Bunker reader Dee Findlay stole the show as Clearwater stood up to Scientology last night - 2017-04-21
By now you've probably heard that the city of Clearwater is the proud owner of a 1.4-acre parcel of downtown land after its city council voted unanimously to purchase it from an aquarium company and defy the Church of Scientology, which wanted the plot for its own uses.
The parcel sits between City Hall and two of Scientology's Clearwater landmarks, the Fort Harrison and Oak Cove hotels, where wealthy Scientologists come from around the world to pay for expensive auditing levels they can get nowhere else.
Miscavige said he wanted the plot for a swimming pool for his hotel guests, which was farcical. The real reason, former Scientology spokesman Mike Rinder told us, was to keep non-Scientologists away from the Fort Harrison, the church's holiest spot on Earth.