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(Gawker)   LAPD rules that the missing person report filed by Leah Remini in regards to Shelly Miscavige is "unfounded" and has been closed. Future missing person's report on Leah Remini will remain open   (gawker.com ) divider line
    More: Followup, Leah Remini, LAPD, missing persons, reputation, King of Queens, David Miscavige  
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2013-08-12 04:25:55 PM  
This certainly sounds like...
...a MIscavige of justice
 
2013-08-12 04:25:56 PM  
People from Hollywood are *SO* cute.....and their "religions"....bbbbwwwwhahahahahahahaahh
Oh and thinking that any of us give 2 shiats about them.
 
2013-08-12 04:27:44 PM  
No one cares that they purposefully infiltrated the federal government, what's one missing woman?
 
2013-08-12 04:28:55 PM  
As an officer of an international organization, Interpol would be a good place to file one. Maybe Scotland Yard.
 
2013-08-12 04:29:32 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: This certainly sounds like...
...a MIscavige of justice


We're done here. Nothing to see. Well played. Etc., etc.
 
2013-08-12 04:30:07 PM  
She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.
 
2013-08-12 04:32:33 PM  

Darkrover2: As an officer of an international organization, Interpol would be a good place to file one. Maybe Scotland Yard.


Certainly in the UK she'd have to be seen alive and well before the police were satisfied.  Can't believe it's not the same over there.
 
2013-08-12 04:35:03 PM  
Well, at least the LAPD explained why it was ruled as unfounded, right?
 
2013-08-12 04:35:06 PM  
Maybe you shouldn't have joined a church that was koo koo for cocoa puffs? Maybe you should have said something, oh I don't know, when she first disappeared?

/ in any case; the only innocent parties in the church of Scientology are the children; and not for very long
 
2013-08-12 04:36:52 PM  

thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.


what and 'exteriorization' isn't? those people are farking scary.
 
2013-08-12 04:38:11 PM  
I'm still impressed that the "Sea Org", which looks like a pretty nifty private Navy, is just a glorified labor camp.

You do have to hand it to the marketing genius behind that one.
 
2013-08-12 04:38:52 PM  
Hey everybody, gather 'round while I captivate you with tales of the crazy mutherfarkers in the Church of Scientology...who I ran with for 30 years. Hey look at what they worship. Isn't it crazy? Huh? no, I'm not talking about what I've done for the last 30 years in the church. I want to talk about what THEY'VE done, while I seperate myself from my past actions, retroactively in a book.
 
2013-08-12 04:38:53 PM  

ChipNASA: People from Hollywood are *SO* cute.....and their "religions"


If it doesn't have a talking snake at the beginning of the book then it's fake.
 
2013-08-12 04:38:57 PM  
Noooo shiat subby I posted several links saying this exact thing in the original thread. This is not new info. In fact, the case was settled BEFORE the original thread was even posted.
 
2013-08-12 04:40:29 PM  

mywallpapersite.com

 
2013-08-12 04:40:35 PM  
I like when things are found unfounded. Honestly tho are we all crazy? Why do actors join this? What am I missing? Would joining scientologicy make me a better actor? Do I even want to act? Am I an actor?
 
2013-08-12 04:43:49 PM  
Without having the wife appear away from any handlers and in a situation where she can speak freely, this doesn't mean much.
 
2013-08-12 04:48:42 PM  
I watched both the BBC Panorama Scientology documentaries last night, getting a kick, etc.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFRSt_viosc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJkQdLTJWwo

Remini is interviewed.  Kind of.
 
2013-08-12 04:50:16 PM  

JohnAnnArbor: Without having the wife appear away from any handlers and in a situation where she can speak freely, this doesn't mean much.


There's an outside chance she's already cooperating with someone higher than the LAPD or already in Witness Protection, in which case shutting Leah the hell up on this one pronto makes perfect sense.
 
2013-08-12 04:51:26 PM  
Scientology is starting to remind me of North Korea.
 
