Bob Adams was a Senior Vice President at ABLE International, the
Association for Better Living and Education, and a director of
Narconon International. ABLE is the parent organization for four
Scientology front groups: Narconon, Criminon, Applied Scholastics, and
The Way to Happiness Foundation. You can read more about ABLE at StudyTech.org.|
Bob has reached the highest level of spiritual training available to Scientologists: Operating Thetan Level VIII. He is truly a master of the universe, "at cause over MEST" (Matter, Energy, Space, and Time). He's also a Patron of the International Association of Scientologists, meaning he's contributed at least $40,000 to Scientology's "war chest" for harassing its enemies.In March 2004 Bob was "disappeared" from the ABLE web site. Why? We think it has to do with his having threatened, on the phone, someone at their work site in order to try to find out details of the SF Chronicle article that reporter Nanette Asimov was writing about Narconon's infiltration of the San Francisco school system. When Mr. Adams' threatening activities became known, ABLE decided to erase him. Here is the evidence:
And possible criminal activity in the mid-1990s by a "Robert Adams" connected with Scientology is described on this page at Narconon-Exposed.org.
So now Bob has been "disappeared", including his I am a Scientologist spam page, but we have an archived copy. Also see his list of Scientology course completions.The email link from this archived page shows his ABLE affiliation; the original page was (here). Perhaps Bob will be rehabilitated some day.
Here is another page about Bob's activities.
In 2006, Bob Adams turned up as spokesman for the Church of Scientology International; full text of the press release is here.
May 10, 2006: Bob Adams lies outrageously about Xenu on KCOL radio in Colorado.June 23, 2006: Bob Adams again lies about Xenu, this time on KGO radio. As Scientology's official spokesperson, he knows very well that his Church has sued multiple people for copyright infringement for publishing the Xenu story, a document known as OT III. And numerous previous spokespeople have acknowledged Xenu. So lying about this now is just silly. January 29, 2008: Bob Adams appears in this Australian TV News segment spouting the usual Scientology lies about Tory Christman.