Church Of Scientology

October 26, 2011 by staff 

Church Of Scientology, The Church of Scientology has responded to allegations began secretly investigating “South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker, after an episode of the series mocked the church.
According to the New York Post, leaked internal documents suggested Scientology Scientology leaders were so upset by a 2005 episode of “South Park”, which parodied the church that began investigating Trey Parker and Matt Stone, with the intent to “dig dirt” on them that could be used to pressure them to stop making fun of the church.
Independent reports of the Church of Scientology has reacted to the story.
Guy Adams, writing in The Independent published a Church of Scientology email statement said that the Church knows nothing about the alleged leaked inside the church.

According to the Church of Scientology spokeswoman Karin Pouw of the document was obtained by Marty Rathbun probably Mike Rinder (Marty Rathbun is “the best good friend”) and Rinder described as “another apostate”, who was removed from office in the church for its “fight people at any cost” tactics.
The Church of Scientology spokesman was retired in 2002 Rathbun and Rinder five years ago. The men were taken from the Church, according to the Church of Scientology spokesman, because they were spreading false stories to the media.
The Church said it has nothing to say about “South Park”. The e-mail statement, said:
“We have not heard of the show in years. History shows that since the show aired, the Church never did anything. You are being led by the primrose path by a pair of sensational rumors published …. Blog about a little while. This is not a story, sorry. ”
The alleged leaked internal documents of Scientology, according to The Village Voice, showed that investigators hired by the Church of Scientology is looking through public records and other sources to find sensitive information about Matt Stone and Trey Parker, after the issuance of “Trapped Closet,” a controversial episode of “South Park” cartoon that mocked the theology of science fiction of the Church of Scientology. The Office of Special Affairs Scientology, according to the documents, also conducted research on Trey Parker and closest collaborators Mark Stone.

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