Leah Remini book out Nov. 3: ‘Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology’

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Leah Remini's Scientology memoir Troublemaker is a clue on Jeopardy

Leah Remini's Scientology memoir Troublemaker is a clue on Jeopardy.

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Boojuum

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I finished Leah's book last week. It's fantastic.

She and I shared a love of what the "tech" was supposed to be. DM and especially DM's Tom Cruise relationship is off policy. Plain and simple and Leah knew it and wouldn't agree otherwise.

I say this from experience: One can get to a place in Scientology where you are completely convinced it is 100% correct and you are completely willing to take on any argument to the contrary. The notion of hiding your concerns is unthinkable. Leah was ironically being a good KSW Scientologist when she was willing to question DM. Leah was being a good Scientologist when she kept asking (and keeps asking) where is Shelly.

Glad she got out and I'm very glad she wrote that book.:thumbsup:
 

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Skeptical Inquirer Book Review of Leah Remini's Scientology memoir Troublemaker

Skeptical Inquirer Book Review of Lea Remini's Scientology memoir Troublemaker.

CSICOP: A Celebrity’s Experience in Scientology

http://www.csicop.org/si/show/a_celebritys_experience_in_scientology

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Now, two years later, Remini sums it up: “Despite its claims to the contrary, the practice doesn’t help you better the world or even yourself; it only helps you be a better Scientologist.”

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