Scientology takes aim at Mike Rinder and Hana Whitfield in the Valerie Haney lawsuit - 2020-07-31
Last week we reported that Scientology's attorneys are asking for $160,000 in sanctions because that's how much they charged their clients to deal with Valerie Haney's attempt at a do-over in her lawsuit against the church and its leader, David Miscavige.
And what did the Church of Scientology get for such a princely sum of fancy lawyering? Well, now we know, because we got our hands on the church's opposition to Valerie's motion, written by Church of Scientology International lawyer William Forman and Religious Technology Center attorney Matthew Hinks.
And as a bonus, the two also took aim at former Scientology spokesman Mike Rinder and former Deputy Commodore Hana Whitfield, who had both submitted affidavits supporting Valerie's motion for reconsideration.