I was a Facebook friend of Debbie Cook, as I was amazed at what she had done on the eve of the new year. I wanted to support her effort, and honestly, to find out what was not in the news. I was very happy with the potential of the e-mail, and was very interested in what would come next; she's a smart lady in the ways of CoS and even better, of the top management right up to and including DM. I just knew this would be fantastic, or so I hoped.
In our exchanges on Facebook, I really felt that she was a "bring it on" type, and no one knew the ropes like she did. Especially in the area of how DM would respond and what he'd order to be done. In short, I had the impression she was the chess-master about to win the board.
The day after the famous e-mail, she was attacked by scientologists, defended by a couple close friends, and eventually un-friended (it's a real word on Facebook!) some people, and naturally changed her privacy settings, causing the first round of speculation by those she booted off of her friend list.
Here's what happened the day after ... heady times.
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