The Scientologists and Me - 1991-05-06

From UmbraXenu
Jump to: navigation, search
F54.png The Scientologists and Me May 6, 1991, Richard Behar, Time magazine

For the TIME story, at least 10 attorneys and six private detectives were unleashed by Scientology and its followers in an effort to threaten, harass and discredit me. Last Oct. 12, not long after I began this assignment, I planned to lunch with Eugene Ingram, the church's leading private eye and a former cop. Ingram, who was tossed off the Los Angeles police force in 1981 for alleged ties to prostitutes and drug dealers, had told me that he might be able to arrange a meeting with church boss David Miscavige. Just hours before the lunch, the church's "national trial counsel," Earle Cooley, called to inform me that I would be eating alone.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Richard | last = Behar | title = The Scientologists and Me | url =,9171,972886,00.html | work = Time magazine | date = May 6, 1991 | accessdate = May 22, 2019 }}