While Leah Remini asks for government action, the government covers for Scientology overseas - 2018-11-29
From the beginning of A&E's series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, its two co-stars have repeatedly said that they not only want to expose Scientology's alleged abuses, but also convince the government to do something about it.
With the premiere of the show's third season this week, that refrain became even more prominent as Leah Remini and Mike Rinder talked about "following the money" and appealing to the US government to re-examine Scientology's tax exempt status in the wake of the show's many revelations.
In a promo, Remini even admitted some consternation that her first two seasons weren't enough to get the government to do something. And despite many things we've heard from our own sources that state or federal agencies might, perhaps, be looking into Scientology's practices, the frustration that nothing yet has happened is becoming pretty evident in Leah's show.
And then yesterday our man in Hungary, Péter Bonyai, pointed out something that certainly got our attention: