The Strange Case of Biggi Reichert: Suicide... with burn marks on the scalp?

Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by Zhongjianren, Sep 24, 2011.

  1. 1) Selling her beforehand 4 Intensives (50 hours ~ $20,000) "False Purpose Rundown to let her sink in debts even more. Then long gruelling security checks.

    2) If she originated suicide, she would have been offloaded discretely not to creat any "bad PR" for Flag.

    3) When she was home, she was continously pressured by her Scientology peers "to get her ethics in!"

    4) Mind messed up, due to decades of Scientology brainwashing, indoctrination and propaganda.
  2. RolandRB Member

    She found peace at last the only way open to her.
  3. Anonymous Member

    Not true, she could have just walked out the door.
  4. RolandRB Member

    That is not an easy option to someone who has spent so long in Scientology and all their family and "friends" are Scientologists. Especially somebody in her high-up position.
  5. AnonRanGER13 Member

    ...and a couple of million Euros in debt.
  6. xenubarb Member

    Weeds the dickless out of the gene pool.
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  7. RolandRB Member

    If OT IX consisted of handing over $100K to the Church and walking off the top of a skyscraper then I think I would pay to watch.
  8. Zhongjianren Member

    From ESMB:
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  9. JohnnyRUClear Member

  10. Anonymous Member

    DOX or GTFO
  11. Xinjifar Member

    I would be careful about accepting anything Mike Laws says about this (or, anything else, for that matter) at face value. He's already confessed that his original posts on the subject in July (before Marty Rathbun got on the 'case') were false and meant to 'throw OSA off'.
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  12. AnonyVix Member

    There are always alternatives to suicide but sadly they're not always easier alternatives. :(

    Actually many normal ways of committing suicide can fail badly and painfully. The best way is this way, I've seen it used on pigs; billed as the most humane way to slaughter animals. DO NOT DO THIS AT HOME. IT WORKS AND IT'S FAST.

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  13. Anonymous Member
    What drove this German Scientology spokeswoman in suicide?
    Von MARC-ANDRÉ RÜSSAU 22.01.2012
    (google translation)
    read more here
  14. dispart Member

    original here (BILD AM SONNTAG):

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  15. xenubarb Member

    Maybe burning your scalp is one of those perceptic things, to make you realize your head is burning better.
  16. AnonyVix Member

    This is bizarre because the scilons reckon to be against electro convulsive therapy ECT and yet the evidence suggests someone attempted a crude form of ECT, the application of electricity to the head; proper ECT wouldn't leave burn marks of course.

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