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Leah Remini Files Missing-Person Report on Scientology leader’s wife

Discussion in 'David Miscavige and Current Management' started by BlackRob, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. AnonKat

    AnonKat Crusader

    [video=youtube;A7hEtkQwh64]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7hEtkQwh64[/video]
     
  2. HelluvaHoax!

    HelluvaHoax! Platinum Meritorious Sponsor with bells on


    Actually, that has been my private opinion for years. I thought it was too dark and unfounded to share such an outrageous opinion, so I never said it.

    Well, you've broken the ice, so here goes. . .

    I think (COB's master plan is that) she will die while in captivity, before she can escape, blow or otherwise give witness to what she knows and has seen.

    I would imagine (here we go, lol) that Miscavige has been doing something to speed her demise, perhaps surreptitiously giving her trace amounts of a toxic agent in a daily "nutritional program". Think laced vitamins. Scientology is so creepy and evil that this would not surprise me at all--even to the point where her "special vitamins" that were prescribed to handle her "illness" which was brought on in the first place by the toxic exposures her loving husband orchestrated.

    Based on his history and sociopathy, why wouldn't he be trying to expedite Shelly's death though exhaustion, stress or exposure to life-threatening toxins? I know this might sound crazy to some, but I think it is is perfectly in keeping with how Miscavige handles his "problems" and "as-ises" them.

    I think the Shelly Miscavige story is one of those moments (like Paulette Cooper) that IF IT EVER COMES TO THE LIGHT OF DAY, it will confirm the "stable datum" that:

    Scientology--It's much, much worse than you think


     
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  3. CommunicatorIC

    CommunicatorIC @IndieScieNews on Twitter

    Mike: The Church of Spin

    http://www.mikerindersblog.org/the-church-of-spin/

    Excerpts:
     
  4. Gadfly

    Gadfly Crusader

    I have no idea what is really going on with Shelly, but talking of Scientology and how far they would go to "safeguard the religion" reminds me of a quote from the very funny movie, Forgiving the Franklins:

    "Sometimes one must do bad things doing the work of the Lord."

    Within the crazy mindset of Scientology, anything goes as a solution to "the greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics". In the end, whatever helps Scientology survive and succeed is viewed as the "best solution". They believe, just as Hubbard told them, that Scientology is Mankind's last and only hope! They will do just about anything to "maintain Man's last chance for freedom". If they have to lie and bury a few bodies out in the desert, that is fine IF it helps guarantee the continued survival of Mankind's ONLY CHANCE AT MAKING IT - Scientology! :happydance:

    I know, that sounds so absurd to most people, but that is how far out of things these people are. They are THAT heavily indoctrinated.

    People with a mission, who think that their mission is more important than anything else, will often do VERY nasty and unsavory things to realize their ends. The end justifies the means - every time with Scientology (just as with any dictator or totalitarian thug). It always amazes me how they don't see how their vague and hazy ideals of good justify all sorts of real down-to-Earth evil.
     
  5. CommunicatorIC

    CommunicatorIC @IndieScieNews on Twitter

    Niece Of Scientology Head Supports Leah Remini

    ET Online: Niece Of Scientology Head Supports Leah Remini
    http://www.etonline.com/news/137086_Jenna_Miscavige_Hill_Supports_Leah_Remini/index.html

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  6. WildKat

    WildKat Gold Meritorious Patron

    Awesome video, Tony whacks it out of the ballpark!! Way to go!
     
  7. Free to shine

    Free to shine Shiny & Free

    OMG that is SO funny!! :laugh:
     
  8. Free to shine

    Free to shine Shiny & Free

    Awesome Tony! :clap::clap::clap:

    What is this "fringe of the internet" thing? The net has edges? Cracks me up! Oh no scientology - Tony Ortega is right in the middle of the internet. :biggrin:
     
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  9. Free to shine

    Free to shine Shiny & Free

    Excellent comment from Jeff Hawkins:

    I think there should be a campaign to enlighten the media on other people who have "disappeared", like Annie Broeker, Mary Sue Hubbard and oh so many more I can't think of at the moment. Exes know this is not new and that there is real cause for concern, this is not the first time ...
     
  10. renegade

    renegade Silver Meritorious Patron

    This would be awesome!! There's probably many families who haven't seen their sons/daughters for many years. I hope they all start asking for the whereabouts of their loved ones after seeing the "Where's Shelly?" coverage. Now is the time!
     
  11. guanoloco

    guanoloco As-Wased

    That is an excellent post from Jeff Hawkins, where did you get it?

