HIGH CRIMES, 1. these consist of publicly departing Scn or committing suppressive acts. Cancellation of certificates, classifications and awards and becoming fair game are amongst the penalties which can be leveled for this type of offense as well as those recommended by Committees of Evidence. (HCO PL 7 Mar 65 III) 2. the overt or covert actions or omissions knowingly and willfully undertaken to suppress, reduce, prevent or destroy case gains, and/or the influence of Scn on activities, and/or the continued Scn success and actions on the part of organizations and Scientologists. (BPL 9 Aug 71RI)
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