Leah Remini - The Church Of Scientology Puts Its Foot Down On "Unfounded" Leah Remini's Missing Person Claims

The Church of Scientology is on a mission to stamp out rumours that David Miscavige's wife has suspiciously disappeared amidst swirling allegations prompted by actress Leah Remini's missing person report.

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The organisation has said Ms. Remini "cooked up" the "unnecessary burden" for the LAPD as "nothing more than a publicity stunt." The statement provided by the Church is caustic and direct in its delivery, describing those who propagated the matter as "unemployed, anti-religious zealots who blog on the fringe of the internet." They also cite the police in stating that the missing person case, opened by Remini upon her own exit from Scientology, is now closed.

Although Michelle Miscavige has reportedly not been seen publically for six years, police reports, via E! News, suggest that a face-to-face meeting with "Shelley" ended the case. Despite the police not confirming whether Shelley was being held against her will, attorneys on behalf of the church said in 2012 that Mrs. Miscavige was "working nonstop in the Church as she always has." Suspicion was sparked when Miscaviage wasn't accompanied by his wife to fellow Scientologist Tom Cruise's 2006 wedding.

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After three decades as a prominent and vocal member of the Church of Scientology, founded in 1952 by L. Ron Hubbard, Remini left the controversial church last month, saying she didn't want to be told how to live her life. Speaking to People magazine, the former Kings of Queens actress said "I believe that people should be able to question things. I believe that people should value family, and value friendships, and hold those things sacrosanct," adding, "That for me, that's what I'm about.It wouldn't matter what it was, simply no one is going to tell me how I need to think, no one is going to tell me who I can, and cannot, talk to."

In further denial to claims made by Ms. Remini, the Church of Scientology refuted suggestions that Leah's decision to leave the organisation came as a result of years of interrogation and thought modification, the New York Post reports.

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The Church Of Scientology's Statement:

"The Los Angeles Police Department has already stated that the case is closed and that the report filed by Leah Remini was unfounded. This ill-advised, ludicrous self-promotion and the media inquiries it generated caused an inexcusable distraction for the LAPD in an era when the time and resources of its officers are stretched thin each day.

"Creating this unnecessary burden for law enforcement was even more irresponsible given the entire episode was nothing more than a publicity stunt for Ms. Remini, cooked up with unemployed, anti-religious zealots who blog on the fringe of the Internet. Sadly, rather than move on with her life and career, Ms. Remini has aligned herself with a handful of untrustworthy, lunatic tabloid sources who obsessively harass the Church to advance their selfish agendas."


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How did the Church of Scientology force the IRS into accepting it for tax exemption? And how will it destroy itself before April 15, 2014? #1 they hired hundreds of Private Investigators to find dirt on top IRS agents for blackmail. #2 then they had over one thousand volunteer members sign up to sue the IRS with the help of their attorneys. #3 They threatened to expose the dirt and expose the fact that the IRS is a foreign corporation and stealing your taxes to pay the foreign socialist bankers that own the USA. #4 Then the IRS obtained the copyrights and trademarks to all Scientology and also by forcing L. Ron Hubbard to disinherit all relatives to the Estate. #5 In Dec. 2012 the 99 year charter of the IRS ended. #6 The IRS is the Collection Agency for the Federal Reserve (FR) and ends with the FR. #7 The Vatican just recently ended the Charter and immunity of the entire color-of-law defacto corporate government. #8 The Federal and State governments’ authority ends on Sept. 1, 2013. #9 officially the charter for the Federal Reserve ends in Dec. 2013. #10 the new United States (treasury) Notes are printed and will soon be out. #11 The Corporation will soon be bankrupt and they will be tried in the common law courts. #12 Automatically the IRS ruling on the “CHURCH” of Scientology ends. The Church will have no more eccleastical immunity and will be sued by thousands in the upcoming common law courts. The end of the Godless Cult of Greed and Sin is near – wait for it – wait for it! http://www.occupycorporatism.com/government-preparing-for-the-end-of-the-federal-reserve-charter-in-2013/ http://www.sodahead.com/united-states/the-federal-reserve-charter-ends-in-2013-force-congress-to-let-it-expire-and-the-income-tax-will-di/question-3113261/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTO6U2EmZHw&list=UUZu5DXa7D5PKb3HVFiEyrJA You will be notified when to come in to file your claim against the cult. Anyone with a Suppressive Person Declare will automatically have a claim to sue. Otherwise an affidavit of truth with evidence will do. The heirs of L. Ron Hubbard can reclaim all the funds and assets back. THE RONBOT HUNTER ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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