Former top Scientology officer accuses leader of turning group into money-making machine - 2012-01-05

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F0.png Former top Scientology officer accuses leader of turning group into money-making machine January 5, 2012, Guillermo J.P., Vegas Sports Betting

A leading Scientologist is attempting to spark a revolt against chief David Miscavige, who has led the organization since the death of L. Ron Hubbard 26 years ago.

Miscavige has ignored the teaching of L. Ron Hubbard and turned Scientology into a fundraising machine that bleeds wealthy members dry to construct lavish buildings and stockpile more than $1 billion in cash, Debra Cook wrote in an email to more than 12,000 current and former Scientologists. Cook was a top-ranking Scientology executive for decades before leaving the organization's payroll to start an Internet firm in 2008.


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