2013-08-12 04:52:16 PM  

thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.


...How...how the fark is that legal?!?  Seriously, why have they not sent in HRT or SEALs (don't tell me why they haven't sent SEALs; I know) and spent some time just farking their shiat all up?
 
2013-08-12 04:53:48 PM  
Probably was a mistake to file the report using her voice
 
2013-08-12 04:54:28 PM  

Zarquon's Flat Tire: No one cares that they purposefully infiltrated the federal government, what's one missing woman?


I might be even more worried if they did it accidentally
 
2013-08-12 04:56:28 PM  
i209.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-12 04:57:28 PM  

Zarquon's Flat Tire: No one cares that they purposefully infiltrated the federal government, what's one missing woman?


Yeah, but she's white, right?
 
2013-08-12 04:59:00 PM  

Clutch2013: thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.

...How...how the fark is that legal?!?  Seriously, why have they not sent in HRT or SEALs (don't tell me why they haven't sent SEALs; I know) and spent some time just farking their shiat all up?


They sign billion year contracts with the Church of Scientology (TM). They also aren't given the opportunity to call the cops. They are brow beaten until they comply. Sometimes, they are physically beaten. Basically, since no one calls the cops; it's almost like it hasn't happened.

/ also, Scientology has a number of very nasty litigious lawyers.
 
2013-08-12 04:59:49 PM  

iheartscotch: Maybe you shouldn't have joined a church that was koo koo for cocoa puffs? Maybe you should have said something, oh I don't know, when she first disappeared?

/ in any case; the only innocent parties in the church of Scientology are the children; and not for very long


I believe she was one of the unfortunate ones that was raised in a Scientologist household. You try getting out from under their thumb once you've become a Hollywood trophy of theirs. :/
 
2013-08-12 05:00:08 PM  

Clutch2013: thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.

...How...how the fark is that legal?!?  Seriously, why have they not sent in HRT or SEALs (don't tell me why they haven't sent SEALs; I know) and spent some time just farking their shiat all up?


Because freedom and stuff, I guess.  I honestly don't know why they haven't already been indicted on multiple counts of extortion, kidnapping, illegal detainment, torture, and manslaughter over the past however many years.

They must have their fingers in just the right pies...
 
2013-08-12 05:01:07 PM  
How come the jiggalo or what ever they are called are labeled a terrorist organization. But a group of people accused of committing domestic espionage ageist the US are called a religion?
 
2013-08-12 05:05:44 PM  

thoughtless: iheartscotch: Maybe you shouldn't have joined a church that was koo koo for cocoa puffs? Maybe you should have said something, oh I don't know, when she first disappeared?

/ in any case; the only innocent parties in the church of Scientology are the children; and not for very long

I believe she was one of the unfortunate ones that was raised in a Scientologist household. You try getting out from under their thumb once you've become a Hollywood trophy of theirs. :/


I was surprised to find out that Beck was raised Scientologist, too.
 
2013-08-12 05:05:44 PM  

iheartscotch: Clutch2013: thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.

...How...how the fark is that legal?!?  Seriously, why have they not sent in HRT or SEALs (don't tell me why they haven't sent SEALs; I know) and spent some time just farking their shiat all up?

They sign billion year contracts with the Church of Scientology (TM). They also aren't given the opportunity to call the cops. They are brow beaten until they comply. Sometimes, they are physically beaten. Basically, since no one calls the cops; it's almost like it hasn't happened.

/ also, Scientology has a number of very nasty litigious lawyers.


Clever Neologism: Clutch2013: thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.

...How...how the fark is that legal?!?  Seriously, why have they not sent in HRT or SEALs (don't tell me why they haven't sent SEALs; I know) and spent some time just farking their shiat all up?

Because freedom and stuff, I guess.  I honestly don't know why they haven't already been indicted on multiple counts of extortion, kidnapping, illegal detainment, torture, and manslaughter over the past however many years.

