After almost one year of evading the service of subpoena as a defendant in the case Baxter, Baxter, and Paris civil case, Scientology Thug Life Leader David Miscavige was formally served by Tampa federal Magistrate Judge Julie S. Sneed on Valentine’s Day 2023.
The scofflaw Miscavige had been engaging in the usual Scientology machinations, schemes, evasions, and running away to avoid service of subpoena in the Baxter, Baxter, and Paris civil case.
By blatantly evading service of subpoena, David Miscavige proves the argument that the Churches of Scientology, including RTC, violate public policy on a routine basis and thereby disobey American law.
501c3 tax exemption requires adherence to public policy but Scientology’s Chase Wave credit card fraud; Miscavige’s evading a subpoena; David Gentile’s arrest and indictment on a $1.8 billion Ponzi scheme; and so many other examples clearly show that Scientology — and Scientologists — are willing to break the law and have broken the law.
In his article on the subpoena Tony Ortega wrote:
“The court finds that Miscavige has been properly served” says the order issued this afternoon by Tampa federal Magistrate Judge Julie S. Sneed, which granted in part, and denied in part, the motion that plaintiffs in the Baxter v Scientology labor trafficking lawsuit had filed, claiming that Scientology leader David Miscavige had been evading their process servers.
Miscavige now has 21 days to answer the lawsuit, and he’s an official defendant in the case.
The Court’s Ruling:
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