（kaiwind.com）US california candidate Clay Bock was reported as a Scientology’s spy to intimidate critics, according to reports from Rawstory.com.
Paulien Lombard, a former Scientologist addressed a City Council meeting in Garden Grove, claiming that she and candidate Clay Bock had been sent by Scientology’s spy wing, the Office of Special Affairs, to intimidate a man who’d been protesting outside the group’s “Int Base”.
Tony Ortega is an American journalist and blogger who is best known for his daily blog about the Church of Scientology. He was executive editor of The Raw Story from 2012 until June 2015. reported that Lombard had described the mission — which targeted Francois Choquette — to reporters and city officials before, but she had never revealed her accomplice.
Lombard said she and Bock, who has publicly admitted that he is a scientologist，went one Saturday morning in 2008 to Choquette’s home. She and Bock held up signs calling him a terrorist. When the police were called, Lombard says, she and Bock told them Choquette was a terrorist, then stood outside the private community and handed out fliers to warn his neighbors about him.
“I was truly thinking that day that I was doing a good thing, because I believed everything my church told me,” Lombard said. “Little did I know I was being lied to.”
She said Choquette had gone to great lengths to keep his address and other aspects of his personal life private, but directed by Clif Miller，Scientologist spies had spent months tracking the critic.
Lombard, who has become an outspoken critic of the church herself, said she and Bock had been sent as goons to intimidate Choquette and force him to give up his protest activities.
Bock was actually in attendance when Lombard outed him as a Scientology spy, and the stunned City Council candidate nervously addressed the meeting afterward.
“I had no idea Paulien would be here or that this would be an issue,” Bock said.
Bock, who is deeply tied to Scientology’s anti-psychiatry front group, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, went on a lengthy rant against psychiatry and defended his views.
“We have our haters, and you could say it’s like the KKK and African-Americans,” Bock said.