Mike Rinder-Debbie Cook Baumgarten and Mark C. Rathbun; Emails
In the name of Miscavige; A Scientology Knowledge Report
Image of faux Knowledge Report: Aftermath, Season I
Leah Remini: Your personal relationships are being corroded over time. So it’s easy to walk away from someone. It’s easy to be disassociated from any real emotion from people that you love.
|KR from Jerry Gentile Re: Tom Brennan; Kyle Brennan [.467 seconds]
As a practicing Scientologist, Tom Brennan could not have a relationship with his son if Kyle was violating Scientology’s anti-psychiatry tenet. So, when Kyle arrived in Clearwater to visit his father on February 8, 2007, Brennan was faced with a troubling situation—he had an SP staying in his apartment. Brennan no doubt immediately reported his dilemma to his Scientology superiors, including, of course, his Scientology “auditor” (or spiritual advisor), Denise Miscavige Gentile—twin sister of the organization’s controversial leader, David Miscavige.
Five years after Kyle’s death, an interesting story was reported by WTSP News in Tampa. On November 9, 2012, Mark C. Rathbun—Scientology’s former number-two man—gave sworn testimony accusing Clearwater-area judges and lawyers of criminal wrongdoing regarding another Scientology-related lawsuit.
Statement of Mark C. Rathbun, a former senior executive of the Church of Scientology.