NYTimes reports link between Scientology and hack of two who appeared in 'Going Clear' - 2015-07-08

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New York Times reporter Matthew Goldstein revealed today that before he was sentenced to prison on June 26, private investigator Eric Saldarriaga told Federal District Judge Richard J. Sullivan that he feared for his safety if it became public that he'd tried to help the FBI investigate his clients. In particular, he'd recorded phone calls with his main client, who Saldarriaga now worried "has the means and motive and the opportunity financially to do anything, and to cause great distress to my family."

That statement was made in the judge's chambers, and was recorded in a transcript which was unsealed this week. But Judge Sullivan kept hidden the name of the person Saldarriaga was referring to and what outfit the person worked for. But Goldstein now says that the Times has learned that the organization employing Saldarriaga's client was none other than the Church of Scientology.

The Underground Bunker can now officially say, we told you so.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = NYTimes reports link between Scientology and hack of two who appeared in 'Going Clear' | url = https://tonyortega.org/2015/07/08/nytimes-reports-link-between-scientology-and-hack-of-two-who-appeared-in-going-clear/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = July 8, 2015 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}