Ron Miscavige interviewed Leah Remini this past Sunday. It was a tremendous interview. Part of the interview focused on Shelly Miscavige, the missing wife of Scientology dictator David Miscavige.
Shelly has not been seen in public for at least ten years and is presumed to be locked away in a Scientology facility. David Miscavige controls the $100 million dollar Scientology TV network and so it’s not like it would be any work for him to do a half hour piece on Shelly to address the controversy once and for all. If David Miscavige put Shelly on Scientology TV then the problem over Shelly’s disappearance would be solved once and for all. This begs the question: Why doesn’t David Miscavige want his wife Shelly to be seen on Scientology TV or anywhere else for that matter? What is he hiding?
Scientology’s Office of Special Affairs got very mad about Ron and Leah’s interview as did David Miscavige. Accordingly, OSA dive-bombed on the YouTube comments to the podcast. Another hysteria of rage by David Miscavige.
Even after being totally exposed for social media fraud and the use of Stock Photo Scientologists, OSA trotted out the imaginary Scientologist named Alicia Selverson once again. This time, however, OSA used a different stock photo:
The new Alicia Selverson is actually the Russian actress and screenwriter Valery Fedorovich:
David Miscavige and OSA are engaging in identity theft and conspiracy to commit online fraud. I truly hope Valery Fedorovich sues David Miscavige and Scientology in Russia for damages. It would also be great to see Russia criminally charge David Miscavige and Scientology for using a Russian citizen to perpetrate Scientology’s social media fraud.
The IRS has been notified of yet another example of Scientology using tax exempt dollars to commit social media fraud. Scientology’s tax exemption must be revoked. Please sign my petition calling for the IRS to open an investigation to revoke Scientology’s tax exemption.
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