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Mike McClaughry collected data on the Time Track which he published on his website http://www.scientologyintegrity.org /htmldocs/tt/tt.shtml, which is down since a few years. So I published my copy of it, to make the data available. I don't know, whether his decision to give up his website was just to save some money for the domain and hosting or whether there is any other reason for it.  
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The ex-Guardian Member Mike McClaughry invested the take over of Scientology by the US-government and collected data on the Time Track which he published on his website http://www.scientologyintegrity.org, which is down since a few years. So I published my copy of it, to make the data available. I don't know, whether his decision to give up his website was just to save some money for the domain and hosting or whether there is any other reason for it.  
  
 
As he used the work of another, who published the Time Track earlier and added further data to it, which are also not in his copyright, I assume that this collection is in public domain. Please correct me, if this assumtion is wrong.
 
As he used the work of another, who published the Time Track earlier and added further data to it, which are also not in his copyright, I assume that this collection is in public domain. Please correct me, if this assumtion is wrong.

Revision as of 20:55, 16 January 2008

The ex-Guardian Member Mike McClaughry invested the take over of Scientology by the US-government and collected data on the Time Track which he published on his website http://www.scientologyintegrity.org, which is down since a few years. So I published my copy of it, to make the data available. I don't know, whether his decision to give up his website was just to save some money for the domain and hosting or whether there is any other reason for it.

As he used the work of another, who published the Time Track earlier and added further data to it, which are also not in his copyright, I assume that this collection is in public domain. Please correct me, if this assumtion is wrong.

So here is the time track of the history of Scientology, which give a lot of insight into the question how and when the takeover of Scientology by the US-government took place:

Time Track of Scientology