post 23: more on therese

From: "Virginia McClaughry" <>
Subject: post 23: more on therese
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 21:09:10 -0800
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Dir I and R
(Flag staff ethics section)
Virginia McClaughry
Solo Nots auditor
cc: virginia’s ethics file
cc: therese blum- ao 1

Crime Report
Therese Blum-AO1 auditor

I came to Flag on December 4th to ensure the application of the HCOB’s C/s Series 73RB, and Confessionals and the no-interference zone, and get my materials to audit. I was led to believe that these bulletins would be applied, so I started a repair action

On approximately December 18th, Therese and I were in a session where she gave me an r-factor from the D/Snr C/s that I would have to do a 6 month security check, if I wanted to get back on solo. This order is in violation of C/S Series 73RB, and Confessionals and the NON-Interference Zone. Being given this order resulted in quite an upset as I had asked the auditor to send the folder back if it came out to do a 6 month check, and she had told me ok on this before, and I took this as a betrayal of trust.

During the auditor’s attempt to handle the upset, she evaluated for me by saying “which one is a bigger overt”, ‘you are the only one in 18 years that has questioned this, noone else has a problem with it but you, and I guess we will just go on with what we are doing with or without you. These evaluations and invalidations resulted in overwhelm to the point that I could no longer talk to the auditor, and was in tears.

These actions by Therese violate points 1,2,3,11,14,17, and 20 of the auditor’s code.

The crime is “Harmful, flagrant, and continued code breaks resulting in important upsets.”

Virginia McClaughry
Solo Nots Auditor