David Miscavige might not realise that Tommy Davis (often credited as being the leader of Anonymous) began this cycle of critical articles, books and documentary movies right in Lawrence Wright's office.
See my sig line . . .
Tommy has been both a facilitator and a symptom of the collapse of Scientology, but the Haggis-Wright-Gibney cascade is bigger. Without Haggis leaving publicly and capturing Wright's attention and fascination, Wright probably never would have written his book. The initial article by Wright was beautifully structured to lead to Tommy's epiphany (ha ha) as the climax. Wright managed to induce a realization in Tommy that often took some clams, like Marty Rathbun, years to reach. Tommy couldn't acknowledge it but that's what it was.
Tommy is probably at home thinking, "But Mr. Hubbard did end black magic in America with his secret government mission." That guy is about as deep as a Gucci bag.