How Scientology is likely going to come back at the explosive new lawsuits - 2019-06-22

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F347.png How Scientology is likely going to come back at the explosive new lawsuits June 22, 2019, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

The Jane Doe lawsuit filed by a powerhouse legal team on Tuesday, accusing the Church of Scientology and its leader David Miscavige of false imprisonment, kidnapping, stalking, libel, slander, human trafficking, labor violations, and negligence has naturally produced a big media reaction and cheers from ex-Scientologists and longtime Scientology watchers.

More lawsuits are promised, and we know about some of the plaintiffs the team is also representing — and we can say that the media and public reaction to what's coming will likely be even more explosive.

But headlines aside, these are civil lawsuits that are being filed, not criminal charges, and after an initial thrill when such actions are filed, they tend to settle down into a long and somewhat predictable legal slog.

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