Scientology’s rented clerics Bishop L. J. Guillory and Rev. Skip L’Heureux wrote a letter to the Presiding Judge of the LA Superior Court along with other paid Scientology religious shills in which they decried Judge Charlaine Olmedo’s ruling that allowed Scientology policy and expert testimony to be admitted in the rape retrial of Scientologist Danny Masterson.
Channeling David Miscavige, Guillory and L’Heureux hysterically characterized Judge Olmedo’s ruling as the greatest attack on religion in all of human history.
Following Danny Masterson’s conviction on two felony counts of forcible rape, however, Scientology’s rented clerics Guillory, L’Heureux and their colleagues quickly vanished into thin air.
None of Scientology’s rented clergy wanted to be associated with Danny Masterson.
Jesus instructed his followers to visit prisoners. However, we doubt if any of Scientology’s paid shills will ever visit Danny Masterson in prison as there is zero PR value to Scientology in such a visit.
If anything, Guillory and L’Heureux visiting Masterson in prison would only serve to remind the public that Scientology worked for almost 20 years to cover up Masterson’s rapes by attacking his victims.
We regard Guillory and L’Heureux as “Whores of Babylon” for three reasons:
First, both men failed to actually study the criminal charges against Masterson and instead uncritically accepted Scientology’s view that the trial was an attack on religion.
Second, by failing to study the criminal case both men chose to remain ignorant of the facts which thereby proved that they sold themselves to Scientology. They wrote what they were paid to write. This type of sell-out to the Church of Scientology makes both men Whores of Babylon for their participation with such a blatantly Antichrist organization.
Third, both men failed to disclose their prior and ongoing association with Scientology for which they are compensated. This makes them both liars and charlatans.
In his letter to the Los Angeles Superior Court, Bishop Guillory failed to disclose his long-term association with the Church of Scientology. Guillory has served as a Commissioner for Scientology’s front group the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR). Guillory is in the center of the second row back dressed in red:
Bishop L. J. Guillory is self-ordained and does business as a non-profit called the Archdiocese of North America – Unitarian Universalist Church. He has no church building and no congregation.
L’Heureux appeared at Scientology’s bogus “interfaith” event which was staged across the street from the main gate of Disney Studios in 2019. L’Heureux was part of Scientology’s efforts to stop Disney from supporting Leah Remini’s double-Emmy show Scientology and the Aftermath.
Scroll down to see Rev. Skip L’Heureux speaking at Scientology’s failed 2019 interfaith event. We say “failed” as the event was only attended by perhaps 40-50 people and accomplished nothing. We were there and watched the entire event from the public sidewalk and filmed this video:
Following his paid appearance at the 2019 interfaith event, L’Heureux disappeared until Scientology trotted him out during the last days of the Masterson retrial where he made an appearance in the audience.
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