-Boy, that every time you make posts, you display just how stupid you are. All the bad grammar, misused words and generally bad writing indicate a writer of diminished capacities. As this is a hallmark of Scientology communication, I do not consider my post "Hate Propaganda." I consider this "sounding the alarm."

Scientia
Scientia

Marcotai, is it okay for your church to rifle through the rubbish of Messrs. Parker and Stone, to investigate and infiltrate their circle of friends, to try and find something that can be used to influence/intimidate them just so a cartoon (yes, a cartoon) won't make fun of you? Seriously. Is that acceptable use of public donations? Is that appropriate behaviour for a religious organisation, supposedly "the most ethical group on the planet"?

What do you have to say for yourself?

rosie
rosie

It never occurs to Marcotai why there are so few adherents that espouse Scientology in the comment threads she responds to.  Why would that be, dear, given all that expansion and all those millions of Scientologists?  Why are you invariably outnumbered by people in every thread?

rosie
rosie

Good job Candace.

choocho
choocho

 You were probably created from Terryeo due to the countless critics.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

One the other hand. the CO$ had to lower themselves to having you as their designated Bot.

Nice work Dude. You realize how tattered and torn—how lost your Organization is right now, right? The very fact that you're the best they can come up with is all the proof we'll ever need that Scientology is falling apart.

Thetan-X
Thetan-X

Marco, the fact is, there are more critics of $cientology then there are members of the "church" of L Ron Douche-bag...and it's proven Marco, I'm sure you have seen the DOX this is not ad homonym you maggot this IS THE TRUTH!!! Your poor little cult is dying on the vine, and you Marco, are going down with it.....little tiny maggot marco....pooof , yer done!!!!

candace6
candace6

Well you're here marco.  Seems to me you must be concerned about Scientology critics.  By the way, I'm one of the people who wrote to the feds advising them of the Scientology connection to the 'human rights' presentation sponsored by your front group.  Pretty awesome that they pulled out upon learning that, no?

Why does a "religion" need a dirty tricks department marco?

NCSP
NCSP

Right on, Marcotai! The fact that someone would be outraged over a cover-up of child abuse is HILARIOUS! Don't they know that reporting the rape of a child isn't the greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics? I mean, duh!

Anon A
Anon A

I think you're missing the point there, Marcotai - read the post by Tardy1967 again.  The words "anybody" and "everywhere" are not being used as generalizations in the manner that crazy Hubbard said was a trait of a 'suppressive'. 

Tardy1967 is asking: Does anybody recognize the name Jan Eastgate?  A "Humanitarian of the Year" to Scientologists everywhere.The irony being, of course, that Eastgate was charged with obstruction of justice for lying about a child who was molested by her Scientologist stepfather.

Your duplication is sadly lacking - time for more Comm Courses, right?

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