February 8, 2011 by staff
Paul Haggis, The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating whether the practice of the Church of Scientology of slavery on some of its members, as shown in a long article that includes the next issue of The New Yorker.
At least since 2009, the FBI has conducted interviews with former members of this church, they belong to artists such as Tom Cruise and John Travolta, because of allegations that he received such alleged practices and case is still open, according to the article, which can be read today in the journal’s website.
The piece, signed by the famous journalist Lawrence Wright will occupy 26 pages of the February 14 edition of the prestigious publication, reports of child abuse to church members who want to leave.
We also talk about how it is limited to members who have to “recycle” in a labor camp for years; they work for nothing or very little pay.
The document also describes cases of physical and psychological violence perpetrated by church leader David Miscavige, a close friend and godfather to Tom Cruise’s wedding with Katie Holmes.
Just part of the article focuses on Cruise himself, who would have been used repeatedly by members of Scientology, who were ordered to reform a hangar and an office in California, two motorcycles and a their cars and the famous actor who paid and 50 per week.
He tells the magazine John Brousseau, excun ~ teen Miscavige and was chased by half the country by members of the church when he tried to leave.
However, the weight of the article can be found on statements made to the journal for the filmmaker Paul Haggis, who won two Oscars for “Crash” (2004), who retired in 2009 its membership in the Church of Scientology rejection of that organization to marriage between persons of the same sex.
“I was in church for 34 years. Everyone could see what was happening, but I do not know why I could not see, “said the manager, who described how he came into contact with Scientology, the process that has lived for decades in your chest and your group for a couple of years.
Haggis tells how he learned of a congregation called Sea Org Scientology, to which children of ten and their parents at work, who still remember the conditions of child slavery, took twelve years he saw in Haiti.
The director even when one of these families want to leave the congregation was presented with a bill that can reach hundreds of thousands of dollars for training services and assistance received.
“These families have no money, let ashamed of what they have done no work history, they are lost and destroyed,” said Haggis, who said he would be “happy” if the church destroyed “just for those actions.”
Spokesperson of the Church of Scientology has denied all allegations that flow into the article and, in a statement that ignored the FBI investigation.
“It is unfortunate that the New Yorker Scientology chose to present his readers through the eyes of an apostate, one who the religious scholars unanimously defined as unreliable,” the spokesperson in connection with Haggis.
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