Scientology's bogus 'arbitration': The Garcia appeal brief is here, and it's a beauty - 2019-04-04

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F347.png Scientology's bogus 'arbitration': The Garcia appeal brief is here, and it's a beauty April 4, 2019, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

We love a good appeal brief. If you read a lot of legal documents like we do, you get used to a lot of turgid stuff that, while highly important to a case, is a slog to get through.

But appeal briefs are great because they are written to persuade a higher court that a lower court has screwed up. And in order to do that, an appeal brief usually includes a beautifully written summation of how the case evolved. And the appeal brief submitted by Luis and Rocio Garcia that we got our hands on last night is no exception.

Many of you have been with us for the six years since we first started reporting on the Garcia lawsuit and its allegations that a wealthy Orange County, California couple were fleeced by the Church of Scientology. And you know the case had some crazy twists and turns as Scientology tried its usual outrageous tricks, like trying to disqualify the other side's attorneys.

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