They must have their fingers in just the right pies...


OK, but then what about the people who have left?  It's not like they're making baseless claims - this stuff's not just out there, but well documented apparently.  At some point, one would think that the FBI or what not would start scheduling impromptu room-clearing exercises for HRT at this place and whatever other hellholes they're running.
 
2013-08-12 05:07:45 PM  

Clutch2013: thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.

...How...how the fark is that legal?!?  Seriously, why have they not sent in HRT or SEALs (don't tell me why they haven't sent SEALs; I know) and spent some time just farking their shiat all up?


Because 1) It's a religion and we have all kinds of special rules for religions; and 2) Technically people are there willingly (while people tend to focus on all of the fees, the real way Scientology coheres people is through threatening their salvation -- people in the hole are true believers, Miscavige is basically viewed as Jesus, and if you don't do what he says, no matter how insane, you're not getting into Scientology heaven).
 
2013-08-12 05:07:51 PM  
Jose Chung: Once upon a time, two East Indian immigrants gave birth to a baby boy who they loved very dearly yet nevertheless named Juggernaut Onan Goopta. Other than the name, and the, uh, beard, he was a normal boy who suffered all the usual humiliations of a normal childhood. Upon graduating high school, he went off to college with the dream of someday becoming a famous neuroscientist. His goal was to be the first to comprehend how the biology of the brain gives birth to the greatest mystery of life: self-consciousness. Unfortunately, his own brain could not comprehend basic biology. He quickly switched majors to Philosophy, but alas, while reading Kierkegaard's "Sickness Unto Death," he became sick, and nearly died. During recovery, though still obviously suffering from dementia, he set forth on a new dream: to become a writer. And his first forays into detective fiction proved so inept they were mistaken for brilliant parodies, then finding immediate publication in the highbrow literary journal "The Dark Mask." Alongside the work of a talented group of young writers, one of whom would go on to become the leading literary light of his generation, composing profound stories in a style that made Proust seem pallid, his lovable flamboyancy made him not only a literary icon, but a cultural one as well; why, he even made a cameo appearance in an award-winning film at Cannes -

Horatio J. Hoodoo: I bet nobody ever comes out of there alive!

Jose Chung:

But, we're here to focus on Goopta. After the demise of the magazine, Goopta could not sell his work, and he became destitute and suicidal. Out of pure desperation, he managed, in a single, feverish night, to crank out a book that changed the course of human history: "How to Be Happy, Even When You Shouldn't." It was quickly follwed by the best-sellers "How To Manipulate People By Your Apparent Friendliness" and "How to Overcome Your Fears By Making Others Fear You." And upon the release of his masterpiece, Goopta hit the lecture hall circuit, always preaching to standing-room only, for he shrewdly refrained from providing chairs.

Juggernaut Onan Goopta: Every painful moment in your life casts a shadow across your neurobiology. Until you exterminate these dark memories, you will remain in a negative groove. Thus, those who cannot forget their past, are condemned to repeat it.

Jose Chung: Gupta then opened an institute to help teach people how to become more self-helpful. Patients, who are called doctors, since the term "patient" has an unhealthy association, learn how to shed the darkness of their minds by mastering therapies taught by the institute's staff, which, to inspire a sense of empirical transmigration, is modeled after the U.S. Postal Service. The institute proved so popular, Selfosophy branched out, and institutes popped up throughout the nation. And Goopta announced a new evolution to Selfosophy:

Juggernaut Onan Goopta: After wiping away its mind of darkness, the self must then wipe its eternal soul; and since the soul has existed for thousands of years before the advent of Selfosophy, we all have a great deal of wiping to do.
 
2013-08-12 05:07:51 PM  

Y34RX3R0: I like when things are found unfounded. Honestly tho are we all crazy? Why do actors join this? What am I missing? Would joining scientologicy make me a better actor? Do I even want to act? Am I an actor?


If you thought you were the most amazing thing in the world and you met a bunch of people who agreed with you (even if they're lying), wouldn't you wanna hang out with them?
 
