Alex Gibney’s HBO documentary “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief” debuted to a standing ovation at the Sundance Film Festival. Based upon Lawrence Wright’s book of the same name, Gibney’s documentary features many prominent former Scientologists including former OSA Int’l boss Mike Rinder.
“The documentary is a broadside against the controversial religion. It argues that Scientology exploits its tax exempt status to amass millions of dollars in property and donations, behaving more like a business than a charity.”
The Variety article quotes Mike Rinder:
“’If you are a U.S. Attorney or any form of prosecutor in the United States and you want to take on the Church of Scientology in a case like this, make it your career,’ said Mike Rinder, a former senior executive in the Church of Scientology.”
“’There is a cost benefit analysis that every prosecutor and every overworked law enforcement agency goes through to decide are they going to devote enormous amounts of time and resources to attempting to prosecute this sort of crime or are they going to get murderers off the streets,’” he added.
The Scientology Money Project could not agree more.
We stand ready to assist any U.S. Attorney or prosecutor in investigating the Church of Scientology and its criminal activities: Human rights abuses; fraud; false and misleading advertising; etc.
What stands out most to us is the Church of Scientology’s malicious system of using unconscionable contracts to strip Scientologists of their legal rights to the greatest extent possible. These sham contracts are here at the Scientology Money Project: