Scientology sued for Fraud! It's going DOWN like bird sh**! (The Garcia Suit)

Discussion in 'Media' started by BlackRob, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. Anonymous Member


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  3. Anonymous Member

    If Hubbard had ever succeeded in having his putative Moonchild, the result would have been Miscavige.

    Oh, wait...
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  4. anonsoldier Member

    Orgasm after orgasm after orgasm after orgasm.....

    This is beautiful
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  5. fishypants Moderator

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  6. Anonymous Member

    what's also funny is that the kid's finger is pointing directly at your, ah, fish ;)
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  7. RolandRB Member

    This is going to land the asthmatic dwarf in jail sharing a cell with Bubba.

    Bubba: Do you want to be Mommy tonight or Pappa?
    DM: I'd rather be Pappa.
    Bubba: Then come over here and suck Mommy's dick.
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  8. RolandRB Member

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  9. Makethemsweat Member

    This is true, but only in the case of a moronic/wrongly influenced judge. Many civil court litigants "want blood," they're pissed over being wronged or cheated.

    Oh, and Garcia falls decidedly into that category. I don't see him settling AT all. He's a self-made success story, with one giant, long term FAIL on his record. I think he wants that record expunged, via making Scientology eat shit.

    And we get to watch.
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  10. jensting Member

    if only that article had cottoned on to the war against psychiatry [tm] [R] [Bull Sheet!] and give a link to the hand grenade video and talk about Kay Mia Rowe's blog and about Vance Wooward's book / blog.

    I can dream, right?
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  11. RolandRB Member

    I'd venture a guess that this lawsuit is on a contingency basis and the law firm will be getting 50% of the proceeds after subtracting costs. The Garcias will probably not get all their money back because of this but as Luis Garcia said, this is all about protecting other people from the "Church" doing this to them.

    This court case is the definitive "beginning of the end" of the cult in 2013. This is their breaking point.

    I wish more of the national press in the UK would cotton onto this. Only the Telegraph so far.
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  12. Anonymous Member

    Daily Mail will run it as soon as they can find a Cruise/Travolta angle on it.
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  13. I wish that the press would take up the Ideal Org Scam. The public just laugh at the space alien/cruise stuff.

    For a cult calling itself a religion with under 3,000 members in the uk to own so much real estate, much of which is decaying and unused, that would be a good story. Pictures of the Sunderland org? Their insane regging their members for money to buy Birmingham org and now to refurbish it. The idea that somehow they are going to "clear" Birmingham.

    They have four empty buildings, Plymouth, Sunderland, Birmingham and Manchester. The massive London Org renovated in 06/7 is only staffed by a few people, and their other missions around the UK idle not ideal.

    Then there is the massive rates relief they get.

    It is all so absurd
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  14. Anonymous Member

    How many square feet world-wide:(estimated) members world-wide would be an interesting ratio to compute.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    Damn the emoticons! Colon, parenthesis, estimated, close parenthesis, members world wide.
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  16. Anonymous Member

    Lrn2UseASpaceAfterAColon :)
  17. Anonymous Member

    At least, there was no misuse of '.
  18. Anonymous Member

    I k'now, huh.
  19. Anonymous Member

    Sunday troll.

    I also dig that chick hold a sword that she probably can't even lift. A most appropriate metaphor for the 'effectiveness' of CCHR, which they couldn't have done worse (better) had they intended it.
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  22. BlackRob Member

    Is Latest Scientology Lawsuit The Beginning Of The End For David Miscavige And The Church Of Tom Cruise?

    Full story:

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  23. Anonymous Member

    ^^ good article
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  24. Puppetmama Member

    ^ Nothing new, but very well put together. I especially liked this bit:

    "The lawsuit takes direct aim at the controversial Miscavige, who has been accused of all manner of impropriety since becoming the face of Scientology – from beating church staff, to embezzlement, to being somehow involved in the presumed disappearance of his wife, who has not been seen in public since 2006, though the church maintains she is alive and well."
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  25. Random guy Member

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  26. Anonymous Member

    I came across this quite recently - Librarians discussing how they deal with book donations from the cult -


    Here's the URL for the site -

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  28. RightOn Member

    now if we can only get that info to the members
    TONY!!! to the white phone!
    Library scam story fer yah!
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  29. Anonymous Member

    Feedback from Library people on twitter...
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  30. Where is the button for fucking hillarious?
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  31. Aurora Member

    TonyO just mentioned that he was hoping to get a copy of the hubtard series - maybe he could get one from someone off that feed.
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  32. evol ulla eb Member

    Let us not get too carried away here. David Miscaviage is a master at responding to unwanted attention. If history is any guide David may well launch a new world-wide fundraising campaign entitled " we need 100 million dollars in donations NOW ".

    The fine print will say something like: dear dedicated scientologist, your support of the church is needed now more than ever! We are being sued for making false promises and basically stealing your money. DON'T BE FOOLED! As a recognized 'religion' we are entitled to lie to you and take your money. Stand up for your rights today and send us more money. Quickly. With it we can buy off the law suit and make it go away. Don't you want your 'church' to have the law suit go away? Of course you do. Repeat after me: I want the law suit to go away. Very well done. Now send us all the money you can get your little scientologist hands on. Remember, it is tax-deductable! And, you will be saving the planet from a horrible death. Thank you, Davey (your Chairman of the Board) of Scientology International Incorporated.
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  33. Beautiful.
    I used to enjoy moving cult books to the sci-fi section,or leaving a in them.
    Librarians are spoiling my lulz.
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  34. AnyOldName Member

    Here's another article in the Telegraph - better headline:
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  35. The Wrong Guy Member

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  36. anonsoldier Member

    ....that's the best way to make sure they go bankrupt and fall apart. We should encourage this.
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  37. Anonymous Member

    Ok. Someone please shoop Miscavige with Trump hair.
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  38. Anonymous Member

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  39. The Wrong Guy Member

    In yet another self-congratulatory move, yesterday the cult uploaded this video.

    Tour of the Church of Scientology Tampa

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