2013-08-12 05:08:47 PM  

thoughtless: iheartscotch: Maybe you shouldn't have joined a church that was koo koo for cocoa puffs? Maybe you should have said something, oh I don't know, when she first disappeared?

/ in any case; the only innocent parties in the church of Scientology are the children; and not for very long

I believe she was one of the unfortunate ones that was raised in a Scientologist household. You try getting out from under their thumb once you've become a Hollywood trophy of theirs. :/


Still, you'd think that you'd have enough when they imprison you.

/ but, if that's the case, that's all she's ever known. You'd think that a celeb would have enough influence to dictate terms to Scientology; not the other way around.
 
2013-08-12 05:10:28 PM  

iheartscotch: Maybe you shouldn't have joined a church that was koo koo for cocoa puffs? Maybe you should have said something, oh I don't know, when she first disappeared?

/ in any case; the only innocent parties in the church of Scientology are the children; and not for very long


You do know she was a "Child" when her parents joined. She has been in the church her whole life way before she was famous.
 
2013-08-12 05:13:48 PM  

kombi: How come the jiggalo or what ever they are called are labeled a terrorist organization. But a group of people accused of committing domestic espionage ageist the US are called a religion?


Because Juggalos are poor, a group of poor people that do whatever they want is scary and cant buy themselves a free pass. That is a terrorist.

When rich people do it, beat people, threaten them, infiltrate the government and undermine it, its called religion. Because they can afford to give people money or if that does not work, investigate them and threaten to defame them in public.
 
2013-08-12 05:13:51 PM  

Y34RX3R0: Why do actors join this?


Targeted campaign starting in the 50's.
 
2013-08-12 05:16:42 PM  

Clutch2013: iheartscotch: Clutch2013: thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.

...How...how the fark is that legal?!?  Seriously, why have they not sent in HRT or SEALs (don't tell me why they haven't sent SEALs; I know) and spent some time just farking their shiat all up?

They sign billion year contracts with the Church of Scientology (TM). They also aren't given the opportunity to call the cops. They are brow beaten until they comply. Sometimes, they are physically beaten. Basically, since no one calls the cops; it's almost like it hasn't happened.

/ also, Scientology has a number of very nasty litigious lawyers.

Clever Neologism: Clutch2013: thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.

...How...how the fark is that legal?!?  Seriously, why have they not sent in HRT or SEALs (don't tell me why they haven't sent SEALs; I know) and spent some time just farking their shiat all up?

Because freedom and stuff, I guess.  I honestly don't know why they haven't already been indicted on multiple counts of extortion, kidnapping, illegal detainment, torture, and manslaughter over the past however many years.

They must have their fingers in just the right pies...

OK, but then what about the people who have left?  It's not like they're making baseless claims - this stuff's not just out there, but well documented apparently.  At some point, one would think that the FBI or what not would start scheduling impromptu room-clearing exercises for HRT at this place and whatever other hellholes they're running.


Not many have successfully left the church of Scientology. They pretty much have to leave behind their family, friends and all earthly possessions behind to do it successfully.

The people who do leave don't have nearly the influence of the people who stay. This is an orginization with thousands of willing followers, millions in assets and with some of the biggest names in Hollywood behind them.

/ the ones who do leave are constantly harrassed, threatened and intimidated by the ones who stay. It's like what happens to Amish kids who leave the sect; but, worse.
 
2013-08-12 05:17:34 PM  
As someone who lives on the fringe of the internet, go fark yourself.
 
2013-08-12 05:19:58 PM  

KimNorth: iheartscotch: Maybe you shouldn't have joined a church that was koo koo for cocoa puffs? Maybe you should have said something, oh I don't know, when she first disappeared?

/ in any case; the only innocent parties in the church of Scientology are the children; and not for very long

You do know she was a "Child" when her parents joined. She has been in the church her whole life way before she was famous.


