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Stacy Brooks (born April 8, 1952) is a critic of the Church of Scientology. Like her late ex-husband Robert Vaughn Young, a Scientology whistleblower employed by Scientology for over 20 years, Brooks was also a member of the Church, working in its upper level management in Los Angeles for almost fifteen years. After leaving in 1989 Brooks joined the Lisa McPherson Trust, served as an expert witness in many high profile Scientology lawsuits, and to date has made many television appearances on programs including Dateline, 20/20 and 60 Minutes criticizing Scientology.
- Tobin, Thomas C. (1997-02-21). "Scientology had woman in isolation". Scientology. St. Petersburg Times. Retrieved 2007-11-12.
- Scientology foe sets up office close to church St. Petersburg Times, published January 6, 2000
- Scientology critics to get bricks St. Petersburg Times, published April 26, 2001
- O'Neil, Deborah (2001-05-26). "Scientology critic won't face retrial". St. Petersburg Times. Retrieved 2007-11-12.
- Scientology litigation transcripts of Affidavits and Declarations
- Testimony in Injunction Trial transcripts - February 2001
- Media Vault of Dateline and 20/20 shows
- Stacy Brooks at the Internet Movie Database
- Meet Stacy Brooks Profile, legal testimony and archives all her television and radio shows
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