One of our tipsters came through for us today with some hilarious screenshots from the latest testimonials video that was sent out to Scientology members. In that past, we’ve had the video itself, and we hope eventually to get this one. But for now, we’re just really happy to get these glimpses of Scientologists high on L. Ron Hubbard. What a gas.
Continue reading Bomb diggety! It’s more Scientologists high on L. Ron Hubbard and the everloving ‘tech’
[Cindy Plahuta’s letter didn’t sit well with Scientology attorney Wally Pope]
On Wednesday, we revealed that Tampa federal Judge James D. Whittemore had put two letters into the court file of the federal fraud lawsuit filed by California residents Luis and Rocio Garcia against the Church of Scientology.
Continue reading Was it something we said? Scientology wants Cindy Plahuta’s letter in fraud lawsuit struck
[Rapper The Game (a/k/a Jayceon Terrell Taylor) and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck]
We’re on the road today, and so we’re thankful that frequent contributors Jeffrey Augustine and Chris Shelton have pitched in with a couple of interesting items. First, Jeffrey had some thoughts about this past weekend’s noted gang summit in south Los Angeles, and what it means for Scientology…
Continue reading Scientology goes shopping for a new top cop in L.A., and a new video from Chris Shelton!
We just got word from Phil and Willie Jones. Their second “Call Me” billboard just went up in Largo, Florida, bringing attention to Scientology’s “disconnection” policy just a few miles from where the church has its international spiritual “mecca” in the town of Clearwater.
Continue reading BILLBOARD UP IN FLORIDA: Scientology ‘disconnection’ on view near Clearwater ‘mecca’
[Judge James D. Whittemore]
A couple of new documents showed up recently in the court file of Luis and Rocio Garcia’s federal fraud lawsuit against the Church of Scientology, and we thought you might want to hear about them.
Continue reading The judge, his letters, and more proof that Scientology is snowing a federal court
[Phil Jones and his daughter Emily]
Phil and Willie Jones, the Las Vegas couple who got a lot of press for raising the money to put up a billboard in Los Angeles bringing attention to Scientology’s “disconnection” policy, have arrived in Florida this week for the unveiling of a new billboard in the town of Clearwater, Scientology’s spiritual headquarters.
Continue reading ‘Call Me’ says their billboard — and their daughter in Scientology did just that
Earlier this month, Joey Chait, 38, was sentenced by a New York federal court to a year in prison for conspiring to smuggle art objects made of rhino horn, ivory, and coral. Joey was in the employ of his father Isadore Chait, whose eponymous I.M. Chait Gallery in Beverly Hills is one of the best known auction houses for Asian art in the world. Izzy Chait, for his part, is also well known to Scientology watchers, who remember his bizarre 2011 appearance along with the “Squirrel Busters” at Los Angeles International Airport in an attempt to unnerve former Scientology official Marty Rathbun.
Continue reading Joey Chait’s sentencing memo: Abused in Scientology’s Sea Org and in fear of wealthy dad
On Sundays, Rod Keller stops by to bring us a collection of things Scientologists have shared during the week on social media. After avoiding the Internet for many years, Scientologists now share things freely online. And this week, Rod found something really special.
Continue reading VIDEO: A look inside Scientology’s program to rally Russian members after police raids
[Laura D, center, celebrating a previous victory in her lawsuit with Marc and Claire Headley]
Laura DeCrescenzo has won yet another victory in her seven-year legal odyssey to sue the Church of Scientology over abuse she claims she suffered during her childhood in the “Sea Organization,” including being forced, she says, to have an abortion at 17 years old.
Continue reading Scientology’s appeal denied, trial date to be set in forced-abortion lawsuit
[Fred Haseney, with ‘Call Me’ sign, at June 24 ‘Battlefield Earth’ event]
“Fred Haseney has entered into a settlement agreement, and he will be continuing his First Amendment activity around Big Blue,” says attorney Graham Berry, explaining why there will not be a court hearing today over a Scientology lawyer’s request for a restraining order against Haseney that accused him of stalking a Scientology employee.
Continue reading Scientology caves: Fred Haseney avoids court hearing, will take camera to Big Blue tomorrow