I did not; but, it was mentioned upthread. That sucks for her; it's not her fault she was stuck with the crazies. But, I have limited sympathy for any member of the church of Scientology.
 
2013-08-12 05:21:50 PM  

KimNorth: iheartscotch: Maybe you shouldn't have joined a church that was koo koo for cocoa puffs? Maybe you should have said something, oh I don't know, when she first disappeared?

/ in any case; the only innocent parties in the church of Scientology are the children; and not for very long

You do know she was a "Child" when her parents joined. She has been in the church her whole life way before she was famous.


Ya I kind of give her a pass. Her family is in the church. And when you leave they cut you off. I feel sorry for her a little but at least she grew a brain and left. Since the last story about her, I have been reading up on the "church" And they are out there. Now want to read that going clear book. I know they have the state and county in there pocket. but I still wonder. How the fark do they get away with this crap.
 
2013-08-12 05:23:45 PM  

thornhill: She's probably been sitting in the hole on Gold Base. Did people really think she'd been killed? That's not Scientology's style.


Jesus, that is some scary shiat. Not sure how the feds don't storm in there.
 
2013-08-12 05:23:53 PM  
Right, because two beat cops woudn't take a 20k bribe each when they were greeted at the door? That woman could be crucified in david miscavige's living room, in plain sight of the front door, and she "was found safe"...
 
2013-08-12 05:26:56 PM  
When I was stationed in Calfifornia (Army, mid-80's) I took one of those "personality assessment" quizes offered by a group which turned out to be the CoS but did not explicitly advertise that way. In short, they successfully began to hypnotize me but somehow  managed to break the spell and got the hell out of there---afterwards realizing I couldn't account for at least an hour. They preyed on young military folks where I was.  Afterwards, I'd see various CoS "members" hawking those Dyanetics books at 2am on the streets after the bars closed. It was so plainly obvious to me that the CoS was a con and a well organized one.  For the life of me I can't fathom why they haven't been busted.
 
2013-08-12 05:34:49 PM  
The article is mighty short on details. Did the police make contact with the "missing" woman, or just decide not to look into it?

Darkrover2: As an officer of an international organization, Interpol would be a good place to file one. Maybe Scotland Yard.


Interpol is an officer of an international organization?
 
2013-08-12 05:36:03 PM  
Yeah, not seeing someone in person for 6 years is totally NOT suspicious.

Also, the "leadership" of Scientology should all be kicked hard in the junk.
 
2013-08-12 05:40:34 PM  
At least the LAPD didn't accidentally fill her vehicle with 30 bullet holes when she filed the report.

They do that sometimes.
 
2013-08-12 05:41:29 PM  

MelGoesOnTour: When I was stationed in Calfifornia (Army, mid-80's) I took one of those "personality assessment" quizes offered by a group which turned out to be the CoS but did not explicitly advertise that way. In short, they successfully began to hypnotize me but somehow  managed to break the spell and got the hell out of there---afterwards realizing I couldn't account for at least an hour. They preyed on young military folks where I was.  Afterwards, I'd see various CoS "members" hawking those Dyanetics books at 2am on the streets after the bars closed. It was so plainly obvious to me that the CoS was a con and a well organized one.  For the life of me I can't fathom why they haven't been busted.


I also lived in Socal in the 80's and remember seeing "personality assessments" all over the place. And every other commercial on TV was for Dietetics. This is what I wonder. Boyde Coddingtons shop was raided by Swat when they thought he was violating California's clean air act. They make the testers in California at the base retreat what compound what ever you want to call it. Are they abiding by California and US clean air standard for the manufacture and disposal of electronic equipment?
 
2013-08-12 05:44:05 PM  
The unauthorized biography on Tom Cruise that came out a year or two ago has some pretty awesome chapters on the whole Scientology thing including some detail on the "base" in the California desert. If to be believed, that's some scary sshi at right there.

/sister-in-law left the book behind after visiting
//I swear
 
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