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SCIENTOLOGY ETHICS AND JUDICIAL MATTERS



With any justice action, even expulsion from the Church, if the individual concerned does not feel justice has been done, he has avenues of recourse to determine the facts and correct matters, if needed. Because Scientology justice is predicated solely on establishing truth, the honest individual is secure in the knowledge that he will receive fair treatment.

The Scientology justice codes align with the mores and legal codes of the society. Acts considered criminal by society are considered criminal by the Church and Scientologists. Scientologists do not tolerate illegal activities of any sort. Experience has taught that those who seriously violate the laws of the land are incapable of maintaining the ethical standards required to accomplish spiritual advancement.

In summary, Scientology justice is a new system, one which serves the individual and the group equally well. Its procedures are valuable to Scientologists as they offer a system where disputes can be resolved, truth is made known and increased survival occurs.

The book Introduction to Scientology Ethics contains the full scope of Scientology ethics technology and the Scientology justice system in clearly defined terms.

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