What are they afraid of by never including anyone’s name?
I’ll tell you:
Either the person does not really exist, and this is just made up copy like testimonials for the local greasy spoon written by the owner, his wife and family members, or
They are scientologists who happen to be “a police officer” or a “crime documentary producer” (who makes videos for CCHR…), or
The people who write these have NO IDEA they have anything to do with scientology, or that their statements are going to be used to promote scientology. If their name was included someone might contact them and ask them if they know about this and they would demand it no longer be used.
If this stuff is so good, why are the endorsements “anonymous”?
look through scientology promotion and you rarely find a name or specific, identifiable title attached to their endorsements. The few times they mistakenly included specifics – like an endorsement from the King of Spain or the Taiwanese Minister of Education – they have been renounced.
It’s not easy getting endorsements for the world’s most notorious cult – the true version of their self-proclaimed “world’s coolest religion.”