    The sentiment is similar to what I thought when first watching the Shelly is Not Missing spoof and WWW.helpscientology.com

    Thought it would be extremely effective to parrot back the official Karen Pouw statements. It's hilarious when repeated back.

    Leslie Nielson once did SNL and in his monologue he said comedy was much more rewarding than drama and came naturally to him. He gave a line as an example of drama and then merely repeated it as an example of comedy and it was hilarious.

    [video]http://www.hulu.com/watch/197251[/video]

    Look how utterly stupid Scientology is. This was some deadly serious must-not-speak-about punishment that will probably become one of the all time biggest footbullets ever! Seriously, look at the national media coverage already!
     
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  12. Free to shine

    Free to shine Shiny & Free

    The link is in the quote - Tony Ortega's Underground Bunker. :)
     
  13. Xenu's Boyfriend

    Xenu's Boyfriend Silver Meritorious Patron

    Case closed? Fuck that. I'm not convinced. This happened too quickly.

    I'd be really curious who at the police force "identified" Shelly and under what circumstances. Did they ask for her driver's license, or speak to her over the phone? What condition was she in? Did they interview her by herself to ask if she was in any danger or was she with a "handler" (not that it would probably make a difference). Who else was in the area that Shelley was in? Why hasn't Shelly released a statement? This whole thing sucks.
     
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  14. CommunicatorIC

    CommunicatorIC @IndieScieNews on Twitter

    LAPD hasty closure of Scientology missing persons case deemed highly suspicious

    Examiner: LAPD hasty closure of Scientology missing persons case deemed highly suspicious
    http://www.examiner.com/article/lap...missing-persons-case-deemed-highly-suspicious

    Excerpt:
     
  15. guanoloco

    guanoloco As-Wased

    This was posted from the Karen we all know and love:

    Sheriff Lee Bacca head honcho over Greater Los Angeles shamelessly promotes the "Church" while in uniform

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    and here he is in Munchkin Land:

    [​IMG]

    Looks like a shill to me.

    Someone then mentions that the report was filed with the LAPD and Karen responds with this:

    "These are simply examples of how Scientology Inc woos Law Enforcement. I never said it had anything to do with Shelly Miscavige."

    I agree...Scientology has been schmoozing up to authority for a long time...think Capone and all of the judges and cops on the pay roll.
     
  16. Gib

    Gib Crusader

    While Shelly, DM, Micaviage,

    may or not be missing,

    I do propose this,

    the 270 clears from Hubbard's dianetic's book are missing.

    Who are these folks?
     
  17. Smurf

    Smurf Gold Meritorious SP

    Lee Baca is much more than a shill for the cult. He is an enthusiastic advocate and has used his position to have Scientologists train his deputies.

    Baca at 3:14..

    [video=youtube;hCVesI6AH9M]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCVesI6AH9M[/video]

    http://fdlaction.firedoglake.com/2010/09/08/no-on-19-says-yes-to-scientology/

    http://www.laweekly.com/1999-12-09/news/movin-on-up/

    Lee Baca has been LA County Sheriff for 16 years & proven himself not only to be corrupt, but wholly incapable of handling the duties of his office, yet despite numerous calls for him to step down, he plans to run for re-election again.

    Update: I removed the link to the editorial because I've learned it plants malware. http://blog.avast.com/2013/02/08/malware-on-la-times/

    Editorial - Don't run again, Sheriff Baca
    He should not seek reelection in 2014 but should focus on reforming his troubled department.

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    by The Time's Editorial Board

    August 4, 2013

    Lee Baca has been Los Angeles County sheriff for nearly 16 years, and the last five have brought an extraordinary cascade of scandals that have exposed the dismal state of the department and the jails he runs. As a new election season begins, Baca should make the best of a bad situation and announce that he will not seek reelection in 2014. Instead, he should focus his attention on reforming the department while clearing the field so that candidates will step forward to run for his job.

    What possible argument is there for a fifth term for Baca? Evidence that sheriff's deputies regularly beat inmates in the jails is mounting, and a wide-ranging federal investigation has been launched, including an FBI probe into criminal wrongdoing. Separately, the U.S. Department of Justice concluded last month that sheriff's deputies in the Antelope Valley repeatedly violated the civil rights of African Americans and Latinos. Allegations of special treatment for Baca's friends and political donors have been a recurring theme over the years.

    Baca has repeatedly claimed to be unaware of the troubling goings-on in the department he's supposed to lead — the violence, the gang-like cliques of deputies, the dearth of meaningful oversight. But lack of knowledge is no excuse. That's why the Citizens' Commission on Jail Violence blasted him last year for ignoring multiple warnings and declining to ask probing questions or to implement reforms. The commission called it a failure of leadership and concluded that if the CEO of a private company had been so completely in the dark, his board of directors would probably have replaced him.

