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Mad Scientologists! 2

Updated on July 5, 2012

New Allegations Against Scientology

Martin Bashir of Nightline has uncovered a story based on new allegations against The Church of Scientology. Nightline attributed two nights in a row on this topic on the 22nd and 23rd of October 2009. The first night consisted of specific allegations from ex-staff members of The Church and the second night involved an interview with Tommy Davis, the head of the Church of Scientology's Celebrity Centre. Many of the new allegations are pointed directly at David Miscavige, the leader of The Church, and they’re from ex-members of its own staff. Ex-Staff members, some with memberships over twenty years, are speaking out against what they say is abuse from the hand at the very top of the rankings.

The ex-members say that Miscavige struck staff members with his hand. It is said that abuse and violence is a part of the dark side of the inner workings of Scientology that no one until now has spoken about. The allegations are corroborated by more than one ex-member of The Church of Scientology. One ex-member described Miscavige as a sociopath.’ Miscavige hit people for no reason. And one could not hit back as that takes away their ‘power of eternity.’ Being the leader of a religion, David Miscavige is a god. That’s the power David Miscavige apparently has.

Miscavige, it’s been said, started off running The Church in a more appropriate manner, but became very eccentric over time. One female ex-staff member recalled that if Miscavige’s dog growled or barked at you then he’d accuse you some sort of wrongdoing. Another ex-member stated that staff members had to literally salute Miscavige’s dog when in its presence. Salute the dog? The dog apparently does have four stripes another ex-member added.

For any reason Miscavige seems fit, he can place a member into their rehab program, some sort of solitary confinement. During rehab a member has no interaction with immediate family members. More extreme cases have played out where it is said that while a member is in rehab, a member of The Church pressures their family to disown that member, divorcing them and cutting off all connection.

The Church uses a lie detector type device called an E meter to measure 'spiritual well being.' Members can’t question the E meter or anything else pertaining to methods used by The Church or they may find themselves in rehabilitation.

Now that you've read this blog, go back and hear allegations from the kids of high rankings. Miscavige's own niece, Jenna Miscavige Hill, is in Ross' first blog on Scientology -


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