(Note:  This is a proper transcript of the first page (lays out main plan) of an actual scanning of this Guardian Order. These were scannings of very poor quality and difficult to decipher. Other transcripts are found on the Internet but that contain errors.)



GO 732 WW
Legal                                                                                                          20 April 1973


Policy: Attack is neccessary to an effective defence.


Countries are being denied to OTC, the “Apollo” and LRH.


A gradual reduction of available countries accurring since 1967. Trend DANGER.


General operating record since 1967, studied with many uncovered incidents without foundation in fact. Each of these has had in common false reports.

Recent exposure of official records have brought about the possession of data showing that England and the US have in the past spread false reports in several other countries which have caused trouble.


By spreading false reports a cumulative file can be built in their own and other countries which then tend to act on the file without the presence of the real scene data which is factually good but which is then ignored.

Secondary Why:  

The tendency or habit of police and immigration agencies to act secretly on record data without further advice, thus making a hidden third party situation.

Ideal Scene:

All false and secret files of the nations of operating areas brought to view and legally expunged and OTC, “Apollo” and LRH free to frequent all western ports and nations without threat and all required ports open and free.



To engage in various litigation in all countries affected so as to expose to view all such derogatory and false reports, to engage in further litigation in the countries originating such reports, to exhaust resources in those countries and then finally to take the nation to the United Nations (that now being possible for an individual and a group) and to the European Commission on Human Rights, meanwhile uprooting and cancelling all such files and reports wherever found.


The UN and the European Commission throw out the vast majority of petitions as inadministrable on exact and tiny legal and technical points so that to be successful the most careful handling must be done with regard to these points.


*    OTC:
Operations and Transport Corporation’.

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