    Next June, the voters of Los Angeles County will be asked to elect a sheriff. So far, no credible challengers have emerged. Baca's likely opponents include Lou Vince, a little-known Los Angeles police officer, and Patrick Gomez, a retired Sheriff's Department lieutenant who has twice run unsuccessfully for the job. Paul Tanaka, Baca's former top aide, is rumored to be preparing to challenge his former boss, but he has been accused of encouraging misconduct and abuse in the department.

    It is extremely difficult for an outside candidate to raise the money or build the campaign organization necessary to unseat an incumbent. In fact, at least since 1932, no incumbent L.A. County sheriff has ever been unseated. If Baca were to announce that he would not run again, it would open up the field and make a credible race by a credible candidate much more likely.

    Even if Baca remains in the race, we hope that a competent, experienced challenger will step forward to run a serious campaign against him. It's time for voters to focus on this important but mismanaged county department and the many serious problems there that need to be addressed.
     
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  18. Lone Star

    Lone Star Crusader

    I used my Remote Viewing tech to see how the Missing Persons investigation went.....

    An LAPD officer arrives at location to investigate the Missing Persons complaint. The Dwarf with high ARC and Tone 40 intention greets officer and leads him to room where Shelly is. All the while COB shares a few jokes with the officer and asks him if he'd like to meet Tom Cruise.

    Shelly is sitting up in a bed watching an Interview with Leah Remini on her laptop brushing away a tear. As she hears them approach she quickly shuts the laptop and slides it under a pillow and puts on a big smile.

    Dwarf: "Well Frank, my I call you Frank? Ok good, well as you see here's my lovely wife Shelly. Shelly Dear this is Frank. He's following up on a Missing Person's report and wants to see if you're alright. Can you imagine anyone thinking that you're missing? I mean come on, we're a church that helps people, not disappear them! Ha ha ha ha ha ha......"

    Officer: "Ok Mrs. Miscavige I see that you do match the picture I have of you. Are you okay?"

    Shelly: "Oh yes I am fine officer, er, Frank. I've been staying here for the past 7 years because I have soooooo much work to do and I am just more productive in this house. So much less entheta, er, distraction you see. (She stands up and walks a few feet until she receives an electric shock from a chip embedded in her neck).

    Officer: "Are you okay Maam?"

    Shelly: "Oh yes Frank I sometimes have this reaction when I stand up and start walking too fast. It's nothing really. Just an old condition. It's much better now actually due to my going up the Bridge. (Dwarf looks away for a second and Shelly silently mouths the words "Help Me" to the Officer).

    Officer: "I'm sorry Maam did you say something?" (Dwarf shoots a glare at her).

    Shelly: "Oh no I was just, I was just doing my morning mouth exercise. I do it every day because my mother taught me that the muscles around the mouth and on the face should be regularly exercised. It keeps the face looking vibrant and youthful. You ever hear about my mother officer?" (The Dwarf shoots another glare and makes the knife across the throat sign)

    Officer: "No, what about your mother Maam?"

    Shelly: "Oh she was such a ray of light. A real Princess of a woman. She just loved my Davey. Ha ha ha ha ha ha...."

    Dwarf: "Well Frank my wife has a lot of work to do today. Thank you so much for coming by. I'll be in touch with you. We're having a special party at Gold next month. You really should come. Tom Cruise will be there. He just loves the boys in blue you know. Ha ha ha ha ha... Say let me show you my copper wire....The LAPD could really use this technology....it's right over here. Say Frank do you like single malt Scotch? Oh yes of course you're on duty. Ha ha ha ha ha.... Well here take a bottle for when you get off shift. Oh no, please take it, it's my pleasure...." (As the officer leaves the Dwarf pulls a remote control out of his pocket and presses a button....Shelly is instantly pulled back into the bed. Her throat tightens and she cannot utter a sound).
     
  19. AnonKat

    AnonKat Crusader

    [video=youtube;h2lqAbLpwgY]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2lqAbLpwgY[/video]
     
  20. Teanntás

    Teanntás Silver Meritorious Patron

    Scientology leader's wife located by LAPD after Leah Remini inquiry

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/...missing-persons-case-20130809,0,5801327.story

    "It is a publicity stunt cooked up by a small band of unemployed fanatics who live on the fringe of the Internet"

    Do you recognise yourself here :ohmy:

    142,000 results in Google for the exact phrase "Shelly Miscavige Missing"

    Another Pyrrhic victory for Scientology
     
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