Aside from Auditor’s Code violations there are only four high crimes a Dianetic auditor can commit:
1. Cease to audit suddenly with the pc down the track somewhere.
2. Make a sudden evaluative remark in the middle of the session.
3. React or comment adversely on what the pc is running such as being critical of the pc for having such an incident.
4. Force a pc to go on when he doesn’t want to.
These mess up pcs quite badly and give them a great deal of trouble afterwards.
Over the years these four actions have been observed being done from time to time by persons trying to audit in Dianetics. They are just as bad in Scientology but oddly, I don’t recall them being done in Scientology, only Dianetics.
Example of 1: Auditor fails to give next command or any further commands and leaves pc hanging.
Example of 2: “Are you really interested in this session or not?”
Example of 3: “That was a horrible thing to do.”
Example of 4: “Go ahead. Get into it,” after pc has asked to stop.
There are countless variations of these. In 1 the pc volunteers it’s all sort of unreal in the incident so the auditor, instead of TR 4, just ends session.
These are very bad things to do. They don’t kill anybody. But they surely make pcs less auditable.