The FBI wants recent cases of Scientology fraud? We've got them right here, for crissakes - 2019-08-22
Apparently, this Reuters reporter hasn't been paying attention to the Underground Bunker. In the last year, we've practically been specializing in new cases of Scientology financial crime.
— There was the case of Efrem Logreira, a 75-year-old man who, within a year of joining Scientology in 2017, was nearly homeless because of the interest payments on credit cards the church had taken out in his name and used them to spend tens of thousands for courses he would never need. You might remember the amazing image Efrem snapped of three Sea Org women who took him out for ice cream while hitting him up for $20,000 in unnecessary charges that you see at the top of the page. Thankfully, attorney Graham Berry was able to make Efrem whole by pointing out that the church was in violation of several laws, including elder abuse statutes. And besides getting his money back, Efrem also spoke with federal investigators (although not from the FBI).