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Scientology anti-masker Leigh Dundas absconds to Mexico, Jan 6 video of her turns up

 Last year we first told you about Scientology’s rising anti-vaxx anti-mask star, “human rights attorney” Leigh Dundas, and we showed you some of her fiery speeches as she terrorized Orange County officials who were trying to get people to wear masks during a global []

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Scientology takes boards down after Inauguration riots failed to materialize

[The chipboard comes down in San Diego]

In December, we noticed something odd: Many of Scientology’s orgs across the United States were boarded up like they were going out of []

More social media gold: Post-riot, it’s clear that Scientology is the planet’s only hope!

 Scientologists, like the rest of us, couldn’t help noticing that things got a little dicey at the US Capitol last week. But Hubbardites are also very skilled at shielding themselves from the non-Scientology world, and they tend to encourage each other just to press on with the tasks L. Ron Hubbard left behind for them []

Scientology’s anti-mask star Leigh Dundas may have overdone it at Capitol riot

[Leigh makes the scene]

On January 5, a week ago, someone tagged us in a tweet about Leigh Dundas, the Orange County Scientologist anti-vaxx anti-mask “human rights lawyer,” giving another of her unhinged screeds in front of a crowd, but this time it was in Washington []

More Scientology orgs and missions got Covid bailouts than we knew: The detailed breakdown

[Scientology worked the pandemic to its advantage in various ways]

This summer when the Trump Administration first released limited information about which businesses had received Covid bailout loans, we reported that among them were three Scientology churches — the New York and DC ‘Ideal Orgs,’ and the Belleair, Florida mission — as well as two Narconon []

Scientology ex-Sea Orger with ties to dark secrets running for city council in Oregon

 We’re always interested when a Scientologist runs for political office. It doesn’t happen very often, and in recent years it’s been particularly rare. There was a married couple who each ran for office in Nevada (one of them, Brent Jones, did serve as a state legislator but failed in his bid to move up to []

Even Alaska — yes, Alaska — gave Scientology COVID-relief funds, for Xenu’s sake

 There was a lot of outrage — particularly from Leah Remini and Mike Rinder — when news emerged that Scientology had cashed in on the general looting of Coronavirus-relief funds for small businesses that the Trump administration had set aside. []

Valerie Haney’s suit against Scientology back to square one after court setback

 Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Richard Burdge denied Valerie Haney’s attempt at a do-over in her lawsuit against the Church of Scientology yesterday, leaving her back where she was in January with a couple of bad choices to []

Nazanin Boniadi chides Karen Bass for ‘insufficient’ statement on Scientology speech

[Nazanin Boniadi and Karen Bass]

Of all the reactions to the controversy over possible VP choice Karen Bass’s 2010 appearance at a Scientology event, we sure didn’t see this one coming: Nazanin Boniadi, the actress who was auditioned and chosen by Scientology to date Tom Cruise in 2004, has for the first time spoken out publicly []

Karen Bass says she attended Scientology event because it was in her district. But it wasn’t.

 On Saturday, Karen Bass reacted to the media frenzy about her appearance at a 2010 Scientology event by putting out a statement about it.

“Just so you all know, I proudly worship at First New Christian Fellowship Baptist Church in South LA,” she []