A number of critics have posted videos about their encounters with the scientology stress test. There may be legal issues with those tables. I am suggesting that a checklist be developed for use in such encounters. This check list should have this address from the FDA on it:
Office of Criminal Investigations
Food and Drug Administration
7500 Standish Place
Rockville, MD 20855
If they could be made up in triplicate that would be good — one copy for FDA, one copy for the person making the report and one copy for the stress test in/charge. As the reporter hands them their copy they can say, „consider this a knowledge report.“
Here are some items off the top of my head for such a check list:
__ Operators do not have a license or legal permission to sell
__ No legal permission to be in that location
__ No label on e-meter as required by the FDA
__ No disclaimer of religious counselling
__ No sign saying, „This is Scientology“
__ Operators of the e-meters are not ordained ministers of Scientology
__ Operators of the e-meters claim to be ordained ministers of Scientology but do not have
… relevant credentials with them
The form would have places on it for the location, time and place for the stress table being reported. It would have a place for the name of the org the stress table represents and the name(s) of the individuals involved. It would have a place for the person making the report to fill out their name and a place for their signature.
Anyway, that’s the germ of the idea.
If this does amount to anything there should be consistency of the form wherever it is used so that when the people involved with doing the stress table send their photocopy of the filled out form „up lines“ the recipient should be impressed by their similarity. The same goes for the recipient(s) with the FDA.