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FILM REVIEW: Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief

Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (Alex Gibney, 2015)

If you thought Scientology was screwed up before seeing this documentary, then be prepared to be dumbfounded by the sheer level of crazy WTFness that will leave you laughing with incredulity one minute, and shaking your head in horror the next. 939 more words

A PI Is Going To Jail For Hacking Scientology Critics, And The Court Doesn't Know Who Hired Him

A private investigator from New York named Eric Saldarriaga was sentenced to three months in jail Friday after he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit computer hacking, on charges that he hired hackers to break into 60 email accounts. 656 more words

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Private eye jailed for hacking email of Scientology critics and others

A private investigator from Astoria, New York who broke into the email accounts of two prominent critics of the Church of Scientology was sentenced on Friday in federal court to three months in jail. 807 more words

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We in Scientology Don't Know Nuthin'

“We in the Choich ah Scientology don’t know nuthin’ bout any computer hacking.”

“We are upstandin’ citizens Senator.”

“It’s just by some weird coincidence that this gumshoe — and we never herda  this guy… 66 more words

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Mike Rinder, shamelessly racist, anti-Muslim and just plain rude

Mike Rinder, a former member of the Church of Scientology’s Sea Organization, was for almost twenty years the chief public relations and legal affairs executive of the… 864 more words

Scientology

911 Calls from 2000 When OSA Stalked Stacy, Bob Minton and Mike McClaughry

On February 4, 2000 in Clearwater, Florida (home of the Church of Scientology’s Advanced Auditing organization called “Flag”) a video was made documenting the harassment and hi-speed chase of a Church of Scientology “hired gun” who was harassing and tailing me, Mike McClaughry. 864 more words

Historical Research

Scientology head's father was spied on, police report says

By Kim Christensen

April 8, 2015, 8:58 p.m.

For 18 months private detectives tracked every move made by the father of David Miscavige, leader of the Church of Scientology, as they eavesdropped, spied on his emails and planted a GPS unit on his car, according to police records. 448 more words

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