Ray Jeffrey on Scientology in the courtroom: 'Constantly getting tripped up on the facts' - 2014-01-23

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F347.png Ray Jeffrey on Scientology in the courtroom: 'Constantly getting tripped up on the facts' January 23, 2014, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

We had a chance to talk with Monique Rathbun's attorney Ray Jeffrey about Wednesday's court hearing in Monique's harassment lawsuit against the Church of Scientology and its leader, David Miscavige.

The most important result of the hearing is that Scientology's attempt to quash a deposition of Miscavige was unsuccessful. Comal County Judge Dib Waldrip said that he could see more reason than ever why Monique's legal team should get the opportunity to question Miscavige, and he even suggested it might take place in his courtroom because he anticipated that Scientology's attorneys would object to virtually every question.

"He didn't order that, but he indicated that he would consider that," Jeffrey tells us.


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