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GT Finn 
Phil Jepsen
Mike Campbell
Neil Byrne
Joe Yazbeck
Peter Cucinotta
Debbie Rodger
Samantha Loehwing

Elizabeth Currier
Sandra Everett
Richard Bishop
Steven Hayes
Bruce Wiseman
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Gerald T. Finn
Founder and President
AKA Deac Finn & GT Finn

The WWC site would have you belive that..

"Mr. Finn spent the 1970's working in various social reform organizations in the New England area including VISTA (domestic Peace Corps), and the Robert F. Kennedy Action Corps. He established several community and institution drug rehabilitation programs that still exist today. In the 1980's he was Executive Director of an international consulting firm where he assisted business executives in learning and applying the principles of "Statistical Management & Quality Control" used today in Wireless WebConnect!. In this position Mr. Finn traveled throughout Europe, Africa, Mexico and the US servicing clients in many different industries. In 1990 he settled in the San Jose area and founded Business Tel as a customer acquisition company servicing telecommunications and high tech companies, which has now evolved into Wireless WebConnect!"

The "community and institution drug rehabilitation programs" that he established are, most likely, franchises of Narconon, the Church of Scientology "drug rehabiliation program" that is chiefly used to recruit the unwary and the vulnerable into the cult.

Finn is also a former director of IMU Services Inc., a shell corporation associated with the International Association of Scientologists (IAS). He is also a former member of the Guardian’s Office, the Church’s quasi-legal secret service and intelligence gathering wing, which was dismantled in the early eighties after a dozen of its members were indicted for attempting to steal documents critical of Scientology from various government office buildings, including the IRS and the Department of Justice.

In December 1994, Gerald Finn was indicted in Spain as part of a massive state action against the Church of Scientology. He was one of only two
Americans named in the indictment. (The other is Church of Scientology International President Heber Jentzsch.)