WATCH: The 10-minute video of Scientology stalking Monique Rathbun in 2010 - 2014-02-19
That was the first day of a crucial hearing regarding Scientology's "anti-SLAPP" motion. A week earlier, Scientology had been ordered to turn over any evidence it had in the form of video or photographs produced in the church's years-long surveillance of Monique and her husband Mark 'Marty' Rathbun. As a result of that order, the church turned over a terabyte of video on an external drive, with hours and hours of surveillance footage.
Despite the volume of that evidence, Monique's attorneys came to court on February 3 with a surprise. One of the segments of video that the church turned over was about a minute and a half long, had no audio track, and showed Monique Rathbun being filmed pulling into her driveway.