Marcia Clark Talks Scientology and Why She Still Thinks O.J.'s Guilty - 2016-03-30

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F0.png Marcia Clark Talks Scientology and Why She Still Thinks O.J.'s Guilty March 30, 2016, Megan French, Us Magazine

Over a decade before she was thrust into the public eye during the O.J. trial, Clark's life was very different. Her second husband, who she's no longer in contact with, worked for the Church of Scientology, and after delving briefly into the religion, she left in 1980 without repercussions. Clark never got past the low levels, and she praises its beginner classes but not the more obscure doctrines.

"It's actually really instructive at the beginning because it's the greatest hits of the best of meditation and all the best of psychology. It melds it all together, and it's very helpful. Once you get past that and you start talking about the mythology … ," she said with a shrug. She also called founder L. Ron Hubbard's writing "bad" and says "it's so amateur-hour."

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{{cite news | first = Megan | last = French | title = Marcia Clark Talks Scientology and Why She Still Thinks O.J.'s Guilty | url = https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/marcia-clark-talks-scientology-past-still-thinks-ojs-guilty-w200837/ | work = Us Magazine | date = March 30, 2016 | accessdate = February 11, 2019 }}