No longer working for Monique Rathbun to sue Scientology, Ray Jeffrey opens up - 2016-03-21

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F347.png No longer working for Monique Rathbun to sue Scientology, Ray Jeffrey opens up March 21, 2016, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Once it became official that Ray Jeffrey and his colleagues — Marc Wiegand, Elliott Cappuccio, and Leslie Hyman — were no longer working for Monique Rathbun in her harassment lawsuit against the Church of Scientology, we called up Ray to see if he'd be interested in an interview. We're glad to say he accepted. And while he can't talk specifically about some things regarding his work for Monique and why that relationship ended, we were happy that he opened up as much as he did. Here we go...

Number one I'd like to say about my co-counsel that we were devoted to pushing Monique's case forward. I can't talk about the ins and outs of our attorney-client relationship. But we still feel like we achieved some good. If this stops the church from harassing one other person there would be some value in it. We were all very dedicated to representing Monique and I don't want anyone to think we dumped her in the dirt.

What was it like in Judge Waldrip's court with so many Scientology attorneys on the other side?


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = No longer working for Monique Rathbun to sue Scientology, Ray Jeffrey opens up | url = https://tonyortega.org/2016/03/21/no-longer-working-for-monique-rathbun-to-sue-scientology-ray-jeffrey-opens-up/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = March 21, 2016 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}