Scientology is known for its use of spies - and tonight, you'll hear from one - 2018-12-04

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F347.png Scientology is known for its use of spies - and tonight, you'll hear from one December 4, 2018, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

In one of our favorite moments from tonight's episode of Scientology and the Aftermath, Leah Remini admits to an emotion she hasn't felt before as she and Mike are on their way to another of their stunning interviews with a Scientology whistleblower.

This time they will be talking not to a former Scientologist, or to a person who is being harassed by Scientology as we saw in last week's episode. This time, they are going to sit down with someone who just a few years ago carried out such operations for the church, a private investigator who worked for Scientology — and Leah admits to being nervous and a little afraid.

We have to hand it to her, Leah knows how to draw the viewer in, how to make each episode more than an informational journey into Scientology history or Scientology controversy. For her, it's personal, and she knows how to make the viewer feel that.

We hope you are drawn in as tonight's episode dives into a subject that has come up in the series before, but not at this level. Tonight, Leah and Mike talk to a very brave woman who is taking a huge risk to bring us her story. Her name is Cierra Westerman.

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{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Scientology is known for its use of spies - and tonight, you'll hear from one | url = https://tonyortega.org/2018/12/04/scientology-is-known-for-its-use-of-spies-and-tonight-youll-hear-from-one/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = December 4, 2018 | accessdate = December 4, 2018 }}